In Office Services
Dr. Sabiya and Dr. Ron's comprehensive approach aims to educate patients, improve overall health, deliver exceptional care and create beautiful smiles! We strive to impart an exceptional dental experience with each visit and build a foundation for superior long term oral health. At ADR Dental, Dr. Sabiya and Dr. Ron utilize a wide variety of state-of-the-art industry leading dental equipment, such as the latest digital X-ray technology and advanced sterilization equipment and BPA free materials. Environmentally friendly features include paperless forms and no contact billing.
The care you deserve! The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends starting dental visits at the eruption of the first tooth and no later than 12 months of age, and every six months after that.
The Express Polish is a 30 minute dental polish and floss. Perfect for in between your six month check ups.
The Express whitening is a 30-minute lite whitening for a brighter a smile. Perfect for a touch up for young teens and older.
Custom fit sports guards ensure superior protection, comfort and retention compared to boil and bite mouth guards.
SDF Silver Diamine Fluoride
"SDF" or silver diamine fluoride is a non-invasive ideal interim solution to the traditional approach of removing decay and restoring with a filling material.
Pediatric tooth extractions are common and generally simple. Having a pediatric dentist in charge of the procedure gives many parents peace of mind.
Nitrous oxide is an extremely safe and mild sedative used to help patients relax and ease anxiety during their dental treatment. Not all patients need nitrous oxide.
Premature loss of teeth in children leads to space loss and affects arch integrity. Space maintainers hold the space created by the premature loss of a primary tooth.
Baby Root Canals
A baby tooth root canal can help save the tooth and give it time to fall out when it is ready. If a baby tooth comes out too soon, your child can develop bite or speech problems.
Tooth Colored Fillings
Tooth color filled resins, are composite fillings which are often used in small to mid-size restorations providing strength, durability, and resistance to fracture.
Sealants are placed on the chewing (occlusal) surface of the back teeth — the molars and premolars — to help protect them from bacteria and acids that contribute to tooth decay. A sealant is a thin protective resin coating that seals the chewing surfaces and has been shown to reduce the risk of decay in nearly 80% in molars, according to the American Dental Association (ADA). While fluoride helps prevent decay and helps protect all the surfaces of the teeth, dental sealants add extra protection for the grooved and pitted areas.
Cosmetic 1 hour whitening with take home trays for older teens/adults