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Uncategorized   •   July 17, 2017

Methods of replacing teeth in Phoenix, AZ area dental practice

Replacing missing teeth in the Phoenix, AZ area consists of three different options for most patients: Dental implants Dental bridges Full or partial dentures Dental Implants Dental implants are the primary solution for replacing one or more teeth. This option provides lifelong replacement of teeth because they are solidified into the jawbone. The implant is […]

Uncategorized   •   September 18, 2014

Five reasons teeth whitening with your dentist in Phoenix makes sense

Want to light up your life? Consider the immense brightening effect of teeth whitening treatment. When teeth turn dull or yellow, it can feel like a dark cloud resides over your life. A dull smile, for many, leads to a marked decrease in self esteem. Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem. In fact, […]

Uncategorized   •   September 3, 2014

When to consider sedation dentistry in Phoenix

Dr. Sameet Koppikar of Biltmore Dental Center understands that patients in the Phoenix area might be nervous about visiting the dentist. This apprehension could be caused by a previous bad experience, a struggle with sitting still or having someone in their personal space, or fear of discomfort. However, thanks to various sedation options, patients to […]

Uncategorized   •   July 28, 2014

Phoenix-area dentist explains which patients might consider dental veneers

Many Phoenix area patients feel that their smile is their greatest asset. When meeting new people their smile shows their personality and puts others at ease. When coming home from a long day of work their smile greets their family. And, their smile is used to laugh at jokes, provide comfort, and make connections when […]

Uncategorized   •   June 6, 2014

An experienced dentist is key to successful root canal therapy in Phoenix

Root canal therapy has an erroneous reputation as one of the most dreaded procedures in dentistry. In truth, root canal treatment relieves the pain caused by pressure, inflammation, and infection inside the tooth. Once the discomfort is under control with antibiotics and pain medication (if necessary), the process feels about like getting a filling from […]