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Porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, and bonding are traditionally considered cosmetic procedures. However, as an extensively trained and experienced cosmetic dentist, Dr. Most considers all dentistry cosmetic.
For instance, he places porcelain crowns when possible, so you can retain your all-white smile and the confidence that comes with it. Instead of using metal/amalgam/mercury fillings, Dr. Most places only tooth-colored composite fillings. To replace missing teeth, implants, contemporary dentures and partials, and lifelike crown and bridgework can provide a highly esthetic appearance and solid dependability.
Dr. Most is qualified, and he has performed many full-mouth reconstructions. Every year he attends many courses related to Advanced Cosmetic Studies.
Your mouth must endure 600 different types of bacteria living inside it. This is also combined with the harsh workout of chewing, biting, and temperature fluctuations, making durable dental work imperative. The enamel is the hardest substance in the human body that is of semi-translucent quality. Dr. Most go to great lengths to work with dental labs that create strong restorations that mimic nature’s beauty. In our Spring Valley dental office, the materials he works with, such as composite resin and dental adhesives, have been researched, tested, and yield excellent results in three areas: appearance, function, and integrity.
Your smile reflects your personality. It has a significant impact on the first impression you leave. Choosing a restorative and cosmetic dentist who understands the importance of health and beauty will ensure that you enjoy an attractive smile for years to come.
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Located in the Spring Valley area of Las Vegas, Dr. Most dental office serves patients from Spanish Trail and Summerlin. Whether you need regular checkups and cleanings, restorative dentistry, or cosmetic dentistry work to improve your appearance, our team will be delighted to assist you. Call to reserve your appointment today!
A beautiful smile is one of the most sought after cosmetic features in the world. People from all backgrounds and professions want a bright, straight smile, and we are here to help turn that desire into reality. Whether through minor adjustments or major treatment plans, our cosmetic dentistry practice aims to improve your smile and help you build confidence in the way your teeth look.
All-on-4® treatment provides patients with a full-arch prosthesis over four implants on the day of surgery. All-on-4® is designed to give edentulous patients full function of their mouth and full mouth restoration. It’s heavily advertised as providing 4 implants, but some situations may require more.
All-on-4® overdentures reduce the complexity of treatment, the number of surgeries, and the overall treatment time. It is less expensive compared with fixed implants.
All-on-4® dental implants, also known as hybrid dentures, use high-end denture teeth and acrylic for the best aesthetics, making it the most cost effective choice for any future repairs.
Have you ever wondered how celebrities always had such amazing, pearly-white smiles that appeared too natural to be true? The secret behind their beautiful smile may just be available at Most Dental. Any signs of a dull and uneven smile can now be restored to look more aesthetically pleasing by using porcelain dental veneers! Today, porcelain veneers are highly in demand as they closely match the shape, color, and texture of original teeth, making them appear more natural. Porcelain veneers are also cosmetically, a superior and cost-effective means to beautify the patient’s smile.
Porcelain veneers or just veneers are thin, shell-like restorations that can be bonded to the surface of the enamel to improve and enhance its appearance. Porcelain veneers can be custom-made from advanced porcelain material that would closely resemble the patient’s natural teeth. Dentists today use veneers for several cosmetic corrections that range from teeth whitening to orthodontic adjustments.
What is the procedure involved in getting dental veneers?
The process that’s involved in transforming an even or discolored smile is simple and easy. During the initial visit, Dr. Most and his expert team take the opportunity to understand the dynamics and nature of your teeth and gums. We would ensure that the patient’s teeth and gums are healthy enough to support dental veneers. Once assured, Dr. Most and his team will begin the process of transforming the patient’s smile with porcelain veneers.
A sufficient amount of enamel would be removed to make room for receiving the veneers that would restore the tooth. The dentist would ensure that no amount of healthy enamel gets removed in the process; this way, Dr. Most would be able to ensure that the porcelain veneers fit perfectly and does not protrude.
The dentist would send the impressions of the enamel to the laboratory where the technicians would build the custom veneer.
While the patient’s custom-veneer is getting prepared, Dr. Most would fashion a temporary set of veneers to protect the existing teeth until they are permanently restored. Once the custom porcelain veneers are ready, Dr. Most would double-check its design and fit. Each set of veneers would be set and bonded into place with dental adhesives. With daily oral hygiene and regular dental checkups, patients can expect their smile with veneers to last for ten years or more before replacements become necessary.
Get your customized porcelain veneers today by requesting an appointment with Most Dental. Feel free to reach our office at (702) 871-0304 or schedule an appointment online.
Tooth loss is a common concern, and it affects both men and women equally. Although tooth loss is more prevalent among patients who are over the age of 50, it can affect anyone due to a variety of reasons such as external or internal injury, gum disease, tooth decay or any other kind of oral health problems.
With the advances in restorative dental technology and the use of modern dental prosthetics, Dr. Most and his team are capable of offering patients with life-like dentures and partials.
What are dentures?
Dentures are full-mouth replacements that help restore all of the lost set of teeth. This helps the patient regain functions of the mouth, giving them the ability to chew, talk, speak, laugh, etc. Dentures may be either full or partials. Full dentures are designed to replace an arch of missing teeth (either from the upper or lower jaw), and partials are designed to replace a set of two or more missing teeth.
What are dentures made of?
Before advancements in restorative dentistry, dentures were made out of plastic or porcelain material. Today, modern dentures are made out of hard resin. The gum-like base that holds the artificial teeth in place is actually highly advanced flexible polymer material.
What are the advantages of wearing dentures?
Dentures not only function as supreme dental restorations but also work in stabilizing the patient’s facial posture by supporting the structures around the cheeks and lips. The best part about having dentures is that patients needn’t compromise on the food that they love. They also easily help resolve and replace teeth that may have been causing pain and other oral health issues.
What are partial dentures?
Removable partial dentures are great ways to replace a few sets of missing teeth. They are often recommended when the surrounding teeth structures aren’t healthy enough to support dental appliances such as bridges or implants. Partials tend to be a more affordable option for patients with missing teeth. They can be easily set and fitted over the gums and can be removed whenever required.
What are full dentures?
Full or complete dentures are restorations that can help replace an entire arch of missing teeth either from the upper or lower jaws. They may be fixed to the jaws or be a removable appliance using dental implants.
What are implant-supported dentures?
If you are suffering from missing teeth from an entire section of your jaw, implant-supported dentures may just be the right option for you. Using biocompatible dental implants surgically placed within the jaw, Dr. Most can effectively restore a patient’s dentition in a way that is structurally more secure. As these custom dentures are directly attached to the posts, it eliminates the need for dental adhesives.
Find out more about our restorative services by placing an appointment at Most Dental today. Feel free to reach our office at (702) 871-0304 or schedule an appointment online.
Getting porcelain crowns is the best way to have a very natural looking smile. They are used when simply filling in a tooth is not an option. There are times when they decay is so bad that we just have to use a porcelain crown. We also use them with severely damaged teeth or teeth that have already had multiple fillings. Porcelain crowns are attached right to your teeth so that they can function, even when you bite something really hard! There are several types of porcelain crowns so it is important to discuss which type is best for you with your dentist.request an appointment
Invisalign® is a modern alternative to straighten your teeth without wires or metal. Invisalign® involves a series of custom trays designed specifically for you and the plan your dentist or orthodontist creates to move your teeth. The trays are made from a smooth plastic that covers your teeth and gradually moves them into place.request an appointment
Are you conscious of your broken or worn off teeth? Sometimes, a minor crack or discoloration in our teeth can just be the reason to lose confidence while smiling or laughing. At Most Dental, we offer patients a cosmetic dental procedure known as teeth bonding that might be the solution to restore your pearly whites to its form and shape.
What is Tooth Bonding?
Any damage inflicted on the surface of the enamel that may compromise its texture, form, or structure can be restored by using a minimally invasive cosmetic dental procedure known as tooth bonding. During this procedure, the dentist would make use of a tooth-colored composite resin material that would be applied to the site of damage. The process is known to require less preparation and is considered cost-effective.
What is the procedure involved in tooth bonding?
The procedure involved in tooth bonding is relatively simple as compared to other cosmetic dental procedures. Since the procedure is simple and pain-free, the dentist would rarely recommend anesthesia unless the patient requests it. An initial examination would be conducted to have a closer look at the damage that requires repair. The dentist would select a shade of tooth bonding material that would closely match the shade of the patient’s natural teeth. The surface of the tooth will be roughened, and a dental adhesive would be applied. Dr. Most would then carefully use the composite resin material and mold it into shape. The resin material would then be hardened with a UV light.
Cosmetic bonding can last several years if the patient is diligent enough to perform daily oral hygiene at home and attend six-month checkups and cleanings. In case patients prefer an alternative with a longer lifespan, consider porcelain veneers.
Find out more about cosmetic teeth bonding by requesting an appointment with us today. Feel free to reach our office at (702) 871-0304 or schedule an appointment online.