Smile Makeover

A smile makeover completely revitalizes the appearance of your teeth and gums. This versatile approach to cosmetic dentistry will take into account all of your present dental problems. Most people are often unhappy with several aspects of their teeth and oral health. Smile makeover solutions can help rectify these imperfections. At Silver Firs Dental, we will design a customized approach to address all of your aesthetic concerns at once using a wide assortment of cosmetic dentistry procedures. WHO CAN HAVE A SMILE MAKEOVER? If you are not happy with the aesthetics of your smile, you are a good candidate for a smile makeover. An ideal candidate is: WHAT IS INCLUDED IN A SMILE MAKEOVER? The treatments and procedures involved in your smile makeover will solely depend on what you desire to fix. We can improve nearly any feature of yours with up-to-date techniques. Some of the most preferred cosmetic dentistry treatments include: TEETH WHITENING Tooth discoloration is a part of aging, lifestyle habits, poor oral hygiene, and even taking specific medications. All of these can cause unappealing tooth stains. Our dentists perform both in-office and at-home teeth whitening options, so you can enhance your smile using the technique that’s most suitable for you. The take-home trays are fabricated using an impression of your teeth, which ensures wonderful results with the whitening gel. The in-office method can whiten your teeth up to eight shades in just one sitting. DENTAL VENEERS Veneers are thin shells glued over your natural teeth to cover imperfections such as cracks, chips, tooth gaps, and deep discoloration that cannot be corrected through teeth whitening. They can also make your teeth look more prominent, balance out teeth of different lengths, and address slightly crooked teeth. They are designed to match the shade of your existing teeth. DENTAL CROWNS Dental crowns can correct cracks, chips, uneven teeth and conceal gaps. They provide both cosmetic and functional benefits as they protect your entire tooth. DENTAL IMPLANTS These natural-looking tooth replacements also provide cosmetic and concrete benefits. Some patients are always concerned that their dentures will come loose at an inconvenient time. Dental implants eliminate that problem. The process involves a titanium post surgically fixed into your jawbone in place of your empty natural tooth root. The titanium implant and the bone will fuse together over several months, which will help strengthen your jaw bone and prevent bone recession. A dental crown is then secured over the post to create a synthetic tooth that looks and acts like your natural teeth. To get started on your smile makeovers, call our ‘Silver Firs Dental’ office and schedule an appointment with Dr. Parminderpal Singh and Dr. Gurinderpal Bajwa. You can reach us at (425) 225-5757.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures provide an excellent alternative for missing teeth. A gapped smile may cause feelings of stress, anxiety, and even embarrassment in some people. The implants hold the dentures securely and firmly in place, giving the appearance of a whole, healthy smile. Implants are permanent so that you can enjoy the benefits of implant-supported dentures for the rest of your life. At Silver Firs Dental, we provide our patients with implant-supported dentures to give them a reliable and solid alternative to dentures, dental bridges, and traditional dental implants.  WHAT ARE IMPLANT-SUPPORTED DENTURES? Implant-supported dentures use dental implants to anchor the device in place. The stability of the denture can be enhanced by using about two to four implants. Besides enhanced strength, these dentures improve; speech, chewing, and overall oral health. They also reduce gum irritation and provide greater comfort. WHAT ARE THE MERITS OF IMPLANT-SUPPORTED DENTURES? Implant-supported dentures provide a comfortable and long-lasting solution to replace your missing teeth. Some of their merits include the following: WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR IMPLANT-SUPPORTED DENTURES? Before we can start the actual procedure, we will systematically examine your gums to make sure that you do not have any gum disease that needs to be treated. In case you have an infection, we will treat it first before going ahead. Next, we will take X-rays to determine your jawbone density and find out if it is sufficient for supporting the implants. We will then capture an impression of your mouth along with other measurements. These details will be sent to the lab so they can fabricate your new set of artificial teeth to our precise specifications. When it is time for the implant process, we will first numb your gums by providing local anesthesia. Then, we will surgically place four small implants under your gum line. These implants will serve as support for your new set of teeth. Once they are firmly in place, we can snap in your dentures. These implants will help provide a firm foundation for your dentures to stay in place. If you would like to be fitted for implant-supported dentures, visit our office, Silver Firs Dental, or call us at (425) 225-5757 to schedule your appointment.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction can considerably improve your oral health by correcting problems with your teeth, gums, and jaw. It is largely recommended for people who have suffered severe trauma, disease, or infections of their oral cavity.  At Silver Firs Dental in Mill Creek, Washington, we perform full mouth reconstructions to rebuild and repair the look and function of your mouth using multiple procedures.  WHAT IS A FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION? A full mouth reconstruction characteristically involves combining restorative dentistry with esthetic dentistry. The scope is to restore the mouth’s health, function, and appearance.  The treatment is called full mouth reconstruction because it includes more than one cosmetic dental procedure. These procedures consist of various restorative appliances like dental crowns, bridges, fillings, dental implants, onlays, veneers, etc.  WHEN SHOULD YOU GET A FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION? Full mouth reconstruction is a practical solution for patients facing multiple oral health problems.  Although each patient will have their specific issues, some of the most common causes include: WHAT PROCEDURES ARE INCLUDED IN A FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION? The following procedures may be included, depending on your needs: If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction, visit the Silver Firs Dental office in Mill Creek, Washington, or call us at (425) 225-5757 to schedule your appointment.

Same-Day CEREC Crowns

Restorative dental treatments become essential for most people at some point in their lives. One of our most standard restorations here at Silver Firs Dental in Mill Creek, Washington, is the dental crown.  Nowadays, the dental crown procedure is safer, faster, and more efficient than ever before. Pioneering technology and advanced techniques have led to the advent of same-day CEREC crowns, which have modernized restorative treatment. WHAT IS A CEREC SAME-DAY CROWN? Regardless of their material, conventional crowns typically involve a lengthy process spread out over several appointments.  The CEREC system enables us to prepare your tooth and fabricate a porcelain crown within a single dental appointment.  After the tooth is reshaped, we use an intraoral camera and CEREC software technology to generate a digital impression and design your crown. The digital design process ensures an exact and comfortable fit. IS A CEREC CROWN RIGHT FOR YOU? Our dentists at Silver Firs Dental will be able to tell you whether a CEREC crown is the perfect solution during your first consultation. Primarily, we must determine how decayed or damaged your tooth is.  This usually includes a visual examination and X-rays or cone-beam CT scans.  Most patients in need of a traditional dental crown should also qualify for CEREC treatment. We recommend a CEREC same-day crown if you do not have the time for multiple appointments and want to spend fewer hours in the dental office.  WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE FOR CEREC SAME-DAY CROWNS? The CEREC procedure begins with tooth preparation. Local anesthesia is commonly used to numb the tooth area before reshaping the enamel.  Then, our dentists use a dental tool to remove a portion of the enamel and reshape it to accommodate the size and shape of the crown. The next step is to take an impression of the reshaped tooth. The CEREC impression process consists of an intraoral scanner, which captures multiple images of your teeth in seconds. The CEREC technology then combines these images into a single, three-dimensional representation of your teeth and gums. Next, we use the digital representation to design your new crown and send it to our CEREC milling unit. A well-fitting crown that matches the exact dimensions of our digital design is fabricated. Once the crown is ready, it will be checked for a proper fit, and if required, minor adjustments will be made. Once we are satisfied with its placement, we will permanently attach your crown into place using a strong adhesive. If you would like to know more about same-day dental crowns, our team at Silver Firs Dental in Mill Creek, Washington, is here to help. Call (425) 225-5757 to schedule your consultation today!

All On 4 Dental Implant

If you are looking for a total reconstruction of your smile, perhaps the All-on-4 technique is the right option for you. It enables the patients to receive a permanent dental appliance that is anchored to dental implants. The All-on- 4 dental implants are suitable even for patients who do not have enough jawbone mass. They use multiple implants fixed in planned locations in the jawbone to provide support to dental restoration. WHAT IS ALL-ON-4 DENTAL IMPLANT? The all-on-4 implant procedure is designed to support a complete denture on as few as four dental implants. This treatment is perfect for patients missing an entire row of teeth. The all-on-4 technique makes use of only four strategically placed implant posts. Two are placed vertically in the arch center out of four implants, with two angled implants in the back. Due to this strategic placement, patients who suffer from jawbone degeneration can also qualify for dental implants without having to undergo bone grafting or sinus lift surgery. In most cases, you can receive your customized denture the same day as the placement of your dental implants, providing immediate restoration. WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ALL ON 4 DENTAL IMPLANTS? WHAT IS ALL ON 4 PROCEDURES? People who have been wearing conventional dentures for years are ideal contenders for this procedure as it offers them a more permanent solution. The All on 4 treatments will be particularly attractive to patients who hate to visit dental offices. Though the procedure can be accomplished in a single day, it still needs prior planning. If necessary, the decayed, worn out, or damaged teeth can be extracted on the same day as the placement of the implants and the artificial teeth. On the day of the implant procedure, we will numb your gums with local anesthesia to ensure your comfort. Minor incisions are made in the gums to create space for the implants, and the titanium posts are inserted into the jawbone. At our dental office, we use advanced technology to help guide the accurate placement of the implants. The area of incisions is sutured after the implants are placed, and the dental restoration such as crowns or bridges is secured over them. All on Four technique procedure provides a great way to restore your smile. If interested, contact our office, Silver Firs Dental, today at (425) 225-5757 to set up an appointment. 

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