BIOSMILE provides the following services
- Teeth Whitening - Learn
about the procedures, who it's best for, the costs and options available
when having all of your teeth whitened.
- Composite and Porcelain Tooth
Veneers - Veneers can
correct many dental problems. Ask us when they are best used.
- Dental Implants -
Dental implants replace missing teeth
with titanium fixtures. 100% Biocompatible.
- Dental Bonding - Is the
bonding of a tooth right for you? Bonding
may be your way to a perfect smile.
- Dental Bridges - Bridges
replace missing teeth. Learn about the procedures involved, costs and when
dental bridges will give you a perfect smile.
- Tooth Contouring and Reshaping
- A great deal for your smile can be accomplished through small
recontouring of your teeth. When combined with simple
bonding, this can make dramatic improvements to your smile.
- Dentures - Dentures often
solve a host of dental problems. Loose dentures can be
secured with dental implants. Ask us how.
- Dental Fillings - Today's
dental fillings are more than the typical metal fillings of our youth.
Dental fillings are now color matched to the rest of your teeth for a great
- Dental Crowns
(or Caps) - A great deal for your
smile can be accomplished through crowns.
- Root Canals - Learn about
the procedure, costs and when you might be a candidate for a root canal.
- We offer Invisalign for adults and early interceptive
treatment for children to reduce or eliminate their need for braces.
- Cosmetic Gum Surgery - A
"Gummy Smile" or a "Long Tooth Smile" are corrected through gum surgery.
Learn about the procedures involved, costs and when gum surgery is the way
to a perfect smile.
Radiography - We use 80% less radiation to diagnose
Dental Hygienist - Today's Hygienist is more than just a tooth
cleaner. Regular visits allow you to benefit from their advanced training
and skills to help you keep your teeth for life!
- The Smile of Your Dreams!
Thanks to advancements in modern cosmetic dental care, you can have a
beautiful smile easier than ever before. At BIOSMILE, you can
choose to perform procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, natural
tooth colored fillings, and dental implants in order to give you the
smile you have always dreamed of!
General and Family Dentistry
Dentistry is the known evaluation, diagnosis, prevention, and
treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the
maxillofacial area and the adjacent and associated structures and their impact
on the human body. Dentistry is widely considered necessary for complete overall
health. Those in the practice of dentistry are known as dentists.
Other people aiding in oral health service include
dental technicians, and
Dentistry is that branch of medicine which deals with the study and practice
of diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases of the mouth, the
A dentist is a healthcare professional qualified to practice dentistry after
graduating with a degree of either Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS),
Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD),
Bachelor of Dentistry (BDent),
Bachelor of Dental Science (BDSc),
or Bachelor of Dental Surgery/Chirurgiae (BDS)
or (BChD) or
equivalent. In most western countries, to
become a qualified dentist one must usually complete at least 4 years of
postgraduate study ; within the
European Union the education has to be at least 5 years. Dentists usually
complete between 5–8 years of post secondary education before practicing. Though
not mandatory, many dentists choose to complete an internship or residency
focusing on specific aspects of dental care after they have received their
In addition to general dentistry, there are about 9 recognized dental
specialties in the US, Canada, and Australia. To become a specialist requires
one to train in a residency or advanced graduate training program. Once
residency is completed, the doctor is granted a certificate of specialty
training. Many specialty programs have optional or required advanced degrees
such as a masters degree: (MS, MSc, MDS, MSD, MDSc, MMSc, or MDent), doctoral
degree: (DClinDent, DMSc, or PhD), or
medical degree: (MD/MBBS specific to
Maxillofacial Surgery and sometimes
Dental public health (study of dental epidemiology and social health
canal therapy and study of diseases of the dental pulp),
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology (study, diagnosis, and sometimes
the treatment of oral and maxillofacial related diseases),
Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (study and radiologic
interpretation of oral and maxillofacial diseases),
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (extractions,
implants, and facial surgery),
Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics (straightening of teeth
and modification of midface and mandibular growth),
Periodontics (study and treatment of diseases of the
periodontium (non-surgical and surgical), and placement and maintenance
of dental implants),
Pediatric dentistry (i.e. dentistry for children, formerly known as
Prosthodontics (dentures, bridges and the restoration of implants.
Some prosthodontists further their training in "oral and maxillofacial
prosthodontics"--a discipline concerned with the replacement of missing
facial structures—such as ears, eyes, nose, etc.)
Thanks to advancements in modern cosmetic dental care, you can have a beautiful
smile easier than ever before. At BIOSMILE, you can choose to perform
procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, natural tooth colored fillings, and
dental implants in order to give you the smile you have always dreamed of! Although
Cosmetic Dentisty is NOT a recognized specialty, it does require special skills
and training that you will find at BIOSMILE.
Pediatric Dentistry places special importance in preventing tooth decay.
Studies show that poor oral health care in children can lead to impaired
school performance and poor social relationships. Therefore, Pediatric
Dentists give advice on how to make teeth strong the importance of
developing healthy eating habits and other ways to prevent disease from
Additionally, Pediatric Dentists work toward the maintenance of primary teeth
(baby teeth) until they are naturally lost. This is due to the importance they
serve in permitting children to chew properly and therefore maintain good
nutrition, their role in speech development, and the maintenance of space for
the eventual eruption of the permanent teeth.
The role of the Pediatric Dentist changes as children enter adolescence.
Recognizing the growing importance of appearance and self-image in their
patients, Pediatric Dentists work to ensure that adolescents’ dental needs are
met. Preventative dental health care is emphasized and when necessary
information is provided to adolescents about subjects such as wisdom teeth
tobacco use, sealants and oral piercing.
to replace lost teeth, augment missing bone, and make loose dentures fit tightly
again are just some of the benefits of today's implant and Guided Tissue
Regeneration technologies. BIOSMILE can help you smile with confidence again.