Our Services

Our friendly dental team uses gentle techniques to keep your teeth and gum healthy. We have a dedicated hygiene department to take care of routine teeth and gum cleaning. We offer examinations, teeth cleanings, checkups, x-rays, fillings, gum care early detection of cavities and other oral problems.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Restore your smile to its natural luster. Patients with natural teeth that are discolored due to age, smoking or other reasons are good candidates for Dr. Ojjeh's professional-strength take-home teeth whitening kits.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

A beautiful smile can change your life; improving your confidence, boosting your career, social life and romance. Dr. Ojjeh offers many cosmetic procedures. This includes whitening, implant restorations, porcelain veneers, realistic-looking crowns or bridgework.

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Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers

With minimal preparations; Veneers are ideal for teeth that are too small, too big, or have uneven surfaces. Porcelain veneers have a lifelike appearance with the strength, beauty and durability that only porcelain restorations can offer.

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Ceramic inlays & Onlays

Inlays & Onlays

Silver fillings are composed of mixture of silver and mercury (the most toxic metal on the planet), many studies revealed the harm and toxicity of silver fillings to the human body. Silver fillings are becoming phased out and banned from most western and European countries.

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Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding

Teeth with flaws such as chips, cracks and gaps can be corrected with dental bonding. Dr. Ojjeh will match the high-quality bonding material to your teeth, giving you a beautiful, natural smile.

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Night Guard

Night Guard

Jaw and bite problems sometimes can lead to headaches, muscle strains, neck aches and other pains due to subconsciously grinding teeth while asleep. Night guards, which are designed to reduce or eliminate the ill effects caused by teeth clenching or grinding.

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Dental Implants

Dental Implants

An implant is an artificial tooth that’s anchored in the jawbone to replace a missing tooth. Dental implants can also be used by Dr. Ojjeh to securely support a dental bridge. Implants have high success rates up to 98%.

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Ceramic inlays & Onlays

Crown Replacement

All ceramic and zirconia crowns are top of the line restorations. They are digitally designed, and computer-aided fabricated to a perfect fit. All ceramic crowns have the highest bio-compatibility to human body among dental restorations, they don’t cause any allergic reactions nor unappealing dark lines along the gum-line. Crown replacement is minimally invasive, pain-free procedure.

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we care about you

We Care About You

Do you want to live 10 years longer and healthier?

Let us help you keep healthy teeth and gum!

Many studies show that having healthy teeth & gums extend life by at least 10 years. Having unhealthy teeth and gums is linked to many systemic diseases, some of which are listed below.

Gum disease starts with the accumulation of plaque build up on the teeth when inadequate oral hygiene of brushing and flossing is performed.

The buildup of plaque leads to the inflammation and bleeding of gums, which allows bacteria on the plaque to enter the bloodstream and circulate around the body.

The bacteria cause inflammation and buildup in the arteries leading to blockage, some of the buildup may break off the wall of the artery and becomes a blood clot that may travel via the bloodstream and causing a stroke.

Gum-disease has been found to affect patients with diabetes.

A study by the U.S. National Institute of Diabetes and Kidney Disease found a link between the severity and progression of gum disease and mortality in diabetes patients.

The study found that gum disease has two-way effect on diabetes; patients with diabetes have increased risk of gum disease, and with gum disease there is high risk of inflammation worsening blood-sugar control.

Studies showed links between healthy gum and teeth and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, or COPD.

COPD is a respiratory disease and condition whose main cause is cigarette-smoking.

Bacteria from inflamed and infected gum can reach to lung tissues causing frequent bouts of infections in patients with COPD, according to the American Academy of Periodontology.

Studies have shown that people with less teeth and severe gum disease have higher mortality rate than people without gum disease.

In fact, people with sever gum diseases are twice as likely to die, of any cause, before the age of 64 compared to those with healthy gum.

According to researchers; higher rates of premature birth among women with periodontal disease have been found.

The University of Alabama conducted research hormone that showed infection of the gum triggers and increase in the levels of the hormone prostaglandin and other compounds that induce labour.

The study demonstrated the reduction of premature birth by 84% for women who received gum treatment known as deep cleaning.

One of the major side effect of gum disease is the loss of bone around the teeth, and the loss of soft-tissue attached to teeth leading to teeth loss.

Severe bone loss around the teeth due to gum disease has been suggested as a sign in some patients of condition known as osteoporosis.

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