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Rupi Dhadli, DDS, MD is a specialist of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons are the only dental specialists recognized by the American Dental Association (ADA) who are surgically trained in a hospital-based residency program for a minimum of 4 years. Dr. Dhadli trained alongside medical residents in internal medicine, general surgery, anesthesiology and spent time in otolaryngology (ENT), plastic surgery, emergency medicine, and other specialty areas. Her advanced training in anesthesia allows her to provide quality care with maximum patient comfort and safety in the office setting.
The CS 9300 system gives our oral and maxillofacial practice state-of-the-art technology to help Dr. Dhadli diagnose potential issues more accurately and provide treatment with unprecedented confidence.
This technology is capable of removing viruses and bacteria from the immediate area. It is designed to eliminate sick building syndrome and has proven effective in reducing out of work sick time in workforces. The product is capable of removing particulates, microbials, and gases. It also removes pollen, mold spores, dander, dust, MRSA, e-coli, and Norwalk.
The implants themselves are tiny titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. These metal anchors act as tooth root substitutes. The bone bonds with the titanium, creating a strong foundation for artificial teeth. Small posts that protrude through the gums are then attached to the implant.
When one or more teeth are missing it can lead to bone loss at the site of the gap. This loss of jaw bone can develop into additional problems, both with your appearance and your overall health. You may experience pain, problems with your remaining teeth, altered facial appearance, and eventually even the inability to speak and/or eat normally. In the same way that muscles are maintained through exercise, bone tissue is maintained by use. Natural teeth are embedded in the jaw bone and stimulate the jaw bone through activities such as chewing and biting.
TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR™ is a revolutionary concept providing patients with fully functioning teeth on dental implants in a single procedure that takes about an hour. This technology was developed by Nobel Biocare and utilizes collaboration between both the restorative doctor and the oral surgeon. This merging of knowledge and experience achieves not only increased safety, but also a more precise implant placement. In addition, the fabrication of a final prosthesis is completed prior to the surgery. The computer-guided implant surgery is done in an arthroscopic fashion without requiring any flap reflection.
The average adult has 32 teeth by age 18. There are normally 16 teeth on top and 16 teeth on the bottom. Each tooth in the mouth has a specific name and function. The teeth in the front of the mouth are referred to as the incisors, canine, and bicuspid teeth. These are ideal for grasping and biting food into smaller pieces while the back teeth, or molar teeth, are used to grind food into a consistency suitable for swallowing.