At Monarch Dental Arts, we believe early detection is the key to the success of the treatment. In dentistry we have an immense opportunity not only to detect the issues early, but also to take measures to prevent those issues from getting worse. This is why the regular visits to your dentist are so important.
Holistic dentistry is an approach that connects your oral health to your overall health. Your mouth is the gateway to the rest of the body that plays an important role in your overall health.
Because Dr. Anna is practicing the Holistic Approach, she spends a lot of time studying your health history and investigates the correlation between your oral health and overall health issues and problems. Dr. Anna’s holistic approach and her training as a Biomimetic dentist leads her to practice conservative dentistry. The premise of Biomimetic Dentistry is to “mimic”and replicate your natural tooth shape, function, strength, and to preserve the pulp vitality when possible, in order to avoid needing a root canal. Modern materials allow us to be as conservative and preserve as much of the healthy tooth structure as possible by removing only the diseased part of it.
At Monarch Dental Arts, we implement state-of-the-art tools and technology because your peace of mind is our priority. To provide the most comfortable patient experience and precise treatment plans, we feature digital intraoral scanners and cone beam computed tomography (CBCT). These three-dimensional imaging tools capture crystal clear views of your pearly whites, allowing you and Dr. Anna to catch details of your oral health that are virtually impossible to see with the naked eye.
By keeping your teeth and gums in good condition, having regular screenings for oral health problems, preventing cavities and gum disease, we reduce the need for invasive procedures and unnecessary root canals.
Oral cancer screenings can catch signs of oral cancer in the reversible stages, dental sealants and fluoride treatments reduce cavity risk, and dental cleanings & checkups remove plaque and tartar buildup and detect the presence of tooth decay and gum disease.
We use non-toxic, biocompatible material mimicking the shape, functionality and strength of your natural tooth. Modern materials allow us to chemically bond to the natural tooth and be as conservative and preserve as much of healthy tooth structure as possible. We use inlays and onlays whenever possible, as this is a more conservative way to prepare the tooth and keep more of the healthy tooth structure, and preserving the pulp vitality to avoid root canals. When necessary porcelain or ceramic crowns are used to protect weakened or vulnerable teeth. Root canals are 95% effective at saving a tooth from extraction. We will do everything possible to save your natural tooth, but when teeth have been lost, we can replace them with dentures or dental implants.
Restore the appearance of your teeth with teeth whitening, dental bonding & contouring, veneers, or tooth-colored restorations. Whitening treatment can remove tooth stains and restore the teeth to their natural pearly white appearance.
If you have chips or cracks in the teeth, we can repair these with dental bonding and contouring. If you’re displeased with the overall appearance of your teeth, we can cover them with veneers. When teeth need to be filled or protected with dental crowns, we offer bio-compatible and tooth-colored restorations.
Periodontal, or gum disease, can wreak havoc on your oral health if left untreated. As certified Perio Protect Providers, we’re able to provide you with a unique and effective way to manage your periodontal issues. For just a few minutes a day, you’ll wear a set of custom-crafted Perio Trays, which hold prescription medication deep below the gum line at the site of the infection, for maximum effectiveness.
With Perio Protect, you can keep your smile healthy, and may be able to avoid more invasive periodontal treatments. Plus, you’ll experience fresher breath and whiter teeth, as an added bonus.
We offer same-day, after-hours, and weekend appointments for dental emergencies. Dental emergencies are when you need immediate dental treatment because you are in significant pain, have uncontrollable bleeding, damage to your tooth, or have lost a tooth due to any sort of oral trauma.