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6044 24-Mile Road , Shelby Township- 48316
Michigan , United States  United States
Today (Wednesday) Open 7:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Dr. Ban R Barbat - Shelby Township

When it comes to finding a state-of-the-art family dentistry facility, choose the dental practice of Ban R. Barbat, DDS. Here we offer wide range of dental care solutions, to find out more visit our site now.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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A Partial Denture fills spaces of missing teeth to give chewing ability and halt shifting of remaining teeth. Partial dentures usually consist of replacement teeth attached to gum-colored bases, connected by metal framework. Removable partial dentures attach to natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments, which are not visible and more esthetic than clasps.

A Full Denture is typically removable and replaces all teeth as well as gums that have diminished in height. New denture wearers need time to get accustomed to their new "teeth" because even the best fitting denture can feel awkward at first. Some have difficulty eating for several days or weeks and may notice a slight change in facial appearance, increased salivary flow, or minor speech difficulty.

The TMJ refers to your jaw joints, which are positioned in front of your ears and connect the lower jaw to the skull. There are many causes of TMD (TMJ Disorder), such as grinding and clenching of teeth, an injury, and emotional stress. However, the most common cause is a bad bite.

Findings published by the Academy of General Dentistry reveal about 75% of all headaches are caused by muscle tension, many of which are bite related. For this reason, Dr. Barbat has devoted many hours in continuing education in diagnosis and treatment for true sufferers of problems associated with the TMJ and bite misalignment.

A bite problem often exists when teeth are missing, misaligned, or worn down, preventing the upper teeth from fitting correctly with lower teeth. This forces the jaw to shift position and the muscles to work harder to bring the teeth together. And, when you are not chewing, your jaw muscles may not fully relax, even though they feel normal to you.

The constant strain on the muscles can pull the disc that cushions the jaw joint out of position. If this happens, the bones of the jaw joint can rub against each other, causing pain and damaging the joint.

Product and Services

Missing teeth can literally be life altering, but our Shelby Township dental office provides several options to restore chewing comfort and a confident smile.Dental implants are designed to be a lasting solution for missing teeth. Unlike a denture, implants are placed in the jaw bone to provide the same stable foundation that your natural teeth once had.

In addition to restoring the ability to bite and chew, Dental Implants halt bone loss that occurs when tooth roots are missing in the jaw. Bone loss contributes to changes in facial appearance, such as a sunken-in appearance of the mouth, deep wrinkling around the lips, a pointed chin and corners of the mouth that turn downward even in a smile.

Dr. Barbat provides all phases of Dental Implants in one location, convenient to Macomb and Oakland County, MI.Your comfort is always a priority. Dr. Barbat offers Oral Sedation for total relaxation or I.V. Sedation for those who prefer a 'twilight sleep' state.Dr. Barbat also offers the "All on 4" Dental Implant system. This is an excellent option for patients with a limited amount of bone and or limited budget.

It’s a non-removable option designed to maximize the use of available bone. After All-On-4 implants are placed, a new or existing denture is attached as a temporary set of teeth so patients leave with teeth in place ready to smile, laugh, and eat. Typically, in 3-4 months, the implants are secure and temporary teeth are replaced with a final set of teeth that are permanently attached.

Protecting and saving natural teeth is important to your oral health. Natural tooth roots are vital for helping you maintain a healthy jaw bone mass. When teeth need protection (from fractures, overload of fillings, etc.), a porcelain crown provides a natural look and feel with exceptional longevity. Dr. Barbat also uses the latest techniques and materials to ensure your crown is well-matched to neighboring teeth. And, as a trained Neuromuscular Dentist, she creates each crown to promote a healthy bite. This allows you to protect your natural tooth while avoiding headaches and jaw joint discomfort that can result from improper crown dimensions.

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