• Orthodontics

  • Preventative Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Tooth Extraction

  • Dentures

  • Dental Implants

  • ROOT CANAL

  • Gum Disease Treatment

  • Oral Surgery

Orthodontics

Orthodontics

Do you want a straighter smile, but don’t want to spend years in braces? With average treatment time for conventional braces taking up to 3 years, you may we can offer you a quicker and more cost effective way to improve your smile. Come and See our doctors for Free Orthodontic Consultation.

FASTBRACES®

It's never too late for a beautiful smile. FASTBRACES® is an efficient and affordable orthodontic treatment that can help you quickly reap the benefits of properly aligned teeth. Straightening your smile offers numerous benefits, including:
  • Straighter teeth are easier to clean and less prone to cavities and tooth loss
  • Enjoying the renewed confidence a beautiful smile can bring
FASTBRACES® is a quick treatment orthodontic system that uses triangular brackets and a single wire to move your teeth more gently and efficiently than conventional braces. In most cases, no extraction is required. 

Invisalign®

Invisalign a orthodontic system that uses clear removable aligners to straighten the teeth. The treatment with Invisalign is consists of series of aligners that are changed weekly. Patients using Invialign must be compliant in wearing them, often 22 hours a day. Patient in our practice achieve excellent results with Invislaing

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Preventative Dentistry

Preventive Dentistry

At Right Family Dental, we offer comprehensive general dentistry services to keep your smile healthy, confident and bright. Our doctors emphasize the power of preventive care and effective oral hygiene habits to protect your smile for life. We recommend a checkup every six months to stay ahead of any potential problems. During your regular cleaning appointment, our team will thoroughly assess your teeth and gums for any signs of gum disease, oral cancer or tooth decay. If we see anything concerning, we will fully inform you and listen to all of your thoughts about treatment options. 

Professional Teeth Cleaning

Dental prophylaxis is a professional teeth cleaning procedure that thoroughly cleans the teeth. It is an important preventive measure to help stop the progression of gingivitis and gum disease. We recommend our patients receive this type of procedure twice a year.

Fluoride Application

Our doctors recommend applying fluoride varnish at your regular dental checkups to help remineralize weak areas of tooth enamel, keeping them more resilient against bacteria.

Oral Cancer Screening

Tobacco users aren’t the only ones who should be concerned about oral cancer. Oral cancer is on the rise. That’s why at Right Family Dental, we provide oral cancer screenings as part of your regular-checkup to all of our patients over the age of 18.  

Digital X-Rays

Our practice uses digital x-rays to produce enhanced computer images of our patient’s teeth, gums, and other oral structures and conditions. Digital x-rays are the key to early detection and effective treatment of dental problems and expose patients to less radiation than traditional film x-rays.

Intraoral Camera

X-rays can be an excellent way to help diagnose oral health problems, but an intraoral camera takes it a step further. At Right Family Dental, we use our intraoral camera to examine areas of our patient’s mouths that x-rays can’t show.  

Sealants

Dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating painted on the chewing surfaces of teeth -- usually the back teeth (the premolars and molars) -- to prevent tooth decay.    

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

Having a beautiful smile is important no matter who you are. Thanks to cosmetic dentistry procedures performed by our skilled doctors, it’s never too late to finally achieve the confidence of having beautiful teeth. At Right Family Dental, we offer comprehensive cosmetic solutions to help you mask the appearance of dark, discolored, or irregularly shaped teeth.

Teeth Whitening

We offer both custom take-home trays for convenient at home whitening, as well as professional in office whitening ZOOM.

Porcelain Dental Veneers

Porcelain dental veneers can offer the most dramatic smile transformation possible, as they cover the front of your teeth completely, providing a perfectly white and uniform appearance and hiding all irregularities.

Dental Bonding

Tooth colored materials (white fillings) can be used to cover minor discrepancies such as chips or gaps in your teeth. In many cases, numbing or adjusting the tooth isn’t even necessary.

Dental Onlays/Inlays

Inlays and onlays can be used to fix broken, decayed or chipped teeth or to fix a lost or damaged filling. At Right Family Dental we do porcelain inlays and onlays to preserve more of the natural tooth than other dental options.

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Emergency Dentistry

Dental Emergencies

At Right Family Dental, we specialize in providing the best solutions to our patients and can often provide you with same-day or next-day emergency dentist appointment times to help you manage pain. 

Tooth Pain

Tooth pain can be excruciating and can interfere with every other aspect of your life. Sleeping, working, or concentrating on everyday tasks can seem to be impossible when dental problems are causing constant pain. Are you experiencing tooth pain? Does it hurt to chew or when air touches your tooth? The first step to take if you are suffering with persistent toothache is to call Right Family Dental to schedule an exam. During your appointment, our dental team will likely x-ray your tooth to help determine if a cavity, crack, abscess or other problem is causing your pain before discussing treatment options with you.

Knocked Out Tooth

A knocked out tooth is a common dental problem. At Right Family Dental, we make sure to immediately take care of our patients who are experiencing this painful dental emergency.

Broken Tooth

Teeth can be incredibly strong, but they can still chip, break or crack (fracture). In case of the dental emergency like that seek an immediate appointment at Right Family Dental. The issue must be addressed promptly to prevent further damage or infection that could result in tooth loss.

Broken Dental Filling

As advanced as modern dentistry is, broken fillings can still happen. The most important thing to remember is not to delay seeing a dentist to get treatment for a broken filling. Many teeth can start out with a small break and would only need a filling, but the longer treatment is delayed, the bigger the problem becomes.

Dental Abscess

A tooth abscess usually occurs as a result of an untreated dental cavity, an injury or prior dental work. See your dentist promptly if you have any signs or symptoms of a tooth abscess. If you have a fever and swelling in your face you need to see a dentist immediately. Dental abscess can cause trouble breathing or swallowing. These symptoms may indicate that the infection has spread deeper into your jaw and surrounding tissue or even to other areas of your body.

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extraction

Permanent teeth would ideally last a lifetime but there are occasions where one or several need to be removed or extracted. Depending on the amount and location of the teeth being removed, the dentist can use a local anesthetic to numb the area or a stronger general anesthetic to put you to sleep during the procedure.

What are some reasons for extracting a tooth?

 
  • Infection: if a tooth is decayed or severely damaged bacteria can enter the pulp cavity and cause an infection. These infections may be treated by a root canal procedure and antibiotics but occasionally require tooth extraction if that method does not work.
  • Crowding: teeth crowding causes misalignment and crooked teeth due to lack of space. Dentists may elect to extract crowded teeth to prepare a patients mouth for orthodontic teeth straightening procedures. These orthodontic procedures may not be effective without removing teeth to create space for alignment. Removing teeth in a crowded mouth can also be necessary to prevent infection and decay by making the tooth surfaces easier to clean.
  • Wisdom Teeth: there are numerous issues that can arise with wisdom tooth eruption or lack of eruption. If wisdom teeth are stuck under the gums, positioned the wrong way, or do not erupt fully they can cause pain, swelling, and infection. Dentists sometimes recommend premptive removal of suspicious wisdom teeth to avoid future issues. Alternatively, wisdom teeth can remain in the mouth as long as they do not develop problems.
  • Impacted Teeth: similar to wisdom teeth, other teeth may become impacted. An impacted tooth is one that is caught under the gumline, usually from crowding or improper tooth position.
 

What can you expect if you have to have a tooth extracted?

Before beginning a tooth extraction, your dentist will give you some form of anesthetic. Local anesthetics are injected directly into the area where the tooth is being removed. Sometimes inhalant gas meant to help the patient relax is also used alongside the local anesthetic. General anesthesia is another option in which the patient is entirely asleep for the procedure and cannot feel pain.

What can you expect after you have a tooth extracted?

Patients are advised to rest for the day after having a tooth extracted, particularly if general anesethsia was used. Over the counter or perscription pain medications will be perscribed to keep you comfortable. It is important to avoid hard or extreme temperature foods and ensure you maintain excellent oral hygiene to prevent infection.

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dentures

Dentures

Dentures are false teeth that can be worn to replace the you have lost. Complete dentures would be considered a full set and would cover your entire upper or lower jaw while partial dentures are made to replace one or several missing teeth.

Complete Dentures

If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, either from tooth decay, injury or periodontal disease, complete dentures can replace those missing teeth, and restore your smile as well. Without your natural teeth your facial muscles can start to sag, possibly making you appear older than you are. Full dentures can provide the necessary support to your facial muscles to prevent that. You’ll also be able to eat and speak again, something that many people take for granted. Conventional full dentures are made and placed in your mouth after the remaining teeth are removed and the gum tissue has healed, which can take up to several months. An immediate complete denture is inserted as soon as the remaining teeth are removed. We’ll take measurements and makes models of your jaw during a preliminary visit. With immediate dentures, you don’t have to be without teeth during the healing period.

Partial Dentures

Metal based

For individuals who are only missing some teeth, partial dentures will likely be the best option. Partial dentures are designed to work in conjunction with your existing teeth, restoring your ability to chew and talk normally, and helping to eliminate the discomfort of missing teeth.

Valplast

Valplast partial denture is the option when the teeth that are miising are in the esthetic zone. No metal hooks present. 

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dental Implants

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants have become the preferred standard of care when replacing missing, damaged, or deformed teeth. Right Family Dental is a top choice for dental implants. We utilize the latest in guided implant technology by using a Cone Beam CT scanner. Implants are titanium posts that screw into your jawbone to replace the root of your missing tooth. Implants can be used in the following ways:
  • Replacement of one or more missing teeth
  • Support of a bridge to replace multiple teeth
  • Support of a removable full or partial denture

BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

Implants vs bridges 

You always have options for different kinds of treatment. We will, of course, present you with the most ideal option, but we will do our best to find other more economical ways to help you achieve your goals. Here is how dental implants compare with dental bridges:

Bridges

  • A bridge is difficult to keep clean
  • A bridge requires aggressive tooth reduction of healthy teeth that are supporting the bridge
  • An implant saves the adjacent teeth

Dental Implants

  • Implants preserve the bone level
  • Implants allow you to floss and clean the area just like a natural tooth
  • Implants have a success rate of 98%

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

ROOT CANAL

ROOT CANAL

Root Canal Procedure treats infected nerves of the tooth. There is nothing better then your original tooth. Root Canal is a procedure to save your teeth.. There are different reasons why one needs a Root Canal. The following are some of the reasons:
  1. Trauma due to constant striking of a tooth.
  2. Physical irritation cause by a decay that touches the nerve. Normally, a tooth that has a very large filling can be a candidate for Root Canal, especially when the cavity is very close to the nerve.
  3. Severe gum disease. 


After our doctors determine the need for Root Canal, we will schedule you an appointment  for the procedure. Often, Root canal procedure is done in one visit. However, if the tooth is infected you might need to take the course of antibiotics before the completions of the procedure. 

After Root Canal, a tooth is considered dead. There should be no more blood supplying the roots of that tooth. Therefore, it is more brittle than a vital one. It is susceptible to a fracture without a build-up or a crown on it. Therefore, it is encouraged to get a build-up and a crown as soon as possible to preserve the tooth for a longer period of time.

Since a tooth after root canal is dead, the tooth may become discolored over time. However with a crown covering the real tooth, this may be hidden.

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Gum Disease Treatment

Gum Disease Treatment 

Periodontal disease can be silent, meaning the half of Americans who have gum disease may not know until it's too late. If the early stages of gum disease aren't treated, your gums will recede away from your teeth, which can trigger a variety of other dental and oral health problems.

Signs of periodontal disease can include:

  • Receding gums
  • Bleeding gums
  • Loosening teeth
  • Teeth that look "long"
  • A change in your bite

Gingivitis Treatment

Gingivitis is often painless at first, making it difficult to diagnose without regular dental checkups. Inflammation of the gums can be a potentially serious condition, which is why it’s vital to get regular dental exams from Right Family Dental. If you have been diagnosed with or are concerned you might have gingivitis, our doctors offers a range of treatments to reverse or stop gum disease’s progression. If you are in the early stages of gingivitis, most treatment options are non-surgical procedures.  

Scaling and Root Planing (Deep Cleaning)

If you visit Right Family Dental every six months for your routine cleaning, you know it involves scaling your teeth at gumline to remove plaque and tartar, and polishing to remove stains and smooth the tooth's surface. However, if you have symptoms of gum disease, you might need a different type of cleaning called scaling and root planing. Scaling and root planing is a deep dental cleaning procedure Our doctors  perform to treat patients with current or developing gum disease. Not all patients need this level of cleaning.

Periodontal Surgery Sometimes, periodontal surgery may be needed to treat certain gum diseases and conditions, such as gingivitis or periodontitis. This type of surgery is commonly known as gum surgery. The procedure aims to treat the gum disease and any damage it may have caused by:
  • regrowing damaged bones and tissues
  • preventing tooth loss
  • reducing gum gaps between teeth, known as black triangles
  • reshaping the jaw hone to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices
  • eliminating bacteria and infection
Call our office to make an appointment with our doctors to evaluate the consition of your gums.

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery

Bone grafting  Periodontal disease can cause the jawbone to become too weak to support a dental implant. In cases like this, Dr. Pinkhasov will often recommend bone grafting (also known as natural bone regeneration) to promote healthy bone growth and thicken your jawbone. Over time, your jawbone will naturally regenerate and become strong enough to support a dental implant.

Sinus Lift

If you're getting dental implants in your upper jaw, you may need a sinus lift surgical procedure first. During this procedure, our doctor will add new bone between your jaw and maxillary sinuses. In order to make room for this bone, your sinus membrane is moved upward. A successful sinus lift will help create healthy bone mass to support dental implants.

Gentle Tooth Extractions

When a tooth is too badly decayed to save, Dr Pinkhasov will perform an extraction. An extraction may also be recommended if the tooth is severely fractured or is crowding other healthy teeth.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Not all wisdom teeth need to be extracted, but some do. If your wisdom teeth are impacted you may be a candidate for wisdom tooth surgery. In many situations, it’s best to pull the wisdom teeth before they jeopardize your smile as a whole. We will take a panoramic radiograph of your entire jaw, so we can see the size, location, and developmental trajectory of the wisdom teeth in consideration. At the earliest, wisdom teeth are removed in the mid-teen years, but 3rd molars do not finish developing until closer to about 30 years of age. If you’re not sure what type of oral surgery you need, just call our office to make an appointment. Our Doctors will take time will take the time to do a thorough exam and discuss your oral health concerns with you before beginning any dental treatment you need.

Meet the Doctors

Dr. David Pinkhasov

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Dr. Cinzia Dinoi

Periodontist

Dr. Violeta Skevas

General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

Frequently Asked Questions

Why visit the dentist?

The general medical consensus affirms that the average patient should see the dentist roughly once every six months. Unfortunately, many people do not take this seriously because they do not understand the importance of dental checkups. Here are a few reasons why visiting the dentist is important.

  • Defends against tooth decay
  • Lowers your risk of chronic bad breath.
  • Protects against gum disease, (known professionally as Periodontal Disease.)
  • Lowers your risk of tooth and bone loss
  • Eliminate the stains that develop inevitably due to food, drinks, and tobacco
  • Strengthens your teeth, which can improve the quality of your life for years to come.
  • Helps you look and feel your best, knowing that you have a healthier and more attractive smile!

How do I schedule my next checkup?

Simply click the book an appointment button on your screen to schedule an appointment at your convenience! Our front desk staff will be happy to hear from you. Please let us know if you are a new patient and we will work with you to make sure that your first appointment goes smoothly and comfortably!