Paul Sioda Dental Family, Cosmetic, Emergency, Implants
Dental Implants Special Available
Exams Digital X-rays Cleanings Periodontal therapy Soft tissue management Bite adjustment Fluoride treatment Sealants Tooth-colored fillings Crowns Bridges Partial dentures Full dentures Implants Implant-supported full dentures In-office whitening (Advanced Power Zoom) Take home whitening trays Custom veneers Braces Root canal therapy Wisdom teeth extraction Primary teeth extraction Permanent teeth extraction I.V. sedation Oral sedation
Paul Sioda Dental Family, Cosmetic, Emergency, Implants can be found at 1919 N. Pearl St. . The following is offered: Dentistry - In Tacoma there are 122 other Dentistry. An overview can be found here.
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Dr. Paul Sioda
Paul Sioda Dental is a Tacoma based family dentist practice that treats patients of all ages. We are committed to delivering the highest quality dental care and do so using state-of-the-art dental equipment. We are a cosmetic dentist that offers services like dental implants, checkups, teeth cleaning, crowns, veneers and more. Dr. Paul Sioda graduated from Clover Park High School. He was then accepted to the University of Washington with a Navy ROTC scholarship. Upon completion of his military obligation, he moved to Omaha, Nebraska where he received his Doctorate of Dentistry from Creighton School of Dentistry. While at Creighton, he met and married his wife, Sylvia. They have two beautiful daughters together. Dr. Sioda is an active member of the Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Society of Anesthesiology, Washington State Dental Society, American Academy of Facial Aesthetics, and received a fellowship from the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
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Products And Services
As teeth develop, ingested fluoride found in tap water and other foods and beverages we consume strengthens the developing enamel. Once teeth erupt from the gums, topical fluoride is necessary to fortify enamel and protect patients from potential damage caused by decay. Fluoridated toothpastes and mouthwashes may offer adequate fluoride for many patients, but for those in need of additional help, we offer topical fluoride treatments as part of six month checkups. We typically recommend fluoride treatment for young patients, but we may also encourage adults who are prone to decay to receive topical fluoride applications.
Dental Crowns, Inlays, & Onlays Perfect Smiles
Inlays & Onlays In the past, when teeth were too damaged to be repaired with fillings, dental crowns, restorations that completely surround remaining tooth structure, were the go to solution, but today, there are intermediary options – inlays and onlays. Inlays are used to repair teeth that have decay or damage between the cusps, raised portions on the biting surfaces of teeth. If damage is too widespread or deep for a simple filling, the more durable inlay may be recommended. If patients have a chipped, broken, or decayed area that includes one or more cusps but does not extend over more than ¼ of the tooth, an onlay may be recommend. As the name suggests, these restorations lay on the top of the tooth, and are molded to restore the shape and structure. Dental Crowns If dental decay or damage is advanced to include the majority of the tooth, we may need to recommend the more advanced dental crown. These dental restorations fit completely over the top of the damaged teeth protecting and repairing them. We typically recommend dental crowns in the following situations: To repair extensive decay or damage To cosmetically improve the appearance of teeth To protect and straighten teeth following root canal therapy As part of dental implant or fixed bridge tooth replacement
Get a Pain Free Smile with Wisdom Tooth Extractions
What are Wisdom Teeth & Why are They Extracted? Third molars, commonly referred to as wisdom teeth, are the last set of teeth to erupt in patients’ smiles, and most patients’ third molars emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. These teeth were necessary for our ancient ancestors whose diets consisted of course foods and who had only the most basic methods of oral hygiene. These people frequently lost one or more teeth by this stage in life, but with today’s advanced oral hygiene and preventive dentistry solutions, most people do not experience tooth loss at this early stage. That means many patients do not have adequate space within their jawline to accommodate this set of molars. This lack of space can lead to impaction, the inability of teeth to erupt from the gums. In other cases, teeth may develop and erupt at odd angles that misalign the bite.
Digital Impression System
In the past, we captured physical impressions of patients’ teeth by having them bite down on a putty-like substance. These impressions were used by our trusted dental lab technicians to create custom restorations. However, these impressions were not able to capture the smallest pits and grooves in patients’ smiles and they took time to ship to our lab slowing the treatment process. That’s why we utilize a digital impression system. Not only does this digital scan capture even the minutest crevices in teeth allowing for more precise restorations, digital impressions are available via computer right away so our dental lab can get started on the custom restoration sooner.
All-on-4 Dental Implants
To restore a full arch, you do not need to replace each tooth individually to benefit from dental implants. Instead, a custom-made arch is developed that is similar to that of a conventional denture. However, instead of using a denture adhesive to hold it in place, it is anchored to the jawbone using four dental implant posts. Two straight anterior implants and two that are tilted at a 45-degree angle in the posterior are surgically placed into the jawbone. The jawbone will fuse to the biocompatible material to create a secure and sturdy foundation for the denture.
Severe toothache or sensitivity to changes in temperature that may be indicative of root canal
You may not be able to predict or prevent a dental emergency, but patients of Brilliant Dental can always be prepared. We welcome patients experiencing dental emergency to contact us right away. Our dedicated team is here to help relive pain, restore damaged teeth, and put a smile back on our patients’ faces. Some of the most common dental emergencies
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