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6 Locations to Serve You Better!
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Welcome to Rainbow Dental Center
Cosmetic Dentistry • Children's Dentistry
General Dentistry • Sedation Dentistry
- Cracked, worn, discolored or broken teeth
- Painlessly Repair Broken Teeth
- Raise your self-esteem
- Porcelain Veneers
- A lot of filling, too little tooth
- Take care of your teeth, for health's sake
- Replace those missing teeth with dental implants
- Denture Problems-Cracked, Worn, Discolored or Broken Teeth
• Cracked, Worn, Discolored, or Broken Teeth
Constant pressure from chewing, grinding or clenching can cause dental fillings, or restorations, to wear away, chip or crack. Although you may not be able to tell that your filling is wearing down, your dentist can identify weaknesses in your restorations during a regular check-up.
If the seal between the tooth enamel and restoration breaks down, food particles and decay-causing bacteria can work their way under the restoration. You then run the risk of developing additional decay in that tooth. Decay that is left untreated can progress to infect the dental pulp and may cause an abscess.
If the restoration is large or the recurrent decay is extensive, there may not be enough tooth structure remaining to support a replacement filling. In these cases, you may need to replace the filling with a crown.
Composite resins are tooth-colored, plastic materials that are used both as fillings and to repair defects in the teeth. Composites are often used on the front teeth where natural appearance is important. They can be used on the back teeth as well depending on the location and extent of the tooth decay.
Please call with any questions you may have about the benefits of composite resin restorations.
• Repair Broken Teeth Without Pain
Bonding can improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, broken, cracked, stained or have spaces between them. With bonding, tooth-colored materials are applied, or bonded, to the tooth surface. Please call our office for a free cosmetic consultation.
• Raise Your Self Esteem
A smile can be the most eye-catching feature of a face. With dentistry's many advances, you no longer have to settle for stained, chipped, or misshapen teeth. You now have choices that can help you smile with confidence.
Even the most subtle change in your smile can make a dramatic difference in the way you look and fee about yourself. Come in and talk to us about the options most suitable for you, and what your expectations are. Below are some options.
• Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain Veneers are thin custom-made shells designed to cover the front side of teeth. Made of tooth-colored materials, veneers are used to treat spaces between teeth and teeth that are chipped or worn, permanently stained, poorly shaped or slightly crooked.
They are considerably stronger than bonding.
Conserve far more tooth structure than with conventional crowns. And in just 2 visits to our office, you can have a smile that is custom-made and lasts up to over 15 years. Lumineers can serve as a substitute for braces and other orthodontics. They also may be used on worn teeth to straighten them, close spaces, and prevent further wear, or even placed over crowns to improve aesthetics. In most cases, we can change your smile with little to NO tooth reduction using porcelain Lumineers. This means NO injections, NO need for shots, and little to no grinding down, drilling, shaving or cutting away of teeth. The sensitivity usually felt after a restoration procedure is eliminated. There is no need for temporaries, either!
Feel free to call us for a cosmetic consultation.
We will answer any questions you may have about our porcelain veneers.• A Lot of Filling, Too Little Tooth
If you want a beautiful smile, you may need a crown to cover a tooth and restore it to its normal shape and size. A crown can make your tooth stronger and improve its appearance.
It can cover and support a tooth with a large filling when there isn't enough tooth left. It can be used to attach a bridge, protect a weak tooth from breaking or restore one that's already broken. A crown is a good way to cover teeth that are discolored or badly shaped. It's also used to cover a dental implant.
If a crown has been recommended to you, it's probably to correct one of these conditions. Our primary concern, like yours, is helping you keep your teeth healthy and your smile bright: Literally, your crowning glory.
• Take Care of Your Teeth, For Health's Sake
No matter what your age, you need to take care of your teeth and mouth. When your mouth is healthy, you can easily eat the foods you need for good nutrition. Smiling, talking and laughing with others also are easier when your mouth is healthy. Unhealthy teeth and mouths can lead to more serious health issues
• Good oral health is important for your total well-being. The condition of the tissues and structures of your mouth affect your general physical condition, ability to chew and speak, appearance, and personal relations.
• To help prevent tooth decay and gum disease, practice proper brushing and flossing and see your dentist regularly. Ask one of our dentists or dental hygienists to show you proper brushing technique. Also, you may want to ask us about additional ways to prevent tooth decay, such as sealants for teeth and fluoride treatments.
• Brush your teeth correctly for at least 2 minutes at least twice a day. The most important time to brush is before you go to sleep. It is also a good idea to brush or rinse after meals. Floss between your teeth once a day.
• Replace Those Missing Teeth with Dental Implants
Crowns and conventional bridges or dentures may not be your only options when replacing missing teeth. For some people, dental implants offer a smile that looks and feels very natural. Surgically placed below the gums over a series of appointments, implants fuse to the jawbone and serve as a base for individual replacement teeth, bridges or a denture.
Implants offer stability because they fuse to your bone. Integration of the implants into your jaw also helps your replacement teeth feel more natural and some people also find the secure fit more comfortable than conventional substitutes.
If you have healthy gums and adequate bone to support the implant, you are a candidate for dental implants.
Come in and see us if you are missing any teeth to determine whether you would make a good candidate for dental implants.
If you have lost all of your natural teeth, whether from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, complete dentures and replace your missing teeth and your smile. Replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health. Without support from the denture, facial muscles sag, making a person look older. You'll be able to eat and speak - things that people often take for granted until their natural teeth are lost.
There are various types of complete dentures. A conventional full denture is made and placed in the patient's mouth after the remaining teeth are removed and tissues have healed which may take several months. An immediate complete denture is inserted as soon as the remaining teeth are removed. The dentist takes measurements and makes models of the patient's jaw during a preliminary visit. With immediate dentures, the denture wearer does not have to be without teeth during the healing period.
Even if you wear full dentures, you still must take good care of your mouth. Brush your gums, tongue and palate every morning with a soft-bristled brush before you insert your dentures to stimulate circulation in your tissues and help remove plague.
If you have questions about your dentures, the need for dentures, or just want answers to your questions to help you make a decision, please call our office.
6 Great Locations to
Serve You Better!
Summit Dental Associates, PC/dba Rainbow Dental Center
(53rd & Center)
Omaha NE 68106
8041 S. 83rd Ave
LaVista, NE 68128
9513 “Q” Street
(95th & Q)
Ralston, NE 68127
2503 S. 140th Circle
(140th & Center)
Omaha, NE 68144
3932 S. 24th Street
(24th & E)
Omaha, NE 68107
3422 S 144th Street
Family Dental Associates, PC/dba Rainbow Dental Center
2811 N. 90th Street
(90th & Maple)
Omaha, NE 68134