Invisalign is a very popular and effective way to correct teeth misalignment. The treatment was approved by the FDA in 1998 and was introduced to the general public in 1999. We have fitted many patients with Invisalign braces and understand what kind of care people need.
The treatment is customized according to the user's requirements. Our priority is to explain what is involved in detail. We answer any questions you may have, and help you make an informed decision. Here's a look at what to expect:
- Consultation - During the consultation, our dentist carefully examines your teeth to determine whether Invisalign is the right treatment for you. Some patients have severe misalignment and need more invasive metal braces to get the best results.
- Scanning - If the patient and dentist both agree that Invisalign is the right option, it's time to scan. Our dentist uses a 3D scanner to take a detailed image of your mouth. Sometimes we also take a physical mold if needed.
- Getting Aligners - The scans are then sent to the company to create custom aligner trays. This doesn't take long, and your dentist will call you in for a fitting soon.
- Fitting - During this session, our dentist will place the first aligner tray on your teeth to check the fit. The tray should be comfortable and not harm your gums in any way. We will ask you a few questions to make sure everything is alright before providing detailed care instructions.
We will show you the before and after results of the procedure. It will give you an idea of what to expect. You need to visit our dentist once every four to six weeks so we can keep track of your progress.
Although dental implants are more popular than ever, they have been used to replace missing teeth for decades with great success. The reason dentists recommend dental implants is that they replace teeth both above and below the gum line; dentures and bridges only replace the visible portion of the teeth.
Why does this matter? By replacing the roots, dental implants prevent bone loss in the jaw and facial collapse. Because dental implants function much like natural teeth, patients find that they are more stable and comfortable than dentures.
Many patients come into our office carrying years of unhappiness from having smiles they don’t feel comfortable showing off. Because of cracked, stained, or misaligned teeth, these patients become fixated on hiding their smiles and dodging cameras instead of enjoying time spent with friends and family. Their teeth, though not infected or painful, negatively affect their well-being.
At Hudson Dental Care, we offer a variety of cosmetic dentistry services that can help improve that lack of self-confidence. Whether you’ve been struggling with a cosmetic dental problem for years or if a recent accident has left you feeling self-conscious, we can quickly and safely transform your smile. In just a few appointments, you’ll have a smile that you will be proud to show off!
During regular dental visits, we work with families to create unique dental hygiene plans for each person — no matter how young or old they are. Because we know our patients and see them regularly, we can frequently diagnose any issues before they become more serious.
Dental cleanings are recommended every six months, along with your comprehensive evaluations. We use a state-of-the-art ultrasonic system to loosen tartar, then use hand tools to remove any smaller deposits left behind. After your teeth are cleaned, we polish them—this creates a smooth surface that makes it more difficult for new tartar deposits to form.
If you want a perfect smile, before you consider anything else, you need to consider dental veneers. In just a few easy trips to our office, you’ll have the white, straight smile you’ve always wanted.
A lot of people have heard of veneers but not many know what they actually are. Although porcelain veneers are able to completely transform smiles, they’re actually quite small and thin. Unlike dental implants, porcelain veneers are just thin sheets of ceramic that bond directly to the front of the teeth. Your natural teeth remain underneath but the bright white veneers are what the world sees.
When bonded to the teeth, they are near impossible to detect and highly resistant to foods and drinks that stain the teeth. For strength and appearance, their similarity to healthy, white tooth enamel is unrivaled by other restorative options.
Botox + Fillers
Hudson Dental Care offers Botox® Cosmetic and Xeomin® to treat a range of concerns, from aesthetic concerns to orofacial pain. Our in-depth knowledge and experience in treating complex problems such as TMJ disorders.
We pride ourselves on the consistency of ongoing care for your cosmetic concerns or TMJ-related discomfort. We can provide follow-up injections and monitor your results at regular dental visits.
Our revolutionary digital technology, advanced design, and 3D printers create stronger, cleaner, and more comfortable dentures in fewer appointments than ever before.
Living with missing teeth can negatively impact your quality of life. Missing most or all of your teeth can make it difficult to eat your favorite foods, speak, and feel confident when you smile. Patients may lose teeth due to Oral diseases, decay, or trauma that may cause them to lose several or all of their teeth, but custom-made full or partial dentures allow to restore the appearance and function of their teeth.
At Hudson Dental Care, we offer Removable Dentures, Dental Bridges, and Dental Crowns. We will work together to see which option is best for you.