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Nosov Cosmetic Dentistry
Professional and highly trained
we provide a variety of restorative and cosmetic dentistry options that promote proactive dental care, resulting in improved oral and overall health. A harmonious set of teeth is crucial for a healthy smile.
Root Canal Treatment
Dental employs root canal therapy to salvage a tooth that is on the brink of death due to an infected pulp, tissues, and nerves. By eliminating the infected pulp and cleaning and sealing the roots, we can prevent future infections.
Following the procedure, our Bradenton-based dentist will reinforce the tooth with a dental crown. In certain circumstances, medication may be applied to the roots before the crown is fitted.
Scaling and Root Planing
Dr. Nosov uses root scaling and planing as a non-surgical approach that addresses periodontal disease and gingivitis. This technique involves removing plaque and tartar from beneath the gums to assist in the healing process.
Scaling involves removing the buildup of plaque and tartar, while root planing entails smoothing the tooth roots to aid in gum reattachment and self-healing.
Bruxism, also known as tooth grinding, can lead to significant problems for both teeth and jaw joints. This condition can also impact other teeth.
To alleviate the pain caused by TMJ or temporomandibular joint disorder, Paradise Dental creates custom-made night guards for patients.
Many patients may not realize that their jaw or ear pain is connected to their jaw joints. Our mouth guards are crafted from high-quality, human-grade acrylic and worn during sleep to prevent bruxism, clenching, and grinding.
Your TMJ or temporomandibular joint is what connects your upper to lower jaw. It is also what connects your skull to your jawbone. If your TMJ is out of alignment it will affect the way your teeth come together.
TMJD, temporomandibular joint disorder, can happen to anyone but is common in those with arthritis, or injury. Genetics can sometimes play a part as well.
Paradise Dental gets to the root cause of the TMJD to prevent bruxism and other issues that come with temporomandibular joint disorder.
A bone graft is a surgical procedure that replaces missing bone with material from the patient's own body or an artificial, synthetic, or natural substitute. The graft not only replaces missing bone, but also helps your body to regenerate its own bone. This new bone growth strengthens the grafted area by forming a bridge between your existing bone and the graft material. This bone loss can be reversed. Over time your own newly formed bone will replace much of the grafted material.
Over a period of time, the jawbone associated with missing teeth atrophies or is reabsorbed. This often leaves a condition in which there is poor quality and quantity of bone suitable for placement of dental implants. In these situations, most patients are not candidates for placement of dental implants.
We now have the ability to grow bone where needed. This gives us the opportunity to place implants of proper length and width, and it also gives us a chance to more effectively restore esthetic appearance and functionality.
Beyond their traditional color, the only thing traditional about these braces is that you can see them. Contemporary braces are made of super strong metal alloys derived from the space program. Their strength allows them to be the smallest of all braces and therefore the most comfortable. Their density makes them ultra slippery so teeth move faster than they ever have before. Today's braces, in combination with other high tech materials mean fewer office visits to complete treatment.
Ceramic braces utilize less noticeable brackets for patients concerned about aesthetic appearances. Ceramic brackets are translucent, so they blend in with your natural tooth color. This means that unlike traditional stainless steel braces, with ceramic braces your smile will not look 'metallic.' In addition, ceramic brackets are designed so that they won't stain or discolor over long periods of time. An orthodontist can let you know if you are a candidate for ceramic braces.
Crown Lengthening / Cosmetic Gum Surgery
When decay occurs below the gumline, it may be necessary to remove a small amount of bone and gum tissue. Your dentist may ask for this procedure before he or she makes a new crown for your tooth.
Crown Lengthening procedures are done for both restorative dentistry and/or to improve the esthetics of your gum line. General practitioners often refer for crown lengthening procedures prior to restoration of broken or severely decayed teeth. This procedure adjusts the gum and bone level to expose more of the tooth so it can be restored.
Sometimes crown lengthening is done to improve a "gummy" smile because the teeth appear short. The teeth may actually be the proper length but excess gum tissue may be covering these teeth. During this procedure, excess gum and bone tissue is reshaped to expose more of the natural tooth
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