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Drs. Robert Tar and Allison Tar Crutchfield, Ann Arbor dentists, are improving the results in the dentist office with modern technology! Full story can be read below.
ANN ARBOR, MI, March 14, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The thought of getting serious dental treatment may cause you to feel a little nervous. In all honesty, certain procedures such as dental implants, extractions and root canal therapy can't be done without proper preparation. These procedures are some of the most popular dental services in the field besides general preventative care: cleaning, exam and fillings. For the most comfortable and precise dentistry, Drs. Tar and Crutchfield have installed a panoramic X-ray.
"Our office implements only the technology that will benefit our patients. With precise diagnosis from the panoramic X-ray machine, it increases the positive outcomes of a restorative services. X-rays are detrimental to our practice because the naked eye can't see everything. Our panoramic X-ray gives us a broad view of a patient's facial and dental makeup," explains Dr. Tar, Ann Arbor dentist.
A panoramic X-ray offers a broad view of the entire face, including, the teeth, jaw, sinuses and temporomandibular joints of the jaw. With an in-depth look at the facial and jaw structure, it is much easier to diagnose cysts, solid tumors, infection, fractures, impacted teeth and bone abnormalities. Dental implants, root canal therapy and extractions are three common dental services that utilize panoramic X-rays.
If you have a dental infection, a panoramic X-ray can identify the exact area of infection, which will lessen the time your dentist needs to get to and remove it. For dental implants, a panoramic X-ray assists with locating any jaw abnormalities or recession. Your dentist will need to ensure that you have enough jawbone to place the implant.
If your mouth has become crowded or you are expecting wisdom teeth to erupt, your dentist can get a panoramic view of your mouth to determine the best treatment to avoid a shift in your bite and tooth alignment.
To schedule an appointment with Drs. Tar and Crutchfield's Ann Arbor dentist office, call (734) 994-5353. If you are at the beginning of your search for a dentist, check out www.annarbordentalassociates.com. Potential patients can view the clutter-free, user-friendly website with ease. There are tabs for services, staff bios, new patients, patient education, contact information and the office location.
About Robert Tar and Allison Tar Crutchfield, DDS:
Dr. Robert Tar graduated from the University of Michigan in 1977. His dedication and passion for dentistry led him to open his successful practice in Allen Park, MI. For the past 32 years, Dr. Tar has been offering quality dental care for residents of Allen Park and Ann Arbor. He is an active member of the American Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry.
Dr. Allison Tar Crutchfield has followed in her father's footsteps by receiving a B.S. in Biology (with a minor in Art History) from the University of Michigan and then continuing her dental education at the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health in Mesa, AZ. Now, Dr. Tar Crutchfield practices alongside her father, and she also practices dentistry in Arizona as an adjunct faculty member at her alma mater, the Arizona School of Dentistry.
Drs. Robert L. Tar & Allison Tar Crutchfield
2340 E. Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
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