Dental implants are a permanent solution to tooth loss. Their appearance seamlessly matches the tone and shine of natural teeth and they also help preserve proper bone levels in the jaw. Implants can be used to replace one or several missing teeth when a bridge is not an option, or they can even be used to support fixed dentures!
Dr. Bobby Bawa is a member of the International Congress of Implantology and has taken extensive in-depth training in dental implant studies to ensure the best results.
Manassas dentists, Dr. Anoop Bawa and Dr. Bobby Bawa, have restored even the most challenging of broken smiles to optimal oral health and outstanding beauty.
Full mouth rehabilitation is like having an instant face-lift! It corrects imperfections in the bite position, restores or replaces severely damaged teeth, and enhances the beauty and shine of the smile. Anyone who suffers from discolored, chipped, broken, short, worn, or missing teeth may be an excellent candidate.
A denture is a removable replacement set of missing teeth. Dentures are made from acrylic plastic and sometimes porcelain and metal materials.
For those with extensive decay or tooth loss, dentures restore the ability to eat, speak, and smile without embarrassment. Complete dentures are utilized when few original teeth remain and the patient is essentially missing a full set of teeth. Partial dentures are utilized when only a few teeth are missing.
The snoring or halted breathing related to Sleep Apnea gets worse over time, thus increasing the risk of stroke, impotence, arteriosclerosis, and other chronic diseases. We perform a thorough screening and evaluate for various safe and gentle options so you can live a long and healthy life.
Your Manassas, VA, dentists, Dr. Bobby and Dr. Anoop Bawa, are oral specialists with a strong neuromuscular background and training from the prestigious Las Vegas Institute, and have successfully treated patients with this serious condition many times. If you suffer from sleep apnea, rest assured they can help you too!
Do you suffer from frequent headaches? Does your jaw produce a popping sound while you chew? TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders are typically the result of a misaligned bite.
This occurs when the upper and lower teeth do not close together correctly and cannot support the facial muscles in functions such as speaking, chewing, and swallowing. As a result, stress is put on the muscles of the face, causing the painful symptoms of TMJ disorder.
Are you afraid of visiting the dentist because of pain, needles, or losing control?
Whatever your unique case may be, we have a solution that can help you conquer your fear. We offer our patients different levels of stress and anxiety relief to help ease you through your dental treatment. For mild cases, we offer anti-anxiety medication and nitrous oxide (laughing gas). For those with more severe fear or anxiety, we provide sedation dentistry.