April 9, 2019

Doctor In Dentistry

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Our Fairbanks Dental Clinic Doctor is an American dental school graduate. Our dentist in Fairbanks is a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) level, along with one a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) level. A doctor with these degrees can offer clinic dentistry due to meeting both state and national licensing requirements.

Our doctor of dentistry proudly serves all of Hamilton Acres, South Fairbanks, Aurora, Westgate, Slaterville, Fort Wainwright, Lemeta, Bjerrmark and Totem Park. In case you're looking for a dental doctor to treat your children, you want to make sure you speak with our Fairbanks DMD or DDS (pediatric dentist).

What Can a Doctor of Dental Medicine or Dental Implants Do?

Doctors of Dental Medicine or Dental medical procedures can practice in several kinds of dentistries, private clinics, desperate cares and also as physicians. They can perform a variety of dental treatments and services. DDS and DMD licensure are capable of the following dental services:

  • Dental Evaluations or Tests
  • X-rays
  • Tooth Fillings
  • Crowns and Dental Implants
  • Root Canals along with Oral Procedures
  • Cosmetic Dentist Clinics such as Teeth Whitening and Dental Implants
  • Pediatric Dentist Services
  • Periodontist Services
  • Prosthodontist Services

A cosmetic dentist in Fairbanks can perform all kinds of oral surgeries and procedures. In the event you or your child is in need to see a Doctor of Dental Medicine or Dental Hygienist, be aware that she or he is in the hands of a true professional.

Dental Laboratory

Our Dental Laboratory in Fairbanks Alaska specializes in cosmetic dental implants as well as dental bridges. We have mastered the craft of design and fabrication. No matter if you live in South Fairbanks, Aurora, Hamilton Acres, Lemeta, Bjerrmark, Westgate, Fort Wainwright, Totem Park or Slaterville; our Fairbanks dental laboratory has you covered.

We have multiple years of knowledge in artistic and high-quality products that go above the industry norm. We are focused on providing the maximum quality in complete mouth cosmetic scenarios such as implant restorations.

We offer aggressive pricing for luxury dental laboratory quality and make an effort to provide a custom personalized service that gives you the very satisfaction and smile you have always wanted.

We take great pride in being one of the greatest dental laboratories in Fairbanks AK offering beautiful restorations. Give us a call now as our dental hygienist team looks forward to building a long lasting personal relationship with you.

Dental Radiology

When it comes to dental radiology in Fairbanks (or the surrounding areas of: South Fairbanks, Lemeta, Bjerrmark, Aurora, Fort Wainwright, Westgate, Totem Park, Hamilton Acres and Slaterville) what we are really talking about is actually the science of dental X-rays.

There are two main types of dental X-rays in Fairbanks: intraoral (the X-ray film is inside the mouth) and extraoral (the X-ray film is outside the mouth). Intraoral X-rays are definitely the absolute most common kind of X-ray. You can find plenty of kinds of intraoral x-rays. Every X-ray shows different aspects of your teeth.

Bite-wing X-rays show details of your upper and lower teeth in one part of the mouth area. Just about every bite-wing X-ray shows a tooth from the crown (the exposed surface) into the level of the supporting bone. Bite-wing X-rays detect decay between teeth and changes in the depth of bone caused by gum disease. Bite wing X-rays can additionally help determine the suitable size of a crown (a cap that completely encompasses a tooth) or other restorations (bridges, etc.). They can additionally see some wear or even breakdown of dental fillings.

Periapical X-rays show the complete tooth from your crown to beyond the root at which your tooth attaches into your jaw. Each periapical X-ray shows all teeth in one portion of either the upper or lower region of your jaw. Periapical X-rays detect any adjustments in the root along with surrounding bone constructions.

Occlusal X-rays monitor the development and placement of an entire arch of teeth in the top and lower jaw.

Intraoral X-rays are used to detect dental trouble in the jaw and skull.

There are Numerous Forms of Extraoral X-rays

Panoramic X-rays show your whole mouth's location of teeth in both the upper and lower jaws on a single X-ray. Panoramic X-rays find the position of fully emerged in addition to emerging teeth and can see affected teeth and help diagnose germs and/or infections.

Tomograms show a particular layer or slit of the mouth and blur out other layers. This X-ray examines inner buildings that are complicated to see because other nearby features of the mouth are blocking the view.

Cephalometric projections show a full facet of your mouth. This X-ray looks at your teeth in relation to the jaw along with a profile of your skull. Orthodontists use this X-ray to develop your special teeth realignment approach.

Another test that uses X-rays is called a sialogram. This test uses a dye, which is injected into the adrenal glands so they can be seen on X-ray film (salivary glands are a soft tissue that would not be seen with the X-ray). One of our Fairbanks Dentists might order this evaluation to look for salivary gland problems, including blockages, or Sjogren's Syndrome (a disorder with symptoms including dry mouth and eyes; this disorder can play a part in tooth decay).

Dental computed tomography (CT) is just a type of imaging that appears at interior structures in 3D. This type of imaging is used to find issues in the bones of their face including tumors, cysts and fractures.

Cone Beam CT is a type of X-ray that creates 3D images of dental structures, soft tissue nerves and bone. This helps direct tooth implant placement and evaluates cysts and tumors in your mouth and face. It also can identify issues in the gums, roots of teeth and jaws. Cone Beam CT is similar to regular dental CT in many ways. They produce accurate and high-quality images. However, the way images are taken is very different. The Cone Beam CT machine rotates around your head, capturing all data in one single rotation.

The traditional CT scan assembles flat pieces as the machine makes several revolutions around your head. This method also exposes you to a higher level of radiation. A special advantage of Cone Beam CT is that it can be used in a dentist's office. Dental computed CT equipment is only for sale in hospitals or imaging centers in Fairbanks.

Digital imaging is a 2D kind of dental imaging that allows images to be routed directly into a computer. The images can be viewed on screen, stored, or printed out in only a matter of seconds. Electronic imaging has other advantages in contrast with traditional X-rays. The image taken of the tooth, for example, can be enhanced and enlarged. This makes it much easier for your dentist to see the tiniest alterations that can not be seen in an oral exam.

Also, if necessary, images can be routed electronically to another dentist or specialist for a second opinion or even to a new dentist (in case of switching your current Fairbanks dental clinic). Digital imaging uses much less radiation compared to your standard X-rays.

MRI imaging is an imaging method that carries a 3D view of your oral cavity including both your jaw and teeth. This type of X-ray is ideal for soft tissue evaluations.

No matter what your dental radiology needs may be, our Fairbanks Dentist Center is ready and willing to help! Give us a call today as our dental hygienist are standing by.