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– Dr. M. Reza Iranmanesh, D.M.D, M.S.D, P.A.
Cavities can now be detected early without the use of radiation. Through the fiber optic infrared translumination of our CariVu system, our dentists can immediately see, on the computer screen, minute defects in tooth enamel. If dental decay (caries) is detected early enough, it may be treated with fluoride gel, sealed, or easily removed to stop the disease process and thus eliminating or minimizing the need for extensive tooth restoration. Pregnant women and others, who are advised to not have dental x-rays in their current circumstances, will be relieved to know that we have the technology to examine them for caries. Our patients of all ages will benefit from our improved ability to observe the status of the enamel between their teeth where food debris often sticks.
At Prosthodontics and Implant Therapy of Tampa, Florida, we have used digital x-ray technology for many years and currently use Sirona’s leading XG3D digital imaging technology. With this technology, our dentists are able to immediately see the 3D x-ray images on the computer monitor, the size of images can be increased for better viewing, and the process is more streamlined and comfortable than years ago. The XG3D technology allows our dentists to take expansive 3D images with less exposure. This translates to immediately having the highest quality images at the lowest dose of radiation.
Note that dental x-rays are essential to the thorough examination of our patients. We will ask your permission to take x-rays, depending on when they were last taken in our office, your present oral condition, medical history, age, and risk for oral disease. If you are a new patient, x-rays will be used, under most circumstances, to determine the current condition of your oral health and establish a baseline for changes that may occur in your health. They are essential for a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning. Many times, treatments cannot be precisely and predictably done without them.
Please ask us about the possibility of forwarding x-rays from your previous dentist or referring dentist or specialist. If they are recent, expansive enough, and of high definition, they may be of value as we begin our examination and discussion of your oral health and any desired restorations and additional cosmetic enhancements.
Dr. Iranmanesh uses Sirona’s Bluecam technology to scan powdered tooth surfaces in seconds. The camera produces precise 3D images of individual teeth with exact tooth margins. This digital impression technology is more efficient and reliable to work with than traditional impressions. Because there is no longer need to put an impression tray of “goo” in a patient’s mouth to make an impression, our patient’s comfort is greatly enhanced. Because of Bluecam precision, your restorations will fit perfectly the first time and not have to be remade, minimizing time spent in the dental chair.
Dr. Iranmanesh and Dr Esfahanian also use Sirona’s MCXL CAD/CAM milling machine to mill ceramic tooth restorations. Their proficiency with this machine and all of Sirona’s integrated system components allows our dentists to complete treatment in a single session. Our exquisite crowns and other restorations are carefully crafted to maximize tooth function and aesthetics. Prior to CAD/CAM milling, our dentists had to make a mold of the tooth and fashion a temporary restoration that was worn until the permanent one was made in the dental laboratory. Today, a patient can have a root canal performed and in the same day have the tooth prepared to receive a crown, have the prepared tooth scanned with a small intra-oral camera, and have the crown milled and seated to perfectly fit their mouth. The entire process is quick and painless. The results are naturally beautiful and long lasting.
Same day restorations are the norm at Prosthodontics and Implant Therapy of Tampa! Even veneers are milled onsite while you wait, making a smile makeover with veneers fast. Due to today’s ceramic materials, veneers are thinner and more lifelike than ever—and more durable. Preparing a tooth for a veneer requires the removal of a small amount of tooth structure but with today’s digital impressions, CAD/CAM milling, and exquisite materials, tooth surface reduction is minor—and, in Dr. Iranmanesh’s expert hands, a conservative procedure.
At Prosthodontics and Implant Therapy of Tampa, Sirona imaging, scanning and milling technology is all integrated for unparalleled efficiency and accuracy. Dr. Iranmanesh is on of the nation’s most proficient users of the technology and was on the leading edge of the technology usage.Patient feedback from this fully integrated and efficient system is extremely positive. “I invested in this technology and have taken extensive operator training so my patients can benefit from optimal quality and the streamlined workflow,” said Dr. Iranmanesh. “Patients appreciate this efficiency and the knowledge that the procedures I perform will be predictably successful.”
If you are missing a tooth, an all-porcelain bridge is a good option to replace it. The bridge is natural-looking because the artificial tooth is matched to the color of your teeth. This gives the appearance that the new tooth is part of your dental arch.
If you have a slight imperfection in your teeth, bonding can be a simple way to improve your smile. Bonding can repair teeth that are stained, chipped, crooked or have minor gaps.
When a tooth needs a restoration, we can often use CAD/CAM technology. The letters “CAD/CAM” stand for “computer-aided design” and “computer-aided manufacturing”. We can use this technology to custom-design and fabricate tooth-colored restorations, crowns, onlays, inlays, or veneers, all in one appointment. CAD/CAM restorations are often the best choice for a healthy, beautiful, and natural-looking smile.
When you have active periodontal disease, routine cleanings are not enough because they generally focus on the areas of the tooth that are above the gumline.
If you have a loose, uncomfortable denture, stabilizing it with mini-implants can be an excellent solution.
When all the teeth in an arch are missing, an excellent treatment for replacing them is a denture secured with implants.
When a tooth needs a restoration or you want to improve your smile, sometimes the best choice is a porcelain crown. A porcelain crown is precision-crafted in a dental laboratory, so it may take two or more appointments to restore your tooth with a porcelain crown.
When many teeth in your upper or lower arch are missing, a precision partial denture is a good treatment for replacing them.
When a tooth is missing, a dental implant with a crown is an excellent treatment for replacing it.
Although each case will be different, placing an implant generally involves two phases, surgically placing the implant and restoring the implant with a crown.
Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are bonded to the front of your teeth. They can be a great choice to improve teeth that are stained, crooked, worn or have gaps.
When a tooth has a cavity or you need to replace a worn filling, a natural-looking white restoration can be a beautiful choice.
Cavities can now be detected early without the use of radiation. Through the fiber optic infrared translumination of our CariVu system, our dentists can immediately see minute defects in tooth enamel on the computer screen. If dental decay (caries) is detected early enough, it may be treated with fluoride gel, sealed, or easily removed to stop the disease process and thus eliminating or minimizing the need for extensive tooth restoration.
Dental implant therapy is the gold standard of care today for replacing missing or greatly diseased teeth. It is predictably successful, long lasting, and provides optimal benefits. If you have a full over-denture or partial denture (bridge), or have lost or will soon lose a tooth, an implant may be the solution for you.
Dr. Freshte Esfahanian is a certified Invisalign provider. Because Invisalign treatment can correct for mild to moderate crowding of teeth and for mile to moderate teeth spacing problems, it is appropriate for the majority of patients seeking alignment of their teeth. Invisalign may even be used to treat a mild to moderate under-bite or over-bite.
Dr. Iranmanesh uses Sirona’s leading XG 3D digital imaging technology to create 2D or 3D X-RAYS. He is one of a small percentage of clinicians who have mastered operation of this X-RAY machine. This technology enables precise evaluations to be made so Dr. Iranmanesh can perform implant therapy and other treatments with tremendous reliability and efficiency.
Dr. Iranmanesh uses the latest Sirona® imaging and CEREC® CAD/CAM milling to give you new individual crowns or a bridge supported on crowns — all in one day! Fortunately for his patients, the cost of a same-day restoration is not higher than a traditional restoration, and most dental benefits plans cover CEREC® milled crowns.
With the purchase of the in-office whitening procedure or the purchase of the take-home whitening procedure, you can enroll in our White Teeth for Life program to receive a free whitening gel syringe every time you come to us for your regularly scheduled hygiene appointment. Find out from Dr. Esfahanian or Dr. Iranmanesh if teeth whitening is appropriate for your oral health circumstances.
Dr. Iranmanesh can help you in the treatment of your Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). His expertise with diagnosis, interdisciplinary care, and treatment of OSA with custom oral appliances can assure you of a comfortable solution that not only improves your health, but also your quality of life.
Dr. Iranmanesh expertly plans total smile makeovers and whole mouth rehabilitation for both optimal functional and aesthetic results. He also carefully plans dental implant cases to avoid aesthetic complications and address aesthetic challenges.