Services

General Dental Health

Good dental health starts during childhood and continues throughout your life. The best method to avoid tooth decay and other oral issues is to be diligent when it comes to preventive dental care. If you have to think about how long it’s been since your last teeth cleaning, then it’s probably been too long. Read More »

Porcelain Veneers

Getting porcelain dental veneers is one of the most popular procedures in cosmetic dentistry because they offer a natural looking way to restore the appearance of teeth that are misshapen, chipped, or stained. If you want to change your smile from drab to dazzling, porcelain veneers are the way to go. Read More »

Crowns and Bridges

Porcelain crowns are an ideal way to restore a tooth that is damaged, chipped or stained. They are custom-fitted to your teeth and blended to match with surrounding teeth for a natural, comfortable result. Dr. Polasky can significantly change the shape, contour, size and color of your teeth and completely change your smile by placing crowns on your teeth. Cosmetic crowns feel comfortable and natural in your mouth and can dramatically improve your smile. Read More »

Implants

For many people, loose or missing teeth are an unfortunate reality. More than 50 million Americans are missing at least one of their own natural teeth due to tooth decay, advanced periodontal disease, genetics or trauma.  For these individuals, chewing, talking and even smiling can be difficult, painful and frustrating. You may be a good candidate for dental implants, a dental bridge or a tooth bridge to restore your smile if you have loose or missing teeth. Those open spaces from missing teeth can diminish even the most brilliant smile as well as cause other more serious problems. Dr. Polasky can work with you to identify the best solution for you to restore the beauty and function of your smile. Read More »

Removable Partials

For the patient who is missing teeth, but would prefer not to have an implant bridge, a partial denture is an alternative to consider. A removable partial is an appliance held in place by your existing teeth and gums and with a pink or gum colored plastic and metal structure that connects them. Partial dentures look like your natural teeth and are comprised of strong and comfortable material. A partial fills in the space created by missing teeth and makes your smile complete.  Removable partial dentures attach to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called attachments. Precision attachments are generally more pleasing in appearance than metal clasps and they are nearly invisible. Read More »

Complete Dentures

Due to tooth decay and loss that can happen with age, complete dentures may be necessary. Complete dentures are removable prosthetics for missing teeth that are custom made out of an acrylic resin. Dentures are used to replace teeth where there are no teeth remaining. Implants can be put in place to anchor a complete set of dentures. Dentures help give you the ability to properly chew your food which is a difficult task when teeth are missing. They may also improve speech and help prevent a sagging face by providing support for your lips and cheeks. If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, whether from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, complete dentures can replace your missing teeth and give you back your smile. Replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance, your health and even how you feel about yourself. Read More »

Whitening

Whitening your teeth is the single most important non-invasive cosmetic change you can make to greatly improve your looks. Long-lasting teeth whitening results can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile and give your teeth a fresher, whiter appearance. Having brighter, whiter teeth has never been easier or more affordable whether you select a professional strength, take home whitening system or choose one of our in-office services. Read More »

Invisalign®

Choosing to straighten your teeth is a big decision that affects not only your appearance, but your self esteem as well as your level of confidence. As an adult you may hope to improve your smile for business or social reasons.  Perhaps you are a teen or the parent of a teen hoping to avoid the brackets, wires and restrictions associated with traditional braces.
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