Muttontown dental office
If you are searching for a Muttontown dental office, look no further than the office of Warren Baine, DMD, which proudly serves Muttontown and all of its surrounding areas. We understand that non-surgical gum therapy is a complicated subject, but we are here to answer any questions you may have so that you can confidently make informed decisions regarding the future of your oral hygiene. You can trust our friendly and experienced staff members, who use only state of the art technology and the most modern techniques in non surgical gum therapy procedures.
After just one conversation with any of our team members, you might even start to consider yourself an expert in non surgical gum therapy. Warren Baine, DMD is prepared to give you all of the information you need, so that you will know you don’t need to look to any other Muttontown dental office for your gum therapy . Another term for gum disease is periodontal disease, which essentially encapsulates any and all diseases that cause infections in the tissues that support your teeth. Broadly speaking, the more severe a given patient’s disease is, the more the damaged tissues in your mouth develop deeper pockets. You can rest easy knowing that we will help make the process of non surgical gum therapy as simple and comfortable as possible. Our top quality procedures can help alleviate you of all your dental worries, and will have you smiling the whole way home.
Contact Dr. Warren Baine, DMD today for a consultation, or peruse our easy to access website for more information and high quality photographs of our beautiful, comfortable office. We are ready to become your lifelong Muttontown dental office, whether you are seeking gum therapy or any other smile related treatment. Now more than ever, it is important to take care of your mouth.
Muttontown dental implants
You want to fill that empty space where you used to have a tooth, and with our Muttontown dental implants, you can do so with a replacement that looks, feels, and even acts like your other teeth. There’s a good reason for that: they are made to mimic real teeth.
You might be considering a bridge or partial dentures, and while they will do a good job, our Muttontown dental implants are head and shoulders above them. Those other more traditional solutions only give you a prosthetic tooth that sits atop your gums. There is nothing anchoring it to your jaw, as is the case with natural teeth. And because of that, a fixed bridge needs to be held in place to your surrounding teeth, requiring the loss of tooth material from those neighboring teeth. Similarly, partial dentures need dental adhesive to keep them in place. And that is still not 100% reliable. Dentures can slide when you chew or speak. Our Muttontown dental implants don’t move. And they don’t affect your other teeth. They consist of two basic parts. First is the titanium post that is surgically placed in your jaw. The other is the tooth-colored crown that is cemented to the top of it. When the post is put in, there is a period of several months during which your bone tissue grows around and fuses with it. This creates a durable and dependable bond. And with proper care, there is every reason to expect an implant to last a long time, even for life. That’s an exciting prospect. And for replacing all of the teeth on one jaw, implants can even be used as a foundation for a newer and more advanced type of dentures.
Most people are good candidates for implants. Call us and arrange a convenient time to come in and be evaluated to see if they’re right for you.
Are you concerned about the health and appearance of your smile due to the debilitating effects of periodontitis? Gum disease can spread more rapidly than many of us realize, causing vast levels of destruction to all areas of a patient’s smile without creating a single moment of pain. This means that patients often experience damaged gum lines before they ever even notice they are experiencing the symptoms of an oral diseases. Periodontitis needs to be treated as soon as possible before loss of gum lines leads to loss of teeth and bone. Fortunately, you can always find the care you need with cosmetic tissue grafting from the state of the art practice of Warren Baine, DMD.
Cosmetic Tissue Grafting
Cosmetic tissue grafting is a process used to treat ailing gum lines from periodontitis or even the simple lack of healthy gum lines due to a genetic disorder. An adequate amount of gums are an absolute necessity in order to keep teeth healthy and strong. When mild gingivitis turns into destructive periodontitis, the first aspect of your smile to be affected are the linings of your gums where they meet the surface of your teeth. High bacteria levels turn against your smile to eat away at the gum lines, causing a gap to form between the edge of your gums and your teeth. This gap causes the roots of your teeth to become exposed to the outside world. Unlike the crowns of your teeth, the roots are not protected by dentin or enamel, and can be easily subject to decay and loss. Your doctor works to prevent this problem from ever happening to you with a gingival graft taken from the roof your mouth. By taking the graft from your own body, your doctor works to insure fast healing times with minimal complications and easy acceptance. Once the graft has been acquired, the soft tissue is secured to the lining of your gums where current gum lines are inadequate. This procedure not only works to immediately repair gum lines, but the soft tissue graft itself actually works to actively encourage new gum line growth for naturally healthy gums that will protect your teeth and jaw bones from harm for a smile that is as healthy as it is beautiful.
For the very best in cosmetic soft tissue grafting, be sure to visit the experts at the welcoming offices of Warren Baine, DMD. Our fully licensed and professionally trained staff have been proudly serving your local community for over 30 years with the latest advancements in oral health care technology and procedure to treat patients of all ages and levels of need. With gum line grafts from Warren Baine, DMD, your smile can be returned to picture perfect health once more.
302 Ivy Hill Court,
Muttontown, New York 11753