1. CBCT Scanner (3D)

  • Takes “3D” X-rays of the mouth
  • Used for diagnosis of root fractures, lesions
  • To better visualize impacted teeth
  • To asses available bone volume for implants

2. Perio Examinations

  • For diagnosis of gum disease (in their different stages)
  • For diagnosis of TMJ issues
  • For diagnosis of suitability of implant placement

3. Cleanings

  • Regular cleanings as part of an ongoing regimen for those who don’t have a general dentist
  • Regular cleanings on an alternative schedule with the general dentist
  • “Deep” cleanings as a “conservative therapy” to initially treat early stage of gum disease
  • As part of a periodontal treatment plan

4. Surgery

  • To treat periodontal disease (clean up infection to stop the disease precession)
  • To enhance aesthetic “gum lift” for a gummy smile
  • To regrow bone around teeth or implants
  • To regrow gums on teeth that have recession
  • To remove broken/infected teeth and to regrow the lost/destroyed bone

5. Implants

  • Exam/Consultation/Panning
  • CBCT scan to asses bone levels
  • Surgical placement of implants and, if needed, manipulation of bone/sinuses

6. Sedation

  • Oral sedation to “calm” anxious patients

7. TMJ

  • Exam/Consultation
  • Physio therapy exercises
  • Bite adjustment (if needed)