Dentistry can be a big and oftentimes confusing topic at times. Thankfully, the Advanced Dental Care team is available to answer your questions! For added convenience, we’ve compiled some of the most common FAQ’s we receive and their answers below. If you don’t see the information you’re searching for on this page, that’s not a problem either – just contact us directly here in Costa Mesa, CA.
For optimal oral health, we recommend visiting Advanced Dental Care at least twice a year. Through frequent checkups and cleanings, we can help you treat or even prevent the most common oral health problems before they have a chance to develop into something more serious. If it’s been more than six months since your last visit, don’t hesitate to call us and set up an appointment.
Snap-On Smile is a cosmetic alternative to both porcelain veneers and teeth whitening. It uses a special mouthpiece to improve the appearance of your smile. Made from durable, natural-shade resin, your Snap-On Smile mouthpiece will give you the beautiful, confident smile you’ve been dreaming of. Visit their website for more information.
If you need to make minor adjustments to your smile’s alignment, Invisalign may be the perfect solution. This cosmetic orthodontic system moves teeth using a series of clear aligners instead of metal brackets and wires. What’s more, because your aligners are removable, you can still eat your favorite foods during treatment. Invisalign isn’t right for everyone, though. If you have questions, Dr. Jorgenson would be happy to answer them for you.
Sedation dentistry lets Dr. Jorgenson provide anxious patients with a more comfortable dental experience. Using either nitrous oxide or oral conscious sedation, we can help you overcome your uncomfortable feelings, so you can finally receive the help you deserve.
Yes, we do! If you need to replace one or more teeth, Dr. Jorgenson would be happy to talk to you about restorative care with dental implants. This versatile service can be used to anchor everything from a single crown to a full denture. Let us talk to you about your treatment options during a special consultation at our Costa Mesa dental office.