At our office we are always happy to see our clients who we helped for many years. And also always welcome new patients.
We never forget that our clients know very little about dental procedures.That is why when we work with you we take extra care to explain step by step.
We always make sure you are well informed and comfortable when making the decision about any planned treatment.
- Consultation /full mouth exam
- Dental restorations
- Dental veneers
- Crowns and bridges
- Crowns on implant
Consultation/ Full mouth exam
Routine visits to the dentist are very important to your health. During full mouth exam the doctor will be able to see potential problems and conditions affecting the health of your teeth. During the regular checkup, right here, in our office, we will take the digital x-ray, that will show conditions not visible to the eye.
Based on this information the doctor will develop full treatment plan.
Restorative services like not just serve a cosmetic purpose; they also improve self confidence and general as well as dental health, while preventing future problems.
Dental restorations service could help you retain the bright smile that you have always had through composite fillings. Cavities, in essence, are little craters that form in your teeth because of decay. Once it sets in it will eat through the enamel, dentin and , eventually the pulp, making it vulnerable to infection. Without a timely treatment it may spread via the blood vessels into the tooth roots.
Your dentist will remove all traces of decay in affected tooth with a drill or abrasion unit. Then the cavity will be filled with composite filling that matches the color of your teeth. This procedure will restore the look and the health of your tooth completely.
Cavities are avoidable with proper care of your teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry takes care of your teeth appearance. The color, the shape the even spacing of your teeth become the focus of attention of your dentist. It is true, that most of the problems can be corrected at preteen or teen age, when potential complications begin to become obvious such as spacing between teeth or teeth crowding.
Teeth whitening procedure performed by the doctor will make your teeth look shades whiter without damaging the enamel. It is more effective and time efficient when performed in the dentist’s office, as compared off-the shelf easy solutions such as whitening strips. Dentist uses more powerful compounds in the recipe that is adequate to the level staining of your teeth. He will return the brightness of your smile within one simple procedure.
Occlusal dentistry, as part of cosmetic dentistry deals with contact and spacing between upper(maxillary) and lower(mandibular) teeth during jaw motion or rest. Although, often noticed as a minor cosmetic inconvenience, occlusal problems might herald a much bigger problem related to jaw & neck muscles, and can actually cause continuous headaches. Occlusal splint therapy is used to realign jaw muscles and joints back to the state of balance.
Composite veneers are designed to improve the appearance of your teeth. With appearance of newer materials and technologies, now you can choose between porcelain and composite veneers. Unlike porcelain veneers, composite veneers are less expensive and might require only one visit for installation, and do not always require anesthesia.
Your dentist will apply a tooth colored composite material and will sculpt it into beautiful, evenly shaped natural looking teeth. It may take a few days to get used to your new teeth, but you will enjoy a beautiful smile for many years to come.
Crowns and Bridges
Crowns, or also referred to as caps, are dental restorations that are placed on or over the tooth, when conservative restorations such as bonding, are not enough to restore form and function of your teeth. Inlays or onlays are usually made of porcelain. An inlay replaces a filling, while an onlay covers the tooth surface, usually replacing the filling and covering more of the cusps of the tooth or entire biting surface.
A bridge fills in the gap when one tooth or teeth are missing, and is attached to the existing teeth on each side of the gap. The replacement tooth or teeth are either attached to crowns on either side, attached to the back of adjacent teeth with wing like appendages, or supported by dental implants.
Both crowns and bridges can be made out of tooth colored material, metal or a combination. The crowns that are metal free incorporate stress bearing material that will make them serve longer and wear better.
Crowns on implant
Crowns on Implant is the most commonly used procedure for teeth replacement backed up by extensive research and practical application over decades. The metal that is used in modern dentistry for implant that serves as a substitute of the tooth root is titanium, and it has been selected for its durability. Dental crowns can be either screwed in or cemented.
The part that is visible to the eye is the crown of the tooth that is sculpted and color matched to your natural teeth in shape and in color. The benefits of cemented on crown is that it looks completely natural, while the screw on crown has top of the crew exposed in the inside. But the benefit of the crew on crown is that it can be taken apart for maintenance of replacement.