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ClearCorrect Invisible Braces

ClearCorrect invisible braces are the clear and simple way to straighten your teeth so you can show off your smile! Looking for an alternative to metal braces? ClearCorrect is the clear and simple choice. No wires. No brackets. Just clear, convenient comfort—every reason to smile. With ClearCorrect, your dentist or orthodontist can straighten your teeth using a series of clear, custom, removable aligners. Each aligner moves your teeth just a little bit at a time until you eventually get straight teeth.

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Laser Surgery (soft tissue)

If Dr. Vahid determines you are a candidate for soft tissue laser surgery, patients can take advantage of some of the best health care technology the modern dental surgery world has to offer. Laser surgery is efficient, reliable and effective.


How it Works

A highly focused laser beam vaporizes problematic soft by focusing its power on the trouble spot. This area can be as tiny as 0.1 mm, but is most commonly around 0.4 mm. Soft-tissue laser surgery uses different wavelengths than that of hard-tissue laser surgery that takes place on teeth and bones. It also differs from the laser surgery commonly used on eyes.

Because a laser beam has natural sterilization capability, it is ideal for dental surgery. It eliminates fungi, bacteria and viruses, all of which means that the patient’s risk of infection and recovery time decrease.

Laser surgery can also be used to cauterize small blood vessels and lymphatics, which decrease swelling and get you out of the dentist chair and back to your life.

One of the most common dental fields where soft tissue lasers are being utilized today is in the field of periodontics (gum surgery). Where traditional methods require cutting with a blade, lasers eliminate the need for cutting. This facilitates and speeds up the healing process after the surgery. In addition, there is less post-operative pain associated with laser surgery.

Low Risk, High Success Rate
In short, soft tissue laser surgery is minimally invasive, highly successful and has low associated risk. Dr. Vahid is well versed in soft tissue laser surgery and uses it in a variety of applications based on your individual circumstances.

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What can I expect at my first visit?

Our office goes above and beyond to make your first visit as smooth and painless as possible. At your first appointment, the 60-90 minute session will include:


Digital panoramic x-ray or a digital full mouth set of x-rays:
These images gives us a good view of all the hard tissue of your oral cavity. panoramic x-rays take less than one minute to complete and greatly reduces the amount of radiation to which our patients are exposed. We like to update this x-ray every 5 years. however, not all dental conditions can be diagnosed using panoramic x-rays. A full mouth set of x-rays is recommended in most cases where panoramic x-rays fall short. This is a 22 set of x-rays which cover all the dentition in the oral cavity. Our dentists will determine as to which x-rays should be taken.

Complete full-mouth charting of your gums: A vital component of checking for and monitoring gum disease and overall oral health is measuring "attachment loss." We want to be sure that your teeth have the appropriate bone and tissue support to allow for proper oral and systemic health. They'll take measurements for each tooth while an assistant records them in your file.

Comprehensive oral examination: Our doctors will analyze the information we've gathered and perform an oral exam to get the most accurate picture of your health. They'll then discuss their findings with you and go over what, if any, further treatment is suggested before your next cleaning. They will also address and questions or concerns you may have.

Thorough dental cleaning: One of our qualified hygienists or doctors will finish up by scaling and polishing your teeth. If it has been a while since your last dental visit, a more intensive cleaning may be needed. The doctor will determine this before they begin and discuss your options with you if more advanced work is required. Once they're done we'll set you up with your next appointment and have you on your way!

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Digital panoramic x-ray or a digital full mouth set of x-rays: These images gives us a good view of all the hard tissue of your oral cavity. panoramic x-rays take less than one minute to complete and greatly reduces the amount of radiation to which our patients are exposed. We like to update this x-ray every 5 years. however, not all dental conditions can be diagnosed using panoramic x-rays. A full mouth set of x-rays is recommended in most cases where panoramic x-rays fall short. This is a 22 set of x-rays which cover all the dentition in the oral cavity. Our dentists will determine as to which x-rays should be taken.

Complete full-mouth charting of your gums: A vital component of checking for and monitoring gum disease and overall oral health is measuring "attachment loss." We want to be sure that your teeth have the appropriate bone and tissue support to allow for proper oral and systemic health. They'll take measurements for each tooth while an assistant records them in your file.

Comprehensive oral examination: Our doctors will analyze the information we've gathered and perform an oral exam to get the most accurate picture of your health. They'll then discuss their findings with you and go over what, if any, further treatment is suggested before your next cleaning. They will also address and questions or concerns you may have.

10% Off 6 Month Smiles Clear Braces
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$350 Zoom Instant Whitening
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Teeth Whitening

Whether you use an at-home tooth-whitening system or bleach, or have your teeth bleached by a professional, you can prolong the results by flossing and brushing daily. Also, avoid acidic and tannin-rich foods and beverages such as:


•    White and red wine
•    Black teas and coffee
•    Sports drinks
•    Carbonated beverages (soda, whether light or dark)
•    Berries and other darkly colored foods
•    Sauces such as soy, tomato, curries

To be sure tooth-whitening is worth your time and money, talk to your dentist before you use an over-the-counter tooth whitening kit.

Tooth bleaching can make teeth temporarily sensitive and can be uncomfortable for people who already have sensitive teeth. When used incorrectly, home kits can even cause to burned or even temporarily bleached gums so consult your we recommend professional treatment.


Tooth-whitening works best for people with yellow teeth and is less effective for people with brown teeth. If your teeth are gray or purple, tooth bleaching probably won't work at all.

  • Dental Whitening - Zoom - Teeth Whitening - Denville, NJ

Bleaching is also another cosmetic procedure that makes your teeth whiter. The bleach penetrates into the enamel pores of the teeth removing any color pigments accumulation as a result of habits such as smoking, drinking coffee or red wine. Many times, cosmetic dentistry involves many different procedures (such as crowns, white fillings, implants and bridges) which are combined to enhance your smile.

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Veneers

Today, there is no reason to be self conscious about your smile. Many technologies exist to improve your appearance. Cosmetic dentistry simply refers to any procedure that makes your smile even more beautiful.


Veneers

Veneers are thin porcelain plates that are cemented on the outside of mostly the front teeth to make them look white, straight and beautiful. They require minimal shaping of your teeth as opposed to crowns which require much more drastic shaping of your teeth.

If your teeth are stained, uneven, crooked, uneven, misshapen, too fat or too thin, you can greatly benefit from veneers. If they are chipped or worn from grinding or bonded with old, discolored filling material they can also help.

Veneers have a longer life expectancy and color stability than bonding. They last about 15 years and are highly resistant to permanent staining from coffee, tea and even cigarette smoking.

Opting for porcelain veneers can be it is a truly life-changing experience. However, it is important to remember that not everyone is an ideal veneer candidate.

 

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Crowns

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a damaged tooth to cover the tooth and restore its shape and size, strength, and appearance. Crowns, when cemented into place, fully enclose the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies above the gum line.

Crowns may be necessary in the following situations:

• To protect a weak or decayed tooth from breaking or to hold together parts of a cracked tooth
• To restore a broken tooth or a tooth that has been severely worn down
• To secure a dental bridge
• To cover and support a tooth with a large filling when there isn't a lot of viable tooth left
• To cover unattractive, misshapen or severely discolored teeth
• To enclose a dental implant
• To make a cosmetic modification


Crowns (caps) are ideal for restoring teeth with larger fractures where a filling falls short. A crown covers the entire tooth whereas a filling is placed in the affected tooth. Crowns can be made from a variety of materials ranging from white porcelain to gold. Bridges are used to replace missing teeth in “fixed” manner as opposed to denture which is removable.

Crowns are often necessary when decay has caused so much damage to the tooth that not enough natural structure remains for it to survive on its own. The crown replaces the decayed area and gives the remaining natural tooth protection.

  • Dental crown procedure video


Root canal therapy on posterior teeth is often finished by using a crown because these teeth are often too weak after therapy and need the protection. Faulty or damaged implants can also be restored with crowns. Crowns can also be a cosmetic option, used to change the appearance of a person’s tooth when other aesthetic options are financially or dentally undesirable.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are titanium fixtures that are placed in the jawbone with the goal of replacing missing teeth or anchoring removable dentures in order to get more stability. Once the bone heals around the implant a crown will be attached to the implant.

An unfortunate reality of life is that we sometimes lose teeth through injury, disease, improper care, or advanced age. However, thanks to modern dental technology, available through AV Dental Associates, missing teeth can be quickly and easily replaced with Dental Implants at our Jersey City office.


A natural tooth is comprised of a root, holding it in place, and a crown, the visible portion used for chewing. A dental implant is essentially the same, consisting of a titanium “root” anchored into the jaw bone, and a crown that is nearly identical in appearance and function to a real tooth. Many patients and dental professionals agree; dental implants easily surpass dentures as a solution to missing teeth.


Dr. Vahid, who holds a great deal of experience in the field of dental implants, offers both traditional implants, as well as the new All-on-4 Dental Implant procedure. This revolutionary system is a fantastic alternative to dentures because it can support a full-arch prothesis on just four implants. That means fewer visits, and a lower cost for you.

 

There are two types of implants:
• Endosteal (in the bone): This is the most commonly used type of implant and can include various types with screws, cylinders or blades surgically placed into the jawbone. Each implant holds one or more prosthetic teeth and this type of implant is generally used as an alternative for patients with bridges or removable dentures.
• Subperiosteal (on the bone): These implants are placed on top of the jaw with the metal framework's posts protruding through the gum to hold the prosthesis. They are often used for patients who are unable to wear conventional dentures and who have minimal bone height.

There’s no need to let missing teeth cause you embarrassment or discomfort. Call us today at (201) 484-7759 to see if dental implants are right for you.