Dr. Arman Torbati is bent on providing restorations that patients can be proud of. He and his team want clients to smile without feeling self-conscious. This is one reason why Dr. Torbati does porcelain-based restorations.
What are Porcelain Veneers?
Dental porcelain is preferred for a number of reasons. For example, the material is translucent, which is perfect as it resembles the gloss-like look of your natural teeth. Furthermore, Dr. Torbati knows that the material also offers a few benefits that other materials do not. For one, it has inert properties, meaning that it will not have any chemically-based interactions with surrounding tissues.
The material is not soluble in oral fluids, and it is incredibly resistant against some of the acids present in the mouth. It should also be noted that it is one of the strongest materials that can be used for oral treatments and can last for a while, provided it is taken care of.
Dr. Torbati's use of this material shows just how knowledgeable he is. It makes sense that he is a Harvard and USC graduate. In fact, he is frequently asked to be an associate professor at USC and diplomat to American Board of Prosthodontics because his knowledge is extensive.
The Many Aspects of Los Angeles Porcelain Restoration
There is no telling what kind of restoration Dr. Torbati's visitors will need. His clients come from Los Angeles and even Century City, meaning he is always prepared.
The following are just some of the restorations possible in his office:
Porcelain crowns do not require your oral specialist to do much preparation before placing the crown. Other materials require the removal of a significant amount of healthy dental material while porcelain does not. The procedure does involve taking an impression of your teeth and the placement of a temporary crown as the permanent one is being prepared. The procedure could take up to three visits, but this really depends on the severity of your oral issues.
- Inlays and Onlays
The procedure can take a few hours, but it is worth it. Patients who have a large cavity or previous fillings that fell out might want to consider inlays or onlays. Think of these options as long-lasting fillings, which are a lot tougher and aesthetically pleasing.
A filling is one of the most known dental materials out there. Most people associate fillings with a silver-looking material, which is a look that most people dislike. You do not have to worry because you have an option regarding the type of filling the oral specialist will use. Porcelain is a preferred option because of its durability and how it can be made to look like the rest of your teeth.
Dr. Torbati is ready to help you deal with whatever oral issue causing you concern. We do not want you to hesitate because we are here to help, so give us a call to schedule your no-obligation consultation. You don’t have to worry about your oral health anymore.