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  • Oral Cancer Screening Exam

    Oral Cancer Screening Exam. Dr. Kopel explains how important is to have the oral cancer screening in order to detect any sign of cancer, and how this exam is conducted in Dr. Zak dental offices located in Agoura Hills, Downey, Long Beach, San Diego, Covina/San Dimas, Simi Valley, Temecula, Valencia, Ventura, North Park, Santa Barbara and Whittier/La Mirada, California.

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  • Abutment Crown

    An abutment crown is a component used in dental restorations, specifically in the context of dental implants. When a patient undergoes a dental implant procedure, a titanium implant is surgically placed into the jawbone to serve as an artificial tooth root.

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  • Add Clasp to Existing Partial Denture

    The addition of a clast to a denture to improve denture retention.
    A clasp is a component of a partial denture that helps to secure it in place by engaging with natural teeth.

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  • Add tooth to existing denture

    Adding a tooth to an existing denture is a dental procedure where a missing tooth is replaced or an additional tooth is added to a partial denture. A partial denture is a removable dental appliance used to replace one or more missing teeth. When a natural tooth is lost or extracted, the partial denture may need to be modified to accommodate the change.

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  • All Porcelain Crown

    An all-porcelain crown, also known as a porcelain or ceramic crown, is a dental restoration that is used to cover and protect a damaged or weakened tooth. Unlike traditional crowns that may have a metal or metal alloy base, all-porcelain crowns are made entirely of ceramic materials, providing a natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance.

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  • Amalgam Restorations Permanent 1 Surface

    A one-surface permanent amalgam restoration is a dental procedure where a cavity or decay on a single surface of a tooth is treated using dental amalgam. Dental amalgam is a mixture of metals, including silver, tin, copper, and mercury. It has been a widely used material for dental fillings for many years.

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  • Amalgam Restorations Permanent 2 Surfaces

    Amalgam Restorations (permanent) 2 Surfaces refers to a dental procedure involving the placement of a permanent dental amalgam filling with two surfaces. Dental amalgam is a common restorative material used for filling cavities caused by tooth decay.

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  • Amalgam Restorations Permanent 3 Surfaces

    A three-surface permanent amalgam restoration refers to a dental filling used to repair a tooth with decay or damage affecting three surfaces. It involves the removal of decayed or damaged tooth structure on three sides of the tooth and the placement of an amalgam filling to restore the tooth’s structure and function.

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  • Amalgam Restorations Permanent 4 or More Surfaces

    A four or more surface permanent amalgam restoration involves the repair of a tooth with decay or damage affecting four or more surfaces. This comprehensive restoration aims to address decay on multiple sides of the tooth, providing extensive coverage.

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  • Amalgam Restorations Primary 1 Surface

    An amalgam restoration with one surface in primary teeth refers to a dental procedure where a filling is placed on a single surface of a decayed or damaged baby tooth. The filling material used is dental amalgam, a mixture of metals.

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