Dr. Mahnaz Arshad is an expert in dental prosthetics, implants, and aesthetics. In 2007, she graduated as the top-ranked general dentist and later specialized in prosthodontics in 2010 at Tehran University of Medical Sciences. From 2011 until 2023, she served as a faculty member as an associate professor in the Department of Prosthodontics and the International Campus of the TUMS. Recognized as a model student nationally in 2015, Dr. Arshad holds a patent granted in 2018 for a device designed to align the jaw during jaw surgeries. Her extensive academic contributions include over 40 articles published in international journals and numerous lectures delivered at congresses. Dr. Arshad's expertise lies in jaw reconstruction with a focus on implants, particularly the specialized Subperiosteal implants designed by her for the reconstruction of severely resorbed jaws. also TMJ disorders, and sleep apnea.
The objective of aesthetics is to establish a harmonious and stable static system, wherein the teeth, tissues, muscles, skeletal structure, and joints collaborate seamlessly. To achieve a successful, healthy, and functional outcome, it is crucial to comprehend the intricate interplay among all the supportive components of the oral cavity, encompassing muscles, bones, joints, and gum tissue. The smiles we craft should not only be aesthetically pleasing but also functional. Our approach emphasizes conservatism compared to the past, aiming for minimal reduction of tooth structure while prioritizing beauty and longevity. In essence, cosmetic dentistry should be a comprehensive field, integrating various treatments such as orthodontics, periodontics, and surgical procedures whenever deemed necessary.
Cosmetic dentistry serves as the bridge between the realms of "art and science in dentistry." A profound understanding of available aesthetic materials, along with their clinical indications, uses, and limitations is imperative for the dental team. Effective communication within the dental team, with the dental technician, and notably with the patient, holds paramount significance in realizing the objectives of cosmetic dentistry, with patient satisfaction being a central goal. In its contemporary form, cosmetic dentistry is inherently minimally invasive. However, when addressing discoloration and shaping issues in anterior teeth, a minimal thickness of restorative material—typically ceramic veneers or composite veneers—is recommended.
Dr. Mahnaz Arshad's specialized office offers a range of services encompassing cosmetic dentistry, correction of smile lines, application of ceramic laminates and composite veneers, dental implants, teeth bleaching and whitening. Additionally, the practice extends its expertise to maxillofacial prostheses, addressing concerns related to the ear, nose, eye, and cheek. The office is also equipped to create night guards for dental protection and addresses sleep-related problems, including snoring, through oral appliances to treat Sleep Apnea.
Dental laminates, comprised of specialized dental ceramics in tooth-colored materials, are crafted as thin shells intended to enhance one's appearance by covering the front surface of the teeth. These shells are affixed to the front of the tooth, allowing for alterations in color, shape, size, or length to achieve an improved aesthetic effect.
Dental implants, serving as artificial roots resembling screws, are inserted into the jawbone where they fuse with the natural bone. This integration creates a sturdy foundation, capable of supporting one or more dentures. Subsequently, a covering is applied to the implants, effectively reconstructing the overall tooth structure.
Tooth bleaching or teeth whitening is a process designed to eliminate yellow spots and discoloration, resulting in brighter teeth. This method encompasses three approaches: 1) in-office teeth whitening, 2) at-home teeth whitening, and 3) a combination involving one or two sessions of both methods.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
The objective of comprehensive oral reconstruction is to enhance the overall mouth, encompassing the teeth, gums, and occlusion. Often, it becomes imperative to restore every tooth in the mouth, utilizing a combination of dental services such as implants, all-ceramic veneers, laminates, and other appropriate procedures.
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by intermittent pauses and restarts in breathing, posing potential health risks. Common symptoms include snoring and daytime fatigue, and the condition can be addressed with specialized prosthetic treatments.
Disorders affecting the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can lead to pain in the jaw joint and muscles responsible for jaw movement. One treatment approach for this condition involves intraoral prosthetics, such as night guards.
Removable prosthetics encompass overdentures supported by implants, complete removable denture, and partial removable denture.
These prosthetics encompass ocular prostheses, auricular prostheses, nasal prostheses, and intraoral prostheses. They are employed to address tissue loss resulting from congenital conditions or tumors.
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