Chipped teeth, broken teeth, decayed teeth, missing teeth…these are all extremely common dental problems most people encounter at some point in their life, and they are all issues Dr. Osseiran is more than ready to handle. As a prosthodontist, he is especially adept at using high-quality dental restorations to repair and replace teeth so a person’s smile can look and function beautifully. If your smile is in need of a little help, he’s the man to see. To schedule an appointment, contact us today.
Dental implants have fast become the most preferred tooth replacement by dentists and patients alike, and with them, Dr. Osseiran can literally rebuild your smile from the root up and make sure it lasts for a lifetime. Unlike many other local dentists, he’s able to handle the entire procedure from start to finish himself, making it easier than ever for you to get your complete smile back.
A dental crown is a custom-made, tooth-shaped restoration that is designed to fit over the top of a damaged tooth, and it can be used to repair chipped, cracked, broken, or decayed teeth and make them look and feel like new again.
Crowns can also be used to support prosthetic teeth and literally “bridge” the gap where one or a few have gone missing. Thanks to Dr. Osseiran’s extensive training and attention to detail, he’ll make sure your dental restorations blend seamlessly into your smile.
Dentures are still one of the quickest and most affordable ways to replace multiple missing teeth, and thanks to the latest advancements in dental prosthetics, they are now smaller, sleeker, and more natural-looking than ever. A partial denture is designed to restore missing teeth while fitting comfortably among the remaining ones, while a full denture is ideal for replacing an entire arch. In either case, we’ll ensure that you leave our office with a prosthetic that makes it easy to smile with confidence.
The teeth are actually composed of multiple layers, and when the innermost one, known as the dental pulp, becomes infected due to decay or injury, the only way to relieve the resulting pain is with a root canal. During this procedure, the pulp will be gently removed and the tooth cleaned, and thanks to modern-day dental techniques, this often feared procedure is now no more “excruciating” than getting a small filling.
While we would love to help our patients preserve all of their natural teeth, sometimes the best course of action may involve removing one. This may be the case if: