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Specialty Dentistry

What is Specialty Dentistry?

Here at the dental office of Dr. Loveleen Brar, we offer much more than just general dental procedures. We are proud to provide an exceptional and innovative approach where people of all social and economic levels will have access to skilled dental specialists that are dedicated to providing patients with optimum oral care.


Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Wisdom teeth derive their name from the fact that they form in the late teen years, making them "older and wiser." In today's world, the softer diet and shorter jaw of modern humans have rendered wisdom teeth unnecessary. In fact, the onset of wisdom teeth can be a painful and potentially dangerous development. In most cases, a relatively simple and straightforward surgery can extract the wisdom teeth before they cause permanent damage to the teeth and mouth.
Root Canals

Root Canals (Endodontics)

Endodontic treatment, more commonly known as root canal therapy, is necessary when the pulp of your tooth becomes inflamed or infected. The inflammation or infection can have a variety of causes such as deep decay, or a crack or chip in the tooth, with proper care; an endodontically treated tooth will function normally for years to come.
Periodontal Treatment

Periodontal Treatment

Advanced gum disease, called periodontitis, affects almost half of Americans over the age of 30, according to a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As common as the condition is, tooth loss is often an unfortunate outcome when left untreated. But today, with so many successful treatment options available for advanced periodontal disease, losing teeth doesn't have to be your next step with an unhealthy gum line.

Kids Dentistry

Dr. Brar recommends that brushing begin as early as six months, (or as soon as your child’s first tooth appears) and that they should see a dentist before their first birthday. That may sound young, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your child’s oral health. More than 40% of kindergarten-age children suffer from tooth decay. It’s even more common than asthma or hay fever. In fact, despite being largely preventable, tooth decay is one of the most widespread chronic childhood diseases in America, and is the number one cause for missed time from school.