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Dental Technology

Whether you need advanced care to correct longtime dental issues, or are simply looking for a new dental home, you have found the right practice. General dentistry and other services are about keeping you healthy and about preventing dental problems from forming in the future.

Periodontal Therapy

Did you know that a majority of Americans have some form of periodontal (gum) disease? Not only that, periodontal disease has also been linked to a variety of other medical problems including heart disease and diabetes. For this reason, you might agree that gum disease is the most important dental condition we treat. Each patient receives a thorough gum evaluation and a personalized recommendation for treating and preventing gingivitis (gum inflammation), deterioration, and bone loss. Your therapy plan may include a combination of in-office procedures and at-home treatments, including prescription mouthwash or toothpaste.


When decay is removed from your tooth, a filling is required for several reasons. First, your tooth needs to be sealed to prevent the future buildup of the bacteria that causes tooth decay. Secondly, a filling restores your tooth to its natural, functional shape. In the past, silver-amalgam was the most common filling material. Now, you can have tooth-colored fillings made from durable porcelain-based resin.


The annual number of dental injuries experienced by athletes of all ages is staggering. Even those who participate in "non-contact" sports can experience significant injuries to the teeth and other supportive structures of the mouth. Inexpensive "boil and bite" mouthguards provide very minimal protection, which is why Dr. Barsanti recommends a custom-fitted mouthguard, providing you with maximum protection. Professional athletes from every sport wear custom mouthguards…ask for yours today.


Do you wake-up with jaw pain, headaches, neck pain, or earaches? If so, you may suffer from bruxism, that is, a clenching or grinding of your teeth while you sleep. Relief is available in the form of a customized nightguard from Dr. Barsanti. A nightguard is a special mouthpiece, similar to a sports mouthguard, that you wear while you sleep. This appliance prevents your teeth from coming into contact with each other and helps hold your jaw in a relaxed position so you can sleep soundly and comfortably. Ask Dr. Barsanti if a nightguard is your sleep solution!