Happy New Year from The Silberg Center for Dental Science

Make Oral Health A Priority In 2016!

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Don’t let those teeth go another year without being cared for. Join with us to make 2016 the year that you start focusing on your oral health! We are encouraging all of our patients to make dental care part of their New Year’s resolutions. It might seem silly, but by taking the time to perfect your oral hygiene regimen and visit with Dr. Silberg, you might be able to enjoy a healthier smile than ever before.

A great place to start is by making an appointment for a preventative checkup. You don’t have to wait until you have serious dental problems to visit with Dr. Silberg. In fact, early appointments can help us to identify issues with your teeth and stop decay before it starts spreading.

Let Us Help You to Perfect Your Smile

Here are just a few ways we can help you to have the smile you have always dreamed of:

  • Discolored, Damaged Teeth: Here at the Silberg Center for Dental Science, we offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry options such as teeth whitening, bonding, or even reshaping. If your teeth are discolored or damaged, we can brighten them, smooth out the surfaces, and replace decay with tooth-colored resins or porcelain crowns.
  • Uneven or Blotchy Gums: Don’t let those splotchy or uneven gums make your smile look strange. We offer laser treatments to bleach away spots or to remove and reshape tissue. After all, your gums provide the frame for your smile.
  • Missing Teeth: Don’t let those missing teeth make your smile look damaged. We also provide custom-designed dental implants that can be anchored right into your jawbone. These implants are comfortable, natural looking, and can transform your smile.
  • Gingivitis: We can even treat advanced gingivitis at our office. Dr. Silberg can remove plaque and tartar pockets that might be inflaming your gums or contributing to periodontal disease.


Don’t hesitate to make your New Year’s appointment today! The sooner you start focusing on your oral health, the better.

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