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Welcome to Uxbridge Family Dental in Uxbridge MA Uxbridge Family Dental is a high-quality dental practice in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. At Uxbridge Family Dental, we create plans for healthy smiles. We offer excellent customer service and care, along with the most recent dental technologies to make your visit convenient, painless and positive. Uxbridge Family Dental welcomes new patients of all ages.

Uxbridge Family Dental can be found at 158 N Main St . The following is offered: Dentistry - In Uxbridge there are 3 other Dentistry. An overview can be found here.

Keywords Dental Exam, Dental Cleaning, Dental Implant, Dental Crown, Dental Bridge, Dental Veneers, Dentures, Teeth Whitening, Invisalign, Braces, Gum Grafting, Periodontal Disease Treatment.

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Dental Team

  • Dr. Bashar Zyoud

    Dr. Bashar Zyoud GENERAL DENTIST - D.M.D Uxbridge Dentist Dr. Bashar Zyoud is a graduate of Boston University School of Dental Medicine in 2001. He is committed to providing his Worcester Dental patients with the best care possible and offers a variety of restorative and preventative dental services. He enjoys all aspects of General Dentistry but his passion is Cosmetic Dentistry. Creating smiles that give his patients much deserved self-confidence and joy is why Dr. Zyoud loves his dental profession. He is the leader of the Worcester Friendly Dental team and is greatly admired and respected by his entire team. He is the reason that the Worcester Friendly Dental team is truly unique! Dr. Zyoud is an owner of 4 dental practices (Unique Dental of Worcester, Friendly Dental of Worcester, Uxbridge and Taunton Dental Center ) and utilizing 3D E4D technology which allows making same day tooth colored crowns and restorations. Dr Zyoud is also using oral conscious sedation for anxious patients. Dr Zyoud is an active member in many organizations including the American Dental Association, Massachusetts Dental Society, and DOCS which is an educational certification for oral conscious sedation. Dr. Bashar Zyoud lives in Framingham with his wife.

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  • Dr. Damien Domenech

    Dr. Damien Domenech GENERAL DENTISTRY Dr. Damien Domenech is a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Dentistry and Oral Surgery class of 2001. He completed a general practice residency at a level one trauma center in Queens, NY before practicing in Midtown Manhattan for many years. He currently resides in Norfolk Country with his wife and two children.In his spare time, Dr. Domenech enjoys travel and has visited six continents. He is a published photographer and an avid rare currency collector.

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  • Dr. Hina Khurana

    Dr. Hina Khurana BDS, DDS Dr. Hina Khurana uses her extensive experience to provide the highest level of dental care in a gentle, compassionate manner. Her passion is to put people at ease, provide the best care and have them leave with a smile. Dr. Khurana chose to practice here at Unique Dental because of a shared belief in providing state of art comprehensive care that is tailored to fit into the lives of her patients. Dr.Khurana was born in North India. She attended New York University, earning her DDS with honors in 2013. Following dental education, Dr. Khurana completed a general practice residency-training program at Monmouth Medical Center, New Jersey. This residency provided extensive training in surgical and comprehensive dentistry. She has attended numerous continuing education courses in implant dentistry, Invisalign and restorative dentistry. Dr. Khurana is an active member of the American Academy of General Dentistry and The American Dental Association. Dr. Khurana lives in the Boston MetroWest area with her husband and daughter. She enjoys spending time with family, running and traveling.

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  • Dr. Michelle Poon

    Dr. Michelle Poon D.M.D. Dr. Michelle Poon graduated from Boston University School of Dental Medicine. She previously worked as a dental assistant and has always had a passion for a career in the health profession. Dr. Poon grew up in Edmonton, Canada where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and a minor in Psychology at the University of Alberta. Upon completing her DMD degree, Dr. Poon was awarded the Excellence in Operative Dentistry Award by the Department of General Dentistry at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, an award in recognition of Dr. Poon’s outstanding achievement in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the oral cavity and the art and science of operative dentistry. Dr. Poon practices General Dentistry at Uxbridge Family Dental and continues to maintain the best comprehensive treatment for her patients. Dr. Poon is a member of the American Dental Association and Massachusetts Dental Society. Since moving to New England, Dr. Poon has fallen in love with the rich history and beautiful architecture found in Massachusetts. In her free time, she enjoys returning to the city of Boston, reading, and cooking.

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Dental Services

  • Snoring Therapy

    Snoring comes from air entering the nose, mouth or throat at an irregular pace and vibrating the soft tissue palates, the hard tissue palates or both. It affects millions of people, men women and boys and girls, and is both cosmetically unpleasant and can cause health problems like sleep interruption and strain on the heart. A very loud snore may be a sign of apnea, which is a condition where air passages are blocked. Snoring is usually caused by: Alcohol Allergies Bulky Throat Tissue Fatigue Hypothyroidism Long Soft Palate Narrow Obesity Obstructed Nasal Airways Poor Muscle Tone in Throat and Tongue Smoking Oral appliance therapy is the most common treatment for severe snoring problems, where an alliance physically holds the airways open during sleep. Other treatment options include surgery, changes in sleeping patterns and lifestyle improvements.

  • Sedation Dentistry

    Sedation dentistry is the use of sedation to make a patient comfortable during a dental treatment. It is mostly used during extensive procedures such as fillings, crowns, bridges, root canals, extractions, cosmetic procedures and periodontal treatments. It can also be used for patients with anxiety of dental procedures or who have trouble sitting still. Sedation Dentistry is endorsed by the American Dental Association and is a hallmark of the technological transformations in the dental world that have given patients more comfort and ease. Before using a sedative or anesthetic, it is important to tell your dentist about any medications or medical treatments you are receiving. Before administering any sedative or anesthetic, your dentist will talk to you about the process of sedation and pre- and post-sedation instructions.

  • Dental Bonding and Tooth-Colored Fillings

    Bonding is a popular method to fill in or cover up defects in teeth with a white composite resin. An adhesive gel is placed on the tooth, and the resin is molded and sculpted over it, then hardened with UV light and polished. Bonding can be used to fill teeth after the removal of cavities, or to cover stains, cracks, discolorations, chips, or gaps in teeth. It is a technological improvement over highly-visible silver amalgam fillings, and applications usually lasts more than 10 years.

  • Dental Bridge

    Dental bridges are a way to replace missing teeth by creating a segment that anchors to two existing teeth to “bridge” the gap between them. Made from porcelain, gold, alloys, or metal, bridges require the two teeth on either side of the missing tooth to be filed down into “abutments” that will hold the bridge in place, much like a pair of crowns with a third tooth joining them from the middle. The bridge itself will be created in a specialized lab while a temporary bridge is put in its place. Once the final bridge is put in place, you will need to eat soft foods for a few days while the bridge settles, but after that it will function and feel normal. If you are missing a tooth, please strongly consider having it replaced. Not only are there aesthetic disadvantage from the missing tooth, but that gap could also harm your mouth and jaw and make it difficult to eat or speak properly.

  • Dental Crown

    Sometimes teeth begin to weaken, crack, or visibly decay, but remain well-anchored and firmly in place. Bonding or filling may not be sufficient, and in these cases, a crown is often recommended. With a crown, the original tooth will be filed down to the enamel, left in place, and capped with a crown of porcelain, gold, or porcelain fused with metal. The color is matched to the other teeth, and the crown will appear to be a regular tooth in your smile.

  • Periodontal Disease Treatment

    Besides our prolific attention to your teeth and keeping them clean and polished, we also take time to help our patients develop better oral hygiene habits at home. If we detect telltale signs of hygienic shortcomings we will recommend changes to your routine to improve your oral health. We can also suggest preventative measures like dental sealants or nightguards if you’re at risk of TMJ or bruxism. Some gum diseases like gingivitis may need a root scaling or planing procedure to prevent long-term damage like bone loss or tooth loss. Oral Cancer Screenings During a dental exam, your doctor will check your neck and oral tissues for lumps, colored patches, and sore spots to help detect oral cancer while it is easiest to treat. People who smoke and drink regularly are at the highest risk of developing oral cancel. Scaling and Root Planing Scaling and root planing is a non-surgical procedure where plaque and tartar are removed from below the gum line. Special slim tools clean the root surfaces of plaque and tartar and smooth down the surface. This prevents bacteria from getting a foothold in the gums.

  • Teeth Whitening

    Modern life offers a number of ways to stain our teeth, including coffee, wine, food and smoking. This can even happen to people who brush regularly. Teeth whitening restores the natural color to the teeth and can even be made whiter than normal. We accomplish this by creating impressions of your teeth and using them to make a set of whitening trays. You can wear these trays for less than an hour a day for a few days and receive a dramatic increase in whiteness to your smile. Please contact us to see if whitening is right for you.

  • Dental Veneers

    Veneers are thin ceramic shells that hug the existing tooth to correct the appearance of teeth that are stained, cracked, chipped, improperly spaced or misaligned. First, the client comes in and has their teeth evaluated for the veneers. The traditional process takes up to two weeks to fabricate the veneers and they are placed in a follow up visit. Temporary veneers can be placed during that gap. Ask your dentist for more information about veneers and to learn how they work.

  • Dental Implant

    Replace missing teeth with dental implants. These artificial titanium tooth roots offer patients the most natural appearing results. They also preserve the jawbone which can deteriorate from missing teeth.

  • Dentures

    Dentures are a removable replacement for missing teeth and can replace both full and partial sets of teeth. For full sets, any remaining teeth are removed. There are two common approaches for full sets: With Conventional Full Dentures, all the teeth are removed, and the tissue is given time to heal. This typically takes several months, and the patient is without teeth during that time. Once the healing is complete, the dentures are created. With Immediate Full Dentures, measurements are performed before the teeth are removed, and dentures are ready immediately afterward. The gum tissue will change shape as it heals, and the dentures will need to be tightened later.

  • Tooth Extraction

    The extraction of wisdom teeth is a fairly common procedure. In ancient times, humans would typically lose a few teeth and the remaining teeth would shift to fill in the gap. The wisdom teeth were located in the back of the jaw intended to be deployed in an opening. Modern dentistry has prevented that tooth loss, so a new problem has come out: Mature wisdom teeth with no place to go start trying to breach the surface at an angle or under existing teeth. Wisdom teeth are also vulnerable to infection and may cause pain and swelling. For extraction, an incision is made in the gum and the tooth is pulled out. In some cases the tooth may need to be cut into segments and removed in pieces. Wisdom teeth can be removed individually or all four may be taken out at once. The patient can be placed completely out or have a local anesthetic. Either way, the patient will receive painkillers for after the procedure and will need a ride home.

  • Invisalign

    Invisalign is a way to straighten teeth without the wires and brackets of traditional braces. Instead, it uses a series of clear “aligners” that are precisely created for your teeth. Patients fit the aligners over their teeth, wearing them constantly for two weeks. The aligners need to be removed to eat or brush but are left in place the rest of the time while it slowly moves the teeth. Patients will go typically go through 12 to 48 sets of aligners, and the average process time is between 6 and 15 months.

  • Braces

    The age of stainless steel braces is beyond us. While we offer transparent Invisalign teeth straighteners, some patients prefer or benefit more from modern bracket and wire braces. The new generation of braces use ceramic brackets, not stainless steel, that blend in more naturally with the tooth color. Advances also allow the teeth to move faster, cutting down on the number of office visits needed to complete a treatment.

  • Root Canal Treatment

    Root canal has a notorious reputation as a long, scary procedure. The Alfred Hitchcock of dentistry. Fortunately for the patient, medical technology has made this important procedure much quicker and less painful than it was in the past when it earned its dark reputation. Endodontics are dental procedures that deal with the nerve endings in the root of teeth. Sometimes teeth become infected and those nerves need to be removed to prevent forming an abscess that could lead to loss of parts of the jaw bone. In a root canal, a local anesthetic is applied, and the dentist drills into the tooth, creating an opening that leads to the nerve. The dentist will use this opening to remove infected tissue and will typically replace the tooth with a crown. After the procedure, some pain is normal, but can typically be treated with over the counter medicine.

  • Inlays and Onlays

    Inlays and onlays are best thought of as partial crowns. Instead of reducing the tooth to a small foundation for an artificial tooth, like a crown, decayed areas of the tooth are removed. A mold of the tooth is created, and the piece is created in 2 to 3 weeks. Inlays and onlays look natural and work like natural teeth.

  • Dental Crown Lengthening

    Sometimes tooth decay appears below the gumline, requiring the removal of some bone and gum tissue. With crown lengthening, part of the gum and bone are moved to allow the dentist to access the part of the tooth in need of help. In addition, crown lengthening is sometimes done to improve the appearance of a “gummy” smile where the flesh hides part of the teeth, making them look short and stubby. By reshaping the gum and bone tissue, the proper amount of the tooth can be made visible to improve the look.

  • Gum Grafting

    A soft tissue graft moves gum tissue around or borrows tissue from the roof of the mouth to fix significant gum recessions. When gums recede they may expose the root of a tooth, exposing it’s soft constitution to bacteria and plaque and pain from hot and cold food and drink. Slight gum recessions can be fixed with improved dental hygiene, but more severe gum recessions should be corrected before more serious problems develop.

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