Proper oral hygiene care goes beyond daily brushing and flossing at home. People should have their teeth cleaned by a professional every six months in order to remove harmful plaque deposits that can’t be removed at home, and to maintain a healthy and beautiful smile.
Full Mouth reconstructions
A full mouth reconstruction addresses multiple oral health issues to restore health and functionality to a smile. A full mouth reconstruction can involve the restoration of teeth through procedures like dental implants, fillings, crowns and bridges, veneers, orthodontics, periodontal therapies, tooth extractions, and more.
Nabeta Dentistry understands that dental emergencies happen, and when they do, it can be a frightening experience. Whether you’re experiencing a broken tooth or filling, dislodgement or unbearable dental pain, come on in and our dentists will treat you promptly.
A brilliantly whiter smile can be yours to show off after a professional teeth whitening treatment with our dentists. Teeth whitening can be safely and effectively achieved during a quick visit to our office, or over time using a take-home whitening kit.
Invisalign® clear aligners are the discreet and removable alternative to traditional braces. Ideal for mild to moderate cases of teeth misalignment or gaps, Invisalign® effectively straightens teeth over time for a more attractive and functional smile (and no one needs to know you’re wearing them but you).
Even one missing tooth has the ability to have a significantly negative impact on a person’s oral health and quality of life. A restoration with dental implants is permanent, highly successful, and will restore your smile back to optimal function.
Crowns and Bridges
Crowns are tooth enamel-resembling caps used for both cosmetic and strengthening purposes. Bridges are dental restorations used to replace multiple missing adjacent teeth, that run from one tooth (natural or implant) to another over the gappy area.
Root Canal Therapy is performed to essentially “save” a natural tooth with infected or damaged pulp in the root. These teeth cannot be restored with a dental filling, or through any other form of dental treatment. Without root canal treatment, we’d have no choice but to pull these teeth. It’s always the better option when it is one.