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Procedures Offered by Next Century Dental, Implants and Orthodontics

At Next Century Dental, Implants & Orthodontics we perform a wide variety of services to help you get the smile you deserve. By leveraging today's advanced techniques and technology, we can restore your beautiful smile to help you maintain your youthful appearance. Whether you need to get a tooth filled, have crooked teeth, or need a complete smile makeover, we can offer a treatment plan that's right for you.

 

At Next Century Dental, Implants, and Orthodontics we offer many affordable payment plans. Contact our office to learn more about what we offer and read below to learn more about some of the procedures we offer.

 

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Dental Cleanings
Routine dental cleanings are important to maintaining good oral hygiene. Professional cleaning by a hygienist can remove mineralized plaque that may develop even with careful brushing and flossing, particularly in areas that are difficult to...
Dental Exams and X-Rays
Routine dental exams are important to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Additionally, they can help to avoid the financial costs associated with large treatment plans later on. The Academy of General Dentistry recommends twice yearly checkups...
Composite Fillings
When treating a cavity, the dentist will remove the decayed portion of your tooth and fill it with another substance. This procedure is called a filling. There are multiple options for the material to be used in the filling, the most common of...
Amalgam Fillings
Amalgam fillings, also known as silver-colored fillings, are made from a combination of metals such as tin, copper, silver and mercury. This combination of metals gives amalgam its renowned strength and durability. These fillings usually last...
Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy is treatment used to repair and save a tooth that has been infected due to a deep cavity or cracked tooth. The treatment involves removing the pulp and the nerves of the tooth, and cleaning the infected area. A tooth's...
Tooth Extractions
A dental extraction is the procedure to remove a tooth from your mouth. A dental extraction is most commonly required if one of your teeth is damaged beyond practical repair. The most common reasons for tooth extractions...
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Why do Wisdom Teeth need to be removed? Wisdom teeth are often extracted either before or after they come in.Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that most people get in their late teens or early twenties. Sometimes these teeth...
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Porcelain Crowns
Compared to fillings which just cover a small portion of a tooth, a crown (or cap) encases the entire visible portion of a tooth. In effect, the crown acts as the tooth's new outer surface.A dental crown is used when a tooth is broken or...
Teeth Whitening
Our teeth can discolor through the years as our enamel wears down. The wearing down of enamel allows dentin, a yellow color substance that makes the core of our teeth, to show through. This is what gives our teeth a yellowish tint. Teeth...
Dental Bridges
A dental bridge is a false tooth that is used to fill the gap created by missing tooth or teeth. A gap between your teeth can be potentially dangerous to your dental health, as it can cause your teeth to shift resulting in a change in your bite...
Dental Veneers
Dental veneers are thin custom made shells that cover the front surface of your tooth to improve their appearance. They are made of tooth colored materials and can be used to improve the color of teeth that have been worn down or stained....
Dental Bonding
Dental Bonding is a restoration procedure in which a tooth-colored resin is bonded to a tooth and cured with ultraviolet light. Bonding is faster and cheaper than veneers or crowns, and can thus be a good option to make small cosmetic...
Dental Inlays and Onlays
Dental inlays and onlays are a more conservative approach to tooth restoration than full crowns. The are used to repair rear teeth that have mild to moderate tooth decay, or for cracked teeth where the damage does not warrant a dental crown....
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Dental Implants
Dental implants are becoming an increasingly popular method for replacing missing teeth. In this procedure, titanium supports are surgically fused with your jawbone, and act as an anchor for naturally looking false teeth. Dental implants are not...
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What is Orthodontics?
Orthodontics is the specialty of dentistry concerned with the straightening of teeth to correct functional or cosmetic issues. Using specially designed and fitted appliances, constant and gentle pressure is applied to the teeth causing them to...
Why wear Braces?
There are several good reasons for wearing braces. They promote good health for your teeth and gums and also provide a pleasing appearance. Straight teeth are easier to brush and floss than crooked teeth. Failure to clean your teeth properly can...
Braces for Adults
Many people often associate braces with kids and young teens. The truth is that braces are actually becoming quite popular amongst young adults as well as adults. Braces serve as a tool to help correct improper bite problems and create a...
Braces for Children
Your child is never too young to get consulted by an orthodontist for whether or not he/she will need braces. Although most children get braces between the ages of 11 to 15, there are cases where younger children get them as well. Once the adult...
Taking care of your Braces
Getting braces is the easy part; however maintaining them requires some work. To ensure that your treatment flows smoothly it is essential that you follow these guidelines. Eating Many patients worry that because they have braces they can no...
Soreness
Braces generally don’t hurt, however they will make your mouth sore for a few days. The soreness stems from the added pressure on your teeth which allows them to shift. The good thing is that this pain doesn’t last for too long!...
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When should my child first see the dentist?
Our office, as well as the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, recommends that your child visit the Dentist by his/her 1st birthday.   All children 12 years and under are treated in a separate area of the office designed to see our...
Pediatric Sedation Options
Here are some sedation options available to accommodate your child:   Nitrous Oxide Nitrous oxide, also know as laughing gas, helps patients relax during their dental visits.   It is given through a small breathing mask which is...
Brushing and Flossing
Children's hands and mouths are different than adults. They need to use toothbrushes designed for children. Both adults and children should use brushes with soft, rounded bristles for gentle cleaning. Change to a new brush about every three...
Tooth Eruption
The first baby teeth that usually come into the mouth are the two bottom front teeth. On average you will notice this when your baby is about six to eight months old. Next to follow will be the four upper front teeth and the remainder of your...
Early Childhood Tooth Decay
What Causes Tooth Decay?   Several specific types of bacteria that live on the teeth cause decay. When sugar is consumed, the bacteria normally found in the mouth use the sugar and then manufacture acids that dissolve the teeth and...
Pulpotomy
When a deep cavity has reached the nerve of the tooth, in order to maintain a healthy, non-infected primary (baby) tooth, it is necessary to complete a pulpotomy. In completing a pulpotomy, the decay is removed, the infected part of the nerve...
Sealants
Sealants protect the depressions and grooves of your teeth from accumulating food particles and plaque that brushing and flossing can't reach. Sealants are easy to apply, taking only a few minutes to complete for each tooth. After cleaning...