Dental Services In Milton
It is a proven fact that an attractive smile makes a lasting impression. Beyond aesthetics, the bright smile is an important indicator of oral health. Call us today, whether you need a basic tooth whitening, full mouth restoration, or just a regular check-up. Dr. Isaac and his team are always pleased to provide you with dental services in Milton, with a personalized and professional dental experience.
Areas of Dental Practice
We offer dental services from routine check-up and cleanings to comprehensive care
such as restorative, surgical, cosmetic, orthodontic and more.
Who is the one health care provider you see more than any other? For many people, the answer is: their general dentist. There’s a good reason for that—it’s because general dentistry is uniquely oriented toward the prevention of disease. Learn more about: Routine Exams, Cleaning, Radiographs, Panoramic x-rays, Fluoride, Sealants.
At Milton Central, we recommend seeing your dentist for a routine cleaning and exam every six months. Learn more about: Routine Exams, Cleanings, Composite Fillings, Endodontic, Surgical, Sedation, Crowns, Bridges, Dentures, Partial Dentures and Whitening.
Though an orthodontist can enhance a smile at any age, there is an optimal time period to begin treatment for each patient. Orthodontic Treatment can affect the way you smile, chew, clean your teeth or feel about your smile. Learn more about: Traditional Braces and Invisalign, Sports Guards and Night Guards.
Sedation is available for patients with dental anxiety, young patients and those receiving extensive treatment such as wisdom teeth removal. We offer oral sedation and nitrous for patients that need something to help calm them and make them more comfortable while still being conscious, as well as general anesthetic which patients are not awake. Together we can decide which will work best for you.
These specialists are present to ensure high standards of training and assessment qualifying dentists to use a specialist title and indicate those dentists who hold recognized advanced expertise, skills, and attitudes. It also encourages effective referrals to patients and supports a good quality of treatment among dentists who are eligible to use the title of specialist.
- Cosmetic dentistry
Aesthetic dentistry is a dentistry profession whose aim is to preserve the natural beauty of the teeth. It is concentrated on changing the appearance of your smile. Aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry incorporates different fields of orthodontics. Initially, gum and teeth enhancement strategies were created for actresses, movie stars, and all those who had a professional requirement for a pretty smile and were able to accept certain safety risks.
- Full mouth reconstruction
Full-mouth repair, recovery, and regeneration are words sometimes used interchangeably to define the cycle of repairing or, at the same time, preserving all teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. Complete mouth restoration generally requires general or restorative dentists to administer operations such as crowns. Restorative dentistry relates to the treatment and procedures that we do to maintain the teeth healthy, protected, and usable. There are preventive and proactive steps that we perform to ensure that our oral health is at its best.
- TMJ Issues
Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome is a dental problem related to jaw muscles and nerves triggered by damage or swelling of the respective joint, which is the connection between the jawbone and skull. Injured or inflamed temporomandibular joints cause pain when chewing, grinding, snapping, jaw rolling, and headache discomfort
- Child Dentistry
Children need a different approach for their dental care, including the need for sedation depending upon their age, medical history, communication abilities, and pre-cooperative period of growth. Pediatric dentistry requires to decide the best approach to provide care “secure” to your child’s generation. Many children may simply need a compassionate disposition and familiarization with dental environments, whereas others will require mild sedation or a general anesthetic.
Orthodontics is a division of dentistry that offers procedures to fix dental problems such as overcrowding or to improve the appearance of the teeth. Several treatments may help you straighten your teeth, such as traditional braces with brackets, and less visible alternatives like lingual braces, ceramic braces, and Invisalign.
The three types of periodontal diseases are triggered because of the bacteria present in the plaque, functions between the soft tissues that are gums, and the tooth. Slowly, it breaks the underlying tissue and hurts the base of the teeth. In time, your gums will become more swollen and ‘puffy,’ bleed easily and cause discomfort when eating, and eventually, if left untreated, you may lose your teeth. The Early Phase can be treated with non-surgical clinical techniques.