"My family has been seeing Dr. Keshmiri at Sahara Dental for over 10 years. There are four of us and all four have had good experiences with this business. Sahara dental has literally watched my children grow into young adults. "
- Meredith M. (Source: Yelp)
At Sahara Dental Center we provide a full range of dental treatments for you and your family including, preventative, restorative, cosmetic dentistry and Orthodontics for adults and children. More importantly, we educate our patients about oral health and dental hygiene.
We follow the regulations of ADA, O.S.H.A. for antiseptic and sterilization procedures. We use disposable gloves, masks, needles, saliva ejectors, paper drapes, chair and x-ray wraps. Shields and barrier covers are always worn by the staff. We thoroughly clean then heat-sterilize all hand pieces and instruments after each use. The treatment room chairs, and instruments are cleaned, washed and disinfected between each patient.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at (702) 410-6655 or fill out the "Appointment Request" box.
As part of our total patient care policy, our staff will ensure that you spend the least amount of time waiting to be seen. Our waiting area and treatment rooms are comfortable with plenty of natural light, and are equipped with television sets for your entertainment and enjoyment.
We believe in educating and consulting our patients during examination and diagnosis. For this reason the doctor will use digital X-rays (computerized image) and intra-oral camera to demonstrate the need for any treatment and educate you in preventative steps that you can take to improve your oral health. Also you will always be given a written estimated plan for your treatment before any work is done.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at (702) 410-6655.
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Teeth are the glow of a smile. Losing one or more natural teeth could lead to a range of psychological issues such as low self-esteem. Not to forget, the physical issues such as eating patterns and speaking voice. Thankfully, there are a number of options that we can do to repair your smile. Among the choices, dentures are perhaps the oldest existing one and not shockingly, it is pretty effective as well.
What are Dentures?
Dentures are detachable artificial teeth designed to restore missing teeth. Sahara Dental recommends dentures to those who have lost 1, 2 or more teeth and are not a candidate for dental implants.
After removing the dentures at night, it should never be kept in either cold or hot water....
Fair or not, people are judged according to the state of their teeth. A perfect smile could lead to more opportunities in life, a better job or personal success. Therefore, do not let imperfect teeth stand in the way of success.
One of the best dental options for creating a natural looking smile is porcelain veneers.
How Do They Work? Porcelain veneers are made from porcelain and are bonded to the surface of your teeth. They cover the imperfections, whether they are discolored, chipped, uneven or gapped. They are actually very strong and durable and can last for years without restoration.
Sahara Dental can create a customized set of veneers for your smile. The procedure is usual done within the same day.
Benefits of Porcelain Veneers:
Fillings are also used to repair broken or cracked teeth, or teeth that have been damaged by misuse.
Currently, there are many options for fillings. There are amalgam, silver, gold, porcelain, glass ionomer or composite fillings. Sahara Dental recommends composite fillings in most situations.
What are composite fillings?
Composite fillings are made of acrylic resin and powdered glass. It offers some advantages to the more popular amalgam filling such as cosmetic improvements because composite fillings can match the color of the surrounding teeth.
Advantages of a composite filling:
When Do You Need a Root Canal Procedure? There are signs and symptoms you need to look out for. If you’ve experienced some of this, better chalk that visit to the dentist right away.
Of course, there are cases when your condition is asymptomatic, meaning you don’t experience any of the symptoms above. That’s why you make sure to visit the dentist anyway for a regular visit.
What are these modern procedures that are available now?
When Do You Need A Emergency Dentist?
There are times when you should seek emergency dental care. For example, a toothache could come on without alert, leaving you in extreme, agonizing pain. We are here for you 24/7.
Common Dental Emergency