Specialty Dental Care in Stony Brook, NY

Are you considering getting dental prosthetics, root canal treatment, or gum grafting? In addition to general, preventive, and cosmetic dentistry, Stony Brook Dental Group also provides a range of specialty dental treatments.

For more information regarding our specialized dental services, please contact our dentist near you. We use the most modern technology to provide an accurate diagnosis, personalized treatment plans, and effective treatment.

We provide several specialty dental care options in Stony Brook, NY.

Periodontal Therapy and Gum Grafting

Patients who have receding gums or want to improve their smile may need gum grafting. This procedure involves transplanting healthy gum tissue to an area where gums have worn away due to exposed tooth roots.

Our dentist in Stony Brook, NY, will help determine the best type of gum graft to reinstate the health and appearance of your gums.

Prosthodontics

If one or more of your teeth are missing, our experienced prosthodontist will help you explore suitable treatment options. Prosthodontics deals with restoration, design, and implantation of replacement teeth. After a complete evaluation, we will recommend the best solutions to restore and reconstruct your teeth.

Root Canal Treatment

A root canal is required when bacteria damages the inner structure of the tooth. Our experts provide effective surgical and non-surgical root canal treatments. The dentist will numb the surrounding nerves and clean the root canal before sealing it against further deterioration.

To learn more about specialty dental care in Stony Brook, NY, please call our office for an appointment.

Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies can be caused by dislodged, knocked-out or broken teeth as well by bleeding abscesses or untreated infection. Our emergency dentist will provide instructions over the phone before you drive over to Stony Brook Dental Group for treatment.

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We also use reliable, sedation dentistry techniques to calm patients and eliminate anxiety before starting dental procedures. Laughing gas is also very safe for pediatric use. Patients suffering from headaches, earaches, jaw pain, or discomfort can visit our office for specialized TMJ treatment. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment.

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