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Our office provides all aspects of general dentistry, including:

Biannual dental cleanings and checkups are crucial to the health of your mouth, teeth, and gums. Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is the foundation for a healthy oral care routine, because when plaque and tartar builds up on your teeth, brushing won’t remove it. A dental hygienist must professionally clean these hard deposits.

Hygienists use special tools to remove hard deposits which is called scaling or root planning. This treatment removes the bacteria-filled plaque and tartar around your gum line and smoothes rough spots on the tooth root where bacteria can collect.

Wyandotte Dental’s hygienists make dental cleanings stress-free, comfortable, and informative.

Restorations and fillings are a way to restore a tooth that has been damaged by decay back to its normal function and shape.

First, any decayed material from the tooth is removed, the area is cleaned, shaped, and filled with a filling material to prevent further decay. Composite resin (white filling) and amalgam (alloy made of silver and other metals) are the materials that can be used for a filling.

Veneers are custom porcelain facings that are bonded to the front surfaces of your teeth. They are made to match the shape and size of your mouth and created at the whiteness level that you desire.

Veneers are done by reducing the tooth surface minimally to accommodate the thickness of the new porcelain veneer so that a natural look and feel can be achieved. Veneers can be used to straighten teeth, close gaps, whiten, and repair broken or chipped teeth.

A dental crown is another form of restoration which completely covers a tooth. They are typically made from porcelain, zirconia or metal alloys and are used when a tooth cannot be repaired with a filling or another dental restoration.

A tooth is prepared for a crown by reducing the size of the tooth in circumference nd height by the thickness of the new crown. An impression is taken, and a lab fabricates a custom crown from that impression, which takes approximately two weeks to complete. During this time, a temporary crown will be placed with temporary c ement until the permanent crown is ready to be cemented.

Crowns will bring a tooth back to its original function and beauty.

A dental bridge does exactly what its name implies, which is to bridge a gap caused by one or more missing teeth. The process is like that of a crown however it will involve the preparation of more than one tooth. It is a functional and aesthetic way to replace missing teeth.

Dentures are custom made removable appliances that are made with artificial teeth to replace single or multiple missing teeth (partial denture), or a whole jaw (complete denture). Dentures can improve a smiles appearance, restore ability to speak and eat and most obviously replace missing teeth.

Partial dentures come in assorted styles, all acrylic and acrylic with cast metal frameworks. Our skilled and knowledgeable dentists will discuss options that are most suitable to you for replacing some teeth that may be missing.

Complete dentures can be made and fitted by our dentists once your gums have healed following your extractions. Immediate complete dentures are made in advance and will be fitted right after the teeth are extracted.

Invisalign is a form of orthodontics that does not require a full mouth of metal brackets and wires to straighten teeth. It is a modern, fully digitized method to give you the smile you desire, quickly and comfortably.

Our dentists are knowledgeable in the newest digital scanning techniques and Invisalign orthodontics, their expert consultation can determine if Invisalign is a good option for you.

Dental Implants are substitutes for a natural tooth root. An implant is a titanium screw which is placed in your jawbone by a dental specialist. It will serve as an anchor to attach several types of prothesis.

Once the implant has firmly fused to the bone a complete denture can be secured on several strategically placed implants, bridges can be attached to implants as well as crowns. These prostheses are placed in our office to restore function and esthetics.

Root Canals are called endodontic treatment and are common and safe procedures to treat infection in the pulp (nerve chamber) of a tooth.

When a tooth becomes infected inside the pulp from deep cavities, large fillings, cracks, fractures, or trauma the tooth cannot repair itself and will die. When this happens it is necessary to treat the infection that develops by either tooth extraction or root canal treatment.

To perform a root canal, a tooth is first fully anesthetized. A small opening into the crown of the tooth is made to access the unhealthy pulp. We carefully remove the infected pulp, clean, shape, disinfect and fill the chamber and canals which will seal the tooth. A permanent restoration will be placed once the treatment has been completed.

Tooth Extraction is a necessary procedure when a tooth and/or the gums around it are damaged or infected, or to create space for incoming teeth in children. We will make the process as stress-free and painless as we can.

Teeth Whitening is a cosmetic option that is more popular than ever. It is a fast and non-invasive treatment that has no adverse effects to tooth structure.

Our dentists will advise you if you are a candidate for our at home whitening procedure. We fabricate custom trays for your teeth and provide a whitening gel to use inside the trays. In approximately 30 minutes a day for 10-14 days, you can successfully whiten your teeth several shades, with the only possible side effect being mild sensitivity.

Night Guards are acrylic oral appliances that are custom made to fit over the top or bottom teeth and are typically worn while sleeping. Night guards (occlusal splints) are used to treat bruxism (grinding), clenching and symptoms of TMD (temporo-mandibular joint disorders).

Sports Guards are flexible appliances worn to protect teeth during athletic activities to prevent trauma to the teeth and jawbone and can provide protection against cerebral hemorrhage and neck injuries.

Sports guards are not just for children. We believe that all persons should be wearing a guard for added protection. There are stock (ready-made) guards and boil and bite guards that are available at sporting goods stores. These devices do provide protection but may not have an optimal fit or ease with speaking or breathing. We can make custom guards that will fit you well and offer the most comfortable option.

Sleep Apnea is a serious and life-threatening condition. A patient often suffers from chronic sleepiness, depression, high blood pressure, strokes, morning headaches and even heart attach due to hypoxia (low levels of oxygen during sleep).

If you suspect that you may have sleep apnea, a medical assessment which includes a sleep test should be done by a physician who specializes in sleep disorders. In milder cases a dental appliance will be recommended and in severe cases a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine will be required.

Our dental team are experienced treating sleep apnea with oral appliances. It’s true that these appliances will stop snoring and open the airway to prevent those serious health risks associated with the interruption in breathing while sleeping.

Nitrous Oxide is commonly referred to as laughing gas. It is a non-allergic, non-invasive gas that is inhaled and affects the central nervous system. It is a very safe and effective form of sedation with very few side effects.

Nitrous oxide takes effect within 3-5 minutes and the effects of the gas are completely reversed in 3-5 minutes as the flow of nitrous oxide is slowly replaced with 100% oxygen. It is used for anxious patients and can eliminate fear and anxiety, allowing the patient to relax during treatment.

Our dentists will administer the nitrous oxide my placing a mask over the nose and instructing the patient to breath in and out normally, which will induce a state of relaxation while remaining awake and responsive.

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