Are you a good candidate for Sleep Dentistry?
Dr. Mueller works with a team of hospital anesthesiologists to provide patients of his Willow Grove, PA office with Sleep Dentistry. While the patient is maintained in a state of ‘Twilight Sleep’, Dr. Mueller is able to complete multiple and diverse dental/surgical procedures in a single visit.
Patient anesthesia and comfort is carefully monitored and maintained by the Anesthesiologist at chair-side throughout all Sleep Dentistry procedures.
Throughout the entire required range of treatment, from the placement of cosmetic veneers to dental implants, periodontal surgery to extractions and immediate placement of Dentures, Bone/Soft Tissue Grafting, Root Canal Treatment to Crowns and Bridges, the patient is aware only of the finished results upon waking from a ‘light sleep’. Call our office for more information regarding our Sleep Dentistry services.
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Why have dental implants become such a popular option? Call Today for more information... (215) 657-5700
Statistics show that nearly 70% of adults may have lost at least one permanent tooth to periodontal disease, an accident, a failed root canal or tooth decay. Also, by age 75, approximately 25% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth.
Dental Implants are very frequently the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth. A Dental Implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge.
"How I utilize the placement of dental implants to benefit my patients is determined on an individual diagnosis and treatment basis. For example, I will place a dental implant(s) to replace one or more individual teeth to complete the restoration of a partially complete dental arch. However, the patient without any remaining teeth, or facing the removal of remaining teeth, may require dental implants to support and stabilize a removable denture."
By offering Dental Implants in my treatment plans, my patients benefit from what may be considered the most conservative and long-lasting treatment option available today. In most cases, state of the art i-CAT 3D imaging is also used to provide the most accurate placement of the implants.
Your Jaw Pain is real and the causes of that pain can be extremely destructive to your health and comfort. Many patients may experience a "cracking", "clicking" or "crunching" when they open or close. Others may experience Head Aches or Neck and Shoulder pain.
Dr. Mueller can quickly and accurately diagnose the causes of your pain and provide effective treatment. Cat- Scan Imaging is often used to provide incredibly accurate images of pain sources.
Call our office today (215) 657-5700 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Mueller.