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(269) 629-7156
8634 North 32nd Street
Richland, MI 49083

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Caring Family Cosmetic Dentistry

Ensure that your loved one's get the best care available with our family & cosmetic dentistry services at Jason M. Corradini D.D.S., PLLC Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Richland, Michigan. We take a genuine interest in each of our client's well being.

Services

Because customer satisfaction is our number one priority, we make sure that we spend extra time to ensure that our patients feel comfortable with us. For first time patients, you will first see our hygienist to get comfortable with the setting. You also get to meet with Dr. Corradini. All of our staff has the knowledge and resources too expertly provide dental care, and Dr. Corradini himself has more than 15 years of experience in the dental industry. Our services accommodate a vast array of dental services, and we offer:

• Hygiene
• Extraction
• Whitening
• Dentures
• Fillings 

• Implants
• Root Canal
• Perio (periodontics)
• Inlays/Onlays

• Crowns
• Bridges
• Veneers

 

Hygiene

Your initial oral examination is performed by one of our hygienist which includes visual examination, charting, periodontal probing, diagnosis and treatment recommendations.  We will also take x-rays, for proper diagnosis of the anterior (front) and posterior (back) teeth as well as the bite-wing x-rays for proper diagnose of proximal decay of posterior teeth.

Extraction

If a tooth has been broken or damaged by decay, your dentist will try to fix it with a filling, crown, or other dental treatment. But when there's too much damage for the tooth to be repaired, the tooth may need to be extracted - or removed - from its socket in the bone.

Implants

When it comes to replacing one or more teeth in your mouth, a dental implant is often the treatment of choice and is also one of the most conservative treatments for tooth replacement.  Implants are bio compatible posts that replace the roots of your missing teeth.  They are physically and biologically designed to attach to your jawbone and become the foundation for a natural looking restoration.

Crowns

Crowns are prescribed when a tooth or teeth are too badly decayed, broken or cracked to be easily restored with a filling.  Crowns are normally needed for teeth that have had root canals.  Crowns are also placed on dental implants to replace missing teeth.  Crowns can be made entirely of gold or porcelain fused to a gold substrate for strength and beauty.  However, with new technology, crowns can be made entirely from high-strength ceramic and porcelain for beautiful cosmetic results.

Whitening

Everyone loves a bright, white smile.  Today there is a variety of products and procedures available to help you improve the color of your teeth.  Other whitening agents can even be purchased over-the-counter.  However, over-the-counter whitening agents will not whiten your teeth as quickly or as effectively as those delivered by a dentist.

Root Canal

Endodontic treatment, more commonly known as root canal therapy, is necessary when the pulp of your tooth becomes inflamed or infected.  The inflammation or infection can have a variety of causes such as deep decay, repeated dental procedures on your tooth, or a crack or chip in the tooth.  With proper care, an Endodontically treated tooth will function normally for years to come.

Bridges

We will prescribe a bridge when one or more teeth are missing and there are healthy teeth on both sides of the open space.  Bridges can be made from three types of material, solid gold for reliable long wear, porcelain fused to a gold base for strength and beauty, and high-strength metal-free porcelain for optimum cosmetic results.  With proper care, your new bridge will increase your overall health and instill confidence for years to come.

Dentures

If you have lost some or all of your natural teeth, dentures can be used to replace your missing teeth improving your health as well as your appearance.  Dentures prevent the sagging of facial muscles, which makes a person with no teeth look much older.  Dentures also enable you to eat and speak normally, little things often taken for granted until natural teeth are lost.

Perio (periodontics)

Gum disease is usually caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth.  If plaque is not removed with thorough daily brushing and cleaning between teeth, gums become irritated and inflamed.  The irritated gum tissue can separate from the teeth and form spaces called pockets.  Bacteria move into the pockets where they continue to promote irritation.  Left untreated, the process can continue until the bone and other tooth-supporting tissues are destroyed.  The early stage of periodontal disease is called gingivitis.  It often results in gums that are red and swollen and may bleed easily.

Veneers

Unlike a crown, which covers the entire tooth, a veneer is a thin shell that is placed over the front or visible parts of the tooth.  There are two types of veneers, ceramic veneers that are produced by a dental laboratory and resin-based composite veneers.  With proper care, your new veneers will greatly improve your appearance and increase your confidence for years to come.

Fillings

For hundreds of years, dental fillings have been used to restore teeth.  Dental fillings are placed in teeth where a dentist has had to remove tooth structure due to decay or fracture.  In recent years filling materials have been substantially improved by many technological advancements.  Although silver amalgam was the dominant choice years ago, today we have several other preferred options for tooth restoration including tooth colored composite filling materials and cementable resins and porcelains.

Inlays/Onlays

Dental inlays and onlays are some of the strongest and most lifelike dental restorations available.  After your mouth has been anesthetized we prepare the tooth in much the same way we would for a standard filling.  When the tooth has been prepared, an impression is made and sent to a dental lab.  You will usually be required to wear a temporary filling until the restoration is fabricated.  With proper care, your inlay or onlay will increase your overall health and instill confidence for years to come.

Contact us at (269) 629-7156 and get the peace of mind you deserve to know
your family is receiving excellent care at our family dental
facility.