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  • Invisalign

     How does Invisalign work?            The Invisalign teeth straightening system works through the use of plastic trays that gradually move the patient’s teeth over time. After a consultation with the patient and an assessment of the patient’s orthodontic needs, the orthodontist comes up with a treatment ... Read more

  • Full Mouth Rehability

    What is Occlusion ? Occlusion, in a dental context, means simply the contact between teeth. More technically, it is the relationship between the maxillary (upper) and mandibular (lower) teeth when they approach each other, as occurs during chewing or at rest. Malocclusion is the misalignment of teeth and jaws, or more simpl... Read more

  • Wisdom Tooth

    “Wisdom teeth” refers to a person being older and wiser when the teeth emerge. They were called “teeth of wisdom” throughout the 17th century, until the name was gradually shortened to “wisdom teeth” in the 19th century. Wisdom teeth typically appear between the ages of 17 and 25. They are the third and final s... Read more

  • Periotreatment

    What is dental plaque and calculus? Dental plaque is a soft deposit that forms on the surface of teeth. It contains many types of germs (bacteria). You can usually remove plaque quite easily by tooth brushing and cleaning between teeth. Calculus is hardened calcified plaque. It is sometimes called tartar. It sticks firmly t... Read more

  • Crown

    What is a tooth crown? A tooth crown is an artificial cap that covers and protects a tooth. A crown completely encases a tooth, starting at the gums. Crowns are used to recondition teeth, improving strength, size, shape and appearance. Crowns are used both for baby and permanent teeth. In children, crowns cover primary tee... Read more

  • Teeth Whitening

    What teeth whitening options are there? There are numerous types of teeth stains; some are genetic, environmental or pharmacological in nature. The most common are surface stains on the enamel or beneath the enamel in the dentin. Surface stains are caused by foods, beverages and lifestyle behaviors, like smoking. Over time,... Read more

  • Dental Bridges

    What are dental bridges? Dental bridges are comprised of two or more crowns and one or more false teeth, called pontics, to fill in gaps from missing teeth. Bridges help keep natural teeth from moving, aid in the chewing of food, improve smiles and help maintain the natural shape of the face. There are three […]... Read more

  • Root Canal Therapy

    When do you need a root canal?   People need a root canal when they have an infected tooth nerve or a damaged dental pulp. These conditions result from tooth decay or infections, and they are painful. Removal of the nerve and pulp are intended to prevent further complications and eliminate long-term discomfort. Withou... Read more

  • Pedo Treatment

    Why would someone need dental implants? Someone may need dental implants to enhance their speech, appearance or eating abilities. People usually have dental implants to replace missing teeth. When people lose teeth due to gum disease or gingivitis, they may use dental implants as an alternative to bridges or dentures. Some ... Read more

  • Implant Treatment

    Why would someone need dental implants? Someone may need dental implants to enhance their speech, appearance or eating abilities. People usually have dental implants to replace missing teeth. When people lose teeth due to gum disease or gingivitis, they may use dental implants as an alternative to bridges or dentures. Some ... Read more

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