My Blog
By Dr. Omar Ojjeh, BS, D.M.D.
October 17, 2017
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

A dental crown is literally a cap that goes over a damaged tooth to improve the size, shape, color, and function. Dental crowns can also dental crownsreplace missing teeth as part of a bridge, and save a severely decayed tooth from extraction in cases where a cavity is too big to treat with a standard filling. Dr. Omar Ojjeh, a dentist in Naperville, IL, recommends crowns to correct a number of cosmetic and restorative dentistry issues.

Dental Crowns in Naperville, IL

Dental crowns have been around in some form since the dawn of the dentistry itself. Crowns are one of the most versatile and enduring restorations because they can be used to correct a broad range of cosmetic and general dentistry problems such as cracked, broken, chipped, decayed, stained, and missing teeth. They can also help to save a severely decayed tooth when a cavity is too large and there is not enough healthy tooth surface left to apply a filling. A crown can cover the remaining portion of the tooth and protect the root and gums from bacteria and infection.

Benefits of Dental Crown Restorations

Despite so many advancements and developments in dental technology in recent years, crowns continue to serve as a go-to for dentists and patients looking for an affordable, durable, and effective restoration. On the cosmetic side, imperfections can cause social embarrassment and affect self-esteem. From an oral health perspective, damaged or missing teeth can interfere with everything from proper nutrition to periodontal (gum health). Crowns are one of the easiest ways to get your smile back on track.

Find a Dentist in Naperville, IL

Whether you have been living with damaged or missing teeth for a few months, or even years, dental crowns can help to restore your smile and oral health in a few simple visits to the dentist. For more information, contact our office by calling (630) 585-5005 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ojjeh today.

By Dr. Omar Ojjeh, BS, D.M.D
August 30, 2017
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Veneers  

Veneers are a cosmetic dentistry procedure used by Dr. Omar Ojjeh in Naperville, IL to improve the appearance of a smile. It can changeVeneers the color, shape or alignment of the teeth. If you feel that your teeth could use improvements then veneers may be the answer. After a thorough dental examination, Dr. Ojjeh can determine whether or not you’re a viable candidate for this cosmetic dentistry procedure.

More About Veneers in Naperville

Veneers are thin coverings that are applied over the top of the teeth. They are wafer thin and made of a strong and natural looking material such as porcelain. When they are bonded to the teeth, they create a natural-looking surface. This is because the material used to make them is tough and clear. It also doesn’t stain like natural tooth enamel.

With advancements in dental technology, veneers can now be made so thin that they are nearly undetectable. Veneers can be used to improve:

  1. Size & Shape: Whether from grinding or just not having a shape or size you desire, veneers can create a more desirable smile.
  2. Color: When the teeth have been stained, veneers help restore a bright white desired by many.
  3. Alignment & Spacing: These veneers can close small gaps between the teeth and even make slight corrections while also improving color and shape too.

For individuals with a large gap or severely misaligned teeth, orthodontics may be a better option. Also, those who have lost a lot of tooth structure from decay or have had a lot of trauma, porcelain crowns may be a better choice. Dr. Ojjeh can determine whether veneers are a viable option for your situation.

To learn more about cosmetic dentistry procedures such as veneers, call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ojjeh in Naperville, IL at 630-585-5005 today.

By Dr. Omar Ojjeh, BS, D.M.D
June 12, 2017
Category: None
Tags: Untagged

Learn about crowns and bridges from your Naperville dentist.

A Gallup poll found that up to a third of Americans didn’t visit the dentist’s office in the course of a year. Unfortunately, the longer you avoid going to the dentist’s office, the higher the chance of dental problems that may require restorative work. If you’ve been looking for a restorative solution for your smile, crowns or bridges may be your bestDental Crowns option. Learn more about these common dental treatments by exploring a few frequently asked questions.

What Is the Difference Between Crowns and Bridges?
A crown is a whole covering, commonly made of porcelain, metal or ceramic material, that replaces the enamel layer of the tooth. It is bonded on top of a healthy rooted tooth that needs strengthening and protection. A bridge is a device that uses two crowns to fill in a gap in the smile from a missing tooth. The crowns cover the two adjacent teeth, called abutments. The center of the bridge called a pontic, is a false tooth that is designed to fit in with the rest of your smile.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Crowns?
Since a crown is only a superficial covering, the inner parts of the tooth have to be healthy to support it. A dentist must examine the inside of the tooth using X-rays to confirm that the tooth is healthy enough for a crown. Patients who have root canal therapy are also candidates for crowns.

Who Needs Bridges?
Someone who has one or two missing teeth and wants a reasonably secure and semi-permanent solution may benefit from bridges. The bridge is needed to help make it easier to process food, maintain the structure of the jawline and give the patient a smile to be proud of. The abutment teeth have to be healthy enough to support a crown. Generally, a good candidate for a crown will likely also be a good candidate for bridgework.

How Long Will These Dental Solutions Last?
A crown or bridge can last for between five to 15 years or even longer if you take care of your teeth. But no worries, because when the time comes your dentist can redo the crown or bridge and give you another 15 or more years to enjoy your new smile.

Contact your Naperville Dentist
Call your Naperville dentist to find out if a crown or bridge can help give you a better smile. These two restorative treatments can help fix a number of common dental problems.

By Dr. Omar Ojjeh, BS, D.M.D.
June 12, 2017
Category: None
Tags: Untagged

Welcome to the Blog of Naperbrook Dentistry

Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a dentist in the Naperville, IL area, we’re excited you are here. With the dental industry advancing, we recognize the importance of keeping our patients and visitors up to date with all of the new and exciting things taking place in our practice.

As we move forward with our blog, we hope to promote dental awareness as a vital part of your healthy lifestyle. Here you will find a variety of articles and topics including dental news, advancements in dental technology and treatments, practical oral health advice and updates from our practice. 

We hope you find our blog to be helpful, engaging and informational to ensure your best dental health. 

As always, feel free to contact our Naperville Dentistry office with any dental questions or concerns.

-- Naperbrook Dentistry





This website includes materials that are protected by copyright, or other proprietary rights. Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use, as defined in the copyright laws, requires the written permission of the copyright owners.

Contact Us

Dr. James Ojjeh, DMD

Da Vinci Dental

1000 East Ogden Ave

Naperville, IL 60563

630-237-4359                                                                                                                                                                                          

Call for special pricing


Dr. James Ojjeh, DMD 

1304 Macom Drive #4 

Naperville, IL 60564

630-585-5005