A cosmetic procedure can be life changing. I you have a smile that is uneven, gaps or you have discolored test. Our team has the skills to create a perfect smile of your dreams. Whether you’re considering WHITENING, PORCELAIN VENEERS OR DENTAL IMPLANTS, our team has you covered.
Research has shown that the longer patients wear braces, the more root resorption (tooth root shortening) they have (American Journal of Orthodontics). University research in the same journal showed that FASTBRACES® Technology braces presented “even less root resorption” than the traditional systems tested.
Even with the most dedicated dental hygiene, your teeth need a professional cleaning every six months. Some patients may need more frequent cleanings. A thorough, professional cleaning will remove plaque and tartar, bringing back the shine and helping to prevent the need for dental treatment in the future.
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Dental Implants are a permanent solution if you are missing teeth. Whether you are in need of a single tooth or a brand new smile, Midtown Smiles will give you the confident smile that you need with our dental implants. Our implants are made out of a biocompatible medical grade titanium that will heal and integrate down to the bone after the procedure. Once your implant is done healing, we will attach a dental implant crown that will look and feel like natural teeth. Midtown Smiles has the experience and tools that you need to get your smile back to beautiful.
Implant dentures are a great solution for patients that have no teeth in the jaw but have enough bone to support implants. Dentures that are supported by implants have attachments that snap into the implants. This type of denture is typically made for the lower jaw because upper jaw dentures are usually stable enough on their own without implants. However, you can get implant dentures on either your upper or lower jaw.
Keeping your gums healthy is fundamental if you want to eliminate the need for future dental work. Our goal, through routine hygiene visits, is a wellness program for each of our patients. Over 92% of people over the age of 30 have beginning, moderate, or advancing gum disease. Gum disease is a “silent disease” as there are very few symptoms that you have it until years down the road when it has had time to become more of an issue. Because of this, finding out that you have gum disease early on can be a big help in addressing the problem.
FastBraces® is a treatment plan that we provide that treats malocclusions such as underbite and overbite. These unique braces help teeth move easier and smoother with lower forces and greater pain reduction. FastBraces® high-performance bracket system moves the roots of teeth towards their final positions from the onset of treatment with low forces in one stage in weeks to months instead of multiple stages in a matter of years, therefore patients aren't stuck in braces for a long time.
Botox, also known as botulinum toxin, is useful for a number of dental therapeutic procedures. These procedures can help relieve pain as well as aid in helping dental treatment plans. Botox works by stopping the release of acetylcholine, which is responsible for muscle contraction. Stopping acetylcholine causes a temporary muscle paralysis that has the potential to last up to three months. After this time, the muscle will return back to its full function without any adverse side effects. Used correctly, Botox can be incredibly helpful for certain procedures.
Teeth whitening is achieved by the application of a bleaching solution called hydrogen peroxide. There are usually several applications of the solution to achieve whiter teeth. In-office teeth whitening is the most effective approach for a number of reasons. First of all, the bleaching solution used in a dental practice is a higher concentration than over-the-counter products. Over-the-counter products have limited amounts of the chemicals that do most of the heavy lifting when it comes to making your teeth whiter. You’ll be able to get better results at a faster rate by visiting a dentist.
Veneers are ultra-thin, custom-made porcelain shells that are bonded directly to the front of your teeth. While veneers can be made from a variety of materials, porcelain is recommended because it resists stains better than other types of dental veneers, and it better replicates the reflectiveness of natural teeth. If you’re considering a dental veneer, we’ll be able to discuss the different options available to you. Dental veneers are commonly used for closing gaps, enhancing shape, or changing the color of teeth that do not respond well to whitening procedures. In the majority of cases, some level of tooth reduction is necessary for optimal results.
Dentures are replacements for missing teeth that can be taken out and put back into your mouth. While dentures take some getting used to and will never feel exactly the same as your natural teeth, today’s dentures are natural-looking and more comfortable than ever.After any remaining teeth are removed and the tissues have had time to heal, full dentures can be positioned in your mouth. The healing process can take up to several months. During this time, you are without teeth. There is also the option of immediate full dentures. These are a good option if you do not want to be without teeth for an extended period of time. However, it is necessary that immediate full dentures are relined several months after they are placed. Partial dentures have a metal frame that they’re attached to. The metal frame attaches to directly to your natural teeth. Partial dentures can be a nice alternative to bridges. If necessary, crowns can be placed that will work as anchors for the denture.
If you are suffering from an infection or inflammation in the roots of your teeth, root canal therapy could be the solution. Root canal therapy becomes necessary as a result of cracks or chips in your teeth, malfunctioning crowns, or repeated invasive dental procedures. Root canal therapy will alleviate pain and save your natural teeth, leaving you with a happy and healthy smile.
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