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What are dental implants?

Dental implants are the closest you can get to having healthy, natural teeth.

They allow you to live how you want: eat with confidence, smile, laugh, talk, kiss and enjoy all your daily activities without worrying about your teeth.


Use steady, gentle pressure, applied to your teeth over time, to move them into the proper position.

Your braces are working every moment of your orthodontic treatment.

While braces are available in a variety of styles, including metal, plastic, and ceramic, they all serve the same goal: to properly align the teeth and jaw to improve aesthetic appeal and improve oral health.

Crowns and bridges

Crowns cover the entire surface of your tooth and are used to protect existing teeth and / or improve their appearance.

They are usually made of porcelain and can have a gold core.
To place the crown, your dentist will reduce the size of your existing tooth to make enough room for the crown and then make a mold for the dental technician.

Your dentist will place a temporary crown on you until the dental technician makes his.
Your dentist will glue the crown in place.

Pediatric Dentistry

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that your child's first visit to the endodontist be around their first birthday (or earlier if they have concerns).

This allows your child to have the best opportunities for early detection of tooth decay, as well as recognition of any potential oral and / or facial developmental conditions.


We all want whiter and brighter teeth

Although home teeth whitening treatments are available in pharmacies, it is best to visit your dentist to ensure an effective and consistent result.

Some teeth may not be suitable for whitening and not all of your natural teeth will be the same color.

There are a variety of teeth whitening techniques available.
To find out the technique that best suits your needs, consult with us today.


What to expect with tooth extraction?

Dentists and oral surgeons (dentists with special training to perform surgery) perform tooth extractions.

Before extracting the tooth, your dentist will give you an injection of local anesthetic to numb the area where the tooth will be extracted.

In some cases, your dentist may use a strong general anesthetic. This will prevent pain throughout your body and will put you to sleep during the procedure.

Root Canal

Root canal

The center of a tooth contains connective tissue, blood vessels, and nerves, collectively known as the dental pulp.

The areas of dental pulp within a root are called root canals.

If this tissue dies or is damaged, a toothache or abscess can result. Traditionally these teeth were extracted, but now a root canal can be offered.

Circumstances in which root canals may be recommended include cavities, deep fillings, trauma, dental fractures, and infections.

Your dentist will take an x-ray

To determine the health and location of the dental pulp.
Your dentist will drill a hole in the top of your tooth to access the root canals.
The root canals will be cleaned and shaped with a dental file and washed with a sterilizing solution.

The root canals can then be filled with a permanent filling.
Some teeth that require root canal treatment are so damaged that they will need a crown.
These teeth are also weaker than natural teeth and a crown will provide more protection.

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Best Smile Dental

Comprehensive care and honesty are paramount in our approach to meeting your dental needs.
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