Restorative and General Dentistry in Washington, DC

Restorative and General Dentistry in Washington, DC

With restorative dentistry, patients can receive treatments to repair teeth affected by decay, gum disease, or trauma. These treatments include fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, dental implants, and more. General dental services are also often recommended to patients receiving restorative care to ensure their oral health stays strong and that their restorations are durable. These services can include regular checkups and cleanings, X-rays, fluoride treatment, and oral cancer screenings. Schedule a consultation with our dentist in Washington, DC, today to learn more about your treatment options!


Invisalign is a series of clear aligners that you wear over your teeth to straighten your smile gradually. Invisalign can correct several tooth alignment issues, including crossbites, underbites, open bites, gaps between teeth, crookedness, and more. In addition, Invisalign aligners are removable, so you can take them off when you eat, brush, floss, and for special occasions such as weddings or graduations. However, it’s essential to always put your aligners back on once you’re done eating to prevent food particles from getting trapped between your braces. This can also help keep your treatment on track by allowing you to maintain proper oral hygiene.

Occlusal / Bite Guard

An occlusal bite guard is a custom-made oral appliance that effectively covers the teeth and keeps them from coming into contact with the opposing teeth, preventing any damage caused by grinding. Our dentist in Washington, DC, may also recommend wearing one if you have TMJ pain that has not been relieved by traditional treatments like pain medications and physical therapy. 

Sleep Apnea Devices

Sometimes people suffer from sleep apnea without even knowing it. If you suspect you or your partner are suffering from sleep apnea, it is essential to seek professional treatment as soon as possible! Not getting enough oxygen when you are sleeping can have serious health consequences. 

There are several types of sleep apnea devices available. Some patients find relief with a mouthguard or oral appliance. These devices help keep your lower jaw in place while you sleep, allowing a natural oxygen flow into your lungs. 

Soft Tissue Treatment

Your mouth's soft tissues include your gums, tongue, lips, and cheeks, as well as the muscles that support them. Some patients may require soft tissue treatments due to functional constraints to improve their oral health or fix a cosmetic flaw. Imagine how delighted your smile would be at a full-service dentistry clinic that offers cutting-edge soft tissue treatments at our facility. Depending on your needs and what we discover during an assessment, these treatments can be used for cosmetic and functional reasons.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are titanium screws placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. The implant will fuse to the bone over months as the latter heals. Once the bone has healed, an abutment will be placed on the implant to support a fixed restoration, such as a crown or bridge. 

When a missing tooth is not replaced, it can cause other teeth to shift out of alignment, making chewing more difficult for the patient. It can also impact the appearance of the face as sagging cheeks can develop due to the bone loss that occurs when a missing tooth is not replaced. This bone loss can be minimized by stimulating the bone in the area of the missing teeth with an implant. 

Porcelain / Ceramic Crowns

A dental crown is a restoration that covers the entirety of the surface area of a tooth. It is cemented so it will not come off on its own. It is most commonly made of porcelain or ceramic. This material can match the color of a patient’s natural teeth so that it blends in seamlessly without being noticeable. 

Full Mouth Reconstructions

Full mouth reconstructions involve rebuilding or restoring all teeth in both the upper and lower jaws as needed. These procedures may be done for a variety of reasons, such as replacing missing teeth and repairing severely worn teeth. They can also be performed to improve a patient’s bite by correcting any misalignments or imbalances in the jaw joints. A full mouth reconstruction typically involves several dental procedures but can be performed in phases so that the patient can undergo treatment over time. Many full mouth reconstructions begin with dental implants, a foundation for permanent restorations that look and feel natural.

For the best dental care customized to your needs, visit M. Vajdi, D.D.S. at 908 New Hampshire Ave NW STE 100, Washington, DC, 20037, or call (202) 822-3787.


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