On this page, you will find educational videos about many common dental procedures, including Periodontal Exam, "Deep cleaning", Periodontal Maintenance, Dental Sealants, Porcelain Crowns, Porcelain Veneers, Dental Bonding, Root Canal Therapy, Wisdom Teeth Removal, Bone Graft, Dental Implants, Invisible Braces and TMJ problems.
Whoopi's personal experience with gum disease sheds light on how serious it can be and how easily it can be prevented.
The first step to evaluate the health condition of your gum tissues is a comprehensive periodontal exam. A good dentist will pick up the probe and measure all the numbers abound your teeth.
A tooth deep cleaning involves getting down below the gum line to remove plaque, tartar and smooth the intoxicated root surface so gum tissue can become healthy and reattach to the tooth. It is also known as periodontal scaling and root planing, a non-surgical, first step therapy of gum disease.
Dental sealant is a resin coating placed to seal the deep groves or fissures on the chewing surfaces of teeth. It is a low-cost and effective tool to protect the young teeth from caries decay.
All porcelain crowns are metal free, eliminating the dark line around the gum and avoiding possible metal allergy. They are one of the most commonly used dental procedures for smile correction. More than 95% crowns used in our office are all porcelain crowns.
What are dental veneers? Veneers are thin shells made from porcelain and bonded to the outer surface of teeth in order to change the shape, color and alignment of the teeth. Teeth restored with veneers are like natural teeth, very easthetic and strong.
Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry technique that is used to improve the appearance of mouth and smile. It is instant, and less expensive than porcelain veneers.
What is ClearCorrect invisible braces? It's the clear and simple way to straighten your teeth without braces. Find out more in this introductory video.
Patient education video explaining about impacted wisdom teeth, benefits and risks of wisdom teeth removal.
What happens after a tooth is removed? Loss of jaw bone starts right away and gets worse year after year, causing aesthetic problems and difficulties for replacing the missing tooth. Bone graft to preserve the tooth socket is becoming the standard of care in modern dentistry.
Dental implant is an excellent and long-lasting solution to replace missing teeth, support or retain loose dentures.
Patients who have dentures always wish the dentures would stay in place better. Placing dental implants and attaching the denture to them may do just that. Regular implants or mini-implants both work great in this scenario.
What is TMJ?
What are the causes of TMD (TMJ disorders)?
How are TMJ problems treated?
Root canal dentist in Temecula California and the surrounding areas
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