Comprehensive Dental Services
General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Care
Routine and regular dental care to repair and replace damaged and defective teeth. This includes preventive treatments such as fillings, as well as crowns and bridges to replace missing teeth and bring back the oral cavity to its optimum potential.
Whether you are trying to close a small gap or fix a mouth full of missing teeth we have you covered. Every dental work is done with cosmetic and esthetic considerations. However, in some cases, you already have a functional set of teeth, but you would like to work on your esthetics and having a beautiful smile. We got you covered. No work is too small or too big.
Even though root canals sound scary, they are one of the most common dental procedures. When the cavity and diseased portion of the tooth structure get deep enough that it gets close to the nerve, this treatment is required in order to save the tooth.
Consumption of some food and drinks can stain our teeth. In-home tooth whitening can cause damage due to the patient’s lack of knowledge when it comes to applying the product or brands that do not meet the standards. Another benefit of in-office tooth whitening is the amount of time you can save. Just by one appointment, you can change the shade of your teeth by one or two shades.
A toothache is something that no one likes to deal with. Schedule an appointment at the first sign of discomfort. This can potentially save your tooth. A broken tooth/dislodged tooth is an emergency even if it does not hurt. In this event place the tooth back inside the socket and seek dental treatment as soon as possible.
Dental implants have gained popularity among patients during the last few years and for good reasons. If the patient is an excellent candidate to receive an implant, the results and benefits could be better than any other treatment. In some cases placing implants are considered the standard such as lower dentures.
Botox is a trade name for botulinum toxin, which comes in the form of a purified protein. The mechanism of action for Botox is really quite simple. Botox is injected into the facial muscles but really doesn’t affect the muscle at all. Botulinum toxin affects and blocks the transmitters between the motor nerves that innervate the muscle. There is no loss of sensory feeling in the muscles. Once the motor nerve endings are interrupted, the muscle cannot contract. When that muscle does not contract, the dynamic motion that causes wrinkles in the skin will stop.
Dermal fillers will volumize creases and folds in the face in areas that have lost fat and collagen as we age. After age 30, we all lose approximately 1% of hyaluronic acid from our bodies. Hyaluronic acid is the natural filler substance in your body. The face starts to lack volume and appears aged with deeper nasolabial folds, unaesthetic marionette lines, a deeper mentalis fold, the lips start to thin, and turning down the corners of the lips. Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm are then injected
Removal appliances are either full or partial dentures. Sometimes, teeth have to be extracted. Loss of any number of teeth can have detrimental effects on overall health and quality of life. Advances in new technology and techniques have made dentures that are incredibly realistic. Patients can gain self-confidence and improve their quality of life in extraordinary ways.
Dental Care for The Whole Family
To help your family members prevent cavities and gum disease, you can teach them ways to take good care of their teeth in between dental visits:
Practice Good Eating Habits
Drink fluoridated water
Proper brushing and flossing technique
Limit alcohol and smoking
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