July 24, 2014
Smiles can become damaged through a variety of factors. Tooth decay and gum disease, which are two of the most common dental health issues anyone can face, can cause a dental breakdown if they aren’t treated soon. Damage you may have sustained in an injury can contribute as well.
Thankfully, it’s possible to enjoy improved functionality and appearance again. With a full-mouth reconstruction from our Coplay office, we’re helping patients have a whole new smile using a variety of restorative services. Once complete, your new smile can help to reverse the effects of serious oral health problems and improve your sense of health and wellbeing again.
The services that may be used for a full-mouth reconstruction include:
- Porcelain Veneers
- Dental Implants
- Periodontal Therapy
- CEREC Crowns
- Inlays & Onlays
- Dentures & Partials
At a consultation appointment, Dr. Salivonchik will assess your needs and talk to you about your treatment options. We promise to deliver personalized care that helps you address your situation. With your reconstruction complete, you can look forward to having a beautiful new smile for years to come.
Are you ready to start your full-mouth reconstruction? Call our Coplay office to schedule an appointment with us. We serve patients from Whitehall, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, The Poconos, and all surrounding areas.
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December 10, 2013
The New Year is still weeks away, but it’s not too soon to start thinking about what kind of services you might need for 2014. Every year, new patients embrace what’s possible with cosmetic dentistry, while others may already know about one or two restorative services they’ll need.
If you fall into either category, we want to encourage you to call Dr. Salivonchik’s Whitehall dental office for a late-2013 or early-2014 appointment. During your appointment, he’ll be happy to talk to you about what’s on your mind and the concerns you might have about the care you need. Dr. Salivonchik will also complete an oral health exam so he’s fully up to date on how your smile is currently doing.
Our combination of cosmetic and restorative services includes many of the best available today, including:
When deciding what services are ultimately right for you, we’ll consider a wide range of factors, among them your health and the goals you’ve already devised. We’re committed to making sure our Whitehall-area patients receive the personalized care they expect.
And for patients who choose teeth whitening, there’s an extra benefit. Dr. Salivonchik donates all teeth whitening fees to the Children’s Cancer Research Fund at the University of Minnesota. This lets patients do something good for others while at the same time improving the appearance of teeth and boosting self-confidence. You can learn more about our special program by visiting our teeth whitening page.
Are you ready to get a jump on your care for 2014? Call us today. Our office is located in Lehigh Valley and serves Whitehall, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, The Poconos, and surrounding areas.
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August 10, 2012
Thanks to a great cosmetic or restorative dentistry service, you’re enjoying better oral health than you have in a long time. What’s more, you gain a sense of confidence you didn’t used to have. Maybe you had one or more teeth replaced with dental implants or you had a tooth capped with a CEREC crown. Whatever your case, there’s one question on your mind now, and it’s an important: how can I make it last?
After all, a cosmetic or restorative service like one of these is an investment. And as with any investment, you want to protect it. So how can you do that?
Often, the best way is through regular exams and cleanings, in addition to brushing and flossing at home. That may come as a surprise, especially if you’ve had all your teeth replaced with dental implants, but it’s true. After all, your smile is still vulnerable to common problems like gum disease, oral cancer, TMJ dysfunction, and more.
Our best advice for you, then, is to treat your restored smile the way you would if it were your natural smile. Brush at least twice a day, floss at least once, and rinse with an effective mouthwash. Be sure you also stay in touch with Dr. Salivonchik. Regular visits are a key part of maintaining great oral health.
Do you need to schedule your next visit? Call Dr. Salivonchik’s Coplay dental office today to reserve your appointment. We serve patients from all around the Lehigh Valley area, including Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, The Poconos, and beyond.
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August 9, 2012
At Dr. John Salivonchik’s Coplay dental office, we want to provide dental care that will improve our patients’ quality of life and self-confidence, and one way we’re doing that is through partial or full dentures. What millions of Americans have already discovered is that partial or full dentures can give someone who is missing one or more teeth a new lease on life by restoring their smile’s functionality, which makes eating and speaking easier, and their appearance.
A Variety of Options to Treat Your Specific Needs
Because not every patient has the same needs, denture patients from the Coplay area will find that we offer both partial and full dentures, in addition to offering implant-supported dentures. This ensures that we’re able to need the denture needs of those in our community, regardless of which type our patients might need.
And which type do you need?
If you only need to replace a couple of teeth, you might already know the answer to that. But if you have missing teeth and several of your remaining teeth have begun to weaken, the answer may not be quite as easy. Which is why we always recommend that patients considering dentures come to our Coplay dental office for a consultation appointment. During a consultation, Dr. Salivonchik can talk to you about your needs and explain your options, in addition to answering any questions you might have about our denture options.
Are you ready to restore your smile? Call us today. Our Coplay dental office is located in Lehigh Valley and serves patients from Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, The Poconos, and beyond.
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July 30, 2012
At Dr. John Salivonchik’s Coplay dental office, we offer a wide range of great restorative dentistry services for patients to take advantage of. But for some patients, one service may be enough to completely restore your smile’s appearance or functionality. That’s why we also offer a service known as full-mouth reconstruction.
What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
There’s no single answer to that question. Because every patient has different needs, each full-mouth reconstruction will be a little bit different. But regardless of the specifics of your treatment, each full-mouth reconstruction will combine a variety of general, cosmetic, and restorative services to create a beautiful and functional smile.
Your full-mouth reconstruction may utilize any one of the following services:
To complete your full-mouth reconstruction, Dr. Salivonchik will work closely with some of the best specialists in the Coplay area, all to ensure that you receive the absolute best care.
If you’d like to find out more about any of the services we use for full-mouth reconstruction procedure, click on the links above. We also invite you to call our Coplay dental office today to schedule a consultation visit with Dr. Salivonchik. Consultation appointments are important, as they give Dr. Salivonchik and our team the opportunity to get to know your smile and its needs.
Call us today to set up your appointment. Our office is located in Lehigh Valley and serves patients from Coplay, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, The Poconos, and surrounding areas.
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