• All-on-4/Bridge

    The all-on-4 concept is a surgical and prosthetic protocol for immediate function involving the use of our implants to support fixed prosthesis in patients who have been know that they are losing their teeth. These individuals have been trying to hold on as long as possible because they do not want to have any time […]

  • Laser

    Laser Surgery Laser Surgery provides a safe and comfortable experience in procedures where we need to remove gum tissue, reducing trauma and bleeding. Laser Therapy We apply this therapy after dental procedures, such dental surgery, root canals, tmj and even swollen areas, laser stimulate cell regeneration. Inflammation and pain is reduced with laser therapy, resulting […]

  • Crown Lengthening

    Crown Lengthening is a surgical procedure performed to expose a greater amount of tooth structure for the purpose of subsequently restoring the tooth with a prosthesis. This is done by removing the gingival tissue around a tooth and after temporarily displacing the soft tissue, predictably removing a given height of alveolar bone from the circumference […]

  • Root Planing

    Involves scaling of the root surface to remove inflammation of the gum tissue, the dentist scales the root surfaces to smooth out rough target areas, eliminating plaque and biofilm development with hand instrument and cutting the gum.

  • Dental Scaling

    Periodontal (gum) disease progresses as the pocket between the tooth and gums get irritated by plaque, bacteria, and calculus (tartar). As this debris collects, sometimes deep in the pocket of the tooth, it becomes difficult for you to maintain proper cleaning of this area on your own. Dentists and dental hygienists have the ability to […]

  • Gum Graft

    Gum graft is a surgical procedure in which the gum tissue is grafted to cover exposed root surfaces or to improve band of keratinized gum that work as a barrier of bacteria. By grafting gum, periodontal health can be improved. Gum recession exposes the roots of the teeth which can lead to sensitivity and put […]

  • Periodontal
    (Gum Disease)

    Gum Disease Periodontal disease, commonly referred to as gum disease, is the single most common cause of tooth loss in adults. Gum disease, including gingivitis and periodontitis, are serious infections that if not treated, can lead the tooth loss. The inflammatory disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums, bones and other supporting […]

  • Oral Sedation and IV Intravenous Sedation

    Medication to Treat Anxiety (Oral Sedation) This refers to taking prescribed medication an hour or so before a dental procedure for calming effect. Oral sedation will make the patient feel drowsy and have a similar effect to amnesia and you may not remember a lot about the procedure, although oral sedatives cannot relieve pain, you […]

  • Full Mouth Reconstruction

    Full mouth reconstruction is a process of completely restoring all of the teeth in your mouth.  Unlike a ”smile makeover”, this series of procedures is necessary  rather than an elective treatment. Full mouth reconstruction is needed when: teeth have been lost, teeth have been injured or fractured, teeth have become worn as a result of […]

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