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Looking for Dental implants in Honolulu, Dr. Michael L offers dental services like Implants, Sedation, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dentures, Japanese Speaking Dentist, Orthodontics. Feel Free to Contact us. www.honoluludentaloffice.com

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Honolulu dental-clinic

  1. 1. Smiles in Paradise Dental Clinic Honolulu Our Address 1401 South Beretania Street, Suite #470, Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone : (808) 732-0291 Email: Doctor@honoluludentaloffice.com Www.honoluludentaloffice.com
  2. 2. Honolulu Dental Clinic Aloha and welcome to our website. Our goal is to provide you with uncompromising dental care with the utmost concern for your comfort and safety. With over 25 years of experience and countless hours of continuing education, Dr. Michael Nishime has a passion for what he does, and he treats and treatment plans every patient in the same manner he or one of his family members would want to be treated. His goal is to keep or return every patient to optimal oral health,function, beauty and comfort. Dr. Nishime received his B.A. degree from the University of Hawaii in 1978 and his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in 1981. He was inducted into the Tau Kappa Omega dental honor society while in dental school. He has been in the private practice of dentistry in Hawaii since 1981, and his practice is primarily focused on implant, cosmetic and advanced restorative dentistry. Services:1. General Dentistry:Technology Cosmetic Dentistry Restorative Care Periodontal Care Preventive Care Dental Care for Infants and Children Dentistry for Anxious Patient
  3. 3. 2. Endodontics:Non Surgical Endodontics Endodontics Retreatment Surgical Endodontics 3. Oral and Mixillofacial Surgery:Bone Grafting Corrective jaw or Orthognathic Surgery Facial Cosmetic Surgery Skin Treatment Dental Implant Temporomandibular joints Wisdom Teeth 4. Orthodontics:First Appointment Two Phase Treatment Retaining Straight Teeth Tongue Thrust
  4. 4. Technology Sterilization Emergencies 5. Pediatric Dentistry:Technology Preventive Care First Dental Visit Restorative Care Emergency Care 6. Periodontics:Non Surgical Periodontal Treatment Surgical Periodontal Treatment Cosmetic Surgical Procedures Dental Implants Maintenance
  5. 5. Cosmetic Dentistry:In a study completed by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, researchers found that 9 out of 10 patients agree that an attractive smile is an important asset. They also found that 75% of Americans agree that an unattractive smile can hurt an applicant’s chance for career success. Having a smile you love can increase your confidence and boost your self-image. If you are unhappy with your smile, you may be surprised to know that modern Cosmetic Dentist Anaheim Hills CA offers many solutions to common aesthetic problems. Our office provides the full spectrum of cosmetic dentistry to our patients. Whether you are seeking Veneers Anaheim Hills CA or simple tooth whitening or to repair crooked or damaged teeth, we can help you to achieve a more attractive smile. Restorative Care:Tooth Filling: Tooth Colored Filling is One of Dental Restorative Care Services and In the past, cavities could only be treated with unsightly metal fillings that are alloys for silver and mercury. These fillings, especially when close to the front of the mouth, are highly noticeable and unaesthetic. Sometimes, the filling is so large that it causes discoloration of the entire tooth. These fillings (or restorations) often weaken teeth due to the large amount of the original tooth that has to be removed. Also there is a risk of Mercury poisoning that is used in the filling. Modern dentistry has increasingly turned to Tooth colored or composite fillings as a strong, safe and more natural looking alternative. Composite fillings utilize a soft white plastic substance that is hardened with a blue light. Crown and Bridges: When a tooth is fractured, has a large old filling, or is severely damaged by decay, your dentist may recommend the placement of a crown. Crowns sngthen and protect the remaining tooth structure and can improve the appearance of your smile.Types of crowns include the full porcelain crown, the porcelain-fused-to-metal crown (precious & non-precious) and the all-metal crown.
  6. 6. Dental Implant :When a tooth is lost the specialized bony process that houses the tooth begins to resorb due to lack of stimulation. This causes a decrease in width and height of the bone in the area the tooth is lost. Neighboring teeth and opposing teeth begin to move into the space. This causes food lodgment, subsequent decay, gum disease and abnormal forces being transmitted to teeth leading to fracture of cusps which may necessitate root canal treatment or extraction. Loss of teeth can also cause the cheek and lips to collapse giving an aged look.The consequences of tooth loss can be prevented by replacing the lost tooth in a timely manner. Although there are several options to replace a missing tooth the number one choice for replacing lost teeth are dental implants. Implants are tiny titanium screws or posts that are surgically placed in the bone. Once integrated into bone they act like roots onto which small posts are attached which protrude through the gums. These posts provide stable anchors to the replacement teeth. Implants maintain the bone height by stimulation and prevents unnecessary trimming of adjoining teeth for bridge placement. Since implants are titanium posts there is no chance for decay on implants. Implants can service you for several years with regular professional cleaning and proper home care. Dentures:Over time, people’s teeth tend to naturally deteriorate. When a tooth has deteriorated substantially, it often needs to be extracted; and when multiple teeth are extracted, dentures may be the most appropriate solution. Dentures can create a natural and healthy looking set of teeth. In addition, a properly fitting set of dentures can greatly enhance your smile and sense of self-esteem. Endodontics:In order to understand why you need Non Surgical Endodontic Treatment, you must first learn about the anatomy of the tooth. Teeth are composed of three layers, the outer enamel, the inner dentin, and the innermost layer, the pulp. The enamel is the outer insulating layer of the tooth that has no nerve supply. The next layer, the dentin is innervated and is the sensitive tooth structure. The pulp contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue and creates the surrounding hard tissues of the tooth during development. The pulp is housed in the canal system within the tooth, which comprises of the pulp chamber in the crown and the root canals in the roots.
  7. 7. Endodontics:- Emergency Care:Injuries to the face, mouth and teeth are common among children. We are here to help you in the time of an emergency Dental. Do not panic, stay calm and determine the extent of injury. If your child has a facial /head injury assess whether or not you child’s injury caused loss consciousness even for a brief moment. If this is the case, your child should see a physician immediately. Worry about the mouth and teeth later. Stop any bleeding with a clean washcloth or gauze. If there is swelling place cold compression on the area. As you do this, check for broken teeth and/or missing teeth. If there are missing teeth, look for them.