Dental Implants


If you have one or more missing teeth, replacing them with dental implants is almost like getting those teeth back. They look and feel like your natural teeth, however they, too, require routine dental care like brush, floss, and regular dentist visits. And just like natural teeth, when properly cared for, dental implants can last a lifetime. Most people can get dental implants, and they have a very high success rate, especially when placed by a skilled clinician like Dr. Charles.

If you would like to talk to Dr. Charles about dental implants, please call (585) 394-5910 or email us for an appointment. READ MORE…..

Dental Crowns


One of the most effective methods of filling gaps in a smile and restoring the aesthetic appearance of a smile is by using dental crowns.  A crown can repair missing teeth or damaged teeth, but it can also be used to improve a person’s bite and help the patient chew more easily.  This is beneficial for the mouth and other systems in the body, including the digestive system, increasing a person’s physical health. READ MORE…..

Dental Bridges


Dental bridges are meant to close the gaps in your mouth, replacing your missing teeth and holding the remaining ones in place. A dental bridge enables you to chew and talk without problems, while also preventing the loss of your remaining teeth by not allowing them to migrate towards the empty spaces. Your Canandaigua practice offers a wide array of handcrafted dental bridges, from the least expensive solutions to the most advanced zirconium bridges manufactured with the help of 3D technology. You should seek advice from your dentist in regards to the best bridge options for you. Next, our professional team at your Canandaigua practice will see you through step by step to the final stage of the treatment.  READ MORE…..

CEREC Onlays


The Chairside Economical Restorations of Esthetic Ceramic, also known as CEREC, treatment is a modern technology that has revolutionized 21st-century dental procedures.  In previous years, crowns, inlays or dental veneers were utilized to restore a patient’s damaged teeth.  This traditional restoration would take several procedures with long waiting periods between each session; however, CEREC has changed all of this.  By using CEREC, the dental professional is able to create ceramic restorations within a few minutes offering treatment in a single visit.  READ MORE…..

Dentures


If you are currently have dentures that don’t fit well or facing the eventually of losing your teeth; you may be embarrassed or even afraid of addressing the situation. Well you don’t have to be afraid anymore because here at GDAI we can help.
The traditional loose-fitting, non attached dentures are gradually being replaced or improved by today technology where Implant supported or retained dentures are becoming more and more the norm. These dentures look natural and can be as secure as your natural teeth.T hey allow you to chew, talk, laugh, and never worry about them slipping out.

If you want to learn more about regular Dentures or Implant supported/retained Dentures, please call us at (585) 394-5910 or email us for an appointment.

The truth about Traditional Dentures

Traditional dentures are better than not having dentures at all. They allow you to smile with teeth and provide some limited functions such as eating, speaking, and good jaw position. Although some fit quite well, yet they still slide or make that weird clicking noise which can be quite embarrassing.
To improve denture fit and function, we recommend anchoring them with dental implants.

If your wish is to have implant supported/retained dentures; please call us at (585) 394-5910 to inquire about your options.  READ MORE…..

Mouth Reconstruction


The terms full mouth restoration, rehabilitation, and reconstruction are often used interchangeably when describing the process of simultaneously restoring or rebuilding all the teeth in the lower and upper jaws.

Full mouth reconstruction usually involves restorative dentists (performing procedures such as veneers, bridges, and crowns) or general dentists. It can incorporate dental specialists such as oral surgeons, periodontists (gum specialists), endodontists (tooth pulp specialists), and orthodontists (tooth position and movements specialists). READ MORE…..

Invisalign


If you want the confidence of a great smile you should use Invisalign to straighten your teeth discreetly. Invisalign uses a series of almost invisible aligning trays to move teeth gradually based on a treatment plan designed specifically for you.

It does not involve any metal brackets or wires meaning that you will have complete confidence in your smile both during and after treatment. Most people won’t actually notice you are wearing them. The aligners are also removable meaning that you can eat what you wish then brush and floss as you do normally.  READ MORE…..

Gum Disease Treatment


Periodontal disease, often referred to as gum disease, is a common dental problem that affects around 75% of adults in the United States. Most people battle with this problem say it came on unaware. The diseases are painless during its onset and progressing gradually when left untreated. The untreated gum disease is a big right to a person’s oral health and this can transition to the overall health.  READ MORE…..

Porcelain Veneers


If you want to change your appearance, then consider dental veneers. They are a great option if you have a gap between your teeth, chipped teeth or if you have misshaped teeth. Veneers are covers that are thin and they adhere to the teeth. There are different types of dental veneers and if you want to find out which one is the best for you, then you should speak with your dentist.

Dental veneers offer you a great way to improve your smile. These thin coverings go over the front of your tooth or teeth. Once they are set in place, they will blend in with your other teeth. Veneers are used to correct various issues such as chipped teeth, crooked teeth, teeth that can’t be whitened with bleaching and uneven spaces or gaps between teeth. READ MORE…..

Sedation Dentistry


Is Sedation Dentistry Right For You

We want to make sure our patients are comfortable when they see us at our office. However, many people are nervous about going to the dentist, even if the dentist is as caring as Dr. Charles. Sure, they may trust their dentist to perform the necessary dental work that’s needed, but they still feel anxious and nervous about everything. Some people feel so much anxiety that they decide to avoid going to the dentist at all costs. READ MORE…..

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