• Toothprints

    Toothprints® Toothprints® was developed by a pediatric dentist who began using dental bite impressions as a way of safeguarding his own child, and other young patients. The thermoplastic wafer records the size and shape of a child's teeth, the tooth position within the arch, and the relationship

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  • Ridge Augmentation

    Ridge Augmentation A key to dental implant success is the amount and quality of the bone where the implant is to be placed. Ridge deformities of the upper and lower jaw can leave you with inadequate bone and tissue thickness for either an esthetic and functional bridge or dental implant restoration.

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  • The Wand

    The Wand™ Anesthetic Delivery System Controlled Comfort We've found another way to make our patients smile! We have a new computer-controlled anesthetic delivery system, The WAND. The WAND lets us administer injections with little or no discomfort to our patients, since the flow and volume of

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  • Tips for Parents

    Tips for Parents We always want the best for our children. Below are some links to various topics that relate directly to the oral heath care of children. As always, please ask us if you have any specific questions about the care of your children's teeth. Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Baby's First

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  • Scaling and Root Planing Post Op

    Scaling and root planing therapy is a procedure that involves removing bacterial plaque and tartar from the root surface below the gumline with instruments and ultrasonics. It may also require removal of diseased tissue within the pocket with a laser. The goal of this treatment is to allow reattachment

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  • Sealants

    Sealant Info Sealants are thin plastic coatings applied in the dental office on the chewing surfaces of back teeth, which are prime spots for cavities. Sealants act as a barrier to prevent bacteria and food from collecting and sitting on the grooves and pits of teeth. Sealants are best suited

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  • Root Canal Surgery

    Root Canal Surgery What is endodontic surgery and why would I need it? Diagnosis Blocked Canals Unsuccessful Conventional Treatment Split Root Apicoectomy Other types of endodontic surgery Success of endodontic surgery Options instead of endodontic surgery Diagrams

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  • Sealants

    Sealants Food trapped in the back teeth in the pits and grooves that are formed on the chewing surface is extremely difficult to eliminate through regular brushing or rinsing. Sealants are stuck to the tooth enamel to keep the food from accumulating. The sealants are a tough material made of plastic.

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  • Single Tooth

    Replacing a Single Tooth If you are missing a single tooth, one implant and a crown can replace it. A dental implant replaces both the lost natural tooth and its root. What are the advantages of a single-tooth implant over a bridge? A dental implant provides several advantages over other tooth

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  • Sinus Lift

    Sinus Lift The success of an implant is largely dependent upon the quantity and quality of the bone where the implant needs to be placed. A big issue when placing implants in the back of the mouth in the upper jaw is the location of the sinus. Implants need to be placed in bone and they cannot be placed

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  • Scaling and Root Planing

    Scaling and Root Planing We remove the plaque through a deep-cleaning method called scaling and root planing. Scaling means scraping off the tartar from above and below the gum line. Root planing gets rid of rough spots on the tooth root where the germs gather, and helps remove the bacteria that contribute

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  • Root Canal FAQ

    Root Canal Frequently Asked Questions What is root canal treatment? Root canal treatment is the removal of the nerve and blood vessels of a tooth for the purpose of trying to save the tooth from extraction. A simple analogy is removing the wick from a candle. The void where the wick was is cleaned

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  • Smokeless Tobacco

    The Facts About Chewing Tobacco A lot of athletes get hooked before they know the facts about dip and chew. They don't know that spit tobacco: is highly addictive contains nicotine doesn't help performance is not a safe alternative to cigarettes Addiction is one tough opponent.

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  • Root Canal Post Op

    Refrain from eating for at least 2 hours or until the anesthesia has worn off to prevent possible injury to your lips and cheeks. This time interval will also allow the temporary filling to set to a reasonable hardness. We expect your tooth to be sore with chewing and biting pressure so you should avoid

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  • Pulpotomy

    Pulpotomy (Child Root Canal) The build up of decay can reach the nerve/pulp of the baby tooth and cause pain. In order to relieve the pain, we need to remove the nerve from the nerve chamber of the particular tooth. This is similar to an adult root canal but does not take as long since only the pulp

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  • Root Canal Gallery

    If the nerve of a tooth gets infected, it can be extremely painful. The goal of root canal treatment is to relieve pain, and restore your smile! PreviousNextCase   of   Root Canal Gallery Case   A root canal procedure involves removing diseased tissues (indicated by

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