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Frequently Asked Questions

Restoring smiles and improving the oral health and appearance of our patient’s teeth is everyone’s number one priority at Imagine Dental.

At Imagine Dental, we receive many questions from patients new to our office and practice areas. Below are a few of the most frequently asked dental questions we regularly hear.

Why should I use Imagine Dental for my dental healthcare?

The team of dental healthcare specialists at Imagine Dental stays on the leading edge of dental care with ongoing training and certification to expand their technical skills. They take pride in offering their patients advanced tools and techniques in a pleasant healthcare office to ensure the highest quality of dental care.

We are delighted to offer our patients the convenience of full-service, highly professional dental care in their warm and patient-friendly office. From digital x-rays to cleaning to whitening, the entire professional staff is equipped to offer the full range of dental care. So, whether you need full arch or dental implants, reconstructive dentistry, bridges, crowns or dentures – or whether you want your teeth whitened or need relief from sleep apnea, our team at Imagine Dental is an experienced, compassionate group of dental healthcare professionals who can take care of all your dental health needs.

Why should I visit a prosthodontist?

Prosthodontics is a higher level of dental care than general dentistry and is the dental specialty devoted to restoring and replacing teeth. Prosthodontists specialize in the restoration and replacement of missing teeth and are specialists for veneers, crowns, bridges, dentures, complex reconstructions and dental implants.

What is the difference between an Endodontist and a Periodontist?

Endodontists are the specialists most commonly known for root canal procedures and should be seen if your dental pulp becomes diseased or injured. A periodontist is a specialist who focuses on your teeth’s supporting structures as well as the diseases and conditions that result in tooth loss.

When would I need an Oral Surgeon?

If you experience an injury to your face, jaws or the hard and soft tissues of your mouth, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon is recommended. Oral surgeons treat the anatomical area of the mouth, jaws, face, skull and associated structures. Oral surgeons can also diagnose and treat oral cysts, tumors, cleft palate, incorrect bites and temporomandibular (TMJ) disorders.

What does an Orthodontist do?

Orthodontists focus on the treatment of malocclusions (improper bites) and crooked teeth. They use braces, removable appliances and aligner trays to move teeth and redirect jaw growth.

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