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  • One Stop Shop For All your Dental Care Needs - Thayer Dental Care
    Thayer Dental Care is a family dentist clinic serving patients in Mammoth Spring, Hardy AR. Our cosmetic dentist offers affordable dental care in Thayer MO.
  • New Technologies Implemented for Cosmetic Dentistry
    When we asked about what features of a person finds most attractive, both men and women rate a person’s smile as the second most important feature,with personality in the top. Your smile is one of the first thing that people notices about you. A beautiful smile creates a youthful appearance, projects confidence, and leaves a lasting impression. The good news is that it is now easier than ever to take care of your smile with the help of Cosmetic dentistry.

    Cosmetic dentistry plays an important role to improve your smile, and makes you feel more confident by offering an elective treatment. New trends in cosmetic dentistry is making it possible to get the smile that you desire.

    4 New Trends in Cosmetic Dentistry:-

    Teeth Whitening
    Teeth Whitening is one of the most popular treatment in cosmetic dentistry. Tooth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth looks. Most dentists perform teeth whitening in almost all Dental Clinics.

    The most common reasons for teeth to get yellow or stained are:-
    Using tobacco
    Drinking dark-colored liquids such as coffee, cola, tea and red wine.
    The basic procedure behind tooth whitening is to clean using a solution to break down these staining agents. For even better results, even at home, solution such as KoR can be added to maintain and improve the results. The solution is capable of improving even tetracycline stains, which we used to believe couldn’t be addressed with teeth whitening.

    3D Tooth Printing
    One of the most exciting innovations in the world of cosmetic dentistry is 3D tooth printing. 3D printers could just begin a revolution when it comes to the creation of teeth. These printers enable a replacement tooth to be created with an exact and natural standard looking one. The cost and time barriers are slowly coming down for this technology. This could be a fairly common trend within dentistry in just a few years. The possibilities are really endless when it comes to 3D tooth printing.

    Porcelain Veneers
    One of the most dramatic cosmetic procedures, porcelain veneers can offer bright, perfect looking teeth that last life long. The advancements in ceramics helps the teeth to become stronger and more beautiful at the same time. Porcelain Veneers are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve your appearance. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size, or length. This treatment is mainly used for those who habituated to years of drinking coffee, smoking cigarettes or eating highly pigmented foods and eventually taking their toll on your teeth, turning them an unattractive shade of yellow or brown.

    Dental Implants
    Modern trends like Teeth-in-a-Day dental implants allow people to take advantage of dental implants without waiting months for their new smiles. Dental implant is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with metal, screw like posts and replaces damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real ones.
  • Welcome to Thayer Dental Care
    Thayer Dental Care is the highest rated dentist in Thayer Missouri and is a one stop shop for all your dental care needs. With low prices, high quality products, and technology that minimizes your time spent in the office, it’s easy to choose Thayer as your dental care provider. We treat our patients like family and strive to maintain a laid back atmosphere. Call to secure an initial appointment and take advantage of one of our new patient specials.

    Dr. Samir Patel is a unique small-town dentist. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Georgia State University in 2004 and then went on to earn his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Medical College of Georgia in 2008, where he learned to use state-of-the-art procedures and techniques to provide exceptional care and quality dentistry.

    Each year, Dr. Patel attends extensive postdoctoral studies in clinical dentistry, enabling him to provide some of the latest advances in dental technology, and comfort, for your family

    Dr. Patel’s wife, Dr. Hetal Patel, is a family physician. They have two children, Keera and Naveen. In his free time, Dr. Patel enjoys traveling and spending time with his family.

    Dr. Patel is a member of the American Dental Association and Missouri Dental Association.
  • Root Canal Treatment - Denture Implants - Thayer MO, Mammoth Spring, Hardy AR
    Thayer Dental Care is a family dentist clinic serving patients in Mammoth Spring, Hardy AR. Our cosmetic dentist offers affordable dental care in Thayer MO. Our treatments include root canal, teeth whitening, tooth implant, denture implants, porcelain veneers. We offer mercury-free restoration, same day crowns.
  • Periodontist - Denture Implants - Dental Crown - Thayer MO, Mammoth Spring, Hard...
    Thayer Dental Care is a family dentist clinic serving patients in Mammoth Spring, Hardy AR. Our cosmetic dentist offers affordable dental care in Thayer MO. Our treatments include root canal, teeth whitening, tooth implant, denture implants, porcelain veneers. We offer mercury-free restoration, same day crowns.
  • Procedures for Dental Crowns made to look like natural teeth and how long it wil...
    A Dental crown is a man-made or artificial covering that fixed prosthetic restorations made to restore a damaged tooth to its original shape and size. A Dental crown adds strength to a tooth that has a large filling or has been injured, a crown can correct bite misalignments. They’re permanently cemented on teeth that have cracked, extensively decayed, or otherwise damaged, and a crown is usually necessary after a root canal.

    Dentists install crowns to perform several important functions. They protect weak teeth, restore broken teeth, prevent cracked teeth from breaking further, and support teeth that have large fillings. Crowns restore the appearance, shape, and alignment of a damaged tooth. After a crown is cemented in place, it’s usually the only visible part of the tooth. Crowns are also used extensively for purely cosmetic problems: yellow teeth, stained teeth, too-small teeth, and teeth that are misshapen.

    Procedures for Dental Crowns :-

    Numbing the Tooth
    The first step of the dental crown procedure involves using a local anesthetic to numb the tooth and surrounding tissues. Then, they’ll use a dental drill and an abrasive bur to remove the outer surface of the tooth on the top and all sides, creating enough room for the crown to be placed.

    Make an Impression of the teeth
    The dentist will take alginate impressions of both your upper and lower dental arches. These impressions will be poured in stone to create a stone model of your teeth. The models will be sent to the dental laboratory for use when making your crown. It usually takes about two to three weeks to get the crown back from the dental laboratory after the dentist sends them the impression.

    Placing a Temporary Crown
    It’s not good for the tooth to leave it uncovered over that time, so your dentist will install a temporary crown during your initial visit. Placing a temporary crown over the prepared tooth may seem like a cosmetic necessity, but in actuality, the temporary crown is very important for a number of reasons.

    Cementing Permanent Crown
    Once the prepared tooth is completely numb, your dentist will remove the temporary crown from the tooth. All of the temporary cement is removed from the tooth, and the tooth is completely dried. Your dentist will then try the permanent crown on the tooth. Using a piece of dental floss, your dentist will also check the contacts in between the crown and adjacent teeth to ensure there is an ideal contact between the teeth. Finally, dentists then use a special cement to affix the crown to the tooth. When the cement cures, the crown is firmly attached to the tooth.

    Dental crowns helps to restore the shape, strength, functionality, and appearance of a damaged tooth. After you have one placed, you’ll be able to use your tooth to chew again without risking damage to what’s underneath it. Crowns protect the vulnerable part of the tooth by physically holding it together and shielding it from damage.

    How long it will last?
    Dental crowns can last for many years, but are not designed to last indefinitely. Even with proper care, dental patients should not expect crowns to be trouble-free for decades. There is encouraging evidence, however, that points to a high success rate: a 2009 study found that more than 90% of dental crowns will not require treatment within five years of placement. The study also found that 50% to 80% last from 15 to 20 years.
  • High-Tech Treatments Revolutionises Dental Care - says Thayer Dental Care
    High-tech treatments hold promise for tooth regeneration in dentistry which repairs cavities without fillings and even can regrow the entire teeth. This is really revolutionizing the Dental Industry with more patients opting such treatments for better and effective dental care.

    Some new upcoming treatments in Dental Care are:-

    STEM CELLS
    Usually, when dentists spot cavities, they drill out the decayed material and fill the hole with amalgam. But amalgam can fail or even fall out in due course. That can bring more discomfort and a trip back to the dentist cause inconvenience and is expensive.
    It is possible to overcome the above-mentioned problems by using stem cells very effectively. The research shows the drugs can coax stem cells within the dental pulp — the soft material deep within teeth that is filled with nerves and blood vessels — into regrowing enough bony tissue (dentin) to fill the cavity.

    LASERS
    When decay reaches the pulp, dentists perform a root canal treatment. This involves removing the bulk of the tooth and then filling what is left with amalgam. The tooth is then sealed with an artificial cap, but this can fail over time as a result of the stresses of chewing.
    By using low-power laser light to stimulate tooth regeneration is an effective treatment to avoid such situations. Applying Laser light directly on the remaining pulp can stimulate stem cells in the pulp to produce new dentin. Our bodies have the ability to heal our tissues through their own stem cells. Laser treatment can bring in quality change and can have dramatic effects on dental treatments and dentistry.
  • Periodontist - Denture Implants - Thayer MO, Mammoth Spring, Hardy AR
    Our treatments include root canal, teeth whitening, tooth implant, denture implants, porcelain veneers. We offers mercury free restoration, same day crowns.
  • Periodontist - Denture Implants - Thayer MO, Mammoth Spring, Hardy AR
    Our treatments include root canal, teeth whitening, tooth implant, denture implants, porcelain veneers. We offers mercury free restoration, same day crowns.
  • New emerging technologies that will change dentistry - Thayer Dental Care
    Each year, new technologies emerge in the dental world that change and improve existing workflows.
    Six emerging technologies are:-
    1. Ultrasound technology
    The goal with ultrasound solutions in dentistry is to provide a radiation-free option for imaging, along with detailed, 3D images of the teeth and jaw. Ultrasounds could offer an alternative to many 2D and 3D imaging solutions currently available. The “3D” ultrasound technology that is commonly seen with fetal ultrasounds of pregnant women shows how far ultrasound imaging has come. If that kind of progress continues, it’s easy to imagine a world in which ultrasound imaging becomes a popular method for caries detection, digital impressions, imaging and more.
    2. Continuous Liquid Interface Production
    Continuous Liquid Interface Production, a proprietary 3D printing technology owned by Carbon. This method of 3D printing is engineered to be around 100 times faster than current 3D printing speeds, and also has the added benefit of looking like a science fiction movie. Other 3D printing technologies are also drastically changing what dentists can do in terms of cost, speed, accuracy or other factors. There may not be a more disruptive technology coming to dentistry than 3D printing, and what we’ve seen at this point is likely just a hint of what’s to come.
    3. Robotics
    Earlier this year, the first robot designed for dental implant surgery was approved by FDA. It’s designed to ensure accurate and precise oral surgery, specifically for implant cases and implant placements. The intent of surgical robots is to allow more precise control over surgeries, ostensibly providing better care, less invasive procedures and improved healing times. Some researchers are even experimenting with completely hands-free surgeries—though these will likely always be a minority since quick reactions and critical thinking are key to any surgery.
    4. Virtual Reality
    On the clinician side, VR could revolutionize how dental professionals are educated, both in dental school and in continuing education courses. Hygienists and other members of the dental team could use VR training to hone their skills and experiment with different ergonomic techniques without the presence of a real patient. It provides a virtual laboratory for any dental professional to test out the latest technology and techniques. Virtual reality is completely immersive, and can help distract even the most skittish dental patient.
    5. Artificial Intelligence
    With the advent of digital dentistry, dental offices now collect a significant amount of data—from 3D images, to patient files, to EHR, to intraoral scans and so on. That data is helpful in the day-to-day job of the clinician and the dental team, but it’s even more useful in the virtual “hands” of AI. A system that was built to learn and develop its own intelligence can scan, analyze and make sense of the massive amounts of data. It can then suggest treatment options, predict problems and issues before they happen, and ensure any planned medication or procedures won’t interfere with other health concerns and more. Artificial intelligence could also be used to eventually help with diagnoses and analysis of images—2D or 3D.
    6. 3D printing materials
    In the manufacturing sector, printable ceramics have been available for several years. While right now the materials aren’t biocompatible, but it doesn’t take much imagination to understand how this technology could eventually lead to printable teeth that require a simple finish and polish before insertion. Additional materials could be used to print “gingiva” with the final goal of dentures that are completely 3D printed.
    For More dental Information Please Contact Us:-
    Thayer Dental Care
    Dr. Samir Patel (General and Cosmetic Dentist)
  • New emerging technologies that will change dentistry - Thayer Dental Care
    Each year, new technologies emerge in the dental world that change and improve existing workflows.
    Six emerging technologies are:-
    1. Ultrasound technology
    The goal with ultrasound solutions in dentistry is to provide a radiation-free option for imaging, along with detailed, 3D images of the teeth and jaw. Ultrasounds could offer an alternative to many 2D and 3D imaging solutions currently available. The “3D” ultrasound technology that is commonly seen with fetal ultrasounds of pregnant women shows how far ultrasound imaging has come. If that kind of progress continues, it’s easy to imagine a world in which ultrasound imaging becomes a popular method for caries detection, digital impressions, imaging and more.
    2. Continuous Liquid Interface Production
    Continuous Liquid Interface Production, a proprietary 3D printing technology owned by Carbon. This method of 3D printing is engineered to be around 100 times faster than current 3D printing speeds, and also has the added benefit of looking like a science fiction movie. Other 3D printing technologies are also drastically changing what dentists can do in terms of cost, speed, accuracy or other factors. There may not be a more disruptive technology coming to dentistry than 3D printing, and what we’ve seen at this point is likely just a hint of what’s to come.
    3. Robotics
    Earlier this year, the first robot designed for dental implant surgery was approved by FDA. It’s designed to ensure accurate and precise oral surgery, specifically for implant cases and implant placements. The intent of surgical robots is to allow more precise control over surgeries, ostensibly providing better care, less invasive procedures and improved healing times. Some researchers are even experimenting with completely hands-free surgeries—though these will likely always be a minority since quick reactions and critical thinking are key to any surgery.
    4. Virtual Reality
    On the clinician side, VR could revolutionize how dental professionals are educated, both in dental school and in continuing education courses. Hygienists and other members of the dental team could use VR training to hone their skills and experiment with different ergonomic techniques without the presence of a real patient. It provides a virtual laboratory for any dental professional to test out the latest technology and techniques. Virtual reality is completely immersive, and can help distract even the most skittish dental patient.
    5. Artificial Intelligence
    With the advent of digital dentistry, dental offices now collect a significant amount of data—from 3D images, to patient files, to EHR, to intraoral scans and so on. That data is helpful in the day-to-day job of the clinician and the dental team, but it’s even more useful in the virtual “hands” of AI. A system that was built to learn and develop its own intelligence can scan, analyze and make sense of the massive amounts of data. It can then suggest treatment options, predict problems and issues before they happen, and ensure any planned medication or procedures won’t interfere with other health concerns and more. Artificial intelligence could also be used to eventually help with diagnoses and analysis of images—2D or 3D.
    6. 3D printing materials
    In the manufacturing sector, printable ceramics have been available for several years. While right now the materials aren’t biocompatible, but it doesn’t take much imagination to understand how this technology could eventually lead to printable teeth that require a simple finish and polish before insertion. Additional materials could be used to print “gingiva” with the final goal of dentures that are completely 3D printed.
    For More dental Information Please Contact Us:-
    Thayer Dental Care
    Dr. Samir Patel (General and Cosmetic Dentist)