Dentist 

 

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A dentist, also called a dental specialist, is a dentist who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of dental conditions and diseases of the teeth and oral cavity. The dentist's support staff aids in providing dental care. To ensure effective treatment of dental problems, it is essential that the dentist has a thorough knowledge of the disease of the teeth and oral cavity, the patient's history of oral disease and general health, and the treatment to be provided. Dental implants are actually the most natural alternative to dentures and bridges which help to stimulate new bone growth, preserve surrounding bone and stop bone loss. However, it is absolutely essential to do your research and seek an experienced, well-trained dental implants dentist and dental implant specialist who will fit your mouth better and give you the results you desire. It is recommended that you first consult with your regular dentist for a consultation where he or she can assess your oral health and take measurements to find out the best option for you. If you decide to go through with the dental implants process then you will need to work closely with your dentist to choose the right materials and the correct placement for the procedure. Once the dental implants are installed, you will experience the permanence of perfect-fitting, realistic teeth that feel natural and look natural.

 

 

 

 

Dental Implants

 

Dental implants have been the most popular dental restoration solution in the past decade. While they have had some major benefits like being able to replace lost teeth with an entirely new set in place, there have also been some major drawbacks that have been pointed out. As with any other surgery, there are risks involved when you go through dental implants which can include infection, bleeding and even nerves damage. While there are millions of people who would love to have dental implants, there are many who are still apprehensive about going through the process. However, if you make sure that you take the time to research, find a reputable dental implants professional and dentist, and get the help of experienced professionals, getting the procedure done can be extremely safe and easy.There are several reasons why so many individuals all over the world are choosing dental implants to replace lost teeth such as: to avoid missing teeth, to increase self-esteem, to avoid the negative effects of missing teeth, and to improve chewing and speaking. If you are considering dental implants to replace a few missing teeth, see your dentist first for an evaluation. If you have lost a tooth due to extensive trauma, infection or extensive wear and tear then dental implants may be the best solution for you. If you want to learn more about dental implants or dental crowns, contact a highly qualified, experienced cosmetic dentist today.

 

 

 

  

 

Veneers

 

 

In general dentistry, veneers are simply a thin layer of porcelain-like material permanently placed on a tooth. Veneers protect the surface of the tooth from further damage and enhance the appearance of the tooth. They are also an effective way to correct dental defects. There are many advantages to getting veneers, but they are not for everybody. Veneers do not come cheap, but the price of getting a veneers procedure may be worth it in the long run, since they can help you prevent more serious tooth decay, periodontal disease, or gum disease. If you are considering getting veneers, here are some things to know.First of all, what are veneers? Veneers are simply porcelain laminates that are bonded to a tooth surface. The veneers are made from tooth-colored materials that mimic the color of the tooth structure. These veneers are bonded onto the tooth structure with a bonding agent such as a binder. After the veneers are placed, you need to take care of them properly in order for them to last for a long time.Tooth whitening with veneers is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures. Tooth whitening usually takes about an hour or so, and you will see immediate results. In most cases, after tooth whitening, your dentist will recommend that you avoid eating or drinking very hard foods for up to 15 days and then start eating small, soft meals. You may be instructed to drink water instead of coffee or tea, and avoid chewing bubble gum or other sticky foods. This will help your veneers last longer.

 

 

How are veneers created? A thin ceramic coating is applied to the tooth surface to create a veneers bond. A thin layer of enamel is also brushed on to help seal the veneer in place. The bonding between the veneers and enamel is accomplished through bonding agents that are applied to the veneers and the enamel using a special brush. After the bonding process is complete, the veneers are polished and disinfected. They must be polished using a special dental polishing paste that does not scratch the veneers.The bonding process requires at least two appointments. If more than two appointments are needed, scheduling can be done by appointment. If you already have teeth that need bonding, make an appointment to have the rest of your teeth done at the same time. During the first appointment, the dental professional will prepare your teeth for bonding by cleaning them, cleaning the veneers, applying a bonding agent, cleaning the area where the veneers will be placed, and putting on protective glasses and gloves.

 

 

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Fain Dental Arts of North Miami: Sylvan Fain DDS
11645 Biscayne Blvd, Suite 407, North Miami, FL 33181
305-891-2621
https://www.drsylvanfain.com/