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Biological Dentistry

In our office every person is evaluated and treated individually. The inter-relationship between the teeth, the mouth and the body is very intricate and has to be respected. What we place in the mouth may have repercussions on other parts of the body. More...

 

Children's Dentistry

Children are especially welcome. The first dental experience leaves a lasting impression, and many times will determine the course of future dentistry in an individual. We strive to give them extra attention and care, with our prime objective being the creation of trust and confidence. More...

 

Cosmetic Dentistry

A beautiful smile with healthy-looking, white and proportionately shaped teeth is a precursor to self-esteem and confidence. It not only is a trademark of health and beauty, but it also plays a significant role in our business affairs, our social lives, our sexual appeal, and our image within our family circle. More...

 

Dental Emergencies

Tooth trauma is very common in children due to their active nature. The upper front teeth are the main victims. The damage can be anything from a small chip to outright “extraction”. More...

 

Gum Disease

More people suffer from gum disease than we realize. Gum disease, or periodontitis, is probably the only condition in the mouth which has a myriad of contributing or causative factors, including heredity, inadequate oral hygiene, awkwardly spaced, missing or crowded teeth, bruxism. More...

 

Homeopathy

Dental homeopathy has found its way into biological dentistry, and many dentists are using different homeopathic remedies for various purposes. The ailments of the mouth, including the teeth, are in essence small-scale versions of other bodily ailments, and sometimes even one of their many manifestations. More...

 

Lasers

Lasers have ultimately infiltrated the world of dentistry. This technology, which has been the centerpiece of futuristic and science fiction myths, has actually found numerous applications in medicine over the past three decades. Nowadays, it is an everyday reality in an increasing number of dental offices. More...

 

Mercury-free Dentistry

We do not place silver amalgam fillings and respect the overwhelming scientific evidence accumulated over the last two decades, which point out to many alarming facts concerning the unsuitability of amalgams for use in humans. More...

 

Orthodontics

Interceptive therapy: (age 6 and above)
This is an urgent phase to address conditions which if left untreated, result in a deviated and detrimental craniofacial growth pattern, or an orthodontic complication. Examples are abnormal thumb-sucking or other habits, a wrong swallowing pattern such as tongue thrust, premature baby tooth loss, crossbites, mouth breathing, etc. In such cases therapy is initiated as early as age 6. More...

 

Root Canals

A root canal is a last resort in retaining a tooth in the mouth if its nerve dies or abscesses. A tooth is the only organ or tissue in the body that is not “amputated” when it dies. More...

 

Sedation Dentistry

For children under the age of 5 it is sometimes unavoidable to use general anesthesia if the procedures involved are so complex that for the time required the cooperation of the child can not be obtained. More...

 

Teeth Whitening

One of the first things you notice when you meet someone is his or her smile. A whiter, brighter smile is beautiful - it can help you feel better about yourself and make a memorable impression. More...

 

TMJ Therapy

TMJ problems have been linked to head and neck pain, posture problems, migraines and earaches. In fact, a lot of the symptoms stemming from TMJ discomfort are located in the neuromuscular apparatus associated with the joint. More...

 

Veneers

Veneers are thin ceramic facings bonded on the front teeth to improve their appearance, color and shape. It is the only procedure that creates such a big impact with so little. More...

 

Zirconia Implants

Numerous studies in Germany and the USA confirmed that Zirconia implants have a high level of bone-to-implant contact, meaning that the jaw bone will bond with the implant very well. More...

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