Few people have a perfect smile naturally, but they can seek the help of a cosmetic dentist to achieve the smiles they desire. Advances in dental technology, techniques, and materials have made it possible for nearly anyone to have a near perfect smile.
Porcelain veneers or dental veneers are thin porcelain shells that cover up the unesthetic appearance of teeth. They are used to restore stained or chipped teeth, and can even improve the appearance of crowded teeth.
Crowns And Bridges
Let’s face it, very few of us have perfect teeth. Many of us have large, ugly metal fillings, which expand and contract with temperature. This causes cracks in the filling and tooth and can lead to tooth decay.
Invisalign is becoming one of the most popular ways to straighten your teeth. Our patients are really excited about Invisalign as it does not involve any of the unsightly metal braces that most of us remember growing up.
Like other parts of your body, teeth are living organs. Right in the center of a tooth is the PULP, which is a complex set of nerves and a blood supply. This blood supply is connected to your body’s blood supply via “roots,” just like a tree’s roots.
Dental implants are solid titanium anchors that support natural looking porcelain crowns. We place a dental implant below your gums and then attach a porcelain crown right above the implant, so your new tooth blends in with your other teeth.
A broken tooth. A swelling. A loose crown. No worries. We’ve seen it all. If you have a dental emergency, do not wait to call Biltmore Dental Center. We do our best to provide emergency dental care right away.
Natural & Holistic Dentistry
Dr. Sameet Koppikar and his team are dedicated to providing the healthiest form of dentistry possible. This holistic approach leads to vibrant smiles that contribute to overall wellness. Keep reading for information about some of the patient safety precautions & natural treatment options available at Biltmore Dental Center in Phoenix, AZ.
“What is the biggest problem you experience?” Ask that question of anyone who wears a denture and he or she will likely reply, “fit!” Conventional dentures are held in place only by suction. They tend to slip and wobble, rubbing sore spots and making it difficult to chew.
All-On-4 Dental Implants
Patients facing the loss of many teeth have historically only had two options: dentures that can slip out of their mouth at embarrassing times or costly dental implants to restore each tooth individually.