Looking for an experienced Implant Surgeon you can trust? Look no further.
Dr. Oshetski is a credentialed expert in both the surgical placement and restoration of dental implants. He has placed and restored thousands of dental implants. With his experience and use of advanced diagnostics and sedation, he is able to deliver comprehensive treatment comfortably in his office. Dr. Oshetski’s hygienists and assistants have specialized training in the delivery of implant rehabilitation and they are focused on treating each patient with compassion and individualized attention.
TeethXpress is an immediate replacement option for a full-arch of teeth that is fixed in place and prevents the need for a full denture. Dr. Oshetski is the only a certified provider of TeethXpress in Maine and leads New England in experience and expertise.
Restorative dentistry is not a specialty; it is an area within general dentistry that is dedicated to the management of oral health. There are several procedures that may be involved in achieving this objective, including dental fillings, crowns and bridges, dental implants, and root canal therapy.
Cosmetic dentistry is an area of practice that extends beyond the focal point of oral health. Once we know that your teeth are healthy and in good structural condition, we can address concerns related to appearance. The purpose of cosmetic dental services is to enhance the aesthetic value of a tooth or teeth by modifying color, shape, and other characteristics that may be problematic.
Sedation dentistry is not only for people that have a fear of going to the dentist. Anybody can experience the benefits of sedation dentistry. Sedation allows patients to have more dental work done in a single appointment. Often, treatments that would require five appointments or more can be performed in one single appointment. This means fewer interruptions to your daily life.
TMD/TMJ Pain Relief (DTR)
Temporomandibular joint disorder, also known as TMD, refers to a group of disorders that stem from problems with the jaw, jaw joint, or facial muscles involved in jaw movement. This disorder can cause constant or intermittent discomfort and pain in the areas connected to the jaw.