Preventive Wellness and Maintenance.
Regular dental visits and daily oral hygiene are the cornerstones of maintaining your overall health. We each have unique dental care needs. Children, young adults, those with orthodontia, crown and bridgework, porcelain veneers, and implants need routine preventive care. We strongly believe that we need to assist you in the maintenance of your dental investment and health.
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Dr. Edeer and our dental hygienist are members of the American Association of Oral Systemic Health AAOSH. Science is proving every day that preventive dentistry and the elimination of dental infections and inflammation is effective in lowering the C-reactive protein level in the blood which in turn may lower the risks of heart disease, diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis and complications during pregnancy.
Some of the most common options to correct oral health problems include:
Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy - Gum disease is a common most often painless condition, typically found in adults however, it is becoming more common to see it in teenagers. It is the number one cause of adult tooth loss, and inflammation that has been linked to many serious health conditions. We offer scaling and root planing, and other non-surgical gum therapy to help you eliminate inflammation and maintain healthy gums. Our Dental Hygienist Eileen has a background of working in Periodontal specialty practices as well as a great deal of experience in General and Prosthodontic practices. She holds a permit from the State of New Jersey to administer local anesthesia when necessary to keep you comfortable during any procedure.
Protective Night Guards - Bruxism (clenching or grinding of your teeth, especially during sleep) can cause damage to dental work and jaw pain. Your teeth pay the price with wear and tear or fractures in your teeth and dental restorations. Most of the time, you are not even aware that you are doing it. A comfortable, convenient, custom-made oral appliance can absorb the pressure, protecting your smile, dental investment and your TMJ.
Snoring, waking up multiple times, mouth breathing and clenching may also be a sign of Sleep Apnea which can lead to serious long term health issues such as high blood pressure and dementia. Missing back teeth can be a factor. A mouth appliance may be all you need to keep your jaw in place and keep your airway open and reduce or eliminate snoring.
Let the dedicated, caring team at Aesthetic Smile Design help you restore and protect your health. Call us at (862) 766-6363
and schedule an appointment today. You will be glad you did!