Veneers vs. Lumineers

Dr. Mike DeldarChipped and Broken Teeth, Cosmetic Dentistry, Smile Dental, Smile Makeover

Are you considering options for any dental work? Or are you about to see a cosmetic dentist? It’s important to understand the differences between closely related procedures. In this article, we will explain in detail the difference between veneers and Lumineers. The Difference Between Veneers and Lumineers Veneers and Lumineers serve the same function. They both mask teeth discoloration, chipped teeth, broken teeth, crooked teeth, and other imperfections that affect your physical appearance and your confidence. Even though veneers and Lumineers serve the same function, there are  important differences in applying them to your teeth. They are also different in nature. In … Read More

5 Things You Should Know About TMJ

Dr. Mike DeldarTMJ Migraines

Image of a woman holder her face. She looks like she suffers from TMD or jaw joint problems. Nobllesville dentist, Dr. Deldar can help patients suffering from TMJ migraines, TMJ pain, etc.

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is also known as the jaw joint. It consists of two matching jaw joints  in front of the ears and on side of the head. It connects the lower jaw to the skull and allows the jaw to move up, down, and side to side. TMJ disorders are essentially painful. Chronic degenerative disorders causing unnecessary discomfort are affected by TMJ dysfunction. Learning how you can recognize the signs and symptoms associated with TMJ disorders can help alleviate the pain can make a difference in your life or the lives of your loved ones affected by TMJ … Read More

Noblesville Pediatric Dentist – What makes one good?

Dr. Mike DeldarUncategorized

Visiting the Noblesville kid dentist or pediatric dentist.

Visiting a dentist’s office can be a very intimidating experience for many adults. Now imagine how children must feel when they need dental care. This is why it is very important to choose the right Noblesville pediatric dentist. There is more than one good Noblesville pediatric dentist, but there are also many who are not so good. If your child needs to visit the dentist’s office, it is best to find a good pediatric dentist. So, what makes a good pediatric dentist? Teacher of good oral habits One of the things we should understand is that dentists who work in this … Read More

Invisalign vs Braces? Which is better for your teeth?

Dr. Mike DeldarCategory: Invisalign, Orthodontic Options

Braces vs invisalign? This image for orthodontics, braces, and invisible braces, and adult braces.

Often children’s teeth are straight and white but things change as they grow. In most adults, the teeth either protrude too much or are barely distinguishable from the gums. In the past, metal braces were the only option available for someone who wanted straight teeth. Now, you have a choice between braces and Invisalign. Braces Braces is the colloquial name for “orthodontic appliances.” Braces are made of stainless steel, nickel, titanium, copper, molybdenum, and other rare metals. Springs and rubber bands are also used. Your orthodontist uses braces to straighten your teeth and correct your bite. How Do Braces Work? … Read More

TMD – Should I see a doctor or a dentist?

Dr. Mike DeldarTMJ Dentist, TMJ Migraines, TMJ symptoms, TMJ/TMD

Image of dental professionals looking at digital dental x-rays. Should I see a dentist or a doctor for my TMD? Dr Deldar is a Noblesville dentist who specialize in TMJ pain, TMJ migraine, and many more neuromuscular problems.

Treating temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) is a part of dentistry. Graduates from dental schools can opt, and many do, to continue their education and take courses in TMD examination practices, diagnosis, and treatment. General practitioners rarely venture down this path. So, dentists are the right medical professionals to see for your TMD treatment. How Do Dentists Treat TMD or TMJ Disorder? Usually, dentists start out with non-invasive, reversible methods “because more studies are needed on the safety and effectiveness of most treatments for jaw joint and muscle disorders,” according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. More aggressive … Read More