Preventive dentistry includes the practice of caring for the teeth and gums to maintain good oral hygiene and keep them healthy. These dental practices aim to avoid tooth decay, cavities, gum infection, enamel wear, tooth loss, and more. Preventive dental practices include daily brushing, flossing, use of fluoride mouthwashes, and regular dental cleanings to ensure that teeth are clean, strong, and healthy.Read More
Dental implants are artificial metal, screw-like posts that are surgically inserted into a patient's jawbone to replace tooth roots of missing teeth. Once the site is healed and the bone fuses with the implant through osseointegration, the dentist attaches a dental crown or prosthetic teeth on the top of the implant. The new teeth are made to look and function as real ones. Dental implant surgery can be beneficial for patients who have lost one or more teeth.Read More
Endodontics is the dentistry branch that specializes in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of any infection or diseases of the tooth pulp and neighboring tissues. The dental pulp is the soft tissue inside the center of the teeth and comprises nerves, lymphatic vessels, blood vessels, and connective tissue. If the tooth pulp gets infected, it may cause pain and infection and require root canal therapy to save the tooth.Read More
Cosmetic dentistry is the branch of dentistry that works to enhance the aesthetics and appearance of teeth. It can include dental procedures that improve only the teeth aesthetics as well as treatments that also help correct functional issues. Cosmetic dentistry can be helpful for patients with conditions like misaligned teeth, gapped teeth, stained teeth, chipped or broken teeth, worn-down teeth, or missing teeth.Read More
Crowns and bridges are solid and durable dental restorations that can be matched with the existing teeth to address several dental problems. A dental crown is a cap fixed over the teeth to bring them to their ideal size, appearance, and function and make them healthy. Dental crowns can also be used to replace a missing tooth with bridgework. A dental bridge comprises two or more dental crowns on either side of the space left by the missing tooth by placing a false tooth between it and bridging the gap.Read More
At Edward Shluper, DDS, Dr. Edward Shluper and his expert dental team offer comprehensive dental treatments to patients to improve the appearance of their smiles. Invisalign is one such type of orthodontic treatment that uses clear, plastic aligners to gradually move the teeth and result in a straight smile. The aligners are custom-fit to match the patient's requirements and are an ideal way to straighten smiles comfortably and conveniently. During Invisalign treatment, the patient wears the aligners over her teeth for about two weeks at a time for about 22 hours per day to gradually shift the teeth into their desired position. Each set of trays is slightly different from the others to accommodate the changes in the position of the teeth. With Invisalign, there are no harsh metal wires or brackets involved. And wearing the aligners gives the patient the freedom to remove them when eating and brushing their teeth. If you're ready for straighter teeth and a more confident you, contact our dentist today to schedule a consultation about Invisalign.
Dr. Edward Shluper and his expert dental team love helping patients achieve a bright, picture-perfect smile with a comprehensive range of cosmetic dentistry services. For patients with dull, discolored, or stained teeth due to their poor food habits or lifestyle, a teeth whitening treatment at our dental office can help. Our in-office teeth whitening is a safe and effective way to reverse the effects of these dental stains. We offer laser teeth whitening treatment that uses laser light and hydrogen peroxide to break down stains on the surface of teeth. The patient wears protective eyewear to prevent any damage to his or her eyes during the procedure. Our dentist applies a whitening gel to the patient’s teeth and exposes it to light from the laser to whiten the teeth more dramatically than at-home kits. Our dentist may also apply a fluoride treatment to further protect patients’ enamel from damage. With our in-office teeth whitening treatments, patients see dramatic results in just one treatment!
"Amazing dentist, amazing human relations, super professional ! We couldn't ask for a better person to treat our teeth. Me and all my family and our friends have been patients of Eduard for the past 15 years , he is simply the best. Thank you Eduard …"Yoni E. | May 2020
"What can I say about Dr. Shluper... his practice got me in this morning with an emergency and I was in severe pain, his staff was amazing, and Dr. Shluper himself is such a nice guy. He gave me my options and the best thing that worked out was a roo…"Andrew M. | Dec 2021
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