Our Practice is rightfully named comprehensive dentistry because we are trained in the latest techniques and cater to almost all your dental needs in one setting. No longer will you have to go to specialists for root canals, pediatric dental care, orthodontics, or periodontal treatment.
Although both doctors perform all procedures necessary, each doctor has their own area of interest. They each have taken many hours of ancillary training and continuing education. Dr. McOmber is one of a few dentists in New Jersey to have earned the state sedation permit.
Your comfort and health are our main concern.
We offer a wide range of appointment times and also offer executive appointments. During an executive appointment, you are the doctor’s only patient for the entire day. These appointments are especially helpful for people with busy lives. Instead of multiple dental visits to treat multiple teeth, all your dental needs are taken care of in one appointment. For your comfort, this can be done with or without the use of sedation. Executive appointments greatly minimize the time needed to take from work and also decrease the anxiety associated with multiple appointments.
Our commitment to you extends with a safe and sterile environment.
Like hospitals, we have our own sterilization technician. We find that when one person takes care of the sterilization procedures the task is done flawlessly. Therefore we are one of a handful of practices that has one person on staff that does nothing but sterilization. Assuring you, and us, the job is done correctly.
This innovative instrument is used when bonding to teeth or fabricating crowns, bridges, or veneers. It analyzes the color of the teeth adjacent to the one being restored through digital photography. With the help of computer imaging and color mapping software, an exact color match can be achieved. The information is emailed to the dental technician fabricating the restoration. This ensures a seamless color match that naturally blends in with the rest of your smile. It is truly amazing!
This advanced technology is a computer enhancement of a greatly diminished radiation beam. By up to 90 %. A small sensor is utilized instead of the widely used film and the computer captures the image. This allows the doctor to enlarge and even manipulate the picture to better detect problems such as cavities, bone loss, cyst, and much more, Many times these problems can be detected earlier, therefore, being less invasive and costly to treat. In fact, many small cavities when found early enough can be reversed with special prescription medications.
Intraoral cameras are an excellent means of allowing the patient to view potential dental conditions in their own mouth. It is much easier to understand what is happening in your mouth if you can see the problem on a computer monitor. This digital image can be utilized to provide information to insurance companies and other doctors if necessary.
Rotary Endodontics, or a root canal, is a method in which the doctor utilizes an electric handpiece to perform the procedure. The electric handpiece allows the doctor to clean and shape the canals faster than using hand files and because it s electric, there is no drill noise. This makes the whole treatment experience much more pleasant.
Safety and Sterilization
Our commitment to you extends with a safe and sterile environment. Like hospitals, we have our own sterilization technician. We find that when one person takes care of the sterilization procedures the task is done flawlessly. Therefore we are one of a handful of practices that has one person on staff that only handles sterilization tasks, assuring you, and us, the job is done correctly.
AED – Automatic External Defibrillator
We are one of the few offices to have an A.E.D to use during medical emergencies. In a patient with a cardiac emergency, it has been shown much more effective then C.P.R. alone at saving lives. In addition, both doctors and the entire staff is trained and certified in advanced C.P.R. and A.E.D. use.
Pulse Oximeter & Blood Pressure Monitoring
During all sedation appointments, the blood pressure and pulse are continually monitored on our patients. In addition, we monitor the oxygen saturation levels of the blood with a pulse oximeter that gently clips onto the finger.