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Precision Dentistry

Precision Dentistry in Washingto

Your smile should always be the best it can be, and your dentist helps ensure it is. A number of dental treatments are now available to address virtually any dental issue, and patients need to find a dentist who offers precision general & cosmetic dentistry in Washington DC for optimal results. That’s where the Washington Center for Cosmetic Dentistry comes into play. As a top-rated Dental Practice in Washington DC, we make use of the latest technology to ensure clients receive the best, and least invasive, care that involves the use of specialized equipment, such as digital imaging and an intraoral camera, to detect problems early. Doing so ensures our patients obtain the most effective treatment at all times!

Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry

Do you have teeth that need to be reshaped and contoured? Are you in need of dental implants? Precision technology may be called into use to treat these issues and numerous others. Our practice makes use of specialized equipment to determine where to place an implant or how best to shape a tooth so it blends in with other teeth in the mouth. Do you have a need for teeth whitening? We utilize multiple methods such as Zoom Whitening to get your teeth white in the most effective and efficient manner possible. A gorgeous smile is something every person wishes to have, and this technology makes achieving this goal easier.

Dentistry has come a long way through the years, and advances continue to be made. Patients need to speak to their dental practitioner to learn about new treatment options that may not have been available even a few short years ago. With the help of this precision technology, patients find they can have the necessary work done in a shorter period of time and with less discomfort.

General Dentistry

Problems detected early are easier to treat. When a dentist finds a small cavity between the teeth, he or she can often recommend a filling rather than the need for a root canal to save the tooth. The devices may be used to detect periodontal disease at its earliest stages, of great importance as this disease is the leading cause of tooth loss. For those patients who fear the dentist and avoid care as a result, the single-tooth anesthesia we offer is of great help, and the same is true of air abrasion, a process that provides dental care without the need for a drill. Dentists may also use these tools when placing a crown, installing veneers, and more, depending on the unique condition of the patient’s mouth.

Periodontal Issues

When gum disease is detected, dentists may need to make incisions when treating the patient. With the help of technology, smaller incisions can be made, reducing the recovery time and any pain the patient may experience following the procedure. Furthermore, this technology helps in removing any bacteria that has accumulated in the gums. The dentist also uses these devices to catch oral cancer in the early stages when lesions are very small and may be missed by the human eye during an exam with a mirror. These are only two of the many ways precision technologies assist dentists when it comes to periodontal concerns.

Endodontics

When a patient is in need of surgery or a root canal, precision technology provides the dentist with a better view of the treatment area. The devices are used to illuminate and magnify the mouth to get a better understanding of precisely where the issue lies. As a result, the dentist can more effectively provide treatment. These are only two ways in which the technology benefits the patient when undergoing a procedure that is more involved.

Digital Imaging

Patients find the use of our digital imaging not only reduces their exposure to radiation significantly, it also allows us to see the teeth and gums more clearly. Images are displayed on a computer monitor, as opposed to being held up to the light, and this ensures the treatment area is clearly defined.

Cavities can be detected between the teeth using this technology and bone health can be determined. This type of imaging is useful not only for general and cosmetic dentistry, but it is also of great help in assessing the damage following a trauma to the mouth. Furthermore, the use of this technology allows dental practices to share information quickly and easily, not only with specialists who may be needed to treat a patient, but also with insurance companies for faster payment.

Intraoral Cameras

In the past, dentists used a mirror to detect problems in the mouth. Today, they now have the option of using a camera to examine the teeth and gums and get a better understanding of any issues the patient is experiencing. This helps to provide a diagnosis faster and ensure the proper treatment plan is selected. In addition, use of the camera helps to reduce the amount of time the patient spends in the dental office, as the problem can be better pinpointed. These and other devices are of great aid in a variety of treatment areas.

Contact the Washington Center for Cosmetic Dentistry today at (202) 873-1341 so we can develop a treatment plan that addresses your dental problem. Regardless of whether you are missing teeth, have a problem with your bite, or teeth that are stained, we have a solution for you. Our goal is to meet all of your oral care needs, from general dentistry to cosmetic procedures.

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Our Happy Patients

"My favorite dentist. Dr. Brown is hands down my favorite dentist. Highly skilled, fantastic bedside (chair side?) manner and a great team of skilled techs. Dr. Brown thoroughly explains proposed treatment, and keeps you informed the entire way. Her husband, Dr. Polowitz, is also great. Our whole family sees them."

Bill S.

"Dr. Brown and Pollowitz are highly skilled dentists, very talented artists, and have the best bedside or should I say "chair side" manner I have ever experienced. I trust them completely and have been seeing Dr. Brown and Pollowitz for almost 20 years now. When I lived out of town for two years, the dentist I saw there was amazed at the skill and perfection of the veneer and implant Dr Brown did and got the whole staff to come look at my mouth! I had an accident when I was a kid and have had lots of problems with my teeth ever since, and that includes many unpleasant experiences, but their kindness has given me a renewed respect and love for dentistry. It means a lot that Dr Brown will call me and find out if I am OK after a crown or something painful. She knows I am sensitive and takes time to take extra good care. Love them both."

Jenny L.

"As always my experience was top notch for a dental appointment. Dr Pollowitz explained the details of what he was going to do as he worked. It was an appointment to both replace a filling and to take care of the cavity on the outside of that filling. He proceeded slowly and there was never any feel of him rushing to get to the next patient. And Sylvia was very professional as always. Rate this office as a 5 star!"

Joan M.
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