Looking for a dentist in Jerusalem? You have come to the right place! Dr. Yoav Orbach is a caring and compassionate general and esthetic dentist located in the heart of Jerusalem. We understand that general dental treatment is crucial to maintaining healthy, strong teeth and gums and a happy smile. Dr. Yoav Orbach and his team are experienced in all aspects of the identification, treatment and prevention of dental problems. We also provide a full range of cosmetic and restorative dentistry options, from implants and crowns, to teeth whitening and alignment.
Routine Dental Checks
We believe in preventing dental problems early by using the latest technology. Using the latest equipment in our Jerusalem Dental clinic, we will scan for cavities and cracked or chipped teeth, check that your gums are healthy, and treat any signs of gum disease or periodontitis.
The expert and gentle dental hygienists in our Jerusalem clinic will help you to maintain optimum dental health by removing plaque, tartar and bacteria from your teeth. Regular teeth cleaning not only helps keep your teeth looking whiter and brighter, but it also prevents decay, gum disease and chronic bad breath. At our Jerusalem clinic we will assess your risk factors and tailor a specific plan for you. Generally the American Dental Association recommends having your teeth cleaned by a professional hygienist at least every six months. This will ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthy, your smile looks its best and your breath stays fresh. Schedule a visit today for a pain-free dental cleaning in our central Jerusalem dental clinic.
Cavities occur when bacteria attack the enamel tooth surface and find their way into cracks and crevices, creating holes in your teeth. To fill these cavities, we use white ceramic dental fillings and avoid conventional metal fillings that may contain mercury. We use materials that match the color of your teeth so that our restorative dental work looks natural and practically invisible. Research has shown that ceramic fillings form a stronger bond with tooth enamel and are less vulnerable than metal fillings to breaking and leaking. If you need a filling, don’t wait until it becomes painful – make an appointment today!
Root Canal Treatment
Patients sometimes need root canal work when the internal part of a tooth, where its nerves and blood vessels are found, becomes infected or damaged. Removing this damaged pulp from the tooth allows us to save your tooth and hopefully avoid an extraction. Root canal treatment does not have to be painful! Dr. Yoav Orbach uses the latest painless endodontic techniques to treat the damaged areas without weakening the tooth structure.
Extracting damaged or loose teeth is sometimes necessary and may be the first stage in a program of restorative dentistry. Wisdom teeth often require extraction because they can become infected and cause serious problems. Wisdom teeth generally appear at the back of the mouths of young adults and often become impacted because of overcrowding. Spotting a wisdom tooth before it erupts can make it easier to remove. Dr. Yoav Orbach generally extracts teeth under local anesthesia.
Crowns and Bridges
Where a tooth is damaged, broken or severely decayed, it may need capping with a strong new crown that will replace the visible part of your tooth. For a natural look and a comfortable fit, Dr. Yoav Orbach recommends the use of metal-free ceramic crowns that are made to match the color and shape of your damaged or missing tooth, without the unwanted dark shadows that used to appear on old-style crowns. Crowns are permanently cemented to the tooth or to a dental implant with a screw, and they cannot be removed. If the tooth root is inadequate and an implant is not possible, we can install a fixed bridge. Dr. Orbach will discuss these various options with you and work out the best solution for your teeth.
As an expert in the latest techniques of restorative dentistry, Dr. Yoav Orbach has created and fitted thousands of crowns that are impossible to distinguish from natural teeth. No one will know that you have crowns in your mouth! Talk to us today about whether you need implants, crowns or bridges to fix or replace your damaged or missing teeth.
When people are missing some or all of their teeth and where implants are not feasible, we recommend full or partial dentures. Partial dentures are mounted on plates and held in place by gentle clips, while full dentures are used to replace all the teeth and are kept in place on the gums. Talk to Dr. Yoav Orbach about the latest denture technology and the various comfortable new options that can help you to eat and speak normally.
Your English-Speaking Jerusalem Dentist
If you are searching for a young and compassionate English-speaking dentist in Israel who is trained in all the latest dental techniques, make an appointment to visit Dr. Yoav Orbach’s Jerusalem Implant and Esthetic Dental Center on 02-545-5603 today. We will talk you through all the options and give you the best and least painful treatment available! Whatever your concerns, it is best to visit a dentist sooner rather than later. Don’t delay – schedule an appointment today!