Temecula Facial Oral Surgery
Dmitry Y. Tsvetov, DDS, MD speaks about ‘dos & do not’s’ after Wisdom Teeth Removal
No need to bite into sticky ‘playdoh’ type of material to take an impression for an implant crown – a simple, easy intraoral digital scan is all that is needed to make the final restoration in our office. We are happy to announce the arrival of the 2 new Iterro digital impression systems to our office. This allows us to provide better service to our referring practitioners and their patients:
- Referring providers can save valuable chair time by no longer having to take impressions for implant restorations
- Just pick a shade of the final restoration, and the patient will return to your office with an integrated implant and an abutment and/or crown in hand (made by a dental lab of your choice)
- All you have to do is to cement the crown or torque-in the abutment/crown
- Patients no longer have to suffer through the impression-taking process – our new simple, easy intraoral digital scan is all that is needed to make the final restoration
Providing exceptional, quality service to your patients. Saving you valuable chair time.
Offering Free Dental Implant Consultations.
Beauty and Function – New Teeth in a Day / ‘All on 4’ / Fixed Non-Removable Dental Bridge on Implants
Do you hate dentures? In the below presentation Dr. Tsvetov shows his actual patient where he placed fixed, non-removable teeth in one day, also known as ‘All-on-4® Treatment Concept’ or ‘Pro-Arch’ treatment.
Dmitry Y. Tsvetov, DDS, MD cordially invites you to attend a
Complimentary Dental Implant Seminar
You will learn how a dental implant replaces a missing tooth or teeth, prevents bone loss, prevents a denture from moving around in your mouth, helps maintain facial contours, helps you bite, eat and chew naturally.
Seating is limited. Please call to RSVP (951) 302-9100
June 15th, 2016
3 PM -5 PM
Free refreshments and beverages will be provided
Temecula Facial Oral Surgery
31560 Rancho Pueblo Road, Suite 101, Temecula
In this video Dmitry Y. Tsvetov, DDS, MD speaks about impacted Wisdom teeth and the problems they cause.
Don’t Miss Life Because of Missing Teeth
New Fixed, Non-Removable Teeth in One Day – also known as ‘All-on-4®’ or ‘Pro-Arch’ treatment.
It replaces your missing teeth with a full fixed, non-removable dental bridge supported by dental implants. These are not dentures—they stay in your mouth the whole time, and look and function like natural teeth. More importantly, the procedure can be completed in just one day, including any teeth extractions that you may need, placement of dental implants, and attachment of a dental bridge to replace your teeth. No additional bone grafts needed. Procedure can be done while you are a sleep.
Find out if ‘Fixed, Non-Removable Teeth’ are the right solution for you or someone you know.
FREE Dental Implant Seminar
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
3:00 pm -6:00 pm
Presenter: Dr. Dmitry Tsvetov DDS MD
In our Office Temecula Facial Oral Surgery
31560 Rancho Pueblo Rd., Ste 101
Temecula, CA 92592
Hor D’Oeuvres and Refreshments Served
43 year-old female presented for evaluation of opaque lesion associated with mesial root of #19; Patient is asymptomatic, the lesion was found on routine radiographic examination; Tooth #19 is vital; no tenderness to palpation or percussion; There is on associated vestibular swelling;
The radiographic appearance of this lesion is diagnostic: Opaque lesion that is replacing the root of the tooth and is surrounded by a radiolucent ring.
Diagnosis: Cementoblastoma (true cementoma)
This is a rare, benign neoplasm of cementoblast origin. It is typically seen in the second and third decades of life, and there is no gender predilection. Mandibular teeth are involved more commonly than maxillary and posterior regions are involved more commonly than anterior. The tooth typically remains vital, there may be concurrent cortical expansion, and low-grade, intermittent pain may be present (not the case in this patient).
Microscopically the lesion consists of cementum-like material which is variably mineralized. The soft tissue component of the lesion is well vascularized, and contains numerous cementoblasts and cementoclasts.
Because of the association of the neoplasm with the root of the tooth this lesion cannot be removed without sacrificing the tooth. Removing the tooth requires removal of a large portion of bone to allow for the removal of the mass associated with the root. In this case, since patient was asymptomatic and the tooth is vital, radiographic monitoring of the lesion was chosen as the treatment approach.
Another interesting pathology case…A 60 year-old female came into the clinic complaining of pain and swelling in the lower left quadrant. Examination revealed an expansile lesion in the lower left vestibule with expansion of the buccal cortex of the mandible. An incisional biopsy was performed, and the diagnosis came back as Odontogenic Keratocyst (OKC). Treatment of OKC requires performing an additionial procedure of peripheral ostectomy (removing the layer of the bone that was next to the cyst in order to minimize recurrence). Studies have shown that simple enucleation (shelling out) of the cyst is associated with increased recurrence rate. This is due to the fact that OKC, being a locally aggressive cyst, invades into the adjacent bone with tiny outpouchings. These outpouchings need to be removed with peripheral ostectomy (seen here performed with a round diamond bur) in order to minimize the chance of recurrence.