King House Dental Group
Dental cleanings, also known as prophylaxis, use professional tools to remove the build-up of plaque and tartar, then clean and polish them.
Dental examinations should be performed at least once every year to check for problems, like cavities, gum disease, and other areas of concern.
Dental cavities may be treated with tooth-colored fillings, which are made with composite resin for strength and shaded to match the natural teeth.
A tooth or teeth may be removed with a simple or surgical extraction if it is diseased, damaged, or crowding the mouth, like wisdom teeth removal.
Dr. Tatevossian offers the latest periodontal examination and treatment technologies to diagnose, treat, and prevent gum disease.
King House Dental Group offers crown lengthening, or gum reshaping, which removes excess gum tissue to fit a crown, or to improve the tooth's appearance.
Dental sealants work as a preventive treatment in order to protect the teeth against cavities and tooth decay for an overall healthier smile.
Fluoride treatments work to strengthen the teeth and enamel in order to create fewer issues with cavities and tooth decay over time.
For the earliest signs of periodontal disease, a dentist will deep clean the gum pockets, then smooth the enamel to prevent future infections.
Dental bonding applies composite resin to the teeth for a fast smile makeover that masks minor flaws, like chips, cracks, gaps, and discolorations.
For professional teeth whitening at home, kits with professional bleach and custom teeth trays for an effective way to remove stains from the enamel.
Laser teeth whitening is performed in a dentist's office to safely and effectively remove stains from the enamel in one visit for a brighter smile.
Laser gum sculpting removes excess gum tissue that is covering the teeth to improve a "gummy smile," lengthen the teeth and make the gum line even.
Laser gum therapy can be utilized as a cosmetic or restorative procedure to better sculpt the gums and minimize bacteria and tissue loss.
Orthodontics may involve one of several methods to straighten the teeth, including traditional metal braces, clear braces, teeth aligners, and more.
Invisalign® uses a series of clear plastic aligners to straighten teeth without the need for metal wires or brackets.
Braces are a common orthodontic treatment that can correct a wide variety of dental problems.
Porcelain veneers are thin shells that are custom-made to fit over the patient's teeth to hide cosmetic flaws, like discoloration and uneven spacing.
A retainer is a fixed or removable dental appliance, custom-made to fit the teeth. They are usually worn after orthodontic treatment.
Made from a high-tech dental resin, Snap-On Smile covers cosmetic flaws with customized, removable dental veneers made in 2 office visits.
Digital X-rays allow the dentist to see areas of the teeth, gums, and bone that are not visible to the naked eye for better dental treatment.
A dental bridge, offered by Dr. Tatevossian, is a fixed (non-removable) appliance and is an excellent way to replace missing teeth.
A dental crown or cap goes over a tooth for protection from a large cavity, chipped enamel, or other damage to restore the appearance of the smile.
Dental implants replace one, several, or all of the teeth by attaching the false tooth or teeth to a screw in the jawbone that cannot be removed.
Removable dentures can replace one (partials) or both (upper and lower) arches with natural-looking false teeth that can be taken out for cleaning.
Nitrous oxide sedation (laughing gas) is used to relax the patient during routine visits for anxiety and fears or longer procedures for comfort.
For longer procedures, oral conscious sedation is a prescription medication in pill form taken before an appointment for deep relaxation.
An oral appliance (also called a mouth or night guard) can be used as a sleep apnea treatment to improve oxygen flow and minimize snoring.
A customized night guard can protect the teeth and jaw at night, plus relieve pain for patients who grind their teeth (Bruxism) and clench their jaw.