One of the newest techniques we currently use is CEREC, which is a dental restoration product that uses three dimensional imaging alongside computer-aided design and manufacturing to allow several different types of dental restorations to be quickly crafted by our practitioners in house.
A denture functions as a fully removable substitute for missing teeth. If a patient is missing all teeth, then a complete denture is used. Partial dentures can also be constructed to custom fit a patient who is only missing some teeth.
Tooth fillings are a standard and simple solution to the problems experienced by patients suffering from tooth decay. In this procedure, a dentist removes whichever part of the tooth has decayed and replaces it with a material that looks like it is naturally part of the tooth.
Due to a wide range of reasons, a single tooth or set of teeth can deteriorate in health to such a great degree that extraction is required. When this occurs, a patient’s mouth might simply have too many teeth, and one tooth might need to be extracted for orthodontic reasons.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease or gingivitis, is a serious issue that definitely requires professional treatment in order to properly be addressed.
Partials, or partial dentures, are used when a patient has some teeth remaining in the part of the mouth that requires a denture. These dentures not only fill in the gaps left by the absence of teeth, but also prevent other teeth from shifting.
Root Canal Therapy
For the patients who are suffering from tooth decay and if it has been reached to such a level that even tooth filling may not work to heal it then, root canal therapy is the best possible solution.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is a specialized treatment requiring extensive training so it’s critical to consult a dentist with expertise and to do a comprehensive examination to discuss your goals and treatment options.
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) involve issues with the joint that connects the lower jaw bone (mandible) to the rest of the skull (through the temporal bone). Symptoms of TMD include pain when moving the jaw, limited mobility of the jaw, swelling, and a sensation of facial fatigue.
Dental hygiene is incredibly important, and all too often gets neglected, either partially or entirely. Studio City Dental Center offers standard, thorough teeth cleaning for patients in Studio City.
Dr. Zareh Kouyoumdjian, DDS received his education at the University of Southern California and has received numerous awards in his field. Between Dr. K and his staff, Studio City Dental Center offers its patients decades of experience and unparalleled professional dental treatment. Please read more about our services, or if you’re a new patient to our office, please feel free to read here for more information and download forms before visiting. You may also call or contact us online for a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you!