For over 30 years, Dr. Roy Oyangen and his dental team have provided the highest quality of dental care in Schenectady New York Area. General and family dentistry includes many dental services that aim to help you and your family achieve optimal oral health and then maintain that health for a lifetime. Our friendly dental team will help you understand all your treatment options and then guarantee you and your family will be satisfied with your overall dental experience.
Dr. Oyangen and his team use the highest quality ceramic crowns to help patients achieve that smile they have always dreamed of. It is a very effective treatment option used to improve strength, shape or appearance of a patients tooth.
Routine dental cleanings are important to maintain not only the health of your mouth but your entire body. Our registered dental hygienists will evaluate the condition of your teeth and gums and use this information to determine the appropriate treatment to help you obtain the best oral health possible.
Dr. Oyangen only uses composite or tooth-colored fillings when replacing a cavity. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing but they do not contain traces of mercury like the traditional silver amalgam fillings do. They also bond directly to the tooth surface making the tooth stronger.
A root canal is performed when the pulp, the soft tissue inside the canal of a tooth becomes abscessed or inflamed. A root canal procedure involves clearing out the infected or damaged pulp and filling the area with a new antibacterial material.
Our dental office offers two methods for Teeth Whitening. The first is a technique called Zoom™, an in-office whitening procedure that can brighten your smile up 4 to 6 shades instantly. The second method is a take-home whitening system that we provide to our patients looking for a gradual increase of teeth whitening from home.
Gum disease is caused by plaque containing bacteria building up around the teeth and gums. If this plaque is not removed the toxins from the bacteria spread below the gum line forcing the gums to let go of the teeth forming pockets. A key sign of gum disease is bleeding around the gums when you floss or brush your teeth. This is called Gingivitis. During a routine dental cleaning appointment, our hygienist will check for signs of this disease.