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Patient ServicesWe put a smile on your face, and help it stay there!
Here's what we think your dental visit should be like:
You deserve a pleasant, respectful experience
Were some of your previous dental experiences a nightmare?
That will never happen at our office! From the minute you step into our unique, state-of-the-art facility, with caring staff members, and gentle doctors, you'll know you are in the right place. We carefully designed it to ensure your experience is pleasant, enjoyable, and even fun.
Our doctors and staff bring you friendly service and a gentle touch. We've even developed a technique so good that our patients say, "I didn't feel a thing." Some even laugh during it! (That sounds unbelievable but it's true.)
You've never been to a dental office as unique as ours.
All your care is in one convenient office. That means you go from start to finish in the shortest possible time.
In fact, no one else in the area provides this same unique blend of advanced dental implant and reconstructive services in one single office location.
No matter how complicated your care may be, you will only hear us discuss even advanced treatments in everyday, easy-to-understand terms with pictures, videos, and animations. Our patients tell us this makes them feel more comfortable then they've ever felt before.
You deserve convenience.
Forget driving back and forth between multiple dental offices to get procedures done, not to mention all the duplicate paperwork. If you want hassle-free dentistry, you have come to the right place.
Our exclusive 'Teeth in One Day' along with many other new cosmetic technologies can have you seeing yourself with a beautiful new smile the very next day!
Dental implants improve quality of life through enhanced…
- Function – Implants are the closest prosthetic to natural teeth, offering a titanium root for a solid foundation. Additionally, speech is easier and clearer with a full set of teeth. Dental implants can replace single teeth or full dentures.
- Aesthetics – Implants complete a smile with beautiful restorations that blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. You'll experience the confidence that comes from a complete smile.
- Health –With reliable dental implants, you can eat all the foods required in a healthy, balanced diet. Studies show that patients without teeth do not live as long as those with natural or prosthetic teeth.
A dental implant is a screw-like titanium rod implanted into a patient’s jawbone and functions like the root of a natural tooth. When a patient suffers from the loss of a tooth or several teeth, the placement of dental implants creates a new smile as strong as nature's original work. Dr. Garg will surgically implant a titanium tooth root into your jawbone, and your body's bone tissue will fuse with the titanium to create a solid, reliable prosthetic tooth root. On this, a handcrafted tooth is adhered by one of the associate doctors in the same office, so that you can enjoy the function, beauty, and health benefits of a solid and natural smile.
It is general dentistry and more. It has the added dimension of art. There are all the functional requirements, and, in addition, the dentist must pay close attention to the appearance of the dental work. Doing this requires special materials. Ceramic and composite technology has advanced to the point where beautiful AND durable dental work can be provided to each patient.
But there is so much extra training involved in learning how to use these highly advanced materials properly, that only those dentists who are truly passionate about the appearance of their work take the time away from the office and spend the money required.
New safe oral dental sedation techniques means that you can have dental treatments done quickly with little or no discomfort. If you are nervous or fearful about dental treatment, sedation can help relax you, making your experience more pleasant and pain free.
Am I a candidate for sedation dentistry?
You may be a candidate for dental sedation if you suffer from dental anxiety, dental phobia, or a condition that renders you unable to control your movements.
What is sleep dentistry?
Sleep dentistry is another name for sedation dentistry. With the use of a simple sedative pill, you can be asleep and easily spend 3, 4, 5 or more totally comfortable hours in the dental chair and wake up not even remembering you were there! This form of sedation is officially called "conscious sedation" since you can be aroused very easily to go to the bathroom, or have a drink.
Is dental sedation safe?
A study performed by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research found that dental sedation is safe if administered in the recommended doses by trained sedation dentists.
Does it hurt? Are there any needles?
Patients who have been sedated and have extensive dental treatment usually experience little discomfort the next day. Because your reflexes are still functioning normally, we still use local anesthesia - you just won't remember it!
How long will I be asleep?
It depends on your needs, but usually ranges from two to six hours.
Are there any side effects?
Drowsiness the day of your appointment is to be expected. Some feel slight nausea, but that is due to the fact that they have not eaten. Normally, patients feel fine after eating and taking in some fluids.
Will I be able to drive?
You should not drive until 24 hours after your dentist appointment. We require that someone bring you to our office in the morning and take you home after your appointment.
When a patient's mouth lacks bone as well as teeth, bone grafting, or the addition of bone, is required before an implant can be placed. Bone grafts come from a specific part of the body (autogenous bone), tissue banks (allografts), or synthetically (alloplast). We place the graft into the area of your jaw that requires more bone tissue, and your body will accept the graft and replace it with the bodies own natural bone and eventually dissolve the graft material. Once the bone is mature, Dr. Garg can proceed with implant placement.