Why put yourself through any pain or discomfort? Unforeseen dental problems and emergencies can occur at any time and can be quite traumatic and painful. At Ora Dental, we have the staff and facilities to deal with dental emergencies quickly and effectively. Whether you have a broken or lost tooth, a cracked crown or any other dental emergency, we can and will take care of you. Click here to read more.
This is one appointment you won’t want to miss. Sit down and relax as we give you a warm eucalyptus towel, noise-canceling headphones and full control of our entertainment system. We create an environment that’s so relaxing, you won’t even notice your teeth are being cleaned. With our state-of-the-art equipment, we can accurately diagnose and assess your entire mouth to effectively and efficiently get you in and out, and back to living your day to the fullest.
Are you walking around with mismatched teeth, a mouth full of metal and mercury fillings? Well, no more! We only work with composite fillings that are mercury free, natural looking and durable so that your teeth can look and feel flawless by the time you leave our office. If you have silver fillings, we recommend replacing them with composite filling as they contain ~50% mercury and can corrode, leak, and cause stains on your teeth and gums.
The ‘pulp chamber’ is inside each of your teeth and houses the blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissues. When the pulp in this chamber becomes infected it becomes necessary to remove the infection in order to prevent tooth loss and other major issues. Root canal therapy is the procedure to remove such infection. It is a safe, effective, and quick way to preserve the quality and appearance of your smile.
Grinding or clenching your teeth at night can lead to several issues such as irreversible tooth wear, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain, muscle aches, lock-jaw, and joint clicking/popping. Night guards are an appliance that is worn only at night and prescribed to protect you from the deleterious consequences of grinding. If you are aware of grinding your teeth at night, it is best to get a night guard as soon as possible before irreversible sequelae develop. Learn more about the benefits of a night guard here.