These services are applicable if you have chipped, knocked out, or cracked teeth; facial swelling; or toothaches requiring palliative treatment to provide relief with medications and/or treatment.
Exams, X-rays, and intraoral camera images help us find existing dental issues that may not be easily seen by the naked eye. Treating dental problems at an early stage can save you time and money and prevent unnecessary pain. It can also help you avoid more serious health problems.
We provide composite and silver amalgam fillings. Composite fillings are made from powdered glass and plastic resin; they blend in with the existing tooth structure, require minimal preparation, preserve the natural tooth structure by binding to the tooth, and can be used on allergy-prone individuals.
This includes tooth removal, impacted wisdom teeth removal, tori removal, ViziLite® TBlue oral cancer screening, and biopsy.
In the very early stages – when it is gingivitis – you may just need a professional cleaning by our dental team. We can also give you some great advice on over the counter products and tips on how you can keep your teeth and gums healthy.
If your gum disease is beyond gingivitis, the first step of the treatment usually involves Deep Cleaning called scaling and root planning (cleaning below the gums). This treatment may be done over more than one visit, depending on your personal needs, and usually needs local anesthesia.
Air polishing is a procedure which uses air and water pressure to deliver a controlled stream of specially-processed powders in a slurry through the handpiece nozzle. The fine particles of the powders are propelled by compressed air in a spray and directed onto the surfaces of the teeth. This pressurized jet of air, water and powder removes surface stains, plaque and other soft deposits, such as food particles, trapped in between the teeth.
Implant with 3D Scan
Many patients choose implants to replace a single tooth, several teeth, or to support a full set of dentures. Implants are posts (metal “roots”) that are surgically placed in the upper or lower jaw, where they function as a sturdy anchor for replacement teeth. They are made of titanium (a strong, lightweight metal) and other materials that are accepted by the human body.
3D CT scans can be done at your home or office as per your preference.
Crown and Bridgework
A crown is a cover or “cap” put over a tooth. The crown restores the tooth to its normal shape, size, and function. A crown can make the tooth stronger or improve the way it looks. Crowns are made from several types of materials. Metal alloys, ceramics, porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or composite resin may be used. When a crown is made, the material often is colored to blend in with your natural teeth. Missing teeth can be replaced with a fixed three-unit bridge.
Clear Correct Braces
Invisible clear tray aligners to straighten your teeth.
Dental sealants are a plastic material that is placed on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. The sealant material flows into the pits and grooves on those surfaces and acts like a barrier, protecting enamel by “sealing out” bacteria and bits of food. The American Dental Association recommends dental sealants as an important step you should take to reduce the risk of tooth decay in your children.
Root Canal Treatment
When the nerve and blood vessels inside the tooth become infected or inflamed (commonly due to deep cavity, deep filling or trauma), a root canal is performed to remove the diseased nerve.
Dentures / Partials
A removeable replacement of single or multiple teeth. These are made up of acrylic (plastic) or acrylic and metal, with hooks to anchor them to adjacent teeth. They must be removed every night and professionally cleaned periodically.
Soft Tissue Laser – These are ideal for procedures that involve cutting or contouring of oral and gum tissues. They can create precision cuts in gingiva and other soft tissues while also eliminating bleeding at the site, reducing the healing time. They can be used in treatment of apthous ulcer, frenectomy, troughing around crown margins, and adjunct treatment of periodontal pockets.
Soft Tissue Laser
These are ideal for procedures that involve cutting or contouring of oral and gum tissues. They can create precision cuts in gingiva and other soft tissues while also eliminating bleeding at the site, reducing the healing time. They can be used in treatment of apthous ulcer, frenectomy, troughing around crown margins, and adjunct treatment of periodontal pockets.
Bone Grafting & Guided Tissue Regeneration
Bone loss occurs after tooth removal – to minimize bone loss you may need to fill the area with artificial bone graft material, especially if you are planning an implant in the future. This bone is prepared from cadavers – human or non human and used to get the patient’s own bone to grow into the repair site. It is quite effective and very safe. Synthetic materials can also be used to stimulate bone formation.
Membranes are placed over the graft material to protect it and can be bio-absorbable. Some may require removal after few weeks. Other regenerative procedures involve the use of bioactive protein gels.
We offer nightguards for habitual grinders, take-home teeth whitening kits, and anti-snoring devices.
Your health and comfort are of utmost concern to us, so every effort is made to ensure a pleasant visit. We offer an extensive list of complimentary amenities and utilize the most modern technology to entice your senses and keep you smiling!
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