One of our goals is to provide the most conservative treatment possible in every situation. Oral appliances offer simple, non-invasive treatment for a variety of conditions. Regardless of the application, every appliance we prescribe is custom-crafted just for you.
Whether we’re treating nighttime sleep grinding, a diagnosed case of obstructive sleep apnea, bite problems, or other jaw joint disorders, appliance therapy may be a valuable complement to your treatment. Dr. Najar and associates use a variety of innovative designs depending on your treatment goals and preferences.
We’re concerned about the overall health of our patients, including sleep health. Many people suffer needlessly from disruptive sleep disorders that keep them from getting enough oxygen at night. The risk of a heart attack is 23 times more likely than average with a sleep disorder, and 92% of stroke victims live unknowingly with sleep apnea before having a stroke.
Teeth are the hardest substance in our bodies and can withstand a tremendous amount of force. But damage can occur, especially when grinding forces start to wear them away. A habit of nighttime clenching or grinding will harm teeth, muscles, and jaw joints over time.
Our dentists’ backgrounds in restorative dentistry allow them to develop solutions for every scenario.
Wisdom teeth, extra teeth, or very crowded teeth present situations that may mean treatment involving removal.
Orthodontics involves teeth straightening and jaw alignment, combining beauty and function.
You can experience dental treatment in a comfortable, customized approach with several different methods of sedation.
Volumes of research confirm the influential role of smiles on our relationships and our self-esteem.
When you step into Diamond Dental, you’ll know you’ve found the perfect place for your family’s care.
A long-lasting choice, implant-supported dentistry brings you as close to growing new teeth as possible.
Dr. Najar and associates carefully select technologies proven to deliver the finest experience to their patients.