WHY YOU NEED A GENERAL DENTIST IN LAS VEGAS, NV
Do you currently have a general dentist on call when you need her? If not, it is time to get the dental care you deserve by partnering with the right dentist in Las Vegas. As a leader in the dental profession for nearly 30 years, Dr. Reiter and Dr. Browner have received many accolades from her patients. Additionally, they consistently stays at the forefront of dental technologies. In fact, they was the first dentist in the Las Vegas area to become certified to perform the revolutionary Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique to resolve receding gums in her patients. You will not find a more compassionate, caring team than we have here at Harmony Dental. Call us today to schedule an appointment!
HARMONY DENTAL HAS THE GENERAL SERVICES YOU REQUIRE
While it is always preferable to keep a tooth, there are times when extractions are necessary. In these cases, Our team of Dr. Reiter and Dr. Browner will use the latest techniques to make the process comfortable and anxiety-free.
Are you missing teeth? We can advise you on the best types of dentures, including implant-supported dentures, for your case. There is no reason to keep living with a smile you do not love!
When the soft tissues of the gums seem to be overgrown in spots, it may be time for a gingivectomy. During this procedure, unhealthy or excess gum tissue is removed, and the remaining gum tissue is expertly positioned to foster new growth and exceptional results.
SCALING AND ROOT PLANING
Those suffering from periodontal disease usually require more thorough cleansing techniques than can be performed at home or during a routine office visit. Scaling and root planing treatments deeply clean the areas between the gums and the teeth, setting the stage for fewer periodontal problems.
SNORE GUARDS AND NIGHT GUARDS
People with problems such as sleep apnea and teeth grinding often find relief by wearing occlusal guards while sleeping. Snore guards position the teeth and jaw to keep the back of the mouth open throughout the night, eliminating much of the snoring associated with sleep apnea. Nightguards protect the teeth from being worn away by grinding, and also provide the jaw muscles some relief.