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Dentist As your general dentist, Dr. Chenet’s top priority is to prevent tooth decay and gum disease from ever forming. We offer comprehensive exams and customized oral hygiene instructions to combat bacteria and optimize your oral health for the long-term. If problems should arise, you can depend on Dr. Chenet for gentle care customized to your unique needs. Our state-of-the-art technology ensures quality results no matter which services we provide.
Cosmetic Dentist Many patients needing dental reconstruction, replacement teeth, or cosmetic dentistry enhancements visit Dr. Chenet’s office in Melbourne for exceptional care. Our team treats every patient as an individual and recommends solutions customized to your unique needs. With treatments ranging from CEREC crowns to Zoom! Whitening to custom dentures, patients of all ages can receive advanced general dentistry at our Melbourne office.
Teeth Whitening Stained teeth can drain your self-confidence and prevent you from sharing an otherwise beautiful smile. Luckily, we can remove years’ worth of built-up stains with professional teeth whitening. Dr. Chenet and our staff are well-versed in the latest teeth whitening methods and can remove stains caused by a variety of factors, including coffee, tobacco, medications, and aging.
Dental Emergencies In the past, if you needed a dental restoration (crown, veneer, inlay, or onlay), you had to wait weeks for it to arrive from the dental lab. If the lab technician somehow misread the doctor’s instructions, then you would have to wait several more weeks for your final restoration to arrive again. Now, with CEREC 3D technology, Dr. Chenet and our team can create custom crowns, veneers, inlays, and onlays right in our Melbourne, FL dental office, in about an hour. CEREC cuts out the middle man and allows the dentist to custom design a restoration that’s perfect for you.
Tooth Aches To prevent tooth aches, see Dr. Chenet at least twice each year for a thorough cleaning and oral exam. At home, you should brush your teeth with a soft tooth brush after each meal and floss daily. Mouthwash and fluoride rinses can help destroy harmful bacteria and re-mineralize teeth. Of course, staying away from foods high in sugars and starches will help since bad bacteria consider these two items a delicacy.
Friendly Dentist In the past, options to replace missing teeth were limited. Patients could choose from a removable partial denture or a fixed bridge. While these treatments provide esthetic and functional solutions, they do not address the long-term effects of tooth loss, such as bone deterioration. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement that closely mimics nature’s design and offers long-lasting results.