Services / Patient Treatment Procedures
Your oral health plays very imporntant role towards your overall health and well being. Do not Underestimate the need of regular dental checkups at least every 6 months. Some serious health issues such as heart or lung disease are linked directly to carelessness about oral health. If diagnosed early, your dentist will be able to treat these issues prior to any side effects. Not to mention all the benefits that you would get from having a beautiful and bright smile.
Don’t forget: “You’re never fully dressed without a smile.”
Your first visit to the doctor typically includes an x-ray that allows the doctor to view the structure of the jaw, the position of any teeth that have not yet erupted, malformed roots, and tooth decay.
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Consultation & Second Opinion
Obtaining a second or third opinion includes more knowledge, understanding of new treatment options and reassurance and peace of mind that you are making the right decision.
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Tooth Whitening Treatments
Tooth whitening is the process of whitening the discolored or stained teeth. Teeth whitening is the most commonly requested cosmetic dentistry by patients. Procedures are fast and the outcome result is incredibly gorgeous smile.
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Implants are secure and functional replacement option for missing teeth, because they do not rely on neighboring teeth for support, and reduce the impacts of the lost teeth to the jaw such as gum recession or bone loss.
Moreover, implants are strong which lets you bite and chew like your regular teeth with confidence.
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Cosmetic dentistry often seen as luxury of dentistry, since it focuses on improving the smile and teeth appearance rather than practicing oral hygiene by preventing, diagnosing, and treating oral diseases.
However, benefits of cosmetic dentistry are more evident, and reults of increased self-confidence are standard with cosmetic dentistry procedures.
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Metal Free Dentistry
Metal free dentistry is highly popularized by using white composite feeling instead of amalgam. However metal free dentistry extends far beyond tooth feelings.
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Crown and Bridges
Crowns cover weakened or fractured teeth and protect the underlying teeth. Bridges replace missing teeth. A crown protects and strengthens tooth structure that cannot be restored with fillings or other types of restorations.
Bridges are similar to crowns, yet they replace missing teeth by using the neigboring teeth to bridge the gap.
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Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction, full mouth rehabilitation and full mouth restoration are terms often used interchangeably to describe the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws.
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Bad Breath / Halitosis Treatment
Chronic bad breath is also referred to as halitosis. Bad breath can be a serious burden for anybody; it can affect business, social, and personal relationships, as well as cause you to be embarrassed or self-conscious.
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Periodontal Disease Treatment
Periodontal disease or Gum Disease is second common to the cold, and is an infection of the tissues that support the teeth. There are different ways of managing this disease depending to the current stage, such as non-surgical, surgical, and laser treatments.
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Cancer Screening & Treatements
Prevention is the most important key for a healthy lifestyle. Screening is looking for cancer before a person has any symptoms. This can help find cancer at an early stage. In case you have been diagnosed with cancer, do not lose hope. Medical advances have cured many cancer patients.
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Cancer Patients (Treatment & Management)
Treatment and management of cancer patients is not specialty of a general dentist and needs to be taken care by a professional who has had prior trainings for this task. Past and current cancer patients should be treated differently than regular patients, so that the rate of successful procedure is maximized.
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Invisalign or Clear Braces
Invisalign clear braces are the newest way to correct many dental problems that used to require years of orthodontic work with metal bonded to your teeth. Invisalign clear braces use clear plastic aligners to straighten and space teeth correctly.
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Treatment of TMJ / Grinding / Clenching
TMJ diseases and disorders are a group of conditions that cause pain in and around the jaw joint (called the Temporomandibular Joint or TMJ) and nearby muscles. Jaw problems affect a person's ability to speak, eat, chew, swallow, and even breathe.
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Treatment of Snoring / Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea, the cessation of breathing during sleep, is a common problem that affects both adults and children. Certain sleep apnea types can be treated by your dentist or oral surgeon. Your doctor may also be a part of the diagnosis and treatment.
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Treatment of Soft Tissue
Recession of the gums also results in bone loss. The bone covering the root of the tooth is so thin that as recession progresses, the bone supporting the tooth is also lost. Over time, this will cause the tooth to become more mobile and could eventually cause it to be lost.
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Referral network with specialists
Through the history dentistry has evolved dramatically from a simple toothpick to today's state-of-the-art technology. In order to provide patients with best of the best services the only possible key for dentists are specialization.
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