Teeth Whitening procedure break up the stains on the surface of your teeth. Acclaim Dental Group, uses Philips Zoom teeth whitening technology. Just beware of purchasing off the shelf whitening kits, as they can damage your tooth’s enamel and harm your gums. We offer an in-office and take-home Philips Zoom teeth whitening options to whiten your teeth.
At least couple of times per year.
Mouth guards are worn over to cover your teeth, while protecting it from grinding or injury. At Acclaim Dental Group, Dr. Tajalli takes a great care to ensure her patient's mouth-guards are comfortable, resist tears, are durable and easy to clean, while not restricting your breathing or speech.
If you play contact sports or involved with recreational activity, you want to remove any risks of injury to the mouth. Guards are effective solution to this problem. Using a guard prevent tooth damage caused by contact sports and grinding your teeth.
Custom made thin shells, designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve its appearance. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size, or length.
When you have a discolored, worn down, broken, chipped teeth or teeth with gaps.
Aligners are a series of tight-fitting custom-made mouthpieces that slip over the teeth. They’re made from a clear plastic or acrylic material and fit tightly over the teeth, but can be removed for eating, brushing, and flossing. You'll get a new aligner every few weeks to continue moving the teeth into the desired position.
When you have a problem with your bite. Invisalign is an alternative to using braces. Braces, use brackets connected by wires to encourage teeth to move. Aligners are a series of tight-fitting custom-made mouthpieces that slip over the teeth. Treatment time with invisible teeth aligners is based on how much the teeth need to be moved or rotated. The more your bite is off or the more crooked your teeth, the longer it will take. Treatment usually takes between 10 and 24 months.
Periodontitis, also generally called gum disease or periodontal disease, begins with bacterial growth in your mouth and may result in tooth loss if not properly treated and causes destruction of the tissue that surrounds your teeth. To learn more about it, check our blog article for periodontal disease.
When you see a bit of blood in your sink when you brush your teeth. That bleeding can be one of the first warning signs that you’ve got gum disease.The mild variety is called gingivitis. When you have that, only your gums are infected. If you don’t treat it, the infection can travel below your gum line and into your bone. Then it becomes a more serious form of gum disease called periodontitis.Both gingivitis and periodontitis have been shown to raise your risk of things like diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, pneumonia, and cancer. Early detection is your best bet.
Implant is a procedure that embeds a new tooth to the jawbone. Is a long-term solution to replace missing teeth. Components of dental implants are Titanium implant, the abutment, and the crown.
Implant is needed when you want to replace a missing tooth. Implants will not develop cavities.
A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed, or has become infected. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed.
When you have severe toothache when chewing or applying pressure. Another sign is showing sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures, and Darkening of the tooth.
Crown is a tooth-shaped cap, that is placed over a tooth to cover it, and restore its shape.
You need a crown to restore the tooth that is severely worn, or not much has remained. Crown is also used to cover dental implants. If your teeth are heavily filled, they may be at risk of fractures or de-bonding of fillings. Frequent replacement of fillings can lead to loss of precious tooth structure. Repeated dental treatment on the same tooth may lead to deepening of the filling and subsequent nerve inflammation. To avoid these complications, you may need a crown before the filling becomes too large and remaining tooth structure is too short to support a crown.