Chandler Bright Family Dentistry

Chandler Bright Family Dentistry Thank you for choosing Chandler Bright Family Dentistry. Our ultimate goal is to offer the highest quality restorative and preventive dental care available for your entire family.
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We provide a Dental service for all your family dental needs, Caring and Compassionate Dentist, Highly trained and friendly staff. Dr. Aseel Peters earned her dental degree (DMD) from the University of Pennsylvania,school of Dental Medicine in 2006, She is devoted,compassionate professional. She strives to develop long-lasting relationship with her patients. She continues to attend continuing educ

We provide a Dental service for all your family dental needs, Caring and Compassionate Dentist, Highly trained and friendly staff. Dr. Aseel Peters earned her dental degree (DMD) from the University of Pennsylvania,school of Dental Medicine in 2006, She is devoted,compassionate professional. She strives to develop long-lasting relationship with her patients. She continues to attend continuing educ

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04/27/2016

Deep Cleaning Process

Deep cleaning is also known in the dental world as scaling and root planing. Scaling involves removing plaque and tartar from the surface of the teeth and from the pocket area between the teeth and gums, according to the NIDCR. The dentist or dental hygienist can perform scaling and root planing using either electriceor ultrasonic instruments or manual scaling tools.

The other part of deep cleaning is root planing. The dental hygienist will use a scaling instrument to remove plaque and tartar from the surface of the roots of your teeth. A scaling and root planing procedure will require a minimum of two visits as an appointment. A follow-up visit may be necessary to confirm that your gums and teeth are getting healthier and there is no pocket depth.

Care after Scaling and Root Planing Appointments

Ideally, after this deep cleaning appointment, the bacteria in the pockets of the teeth will be removed and in the next few weeks the gums should become healthier if the person is doing oral hygiene everyday. The optimal cleaning toothpaste your dental professional will recommend is Colgate Total toothpaste. If an additional mouthrinse is required, your dentist might prescribe an antibacterial mouthwash, such as Colgate® PerioGard®, to reduce bacteria in your mouth.

If the deep scaling and 3 month visits to the dentist aren't enough to reverse periodontal disease, seeing a periodontist for a consultation should be required and determination of future treatment in regards to surgery should be considered.
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09/23/2015

WE are open this Wednesday 09/23/2015
from 7:45am till 4:00pm

09/14/2015

Fillings

Your dentist may use several methods to determine if you have tooth decay (caries), including:
Observation — Some discolored spots on your teeth may indicate decay, but not all of them. Your dentist may use an explorer, a metal instrument with a sharp tip, to probe for possible decay. Healthy tooth enamel is hard and will resist pressure by the explorer. Decayed enamel is softer. The instrument will stick in it slightly.

X-rays — X-rays can show decay developing in the enamel on the sides of teeth where they come together, as well as in the dentin that lies under the enamel. X-rays are often not accurate in detecting smaller cavities on occlusal (top) surfaces. Current fillings or other restorations also may block the view of decay.

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12/16/2014

We will be open 5 days this week
Monday 12/15/14 through Friday 12/19/14
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What is Dental Implants?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is surgically anchored into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge in place. The benefit of using implants is that they don't rely on neighboring teeth for support and they are permanent and stable. Implants are a good solution to tooth loss because they look and feel like natural teeth.

Implant material is made from different types of metallic and bone-like ceramic materials that are compatible with body tissue. There are different types of dental implants: the first is placed directly into the jaw bone, like natural tooth roots; the second is used when the jaw structure is limited, therefore, a custom-made metal framework fits directly on the existing bone.

Can anyone receive dental implants?

Talk with your dentist about whether you are an implant candidate. You must be in good health and have the proper bone structure and healthy gums for the implant to stay in place. People who are unable to wear dentures may also be good candidates.

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08/06/2014

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07/17/2014

Dental crowns are customized tooth-shaped covers that are placed over a damaged tooth or implant to restore the look, shape, size, and color of a damaged or missing tooth. Here is a guide to the top benefits of dental crowns.

*Cosmetic – Dental crowns, which can be made from composite resin or porcelain fused to metal, can improve the look of broken, cracked, misshapen, or severely discolored teeth. Attached to an implant of dental bridge, a dental crown can also replace a missing tooth, restoring the look of your smile.

*Confidence – Damaged or missing teeth can make patients feel self-conscious about their smile. If you have teeth that are severely damaged due to trauma, decay, or gum disease, consider restoring the look an function of your smile with dental crowns.

*Durable – Dental crowns should last between five to fifteen years, depending on how you take care of them. In other words, do not put excessive pressure on your teeth with grinding or clenching, and you should expect to have your crowns for a long while.

07/09/2014

Periodontal Disease

Once a patient is diagnosed with gum (periodontal) disease, dentists will use procedures other than regular cleaning (also called prophylaxis) to treat the disease. In the early stages of gum disease, most treatment involves non-surgical procedures; however, in more advanced stages, surgical procedures are often required.

The following are detailed descriptions of these procedures:

•Scaling and root planing: While a regular dental cleaning is for the visible portion of teeth, scaling and root planing is a special cleaning that removes plaque and tartar (also known as calculus) from under the gumline (in periodontal pockets) and smoothes the root surfaces to promote healing. A scaling procedure is the only way to remove calculus from this area.

In some cases, antibiotics or antimicrobials may be used to supplement the effects of scaling and root planing. In most cases of early gum disease, scaling and root planing in addition to continued daily cleaning at home will achieve a satisfactory result of reversing gum disease.

06/27/2013

We will be CLOSED on Thursday July 4th.
We hope you all have a wonderful Independence Day!
Other weekdays in July that we will be closed include:
Friday July 12th through Tuesday July 16th, we will be open again on Wednesday July 17th. We will also be closed Wednesday July 24th, and Wednesday July 31st.

05/24/2013

Thank you to everyone who came and celebrated with us yesterday! We had a great time and hope you all did as well! Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!

05/23/2013

Today is the day! We really hope you will be able to celebrate with us this afternoon for the ribbon cutting! There will be food, beverages, live music, free goodies, and much, much more! The festivities start at 4pm.

05/20/2013

Mark your calendars!

Thursday May 23, 2013 at 4 p.m.:
Chandler Chamber of Commerce will be holding a Ribbon cutting ceremony for our office on May 23rd at 4:00 pm. There will be Food, Beverages, Live Music, Free goodies and much more! Come to the office and help us celebrate this special event on May 23rd at 4:00 pm.

Right to left: Elise, Julia, Dr. Aseel Peters, and Audrey
05/03/2013

Right to left: Elise, Julia, Dr. Aseel Peters, and Audrey

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04/09/2013

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04/08/2013

Happy Monday everyone! Come in and get your smile brighter with our In-Office Teeth Whitening special! Only $99!

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04/08/2013

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Address

1960 W Ray Rd, Ste 2
Chandler, AZ
85224

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(480) 855-6300

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