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Dental Services

Cosmetic Smile Assessment - During a cosmetic smile assessment, the dentist will discuss your concerns and expectations that you might have. He will then conduct a comprehensive examination of the mouth, so as to determine the best possible approach to smile improvement. Then a discussion about the findings will follow, and a course of action will be agreed upon by you and the doctor.


Dental Implants - A dental implant is in effect, an artificial tooth root which resembles a screw in shape. When a dental implant is inserted into the jawbone, it bonds with the natural bone there over a period of several months. After that, it can support an artificial tooth which is known as a crown, and it becomes a very solid, reliable tooth, very much like the other original teeth in a patient's mouth.

Denture Stabilization - This process involves adding implants to the mouth in order to ensure that dentures remain firmly in place. Without these implants, it would be possible for dentures to move around inside the mouth and to create an uncomfortable condition for the patient when chewing food. Denture stabilization prevents any slippage or movement of the dentures, and makes chewing and digestion much more reliable processes.

All-on-four Dental Implants - When a patient needs a full mouth restoration, with all of the teeth on top or bottom being replaced, it is possible to do this with just four implants on either the top or bottom. The implants will usually be sturdy titanium inserts, and these will bond with the bone of the jaw. Then all the replacement teeth can be supported by just these four implants in the mouth, using a special technique that will often last a lifetime.

Dental Bridges - Bridges are so called because they literally bridge the gap left by one or more missing teeth. The actual bridge is comprised of at least two crowns, those being placed on either side of the gap where the missing tooth is. Then an artificial tooth is inserted into the gap to close up the opening, and it will be supported either by an implant or by the natural teeth in the surrounding area.

Bone Grafting/Sinus Lift - A sinus lift is one of the most popular types of bone grafts, and is generally required by patients who have experienced significant bone loss in the area of the upper jaw. The aim of this kind of grafting is to grow new bone in the maxillary sinus where the gum line of the upper jaw anchors the teeth. This then allows for dental implants to be emplaced in the new bone growth.

Dental Bonding - Dental bonding is typically used to repair minor cracks or chips which a patient has sustained. A soft composite resin is used so it can be shaped as desired, and then polished to the same surface as other teeth. After this, a special light is used to harden the resin, so it becomes a permanent part of the tooth, and looks just like all other teeth in the mouth.

Dental Crowns - These are a kind of cap which can be placed over a tooth to prevent it from being damaged. This is usually necessary because the specific tooth has already become damaged in some way, or it is simply unsightly and in need of cosmetic improvement. The crown will restore normal size, appearance, and function to the tooth, so it has the same appearance and capabilities as all other teeth in the mouth.

Dentures - Dentures are replacements for some number of missing teeth, and they can be either full dentures or partials. Full dentures are required when all the teeth on the upper or lower side are missing, and partial dentures are used when there are still some natural teeth in place. Dentures can be emplaced in the mouth about 10 weeks after all the natural teeth have been removed, and the gums have had time to heal.

Gum Reconstruction - Gum reconstruction is generally necessary when gum recession has taken place in a patient's mouth. This recession involves having the gums pull away from the teeth, exposing the tooth and bone to potential damage, and increased sensitivity to hot or cold foods and drinks. During gum reconstruction, some tissue is usually cut from elsewhere in the mouth and grafted on to the exposed area, so it can provide protection to the tooth and bone once again.


Invisalign® - Invisalign® braces are non-traditional braces which are made of clear plastic, and therefore generally more desirable than metal braces. The process of Invisalign correction involves using a whole series of plastic aligners in succession, each one gradually shifting teeth into a desired position. The number of aligners needed will depend on how severe the misalignment is, and how much correction is necessary.

Orthodontics - Orthodontics is a specific area of dentistry which deals with misalignments of the teeth, and the processes used to accomplish straightening. There are a great many reasons for misalignments of the teeth, as well as over-crowdedness and spacing problems. All these situations can be handled through orthodontics, and after a period of straightening, most problems can be overcome and completely resolved.

Porcelain Veneers - Veneers are generally used to cover up discolored teeth, gaps between teeth, and chips or cracks which may have occurred to prominent teeth. They are thin coverings which adhere to the teeth, and provide significant cosmetic improvement, thereby assisting the patient to have a better smile. Porcelain is the most popular material used to make these veneers, due to its sturdiness and excellent appearance.

Teeth Whitening - To make teeth look whiter and more appealing, some kind of bleaching agent will often be used, for instance carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. The bleaching action breaks up stains into smaller pieces and causes them to dissipate, thereby imparting a more natural, whiter look to the teeth. While it will not work on all stained teeth, it can be very effective on teeth which are basically colored yellow.


Children's Dentistry - Children's dentistry applies to youngsters from the age of infancy up through the teen years. A dentist specializing in this area is fully capable of providing care for children's teeth and gums. Dentists who offer pediatric dental care have undergone special training which qualifies them to work with young people, and to understand their special dental needs.

Deep Cleaning - This process is sometimes referred to as either periodontal scaling or root planning. It is a non-surgical process which involves cleaning of the outer surface of roots below the gum line. It is generally necessary when the level of tartar buildup has reached the point where infection has occurred, and its removal is necessary.

Laser Dentistry - Laser dentistry is a special branch of dentistry which uses lasers to treat many common dental problems. It can completely replace the need for using drills, and is therefore much more comfortable for patients. It is used most often in treating gum disease, tooth decay, hypersensitivity, and the whitening of teeth.

Oral Surgery/Tooth Extractions - Any kind of surgery which is performed in or around the mouth is considered to be oral surgery. There are a number of types of oral surgery, including tooth extractions, root canals, and removal of tumors. These types of procedures can be performed by periodontists, endodontists, and prosthodontists.

Root Canals - Root canals are performed so as to save a natural tooth. It aims to remove infection from a root canal, and to prevent re-infection in the same area. During this surgery, the infected pulp is removed, the area is thoroughly cleaned, then it is re-filled and sealed against any further infection.

Sedation Dentistry - Sedation dentistry is used when a patient has a powerful fear of dental procedures, or when a great deal of dental work must be done all at the same time. A patient might be mildly sedated, moderately sedated, or have a general anesthesia administered which caused them to be completely unconscious. Only when a patient is mildly sedated will he/she be able to walk away immediately after the procedure.

Sleep Apnea - This condition involves persistent waking up by a patient, because he/she is unable to get enough oxygen while breathing at night. Sleep apnea has a strong connection to dentistry, since a mal-formation of the upper jaw is often involved. To overcome the condition a breathing machine can be used at night, and lifestyle changes are usually necessary, so the patient can lose weight.

TMJ - The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one which connects your jawbone to your skull, and acts something like a sliding hinge. When you have some kind of disorder involving the TMJ, it can cause discomfort or pain in the joint itself or those muscles which work with it. All this can result in the jaw becoming locked or having extreme difficulty with chewing.


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Invisalign Patient
Dr Trichas is a great dentist! I have been coming to his office for many years now. He takes an integrative approach to dentistry. He takes into consideration the patient/customer's overall health, which I very much appreciate. The office is very professional and the staff is always friendly. Dr. Trichas is very much a people person. He is welcoming and genuinely interested in his patients. I would definitely recommend him.
—Louise V.
I have strongly recommended this dental institution to anyone that would listen or in need of the best doctors around. They are the best I have ever been to, caring, personable, and they have done nothing short of a miracle with the work that had to be done, I doubt any other dental practices could have done for me what they have, and with such enthusiasm helping their patients any way they can, it does not feel as if you are in a dentists office it is more of a family here.
—Trevor A.
Dr Trichas and staff are the best in the industry. If you want a passionate dentist Dr T is your man!
—Omar Z.
Five stars does not even come close to the unbelievable results that Dr. T. achieved with my full-mouth restoration. Ten stars would be more like it. Moreover, his assistant, Hosh, was nothing short of TERRIFIC. Finally, the excellent staff and caring service were over the top. This was among the best decsions that I ever made!
—Anthony B.
Thank you to Dr. Trichas for suggesting the Icon process to treat the white spots on my son’s front teeth. He had been teased about their appearance and was lacking confidence about his smile. The office visit was quick and the treatment itself was easy and non-invasive. The results are amazing. The spots are gone.
—Katie C.
Dr. Konstantine Trichas is an incredible, knowledgeable and professional dentist as well as cosmetic dentist, and dental specialist. He is competent in all aspects of dental care. Dr. Trichas is a genuine human being who is caring, kind and understands his patients. He takes The time to understand each case individually and will provide his patients with as much time as needed in order to answer any questions and provide an extraordinary dental experience. Dr. Trichas will put his patients at ease and spend as much time as needed so you are comfortable with your dental plan that is customized for eac patient. The entire staff provides a comfortable atmosphere from the moment you sign in, to the most wonderful hygienists, and dental associates. Dr. Trichas has provided me with full service clinical dental care, cosmetic dental care and has truly provided my family and I with positive experiences while reinforcing the importance of regular dental hygiene and maintenance. The patient is priority to Dr. Trichas. He is amazing and I highly recommend Dr. Trichas to all my family, friends and anyone who wants a knowledgeable and incredible dentist utilizing the latest technology. Thank you Dr. Trichas!
—Dora S.
Dr Trichas gave me a smile makeover. Fourteen veneers (10 upper and 4 lower). Not only did he give me a beautiful smile, he changed the way I walk, talk and carry myself. He gave me my confidence back. But, the best part of all, is that the entire family loves going there. Including my teenage son (16), and daughter (12). All around best Dentist we’ve ever had!
—Kate K.
Dr. Trichas and his team are incredibly professional, flexible, and treat patients with the utmost respect. I am beyond happy with the results of my cosmetic and general procedures. Dr.Trichas is truly an artist! Would highly recommend him to friends and family
I've been to Dr. Trichas a few times in the past couple of years. The first was for an emergency. I broke a tooth, tried to pull it myself and only got part of it out. Within 24 hours my mouth was swollen and the pain was unbearable. I called every dentist in the area and Dr. "T" told me to come right in. He cleared some time in his schedule to help me and removed the tooth. The removal was virtually painless, the cost was surprisingly fair and lower than other dentists quoted by phone. A+++
Our entire family sees Dr. T! The office is friendly, efficient and very warm. We have always had a wonderful experience and find his staff and Dr. T to be one of the best!
—Stacey Katz F.
Michelle Hygienist, NJ I have been working for Dr.Trichas for at least 5 years and I have to say that I am always looking forward to going to work. I've had the pleasure in witnessing prior, during, and after exceptional treatment our patients received from Dr. Trichas and our staff. Our office of seven will continue to be their for our patients and doing our very best to reach their request and concerns. I want to thank all of our patients for being our patients!!!
I met Dr Trichas a few years ago for an emergency situation and received skilled quality care. His staff along with his beautiful relaxing office has been my go to dental practice for continuing care and cosmetic dentistry. I am always complimented on my great smile! Thank you everyone!
I am so glad I found this office when I was looking for a new dentist. Pam immediately gave me the time to explain my concerns on changing dentist and assured me that Dr Trichas could provide the experience I was looking for in a new dentist. This practice has everything! Great staff, hours that meet my needs and a knowledgeable dentist. It is the one I send all of my friends too!
Dr Trichas covers all of our family needs. Me and my husband love seeing the hygienists for our cleanings as much as our kids do. Dr Trichas gives us his full attention when we are with him and his positive personality keeps us coming back to ensure our dental health and to keep our smiles looking their very best. This staff is a winning combination.
Had a great experience with doctor and staff. Highly recommend.
My daughter is a patient of Dr. Trichas. She had a very good experience at this office. She thought Michelle was great!
I've been with Dr.Trichas for 5 years and counting because the care and attention I receive is unparalleled to any other dental office. Dr. T is superbly meticulous and is the quintessential dentist for people who pride themselves on their smiles. Thank you making my smile amazing!
Dr. T has changed my life and I will forever be grateful for him as well as his incredible team. I am 25 years old and I am currently undergoing a full mouth rehabilitation. I have gone from having my teeth be my biggest insecurity, to now smiling for no reason just because of how beautiful they look. Dr. T has eased my dentistry anxiety and has become family over the past few months. There are no words to explain how incredible this process has been and I cannot be happier with my results thus far. I can honestly say I never imagined strangers complimenting my teeth and asking for my dentists name day in and day out. Thank you to the entire team for changing my life and allowing me to smile bigger than I ever have.
—Kathryn B.
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