Why Willow Springs Dental is the Best Summerlin Dentist
You can expect only the highest dental care and service when visiting Willow Springs Dental. At Willow Springs Dental, you won't be treated like a mere number at any time. Because you are such an important visitor, we want your time here not to be just relaxing but also fun and one that you won't soon forget. Dr. McRae, Dr. Hadi, and the rest of our staff will treat your unique smile with the warmth and individual attention it deserves.
Our Leading Dentists
Before moving into the great list of services, specialties, and latest technologies used at Willow Springs Dental, the following is a brief introduction of our leading Summerlin dentists.
Marc McRae D.D.S.
In Omaha, Nebraska, Creighton University School of Dentistry is where Dr. McRae received his dental degree. While he was there, he excelled academically and finished first in his class. He completed advanced coursework in implantology and oral surgery during his time there. During his education, he was presented with several awards, such as the winner for Outstanding Achievements and Performance in Undergraduate Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the award for Excellence in Endodontics (root canals). He was also honored with an Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society membership. Few of the honors he received. Dr. McRae received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah. He majored in Biology there and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree.
Fred Hadi, D.M.D.
After completing his undergraduate studies at UNLV, Dr. Freidun "Fred" Hadi went on to get his doctorate from the prestigious UNLV School of Dental Medicine. He is a member of several professional dentistry organizations, contributes his time as a volunteer to community dental initiatives, and serves as a member of the continuous education faculty for an implantation course.
Our Awesome Support Team
Dental practices are only as effective as their staff, and we're lucky to have a group of people that are so enthusiastic and hard-working! Everyone at Willow Springs Dental is committed to making your visit as pleasant as possible, from when you arrive at reception to when you say your goodbyes.
Traci, Office Manager
For the last 30 years, Traci has been a part of the Willow Springs Dental team. She has worked as a dental assistant, healthcare coordinator, accounts supervisor, and office manager for 23 years.
Team of Dental Hygienists
Wendee, Dental Hygienist
Youlanda, Dental Hygienist
Jennifer, Dental Hygienist
Shannon, Dental Hygienist
Team of Dental Assistants
Janice, Dental Assistant
Laurie, Dental Assistant
Ashley, Dental Assistant
Matt, Treatment Coordinator
What sets up apart?
You can put your faith in Willow Springs Dental Care services in Las Vegas. Digital x-rays and up-to-date tech provide you with high-grade results, whether you are thinking of making a slight adjustment to your smile or a significant one. The use of high-level expertise, cutting-edge technology, and high-quality components has repeatedly been shown to result in successful outcomes. Various treatment options, like veneers, crowns, bridges, and whitening, may be chosen to create stunning, natural, comfortable, and long-lasting results.
Using a CADCAM-3 imaging technology, CEREC crowns and Onlays may be custom-made at the Willow Springs dental office in roughly an hour. In addition, using this cutting-edge technology, a dentist may create tooth-colored ceramic restorations in-office, eliminating a separate lab visit.
The Las Vegas cosmetic dentists can correct and brighten your teeth using dental veneers. A crown is used to restore a broken tooth. Our Las Vegas and Summerlin dental patients may expect minimal discomfort throughout their dental operations using sedation dentistry. Quality, complete, restorative, and aesthetic dental treatment are our specialties.
Crown and Bridge
Restoration of teeth with crowns is an option when the natural tooth structure is too damaged or compromised to support amalgam or oral composite fillings. The black gum line borders of the traditional design of bridges and crowns are no longer evident when employing a porcelain-covered metal or all-porcelain material.
You may replace a lost tooth with one or more dental implants. First, a short titanium rod is surgically placed into the bones and left there for three to six months before being removed. When the roots of natural teeth are absent, the bone develops around them, making a solid link, further slowing or preventing osteo loss. The dentist next attaches the replacement tooth to the top of the post after the implant is securely in place in the mouth.
Dental Laser Treatment
Dio-Dent is a laser system that dentists may use to remove soft tissues in the mouth, such as the interdental and marginal gingival linings of free gingiva and the epithelium linings of free gingiva. Teeth whitening is also a feature of this method.
Plates of dental implants intended to replace the whole upper or lower jaw's set of teeth are known as complete dentures. The plate comprises gum-colored acrylics and rests on the mouth's soft tissues that hide the bone ridges. Removable partial dentures replace several lost teeth, but they are designed to fit snugly around the patient's remaining teeth.
X-rays are taken using a Dexis digital system. As a result, we will be ready to obtain your x-ray while exposing you to far less radiation than average. In addition, we can view quick pictures on-screen thanks to digital x-rays. These images may be magnified and colored to provide a more accurate depiction.
Having a full-mouth restoration takes care of those pesky flaws you've grown to accept as a regular part of getting older. Any number of problems might arise if your bite isn't just correct. Dental reconstruction will alleviate your pain and suffering, but it will also improve your smile's attractiveness.
Your teeth may benefit significantly from the use of metal-free fillings. They are ideal for mending teeth that have been injured or deteriorated by metal-free fillings, which are also known as composites. They use a tooth-colored composite resin to match your teeth's natural color.
When a gap reaches the pulp, root canal therapy is required. Subsequently, the dentist must do a root canal to remove the diseased pulp and sterilize the canals. The tooth can only be removed if nothing else works.
People fearful of dental procedures might benefit from sedation dentistry. To create a painless experience, the anesthetic is used. In one appointment, the dentist may do various procedures under anesthesia due to sedation dentistry.
A professional teeth whitening procedure may bring teeth back to their former splendor when they get discolored. Willow Springs Dental may recommend a whitening procedure based on the degree of discoloration in your teeth.
At Willow Springs Dental, the staff is dedicated to providing our patients with the most advanced dental technology in the industry. Please visit our office whenever convenient for you to get more information about the advantages offered by the recent advances in technical capability. You can also contact us here to schedule an appointment!