better teeth through education and regular care
The cornerstone of good oral health is regular hygiene appointments.
Visits begin with a update of your medical and dental history including a review of your current medications since they can impact your oral health. We then customize an oral care program for each patient with visits every 3, 4 or 6 months depending on your personal requirements. Patients are educated about proper brushing, flossing and home care.
Less Radiation, Safer X-Rays
Digital x-rays offer many benefits over traditional x-rays. Most importantly, they offer up to 80% less radiation making them safer for you and your family. Images are transferred to a monitor that can easily be viewed by our patients in the operatory during your appointment. And they are better for the environment.
We love kids!
We give special care to our youngest patients with regular cleanings, cavity-preventing sealants, and chair rides. Our operatories are child friendly and kids can watch their favorite TV programs during their appointment. Our waiting area has DVD programs, books and toys for kids to play. Children get a gift from the toy box at their appointment and every month our “young patient of the month” receives a special prize!
Did we mention we love children?
Make informed decisions on your dental care
When making serious decisions about your dental health it is often a good idea to obtain a second opinion. Framework dental may be able to offer you options for treatment that better meets your needs.
We’re Here for You
We provide after hours emergency care for our patients and can accommodate your schedule with early and late appointments.
get a better smile with invisalign
Do your teeth look crooked? Do you wish you could straighten your teeth but don’t want to wear braces? We now offer Invisalign, a way to straighten your teeth without braces. By wearing a series of clear retainers you can straighten your teeth without most people knowing you are in treatment. Schedule a consultation to see how Invisalign can give you the smile you have always wanted.
A crown, sometimes called a cap, is used to cover a damaged tooth and protect it from further breakdown. Crowns are often needed if you have a large filling, a broken tooth or a root canal. They can be made from gold or porcelain or a combination of the two.
The main function of a bridge is to provide stability for your bite if there are missing teeth.
There are two types of dentures: partial and complete (full). A complete denture is used when the patient has no teeth. A partial denture is used when the patient has some teeth. Read More…
An implant is an artificial replacement for the root of the tooth, made from commercially pure titanium or titanium alloy. Implants are used to anchor crowns, bridges, or dentures. Read More…
It’s well known that a good smile enhances self-esteem. If you have teeth that are crooked, stained, worn or have darkened over time, there are very conservative treatment options that a Prosthodontist can provide today. Read More…
Dr. Isakow has extensive experience with complex cases. He determines the appropriate treatment plan and actively co-ordinates with other specialists in order to reconstruct your smile. Read More…
Aging gives rise to unique dental problems. Often due to multiple medications, seniors have a condition known as xerostomia, or dry mouth. Read More…