At Englewood Cliffs Dentistry, we offer an extensive range of dental services. This includes pediatric, cosmetic, restorative, and general dentistry.

Restorative and general dentistry at Englewood Cliffs Dentistry is mainly focused on restoring the teeth’s function and preventing tooth decay when needed. To achieve this, The doctor and our team help patients create an oral health routine consisting of a dental cleaning, consistent exams, and at-home care. With regular maintenance and care, you can stop the build-up of calculus and plaque under the gums and around the teeth, which often results in a range of dental problems such as bone damage, gingivitis, tooth decay, and ultimately, tooth loss.

Dental Cleaning, Exam, and Consultation

Getting examined and cleaned regularly prevents calculus and plaque accumulation under your gums and around your teeth. Locating these deposits through the use of digital scans and x-rays allow the dentist to target the trouble areas.  Thorough dental cleanings and home care can prevent tooth loss, bad breath, bone loss, gingivitis, and tooth decay.

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Hygiene Maintenance

Regular maintenance is essential to proper oral health. You can greatly reduce your likelihood of major and minor oral complications and diseases by receiving even basic dental services twice a year.  We encourage our patients to take responsibility for their mouths and understand that oral health is a team effort that requires both an at-home and in-office commitment to maintenance and prevention.

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Composite Bonding and Fillings

A tooth filling is commonly placed when a tooth has a cavity. The tooth is first cleaned of harmful bacteria and then rebuilt and sealed with a bonded white dental filling. A special light is used to bond the resin to your teeth –  we have a variety of shades and techniques to make each restoration nearly undetectable. 

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Dental Implants

Technically, a dental implant is an artificial tooth root that’s placed into your jaw to hold a prosthetic tooth or bridge. However, when most people use the term “dental implants,” they’re talking about the combination of the implant (the artificial tooth root) and the prosthetic tooth. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost one or more teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason and who prefer not to wear dentures.

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Root Canals

Root canal treatment is designed to eliminate bacteria from the infected root canal, prevent reinfection of the tooth and save the natural tooth. When one
undergoes a root canal, the inflamed or infected pulp is removed and the
inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned and disinfected, then filled and sealed.

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crowns and bridges

Crowns and Bridges

Most bridges and crowns help in restoring your smile’s health. A crown “caps” or covers your tooth, so it is restored to its regular function, size, and shape. In most cases, crowns are used to treat extremely decayed or broken teeth, especially ones that fillings cannot fix. On the other hand, a dental bridge is made up of two teeth crowns on each gap’s side.

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Oral Surgery

Our  experienced dentists take part in ongoing education to ensure they give state-of-the-art surgical treatments. This includes the entire process, from discovering oral cancer to extracting a tooth. Our team is highly trained to recognize and recommend the best approach you should take.

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