ClearCorrect is a clear aligner system used to straighten teeth as an alternative to traditional braces .ClearCorrect straightens teeth using a series of clear, custom-made, removable aligners that gradually move teeth, eventually correcting the teeth and smile to achieve a new, revitalized look. Orthodontic records — including impressions, photographs and radiographs, along with a prescription for custom-made aligners — are sent by the dentist to the ClearCorrect laboratory, where an exact 3-D model of teeth is created. The treatment team then maps out a complete treatment plan showing the g... read more

Microscope Dentistry

Dentistry has always been limited by the small field — the tooth — something that is further impeded by the mouth. This difficulty has made diagnosis and execution of treatment somewhat difficult. To be able to see the field of vision unimpeded has long been the dream of all dentists. With the advent of loupes, this difficulty seemed to be overcome, and the restricted vision of a dentist was improved.Dentists were now able to see things that previously were only guessed at. The dentist could now make accurate assessments and diagnose more easily. It was now possible to see the fracture lines ... read more

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma),first used in traditional medicine in the 1980's and in dentistry in the 1990's, is a new approach to tissue regeneration and is becoming a valuable adjunct to promote healing in many dental procedures. If you've even casually followed sports in the last 10-15 years, no doubt you have heard about plasma-rich plasma injections. The treatment has been used across physical therapy and orthopedics to accelerate the healing time for muscle, joint, ligament, and bone injuries. According to Dr. Gerald Imber, M.D. in Mens Journal , here's how it works. Blood contains severa... read more

Root Canal Therapy

There is absolutely no need to be worried if your dentist suggested a root canal procedure to treat a damaged or diseased tooth. Root canaltreatment is necessary when parts of your tooth become inflamed or diseased.Inside your tooth, beneath the enamel and dentin, is a soft tissue called pulp. This tissue contains blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue, which help grow the root of your tooth during its development. When the pulp becomes inflamed or infected, treatment is needed. The most common causes of pulp inflammation or infection are a cracked or chipped tooth, a deep cavity, or oth... read more

When a tooth is lost, the jawbone begins to shrink and becomes brittle from lack of exercise. Losing teeth not only affects your smile, it also changes the shape of your face causing you to look prematurely aged. Dental implants prevent premature aging and bone loss caused by missing teeth. Dental implants can be placed in most adults. Adolescents may be eligible once their facial structure has matured. Certain uncontrolled medical conditions may decrease implant treatment effectiveness, so first discuss your full medical history with your dental implant specialist. Dental implants are the mo... read more