In this post from Allen Park Dental Care we focus on the preparation required for a dental implant. A dental implant, if you haven’t heard, is a state-of-the-art tooth replacement, and one of the great advances in the field of dentistry. A dental implant is a titanium post inserted into the jawbone. A single implant […]
There is more than one way to fix a tooth. If you are the lucky owner of perfectly healthy teeth, you may never need any of these procedures. Most of us, though, will need to restore a tooth eventually. At Allen Park Dental Care, we can help. These procedures address many issues: 1. Dental Bonding […]
Malocclusion is the technical word for crooked teeth. When you consider all the how many teeth are in the average human mouth, it is not surprising that malocclusion can present itself in many forms. The number of configurations may surprise you: When teeth slant forward, it is called upper protrusion, but this is commonly, if […]
Too-small teeth. Misshapen teeth. Cracked teeth. Chipped teeth. Spacing irregularities. These problems are all-too-common. But you don’t have to live with them! With the advances in cosmetic dentistry, there are fixes for these vexing tooth problems! 1. Veneers. (Also called dental laminates or porcelain veneers). These extremely thin shells are custom-made so the size, shape, […]
Drs. Greg & Joanne Szalai can fix a chipped tooth in a jiffy by determining the right solution and expertly preforming the procedure. Decay, missing teeth, braces, and even crowns can impact the course of treatment.
Hello Allen Park! Remember when being a toothless five-year-old captivated friends and family? When a lisp was considered precious and endearing? Doesn’t really work for adults in the Detroit area. Toothless smiles are embarrassing and lisps can make you self-conscious.
Inlays and onlays are a type of restorative dentistry used successfully at Szalai & Szalai DDS in Detroit. They are usually bigger than conventional fillings yet smaller than complete dental crowns.
When a tooth has decay or has been damaged, restorative dentistry is needed to ‘restore’ the tooth to its previous intact condition. A dental filling is one of the most common and well-known types of restorations.