It's time to smile again
Everyday more and more people choose to improve the look, feel and function of their smile. It’s about being healthy and comfortable. We believe it’s more than just cosmetic, it's complete dentistry. Dr. Ladani and his team take special satisfaction by helping patients create the beautiful smile of their dreams. He believes that the key to predictably creating a great smile is to have clear and open communication between his patients, a unique Specialist Team, and his laboratory.
Consider Invisalign to get the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted — without braces.
Choosing to straighten your teeth is a big decision that affects not only your appearance, but your lifestyle as well. Dr. Ladani is a Certified Invisalign® Provider.
As an adult, you may be looking to improve your smile for business and social reasons, or even for a special occasion like your wedding day. Or perhaps you're a teen or the parent of a teen looking for an effective yet modern-day solution. Either way, Invisalign® and Invisalign Teen® can provide a simple way to accomplish this without having to put your life on hold. Take a moment to learn more about the entire Invisalign treatment process and how it can help you. A complimentary consultation with Dr. Ladani can determine if Invisalign is right for you.
Invisalign is clear and practically invisible. - Unobtrusive in business meetings or social gatherings - No metal wires or bands to irritate your mouth - Most people won't notice you're wearing aligners Over one million patients, many whom are adults, have benefited from Invisalign. Invisalign offers the clinical outcomes people want, all with a removable appliance that's virtually undetectable when worn. It's an ideal solution for most adults.
What do aligners look like? Aligners are clear and nearly invisible. If you've ever seen clear teeth-whitening trays that should give you a good idea of what the aligners look like. Invisalign aligners are custom-made to fit and move your teeth.
Will the treatment be painful? Each time you change to a new aligner, there may be some temporary discomfort while your teeth adjust to their new position. This is completely normal and is a good sign that the treatment is working.
Will wearing Invisalign aligners affect my speech? Some people are affected more than others, but most adjust in a short period of time to the feeling of the aligners and do not have permanent changes in their speech.
How often will I have to wear my aligners? Invisalign only works while you're wearing the aligners. It's recommended that you wear your aligners full-time, day and night, except to eat, brush, and floss your teeth.
What happens after treatment to prevent my teeth from moving again? This varies person to person and depends on the outcome of the treatment. Some patients might need a positioner, or conventional retainer. Other patients might need a clear plastic retainer.
How much does Invisalign cost? There are many factors that determine the cost of your Invisalign treatment: how extensive the issues you want corrected, how long your treatment plan will last, and the specific treatment details prescribed by Dr. Ladani.
If you are like most of our patients, you want a whiter, fresher looking smile but you don’t necessarily want the discomfort, sensitivity and cost that can come with traditional, in-office tooth whitening. That is why, in addition to in-office whitening, we give you all the same benefits with a custom fitted take-home kit. We will recommend the speed and dental whitening for your sensitivity level and needs
Do you have uneven teeth? Want a smile makeover?
Full mouth restorations, also known as full mouth reconstruction or rejuvenation, blends the science of functional dentistry with the artistry of esthetic dentistry and the knowledge of natural anatomy, physiology and function to create smiles that are functionally sound, long lasting, physically healthy and visually appealing. In the end, you will have a beautiful smile, a healthy bite and a renewed feeling of freedom and confidence.
Full-mouth rehabilitation can be used to solve a variety of dental problems, including:
Pain or soreness in teeth, gums or jaw
Decay in most or all teeth
Severly worn or shortened teeth
Teeth that are cracked, chipped or broken
Crowns or bridges that crack or break
An overbite or protruding jaw
Crooked or misshapen teeth
A narrow or "gummy" smile
Headaches or migraines
Dental veneers (sometimes called porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve your appearance. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size, or length.
Dental veneers can be made from porcelain or from resin composite materials. Porcelain veneers resist stains better than resin veneers and better mimic the light reflecting properties of natural teeth. You will need to discuss the best choice of veneer material for you with your dentist.
What Types of Problems Do Dental Veneers Fix?
Veneers are routinely used to fix:
- Teeth that are discolored -- either because of root canal treatment; stains from tetracycline or other drugs, excessive fluoride or other causes; or the presence of large resin fillings that have discolored the tooth
- Teeth that are worn down
- Teeth that are chipped or broken
- Teeth that are misaligned, uneven, or irregularly shaped (for example, have craters or bulges in them)
- Teeth with gaps between them (to close the space between these teeth)
Gum depigmentation, also known as gum bleaching, is a laser procedure used in cosmetic dentistry to lighten or remove black spots or patches on the gums consisting of melanin. Melanin in skin is very common in inhabitants in many parts of the world due to genetic factors.
Ask Dr. Ladani about laser dentistry and how this amazing technology can make your cosmetic dental treatments comfortable.
You can have a gorgeous, healthy smile
A gummy smile, known as excessive gingival display, is when you smile and too much gum tissue shows above the top teeth. Many patients with a gummy smile often say it makes them feel self-conscious or less attrative.
We have good news. A gummy smile can be corrected. Dr. Ladani can determine what treatment option is best after an initial consultation.