Routine Exams and Hygiene
Dr. Steinberg has established an excellent periodontal program that has helped many patients avoid tooth loss and maintain healthier bone levels. He offers gentle, comprehensive nonsurgical gum care and a soft-tissue program that has helped restore many smiles over the years.
Both Doctors use the Perio Protect Method® when necessary. To find out more click the link below
The first thing most people notice about you is your smile. Advances in cosmetic dental care have made it possible for a dentist with the right training, qualifications and expertise to completely redesign your smile. Dr. Steinbergs' have the desired combination of experience and knowledge in the practice of cosmetic dentistry to transform the appearance of your smile while also attending to function, to improve your overall dental health.
We offer a variety of advanced techniques to create the smile of your dreams. We offer Conservative Refurbishing or a Complete Makeover. Call us today to learn how how we can give you the smile you deserve.
A dental implant goes into the jaw bone like a natural tooth root goes into the jawbone. Look at the dental implant diagram above and compare the dental implant to the natural tooth root. However, the dental implant is made out of titanium metal and the natural tooth root is made out of dentin with a coating on its outside called cementum.
The dental implant post precisely connects to the top of the dental implant. The dental implant post is usually screwed into the top of the dental implant. An artificial dental crown can be made to precisely fit onto the implant post. Most patients prefer natural looking porcelain fused to gold crowns so that the artificial dental crown can cosmetically blend into the mouth.
The gums around the dental implant hug the top of the dental implant. The top of the dental implant is highly polished so that the gums can grow tightly to the polished surface and seal out food and debris.
The jaw bone around the dental implant holds it firmly in the mouth. The pressure from chewing on the implant crown is transmitted to the underlying bone and helps keep this bone healthy. Bone needs stimulation or it will melt away.
In this diagram there is an artificial crown placed on top of the dental implant post. This closely resembles the way natural intended teeth to function. Some patients prefer to attach a bar to several implants so that a denture can firmly clip to the bar. This is a less expensive use of dental implants and for many patients, helps correct their loose dentures problem.
Porcelain veneers offers the ultimate in esthetics. A veneer is a thin facing or covering that bonds to the natural tooth structure. A much more conservative alternative to crowns (caps) that can give you the smile you have always dreamed of and deserve.
Porcelain veneers are top line in cosmetic dentistry. If your teeth are chipped, broken, or discolored, porcelain veneers are a great way to change the color and shape of your teeth. Veneers can be a great alternative to braces for slight orthodontic problems and provide a beautiful smile in a short amount of time. The results are simply gorgeous!
Dentures come with huge benefits for patients and can greatly improve your quality of life. With today's technology, dentures are created to look natural in appearance and give the impression of a beautiful smile. Additionally, dentures provide support for your facial muscles as well as assist with your ability to chew and eat food, and they also assist with your ability to speak clearly.
If your teeth have reached the point where you are considering dentures, we invite you to come in for a complimentary consultation. We will do an assessment of your condition and provide you with a list of options tailored to your individual needs. With the advances in dental implants and other techniques in the last twenty years, dentures can often be used in conjunction with implants for enhanced function and comfort. However, for many people dentures alone are a very cost effective solution to the problem of aging teeth and gum disease.
*Example of Denture, Not a patient of Jawman Dental
A partial denture is a removable appliance that replaces missing teeth. It is supported by your existing teeth and fills in those unwanted gaps. It will help to regain the aesthetics and chewing and speaking functions that you require.
Full mouth denture treatments will involve the extraction of any remaining teeth, making impressions to give that perfect, snug fit, and a final fitting appointment. Partial dentures consist of appointments made to examine the health of remaining teeth, taking impressions, and custom fitting the partial appliance.
Dr. Michael Steinberg and Dr. Joshua Steinberg use a variety of teeth whitening techniques to get your teeth their whitest and brightest. The best and brightest treatment EZ White®!
$525 EZ WHITE® PRO In-Office Whitening & $650 EZ WHITE® PRO In-Office & Home Whitening Kit
Boost Your Confidence in as little as 30 minutes with little to no sensitivity!
Same Day Crowns
Dr. Michael Steinberg and Dr. Joshua Steinberg use the very best and state of the are techniques to make crowns in one day.
No Unpleasant Impression Material
No Follow-up Appointment
No temporary crown
All this mean less total time for you and a better fitting crown!
Jawman Dental is happy to add the newest and greatest technology, one day crowns, to our office. CEREC crowns can be produces in one day!*
Root Canal (Endo)
Root canal treatment is also known as endodontics. Root canal treatment is required when tooth decay has broken through the outer enamel and infected the heart of the tooth.
The goal of Dr. Steinberg is to try and save your natural teeth and avoid extractions. The reason for this is because removing natural teeth leaves gaps which the cause the other teeth to compensate. It can therefore affect your bite and then cause a host of other affiliated problems.
But what happens when a tooth has become infected right in the center? Usually there is no avoiding an extraction, as the pulp is infected. Essentially, this means that the nerves at the heart of the tooth are slowing dying. Not to mention the fact that you will probably also be experiencing quite a bit of pain.
Under these circumstances, most patients want a quick fix – an extraction. While extraction may remove the offending tooth, it is not the best option in the long term. We prefer to try root canal surgery first. This way, the infection can be cleared and the tooth can be kept in place.