Dental Implants, Invisalign & Other Dental Services in the Sarasota, FL, Area
Dental Implants, Invisalign & Other Dental Services in the Sarasota, FL, Area admin
Your Dental Care is Our Priority
The relationship you have with your dentist establishes the foundation of your oral health, and overall general well being. At Dental, we believe that a healthy mouth contributes to a healthy body.
By performing a thorough dental examination, our dental specialists are able to determine the state of your overall oral health. Some of the most common general dental procedures we perform are as follows:
Fillings as the name suggest, just fill up the hole that is in your tooth. Fillings are necessary because they prevent the bacteria, which can cause severe decay and damage to your teeth from spreading like wild fire. Fillings protect the inner pulp from bacteria, in situations where your inner pulp may be exposed to bacteria, you may be in for some pain and the only remedy left for you is to consider a root canal. Read More
Your teeth cleaning is done by a dental hygienist, who has access to special tools and utensils that are designed specifically for cleaning purposes. The structure of the teeth is unique to each individual, therefore the hygienist has to adapt a little every time they perform teeth cleaning. However, the process carried out, more or less remains the same for all. Read More
Tooth Colored Fillings
The rise behind the popularity of tooth-colored filling is due to the visibility and aesthetically unpleasing nature of the amalgam based dental filling. Though amalgam based filling has been around for a century, the fact that it can be distracting and unsightly has put off many people from choosing these silver-colored fillings. Read More
Root Canal Treatment
A root canal is a specific endodontic procedure which treats the problems related to pulp tissue’s exposure to bacteria. Though most believe it to be a very painful procedure, a root canal is actually no more painful than the process undertaken for filling a tooth. Read More
Tooth extractions are typically routine when done by an experienced professional. It is important to be mindful that the tooth is attached to an actual bone through a network of fibers that come together to form the periodontal ligament. By careful maneuvering the tooth can be freed from these fibers and be detached without much fuss. Read More
No matter the modus operandi, wisdom tooth extraction has been around for ages, and whether extraction is performed to alleviate a preexisting problem or a preventative measure to avoid the pain of wisdom tooth eruption, this method has always been a trusted method of alleviating the problem. Read More
Oral Cancer Screening
An oral cancer examination is a quick and painless process. The main aim is to identify any discernable difference in the lining tissues of the mouth, lips, and tongue, which may point towards the early stages of cancer. The actual process is a visual and tactile affair and if any anomalies are noted or further research is necessary, a small tissue sample is taken and sent for further examination. Read More
Replace Missing Teeth
Bridges and implants are two common ways of replacing a missing tooth. Bridges are also known as fixed removable dentures and can be supported either with natural teeth or with the use of dental implants. The frame of the dental implant is surgically placed in the jawbone to keep it in place. A bridge, also known as a fixed removable denture, is made to replace one or more missing teeth.
Invisalign is a clear choice for adults and teenagers that want straight teeth but do not want the discomfort or look of metal braces. Invisalign is a convenient and affordable treatment. With Invisalign’s system there are no irritating brackets or unsightly wires for food to get stuck in. Invisalign aligners are made of clear plastic which is virtually invisible when worn by the patient. Most people won’t even notice a patient wearing Invisalign while they are going through Invisalign treatment. Patients choose Invisalign so that they don’t feel self-conscious versus wearing metal braces. http://www.invisalign.com
TMD (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder)
TMD or Temporomandibular Joint Disorder is the result of problems with the jaw, joints and/or surrounding facial muscles that control moving the jaw. The symptoms first develop as mild non-painful clicks on the jaw and tightening in the jaw and neck area. Getting TMD treatment early on can ease further problems, which may develop later on.