Dental Implants At Modern Dental Care
Do you have missing teeth you want to replace? It is time to permanently replace your missing teeth with dental implants. At Modern Dental Care, we understand what a smile means to a person, which is why we are committed to providing state-of-the-art restorative dentistry to our patients with implants.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a form of restorative dentistry developed to replace missing teeth. Implants are composed of a small titanium screw that replaces the root portion of a missing natural tooth before being covered with a crown. Due to the biocompatible properties of titanium, the dental implant fuses with the bone and becomes a secure anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental implants can be applied to replace either a single tooth (single implant) or multiple teeth (multiple implants) in both the upper and lower jaw.
Dental implants are the most advanced technological treatment option available in dentistry today. They offer permanent replacement of loose and missing teeth and can be an alternative to wearing dentures. With dental implants from Modern Dental Care, we promise to rebuild confidence with a functional and secure smile.
Will The Implant Appear Natural?
Due to the restorative practices used by our dentists, the appearance, comfort, and function of the implanted teeth will be exactly like a natural tooth. Dental implants are hard to tell apart from your natural teeth, if not impossible.
The dental implant process is now easier than ever before. Our office is conveniently located in Las Vegas’ Silverado Ranch Neighborhood, at the intersection of E. Silverado Ranch Blvd and S. Maryland Pkwy. Learn how dental implants have revolutionized restorative dentistry and call our office today to replace your teeth.
Bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment that helps fill chips, gaps, or fractures and is very different from veneers.
Dental bridges are necessary for many patients with missing teeth or gaps in their smile, not just for general appearance. Gaps left by missing teeth eventually cause the remaining teeth to rotate or shift into the empty spaces, resulting in a poor bite.
Cosmetic dentistry refers to dental work that improves the overall appearance of your smile. It includes improvement of color, shape, position, etc. of your teeth.
Dental crowns restore shape, strengthen function and improve the general appearance of teeth. Crowns encase the damaged tooth’s outer surface, securely cementing the tooth’s surface long-term.
Most dental emergencies, including obvious damage to a tooth, should always be treated as soon as possible. Click here or call our office to be directed to our emergency on call staff.
Regular cleanings every six months, along with proper brushing and flossing, significantly reduce the chance of plaque and tartar build-up, therefore reducing the chance of more serious dental concerns in the future.
Do you have a broken tooth that is causing ongoing discomfort and pain? You’ll likely require a dental extraction if the dentist deems your tooth to be beyond restoration.
Cavities or “dental caries”, are small holes that develop in teeth as a result of tooth decay. Since cavities result in permanent damage to the surface of your teeth, they require restoration through fillings.
Virtually invisible while worn, Invisalign is the clear alternative to straighter teeth without letting the world know you're wearing braces.
Laser therapy in dentistry provides patients with a more comfortable dental treatment experience. Using laser dentistry, delivers a precise treatment that is faster and more comfortable and that also provides more stunning results.
Lumineers, like porcelain veneers, provide a way to conceal stains, chips, discoloration, and misaligned teeth by covering your actual teeth with a permanent layer of tooth-colored material.
A denture is a custom-made appliance worn over the gums to replace your missing natural teeth. Dentures are usually removable and are composed of lifelike resin teeth bonded to an acrylic or chrome base.
Oral cancer is one of the more dangerous cancer types due to the difficulty in early detection, so early detection is critical in reducing mortality rates.
Root canal therapy (also known as endodontic treatment) is necessary when the inside of a tooth and its surrounding area become infected.They can save a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed; this process will fully restore the tooth.
Phillips ®️ ZOOM! Whitening is one of the more popular teeth whitening options and can transform the color of your teeth up to eight shades whiter in less than an hour.
A sealant is a plastic resin bonded to the depression and deep grooves in your tooth’s chewing surface. The sealant essentially acts as a barrier, protecting the enamel on your teeth from plaque, acids, and food debris.
Veneers are custom-made, thin layers of porcelain bonded securely to the front surface of your natural teeth. The main objective of cosmetic veneers is to recreate the natural shape and appearance of the teeth.
Tero technology enables your dentist to have a digitalized overview of your teeth and gums, it provides patients with a better treatment experience, especially for orthodontic procedures like Invisalign®️.
You can prevent a lot of damage to your mouth simply by practicing your oral health routine from home. This involves brushing and flossing for a minimum of two minutes twice daily.
Our knowledgeable staff is committed to providing your child with the unique support that they need to develop good oral hygiene practices early on and can provide comprehensive support for all of their dental needs.
One of the most important things we can do as a parent is to establish good oral hygiene habits at home and a good relationship between our kids and the dentist so that they have an easier time getting the care they need.
Fluoride is one of the most important minerals for our teeth. It is meant to strengthen, and protect your teeth from cavities and other potential problems.
Gum disease, or Periodontitis, is an infection that inflames the gums and bone surrounding the teeth. Periodontitis is caused by plaque—a sticky substance that builds up on teeth after food particles and bacteria are left to sit in your mouth.