Iranian Dental Center

Whichever specific dental health issue you're currently facing, we'll be more than glad to give you an appointment for consultation on it!

OUR SERVICES

Preventative Dentistry
We have wide range for a preventative and general dentistry care services. We focus on the overall state of your oral health.
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Dental Checkup

We believe in “Prevention is better than cure” policy. In addition to daily brushing and flossing, you can help protect your oral health by visiting your dentist regularly for checkup. Your dentist can check for problems that you may not see or feel. Many dental problems don't become

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Oral Hygiene Education

Dental plaque is an adhesive mass containing bacteria which formed about 24 hours after brushing. It is the main cause of caries and gum disease. Dental plaque cannot be rinsed off but can remove by brushing, flossing and using mouth wash. In Iranian Dental Center, we provide our patients with methods and right ways of using tooth brush, dental floss, mouth wash and other oral hygiene techniques. read more

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Fluoride Therapy

Children should use toothpaste containing fluoride. Brushing twice a day (after breakfast and before bedtime) provides greater benefits than brushing once daily. Parents should dispense toothpaste to prevent their young children from swallowing too much. Studies have shown that “Fluoride Therapy” can decrease caries of 20%-40% and can decrease accumulation of plaques on tooth surface. Gel or foam as a form of Fluoride (are applied in special trays) and varnish Fluoride use for Fluoride Therapy. Fluoride Therapy is advised 2 times per year for all children from age 3 (3-4 times for children who have more risk of caries). Fluoride Therapy is also helpful for adults; particularly in case of hypersensitivity treatments and stopping first stage of caries. read more

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Pit & Fissure sealant

Sealants are thin, clear coatings that protect tooth surface which is prone to caries. It is very important to do for children who have caries on their primary teeth and should be done as soon as permanent tooth erupts. Since injection is not required in Sealant Therapy, it is considered more pleasant for children.

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Children Dentistry
We are providing an interesting and pleasant environment for children to get their cooperation and attention in order to do our best for them: by providing kids’ zone, gift box and …
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Milk Teeth Restoration

Milk teeth that are decayed should be treated to prevent the decay from spreading. Milk teeth should be cared for as they serve the same important purposes as the permanent teeth. These should be kept in place until they are replaced by permanent teeth. They reserve the space for the permanent teeth to grow into. If milk teeth are lost too early, the adjacent teeth can drift into the spaces that are needed for the permanent teeth. This can then cause crowding problems, because there is insufficient space for the permanent teeth. read more

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Pulpectomy (Milk Teeth Pulp Treatment)

In cases where there is infection of the nerve or pulp tissue of a primary tooth, treatment is highly recommended because remaining infections can disturb the formation of permanent successor tooth. “Pulp Therapy” prevents dental abscess and tooth loss in extraction. This method of treating infected dental nerve tissue is called Pulpectomy. The ultimate objective of this procedure is to save the tooth. read more

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Fluoride Therapy

Children should use toothpaste containing fluoride. Brushing twice a day (after breakfast and before bedtime) provides greater benefits than brushing once daily. Parents should dispense toothpaste to prevent their young children from swallowing too much. Studies have shown that “Fluoride Therapy” can decrease caries of 20%-40% and can decrease accumulation of plaques on tooth surface. Gel or foam as a form of Fluoride (are applied in special trays) and varnish Fluoride use for Fluoride Therapy. Fluoride Therapy is advised 2 times per year for all children from age 3 (3-4 times for children who have more risk of caries). Fluoride Therapy is also helpful for adults; particularly in case of hypersensitivity treatments and stopping first stage of caries. read more

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Pit & Fissure sealant

Sealants are thin, clear coatings that protect tooth surface which is prone to caries. It is very important to do for children who have caries on their primary teeth and should be done as soon as permanent tooth erupts. Since injection is not required in Sealant Therapy, it is considered more pleasant for children.

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Space Maintainers

If a milk tooth is lost prematurely, there might be a requirement for a space maintainer to "reserve" the space. If a milk tooth, has to be removed early due to an abscess, or is knocked out in some kind of trauma, a space maintainer may be recommended to save the space. If the space is not preserved, the other teeth may drift causing trouble to treat crowding and orthodontic problems. read more

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Stainless Steel Crown ( S.S.C. )

In the case of severe damage of primary tooth, specially after Pulp Therapy (Pulpectomy), badly broken cases or bruxism and tooth wear and …, teeth should be protected by S.S. Crown to save primary teeth till permanent successor eruption.

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Removable orthodontics appliances

Some dental and jaw problems could be diagnosed and treated by removable orthodontics appliances at earlier ages and sometimes these removable orthodontics appliances can decrease necessity of further fixed orthodontic treatments in future.

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Dental Trauma

By the age of 12, 33% of boys and 19% of girls have experienced at least one dental trauma. When dental trauma occurs, visiting a dentist is highly recommended. To enhance prognosis of treatment, specially in the case of avulsed tooth (complete displacement of a tooth). avulsed tooth should be replanted as soon as possible. Remember, do not keep tooth by root, take it by crown and if tooth is contaminated, wash it gently in normal saline and replant it in its position and visit a dentist as soon as possible. If you are not sure to do it yourself, put it in special solution (Known as “save a tooth”). If you do not have the solution, put tooth in a normal saline, low fat cold milk, child saliva or even water and see a dentist as soon as possible. read more

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Appliances for oral habits (thumb sucking, bruxism, pacifier habit, tongue thrusting...)

In case of oral habits like thumb sucking, before age of 4 no treatment is needed and there will be no aftermath such as skeletal deformity. But after age 4, it is highly recommended to pay attention and to consult with dentist. In school ages, special attention to stop such habits is crucial to prevent dental and skeletal deformities.

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Restorations & Dental Fillings
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Tooth-colored fillings (Dental Composite)

When your teeth develop dental caries, then the caries need to be removed which creates a cavity or a concave surface. This needs to be filled with special resin which is a tooth-like material that looks, acts and feels like the real thing. Not only is the filling of the same color as the tooth but it also is very strong and lasts for a long time. Other than filling cavities, these can be used to

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Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and Onlays are restorations that are used to repair posterior teeth that have a moderate amount of decay. They can also be used to restore teeth that are cracked or fractured but the damage is not severe enough to require a dental crown. Inlays and Onlays are usually made from porcelain, composite resin, and sometimes even from gold. They also restore the natural color and anatomy of the tooth and last longer.

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Tooth Wear Treatments

Tooth wear happens because of chemical factors such as carbonated drinks, fruits, acidic juices, pickles, some medications, Iron, vitamin C and … or maybe due to reflux (because of pregnancy and …) or maybe happens by physical factors such as hard tooth brushes, abrasive toothpastes, abrasive diet, habits (nail biting, pipe smoking, ...), bruxism and … It is important to find the cause of them and stop and relieve it and then treat it as soon as possible to prevent further damage of tooth.

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Post & Core

we believe that your teeth can be saved in most cases, that is true even in cases where you have lost a substantial part of the tooth crown due to tooth fractures or caries. Yes, it is possible to rebuild the tooth crown even in these cases through this procedure. Post and Core requires a root canal treatment of the tooth followed by placement of a custom-made or pre-fabricated post into tooth canal. The core is

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Zirconia & Ceramic Crowns

When the size of a "filling" exceeds a certain proportion of the tooth, it must be replaced with a "crown" also called a “Cap”. Crowns reflect light with a natural healthy glow. They strengthen teeth and improve a tooth’s appearance specially after the root canal treatment. Dental crowns (“tooth caps”) are one of dentistry’s most versatile restorations. Beyond just offering a way to rebuild and strengthen

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Esthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry
It may take care of purely aesthetic concerns of the patient (teeth whitening, straightening; etc...). Sometimes it involves Dental Filling and Bonding, which are quite simple dental procedures. Usually, they do not require numbing or any kind of anesthesia applied. Just with the help of bonding and adhering materials, the damaged tooth area can be easily visually fixed. The same goes for other aesthetic and generally cosmetic dental procedures which we offer; like whitening services and smile corrections using state-of-the-art technologies and methods.
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Tooth whitening (Office & Home)

Discolored, stained or aging teeth can be treated with the teeth whitening process. The treatment normally takes an hour in the dental clinic, and thereafter home treatment can be chosen to maintain results. Everyone deserves a dazzling smile, because you are worth it. As a side effect of the treatment, your teeth may feel a little sensitive during and/or after the initial treatment. This should settle down

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Smile designing

A complete makeover, improves the appearance of the smile through one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures such as dental veneers, composite bonding, tooth implants, teeth whitening, cosmetic gum contouring and crowns. A smile make over takes into consideration the relationship between lips, gums, teeth, color and creates the perception of a pleasant smile which is harmonious within the face. We show you the

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Laminate & Veneers

They are wafer-thin laminates or shells of tooth colored material (porcelain, ceramic or composite bonding material) that are cemented to the front surface of the teeth to improve their cosmetic appearance. Dental veneers are ultra-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve your appearance.

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Esthetic crowns

In case of large tooth fractures or When anterior teeth have severe discoloration which cannot relieve by bleaching and also cannot cover by veneers and laminates, we fabricate esthetic crown for these teeth.

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Tooth jewelry

Tooth jewelry involves sticking a jewelry on the teeth enamel. It is an absolutely harmless and completely reversible procedure for your teeth. It can also be fixed to hide a pigmented spot on the enamel and so on. The procedure takes only 10-20 minutes. As it has no sharp edges, it does not hurt your lips. If you want to take it off in the future, it can be done very quickly. Taking care of tooth jewelry requires nothing else than regular brushing.

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Root Canal Therapy
Root Canal Therapy A root canal is a treatment to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth. The procedure involves removing the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it and then filling and sealing it. The common causes affecting the pulp are a cracked tooth, a deep cavity, repeated dental treatment to the tooth or trauma. The term "Root Canal Therapy" means cleaning of the canals inside the tooth's root. The goal of a root canal therapy is to release pain and also to save a tooth that is severely infected. In our center, modern techniques and technology have helped root canals evolve into relatively comfortable treatments that often require no more than one or two times visiting us.
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Root Canal Therapy

A root canal is a treatment to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth. The procedure involves removing the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it and then filling and sealing it. The common causes affecting the pulp are a cracked tooth, a deep cavity, repeated dental treatment to the tooth or trauma. The term "Root Canal Therapy" means cleaning of the canals inside the tooth's root.

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Missing Teeth
The loss of teeth often causes diminished self-confidence and chewing difficulties. So, it is necessary to replace the missing teeth as early as possible; we at Iranian Dental Center, offer a number of teeth replacement options for our patients to choose from.
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1. Implant

Dental Implants are one of the most exciting innovations in the field of dentistry which allow the patient to replace missing teeth with teeth that are nearly as good and strong as natural teeth. Implants are also referred to as the 'third set' of teeth after the first two have been lost (milk teeth, permanent teeth), and can replace any number of teeth, from a single tooth to a complete set.

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2. Bridges (conventional-resin bonded...)

Dental bridges, like implants and partial dentures, are used to replace missing teeth. There are several types of fixed dental bridges (cannot be removed), including conventional fixed bridges, cantilever bridges and resin-bonded bridges. A bridge could be implant supported as well as tooth supported, it replaces one or more teeth in a row, and it is a fixed prosthetic, meaning that you cannot remove it. The replacement teeth are attached to one another to form the bridge. On the ends of the bridge are crowns that fit upon healthy teeth/implant adjacent to where the bridge will reside.

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3. Complete dentures

While you may miss your all natural teeth, dentures make it possible for you to eat well, improve your appearance and support your facial muscles so you maintain your appearance. Dentures require special care, however, and so does the rest of your mouth. Daily cleaning and regular dental visits are just as important now that you are a denture wearer as they were before you got your dentures.

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4. Removable partial dentures

A partial denture is custom made prosthetic device that fills multiple, non-adjacent spaces with replacement teeth. It is held in place with inconspicuous clasps, and can be removed, like a full denture, for cleaning.

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5. Over dentures

To provide more retention for partial or complete denture, we can take support from one or more remaining teeth or implant by completely enclosing them beneath denture. In this procedure, we prepare tooth or implant to provide retention, support and stability for denture.

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6. Immediate dentures

An immediate denture is a complete denture or removable partial denture fabricated for placement immediately after the removal of natural teeth. There are several advantages of an immediate denture. The most important factor is that you will never need to appear in public without teeth. It is also easier to duplicate the shape, color and arrangement of your natural teeth while some are still present in your

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Surgery
Oral Surgery as in its name refers to the various surgical procedures carried out in the oral cavity.
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1. Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth. There are two main types of tooth extractions: Simple Extractions and Surgical Extractions. Simple extractions are performed on visible teeth in the mouth under local anesthesia. The tooth is loosened from its site and then removed with dental forceps. Surgical extraction is a more complicated procedure done on teeth that have broken under the gum line or have not fully erupted.

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2. Wisdom tooth extraction

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to erupt in your mouth and are the teeth least needed for good oral health. Most people have four wisdom teeth that usually erupt through the gums in their late teens or early twenties. Sometimes wisdom teeth remain trapped in the jawbone under the gums because there is insufficient room for them to erupt. Wisdom teeth can cause gum disease or other damage to adjacent teeth, decay (due to the inability of your toothbrush to keep the area clean), and bone destroying cysts. Pain and swelling are the most common symptoms of problem wisdom teeth. Whether you have obvious symptoms or not, it is important to diagnose existing or potential problems caused by your wisdom teeth. Removal is often the wisest decision for your health and well-being.

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3. Impacted tooth surgery

An impacted tooth simply means that it is stuck and cannot erupt into function. Wisdom teeth often are impacted. Teeth may become impacted because of adjacent teeth, dense overlying bone, excessive soft tissue or a genetic abnormality. The wisdom teeth (third molars) are frequently impacted because they are the last teeth to erupt in the oral cavity. a surgical extraction of an impacted tooth is a fairly straightforward event. Your dentist will provide local anesthetic to numb the area surrounding the tooth.

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4. Apicoectomy

An Apicoectomy, or root-end resection, is the removal of the root tip and the surrounding infected tissue of an abscessed tooth. This procedure may be necessary when inflammation and infection persists in the area around the root tip after root canal treatment. It is an endodontic surgical procedure whereby a tooth's root tip is removed and a root end cavity is prepared and filled with a biocompatible material.

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Orthodontic
Healthy teeth can be moved at any age. In the process of orthodontic treatment for adults and children, our dentists will professionally rectify your orthodontic defects giving you an appealing structure of the jaw and your set of teeth as a whole.
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1. Removable Appliances

Some dental and jaw problems could be diagnosed and treated by removable orthodontics appliances at earlier ages and sometimes these removable orthodontics appliances can decrease necessity of further fixed orthodontic treatments in future.

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2. Braces

Today’s orthodontics offer more kinds of braces than ever before. At Iranian Dental center you are provided with a variety of options to suit your convenience and aesthetic considerations.

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3. Clear aligner / Invisible orthodontic

Invisalign straightens your teeth using a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. They gradually and gently shift your teeth into place. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. You just pop in a new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until your treatment is complete. Invisalign clear aligners are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional, metal orthodontic appliances. The Invisalign system is just as effective and fast-acting as traditional appliances while having almost none of the drawbacks typically associated with metal braces, such as discomfort, food restrictions, conspicuous metal brackets and wires, risk of gum or tissue damage, and feelings of self-consciousness that can arise)

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Gum disease
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Gum disease

Gum disease is the most common of all dental problems (estimates suggest that up to 80% people could have gum diseases without realizing the same) and is also one, which is taken most mildly by people. Gum diseases destroy gum tissue and teeth, and studies indicate that it can lead to strokes, heart attacks, and pregnancy complications. Gum disease, including gingivitis and periodontitis, are serious infections that can lead to tooth loss if left untreated. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums and bone supporting the teeth. Gum disease generally doesn’t hurt. You may have it for years before you feel discomfort. Gum disease can affect one tooth or a number of teeth. Gum disease begins when the bacteria in plaque, which is the sticky, colorless biofilm that constantly forms on the teeth, causes the gums to become inflamed. Gum disease can treat in initiate stage by a simple scaling and root planning and by do a sufficient oral hygiene, if you have been diagnosed with the more advanced form of gum disease) periodontitis (antibiotics or even surgery may be necessary. We will do everything possible to prevent having to extract the tooth. The best way to avoid gum disease is to practice good oral health habits, such as brushing and flossing regularly.)

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X-Ray
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X-Ray

We use radiographs for many reasons: to find hidden dental structures, malignant or benign masses, bone loss, and cavities and also is our guide to find abnormal cases, cysts, do implants, root cures and ... We are using one of the newest and full-featured 3D X-ray machines (controlled by fully trained and specialized operators) which enable us not only to serve our own patients, but also to be a perfect reference for other dental clinics across the country.

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