All-On-4 technology refers to placing four strategically planned implants to keep a denture in place. This prevents the need for more than just four implants to be used and all of the implants can be placed in one or two appointments.
Dental Implants are a popular choice for patients seeking a permanent restorative solution to damaged, broken, or missing teeth. Implants are durable, and feel like your natural teeth, giving patients a long lasting beautiful smile.
Implant-Supported Dentures involve a series of implants that are placed to hold the denture securely in your mouth. Many denture wearers complain that their appliances slip and fall out throughout the day, or the fit of the denture looks unnatural and is uncomfortable for them.
Both Inlays and Onlays are restorations that can help to improve the look and feel of an otherwise damaged or compromised tooth. The restoration can be used to cover a tooth that has cracked or broken or to replace old fillings. They are typically made of porcelain, which allows them to look both natural and realistic.
A single-tooth implant is a sophisticated dental procedure that replaces a missing tooth with a durable and natural-looking artificial tooth root and crown.
Digital Scanning uses the latest technology to capture detailed and accurate images of your gums and teeth without the need for messy impressions. Digital Scanning provides a comfortable and quick way to identify alignment issues and correct problems with your teeth.
Extractions are done as a way to preserve your oral health and remove problematic teeth. In some cases, you may need to have teeth removed because of advanced gum disease. In other cases, you'll need an extraction because you have an impacted wisdom tooth.
Digital X-rays use computer-aided technology and provide detailed images of your teeth and mouth instantly. Digital X-rays are safe, and give our doctors the ability to monitor growth, or quickly diagnose and treat areas of decay or gum disease.
Intraoral cameras are incredibly small, handheld devices designed to fit comfortably inside your mouth. These cameras are equipped with high-resolution sensors, allowing them to capture detailed images of your teeth and gums.
A cone beam CT scan involves a special type of x-ray that allows us to see the details of your oral and facial health. This scan is more than just a typical x-ray, since it allows us to identify nerve pathways, soft tissue and bone before providing you with treatment.
Wisdom teeth will typically begin to develop around the time a person reaches adulthood. Unfortunately, if there isn't enough room for the teeth to come in properly, they become impacted underneath the gums.
As with wisdom teeth, the term “impacted” refers to a permanent tooth being stuck in the jaw and not erupting through the gum tissue into function.
Bone Grafting is a surgical procedure that is essential for patients who have areas of bone loss around the jaw. Bone loss can often occur as a result of a variety of different conditions.
In modern post graduate surgical training programs, facial trauma responsibilities are divided between Oral and Maxillofacial, Plastic and Reconstructive, and Otolaryngology/Head and Neck surgical services.
Anesthesia is designed to make dental procedures more comfortable for you. Local anesthetic is used to numb a specific area of the mouth.
Corrective jaw surgery, known as orthognathic surgery, is a procedure that helps to realign your teeth into a more proper position.
The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is the joint that connects your lower jaw to your skull. As with many other joints on the body, the TMJ can experience pain, discomfort, swelling and limited range of movement that gets in the way of your quality of life.
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