Comprehensive Dental Services
At Whitestown Dental Care, we are committed to providing expert, friendly, and accommodating dental care to our patients in Whitesboro, NY and the surrounding areas.
If you’ve been delaying dental treatment because you’re afraid to go to a general dentist, then fear no more. Visit our family dental practice today. From the moment you meet our wonderful and compassionate team, you’ll find out that we are different from other dental clinics.
We guarantee we will treat any oral health concern or problem you might have with gentle care. Our staff boasts of many years of experience and training, so they know exactly how to explain the treatments and procedures in terminologies that you can understand.
Our Services Include:
- Preventative Dentistry – Completely Digital Office
- Dental Cleanings (Including Ultra-Sonic Cleanings)
- Dental X-Rays and Dental Exams
- Routine Dental Care
- Fillings – Composite (White)
- Root Canals
- Extractions (Including Most Wisdom Teeth)
- Posts (Used to Restore a Tooth After Root Canal Therapy)
- Partial Dentures
- Complete Dentures
- Teeth Whitening
- Periodontal Care
- Non-Surgical Gum Care
- Root Planning
- Periodontal Maintenance
- Full Mouth Debridement
- Pediatric Dentistry
- Fillings - Composite (White)
- Stainless Steel & Zirconia Crowns
- Space Maintainers
- Orthodontics - is a specialty field of dentistry that focuses on the alignment of the teeth and the jaw. This is accomplished with the use of braces and clear aligners to gradually shift the patient's teeth.
- Braces (Metal & Clear)
We offer many procedures for replacing missing teeth, from traditional partial dentures to permanent bridges. We also provide new, exciting replacement options like Sunflex partials, which are virtually invisible, flexible, and incredibly comfortable.
Dr. Nasar does extraction and placement of immediate dentures. This means you never have to go without teeth. We also have "snap-on" or "snap-it" technology, allowing us to fill in a number of areas without putting any material on the roof of your mouth, which causes many people to gag.
In addition, we’re capable of filling in one missing tooth without having to do any work one the teeth around it, which is common in traditional bridgework.
When a tooth’s structure is damaged beyond repair, porcelain crowns maintain the aesthetic appearance of teeth by covering the entire visible surface of the tooth, while adding significant reinforcement and protection to the tooth.
After removing all areas of decay, your dentist will take an impression of the tooth to be crowned and send it to a dental laboratory to create the crown. Crowns can be made of porcelain or gold.
Porcelain crowns are extremely natural-looking and virtually indistinguishable from other teeth, making them the ideal choice for visible teeth. Gold crowns are less expensive and pose no risk of chipping, and therefore are useful when crowning back teeth.
Key Benefits of Dental Crowns
- Replaces Missing Teeth
- Offers Support to Badly Damaged or Misshaped Teeth
- Solves Functional Chewing Problems
- Make Your Smile Great Again
- Looks Completely Natural
Dr. Nasar is well-known for producing cosmetic restorations that look so like the real thing that even most professionals have a hard time telling the difference. He prides himself in using the finest-quality materials and cutting-edge dental technology.
Dental bridges are made of porcelain, which is a natural tooth-colored material. In the gifted hands of Dr. Nasar, dental bridges seamlessly replace the missing teeth lost by disease or injury.
A fixed dental bridge is a device used to fill the space left from a missing tooth, or teeth, that has either fallen out or been removed. A typical dental bridge consists of a pontic (a filler tooth) that is attached to two surrounding abutments (dental crowns).
Once completed, this dental bridge is bonded into the mouth. If a dental bridge is not used, the space caused by the missing teeth will allow the remaining teeth to shift out of place causing expensive problems to your bite, jaw and joint problems, as well as periodontal diseases.
Dental Bridge Process
Dental bridges replace the missing teeth with artificial teeth. The dentist will begin by preparing the surrounding teeth by cleaning and removing any plaque and decay that remains and reducing them so that the dental crowns can be fitted.
The dentist will then take a mold of the gap where a tooth is missing, and then send it to a laboratory to prepare a customized dental bridge. The bridge is set into place and the artificial tooth is securely cemented to the adjacent teeth, restoring the attractive natural appearance and functionality of the tooth that was lost.
If a resin-bonded bridge is chosen, the artificial tooth is secured by means of a metal appliance that attaches to the backs of adjacent teeth. In certain cases, the dentist may decide a dental implant is a better alternative than a dental bridge due to no surrounding teeth for support of the bridge.
A denture or a complete denture as it is often called, is an appliance that is placed into the mouth replacing the natural teeth to help with normal daily functions such as chewing and eating and to support the cheeks and lips.
Majority of dentures are made of acrylic and are designed in two different ways.
Conventional Dentures - These are made once all the teeth have been extracted and the tissues or gums have completely healed.
Immediate Dentures – These are fabricated as temporary dentures to be placed in the mouth immediately after the teeth have been extracted, and once the gums and tissue begin to heal underneath the immediate denture.
As time goes by, dentures will wear down and need to be replaced. Sometimes, due to the jaw alignment, your dentures might need realignment due to the bone and gum ridges receding or shrinking.
Because of these factors, routine dental examinations are still necessary and important for the denture wearer. Dr. Nasar works with each patient to find affordable dentures solutions to fit your needs and your wallet.
When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, there are a growing number of options to help you achieve and keep your perfect smile. If you’re happy with your teeth, but they’ve become a bit dull or stained, we offer professional whitening that is safe, gentle, and effective, bringing you beautiful results.
We also offer bonding, which is a natural looking tooth-colored filling that helps reshape broken, damaged, or filed down teeth. Moreover, we are pleased to offer Lumineers, a popular ultra-thin facing that is placed just over the front of your tooth to remake your smile for you.
Do you struggle while drinking coffee or eating ice cream? Do you suffer from cold sores? So many people struggle with sensitive teeth. There is a treatment for your problems, and we have the advanced equipment to help you. We can also screen you for any abnormalities in your mouth and upper throat.
Sooner or later, you may need care for a damaged tooth or to make your smile look the way you’ve always wanted. This is why our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Nasar, offers the latest in cosmetic dentistry to restore your smile to its full attractiveness.
He prides himself on creating cosmetic restorations that look so real, most professionals can’t tell the difference. That’s because he uses the most natural-looking, high-quality materials available to ensure a custom fit and long-lasting comfort.
Some cosmetic dentistry procedures he offers include:
Teeth Whitening - Safe, effective systems that can brighten your discolored or dull teeth here in our office or in the comfort of your own home.
Bonding - This relatively simple process uses high-quality restorative materials to change crooked, broken or unsightly teeth into attractive ones by creating a smooth, natural finish over damaged or stained teeth.
Porcelain Veneers - Dr. Nasar can create a beautiful smile for you by disguising healthy, but stained or slightly crooked teeth with dazzling high-quality veneers that can make average teeth look exceptional.
Dental Services You Can Rely On
We realize that a lot of people are nervous to visit a dentist and that, often, this fear stops them from going altogether. Let us help you by taking the fear out of visiting the dentist.