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250 Edgewood Drive

Nicholasville, Ky 40356

Pat Disponett DMD

Daniel Dela Cruz DMD

Scott Drake DMD

859-885-9577

Dentist

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Nicholasville Ky Dentist, Dr Pat Disponett and Dr Daniel Dela Cruz, is the dentist near me that provides general dental services including emergency dental visits, emergency dentist near Nicholasville Ky, dentist open on Saturday and dentist open on Sunday. We are a dental clinic with teeth whitening service, cosmetic dentist, endodontist treatment, orthodontist treatment, oral surgeon treatment, denture care center, emergency dental service, and dental implants periodontist. We have evening hours, affordable dentistry, pain free dentistry, sedation dentistry, light sedation, affordable dentures, affordable dental implants, emergency same day, Invisalign, root canals,Kor whitening,affordable dental plan,same day dentistry,emergency dentist,dental implants, mini dental implants, dentures, whitening, cosmetic dentistry, and  affordable wisdom tooth extraction with oral sedation. We offer the very best in cosmetic dentistry to include porcelain veneers, bonding, tooth whitening with Zoom or Kor, zirconium crowns, porcelain inlays and onlays. We are a medicaid dentist in Nicholasville Kentucky. We are also the practice if you are looking for an affordable, convenient general dentist in Nicholasville Ky.  We are a full service dental clinic, dental hygienist, dental radiology, and dental laboratory.We also cater to cowards and that means if you have dental anxiety we have the option of giving your oral sedation or in some instances IV sedation. In either case your comfort is paramount to us and we do everything we can to give you a great dental experience at Jessamine Family Dentistry.We accept medicaid, most insurances and offer comfort extractions, affordable denture technique, and an in house payment plan that saves you a substantial amount on your dental bills. We offer Biohorizon dental implants, Osteoready dental implants, prettau bridges, all on 4, same day implants, mini dental implants, full mouth dental implants, all on 8, and of you need your teeth tomorrow, we can do that. We do same day dentistry, affordable dental implants, dentures that attach to implants. We can often place a dental implant at the time of extraction. We utilize the Osteoready system for dental implants. We are committed to affordable and comfortable implant dentistry. If you are looking for the best implant dentist in Nicholasville Ky.Teeth implant,dental denture implant cost,implant dental cost,tooth implant,cheap dental implants and affordable dental implants. Laser dentist Lexington Ky, and laser dentist Nicholasville Ky.   Surgery on Saturday is our latest attempt to make emergency dental visits, convenient and affordable and we now offer evening dental appointments and on Sunday. Surgery on Saturday is our exciting new program that addresses access, specialties and expanded services. We also are the nicholasville dentist and emergency dentist in Lexington Ky the uk orthodontics Lexington ky. We have also just added PRP Platlet rich plasma therapy for use in all oral sugery procedures. PRP can assist in healing and used in periodontal surgery, wisdom tooth extractions which eliminates dry sockets, bone grafts for use in dental implant surgery, botox.

Medical research has demonstrated that using our own blood cells, accelerates healing and tissue regeneration in all forms of surgery. Specifically, platelets, plasma, and white blood cells are used for this procedure. The protein that is carried by the platelets is the magic ingredient that is being used in numerous private office settings for wound healing and various surgical procedures, including oral surgery.

As we only use innovative procedures in our offices and procedures, we routinely use platelet rich plasma (PRP) in oral surgeries that involve hard and soft tissues, derived from the patient. The plasma proteins are collected in the office br Dr Dela Cruz in a short procedure which only takes a few minutes. The use of PRPs in surgery ensures that the patient has the best opportunity to successfully heal from their surgery. For patients who have a history of complications arising from hard and soft tissue regenerations, PRP is instrumental in surgical success.

For painless dentistry the use of lasers has changed our practice. We utilize soft tissue diode lasers for the treatment of mouth ulcers, alphthous ulcers, cold sores, herpes, fibroma removal, tongue tied infants, frenectomties, peri-implantitis, as well as laser pocket disinfection for gum disease. We know that your comfort, affordability, and attention to detail is what you look for in a dentist near me in Nicholasville ky.

Jessamine Family Dentistry

Hours

Dentist In Nicholasville Ky

250 Edgewood Dr

Call: 859-885-9577

Sunday                    Closed

Monday                   8:00 am to 6:00 pm,

Tuesday                   8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Wednesday             8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Thursday                 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Friday                       8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday                  8:00 am to 2:00 pm

 

At Jessamine Family Dentistry, we are aware of what an emergency is - If you’re experiencing tooth pain, whether sharp and throbbing or dull and achy, it can be difficult to bite and chew, concentrate, get through the day, even sleep at night, no matter what over-the-counter medication you take for some relief.

The source of tooth pain may be dental decay, an injury or an infection in the tooth. Regardless of the cause, if you have ongoing pain it’s time to see a dentist or endodontist for treatment. In the meantime, read on for information on common pain symptoms, possible causes and some steps you can take to ease the discomfort.

Our 7 day a week availability helps us to get you in and start what is called a root canal procedure. The nerve of the tooth is removed. The tooth is disinfected and a filling material is placed inside the tooth.

The standard filling material is gutta-percha, a natural polymer prepared from latex from the percha (Palaquium gutta) tree. The standard endodontic technique involves inserting a gutta-percha cone (a "point") into the cleaned-out root canal along with a sealing cement. Another technique uses melted or heat-softened gutta-percha which is then injected or pressed into the root canal passage(s). However, since gutta-percha shrinks as it cools, thermal techniques can be unreliable and sometimes a combination of techniques is used. Gutta-percha is radiopaque, allowing verification afterwards that the root canal passages have been completely filled and are without voids.

Pain control can be difficult to achieve at times because of anesthetic inactivation by the acidity of the abscess around the tooth apex. Sometimes the abscess can be drained, antibiotics prescribed, and the procedure reattempted when inflammation has been mitigated. The tooth can also be unroofed to allow drainage and help relieve pressure.

Our doctors  may chose that A root treated tooth may be eased from the occlusion as a measure to prevent tooth fracture prior to the cementation of a crown or similar restoration. Sometimes the dentist performs preliminary treatment of the tooth by removing all of the infected pulp of the tooth and applying a dressing and temporary filling to the tooth. This is called a pulpectomy. Dr. Dela Cruz  may also remove just the coronal portion of the dental pulp, which contains 90% of the nerve tissue, and leave intact the pulp in the canals. This procedure, called a "pulpotomy", tends to essentially eliminate all the pain. A pulpotomy may be a relatively definitive treatment for infected primary teeth. The pulpectomy and pulpotomy procedures aim to eliminate pain until the next time you come in when finishing the root canal. Further occurrences of pain could indicate the presence of continuing infection or retention of vital nerve tissue. You may have to take over the counter pain medications.

After removing as much of the internal pulp as possible, the root canal(s) can be temporarily filled with calcium hydroxide paste. This strong base is left in for a week or more to disinfect and reduce inflammation in surrounding tissue. The patient may still complain of pain if the dentist left pulp devitalizer over the canal. Ibuprofen taken orally is commonly used before and/or after these procedures to reduce inflammation.

When the patient returns, a filling may be placed in the tooth and after the dentist is sure all is well a crown procedure is done at a later time. The usual amount of time is two weeks and the average cost is seven hundred to fifteen hundred dollars.

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