We strive to make every dental restoration placed in the mouth look perfectly natural, whether it’s a single filling or a complete smile makeover. With Dr. Rebottaro’s artistic eyes and modern aesthetic materials, your dental work will blend seamlessly with nature. A healthy and beautiful smile is very important, and your dentist will work with you to determine the right treatment plan for you!

Metal-Free Restorations

No longer is unsightly metal needed to strengthen dental restorations. Modern dental materials are aesthetic and strong. Silver fillings are a thing of the past. Porcelain crowns with gray at the gum-line can be eliminated. Dr. Rebottaro has extensive training to deliver quality metal free dental work.

Dental Crowns and Bridges

Dental crowns are often recommended to protect a weak tooth from further damage. It can hold together a cracked tooth, restore a broken or worn down tooth, cover and support a tooth that has a large filling, hold a dental bridge, conceal dental implants or severely discolored teeth, or make a cosmetic modification. The crown will provide a strong, solid replacement for the natural tooth because it is cemented in with a special glue. The crown is made in a lab to perfectly replicate the model made from impressions of the tooth. It will replace the original tooth, seamlessly blending in with the rest of your teeth. The Rebottaro Family Dentistry staff can help you make an informed decision about dental crowns.

The iTero intraoral scanner eliminates the need for full mouth impressions with advanced digital impression technology. iTero also eliminates physical flaws associated with conventional impressions for high quality prosthetics with fewer remakes.

Porcelain Onlays

Conservative porcelain inlays and onlays can significantly strengthen and restore moderately broken down teeth. These restorations are bonded to the remaining tooth structure so that the tooth looks like new.

Tooth Colored Fillings

Tooth colored fillings are useful when treating cavities. In such a procedure, the decayed portion of the tooth is removed and replaced with a filling, usually of a porcelain or resin material, which blends in with the rest of the tooth. Fillings can also be used to repair cracked, broken, or worn down teeth.

Veneers

When teeth are discolored, worn down, chipped, broken, misaligned, uneven, or have gaps, dental veneers are used to improve surface appearance. Dental veneers are thin layers of material, like porcelain, that are bonded to the surface of a tooth to change its color, size, shape, or length.

Porcelain dental veneers are noted for their ability to resist stains as well and mimic the way a natural tooth reflects light. Resin veneers are thinner so less of the natural tooth is removed before replacement. Dr. Rebottaro along with his team, will go over what kind work best for you.

Dental Bleaching / Teeth Whitening

Rebottaro Family Dentistry understands the importance of a sparkling smile, and we want to help you brighten your smile! Over time your teeth may have yellowed or you may have surface stains from drinking coffee, tea or soda.

Teeth whitening is a great option for the following reasons:

  • A boost to your confidence and self-esteem
  • A youthful appearance
  • Special events: wedding, family photos, job interview
  • To make a positive first impression on others
  • To simply reverse years of everyday staining and yellowing

At Rebottaro Family Dentistry we offer the ZOOM Whitening System! This industry leading whitening system is available in-office and as a take-home kit. Click here to learn more!

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that can be used to change the shape of a tooth, improve the appearance of discolored teeth, or to protect a portion of the tooth’s root that is exposed due to receding gums, fix a broken or chipped tooth, or fill gaps between teeth. Dental bonding can even be used for small cavities on occasion. The procedure involves a tooth colored, resin composite material being sculpted onto your tooth, hardened with a special light, and polished for a natural look. Dr. Rebottaro and his team will go over how to best improve your smile with dental bonding.

Never before has dentistry offered so many exciting options. Dr. Rebottaro encourages continuing education. This allows him to remain extremely current with all the new developments in dental procedures and materials. His extensive knowledge allows him to recommend the most appropriate solution for each patients’ individual needs.

Implants

Implants can be used to replace a single tooth or a mouth full of teeth. They can be used to support a single crown or removable denture. The options are endless! Dr. Rebottaro is highly trained to help his patients choose which option is best for them.

At Rebottaro Family Dentistry we prefer to work in tandem with highly trained oral surgeons who place the implants. Dr. Vassilopoulos takes care of this service for many of our patients right here in our own office. Many general dentists place their own implants, but we place a high value on the surgical skills that our specialists have acquired.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Sometimes, due to excessive wear, a history of chronic decay, bite problems or trauma, a person may need to have their whole mouth restored. This is a complex meticulous endeavor that Dr. Rebottaro has studied at the Kois Center and is trained to perform. Dr. Rebottaro has been well trained in diagnosis, treatment planning, and performing these rehabilitations. A mouth in bad shape can be esthetically rejuvenated to look and function like new.

Dentures

When a person has lost all their teeth, one way to replace the teeth and rehabilitate the person’s chewing function is with full dentures. The Rebottaro Family Dentistry Doctors work closely with a local esteemed denture lab to aid in our patients’ rehabilitative needs.  Together the Doctors and the lab use their artistic eye to guide the arrangement of teeth so that they look youthful yet natural. They are experts at making the teeth blend into the face aesthetically.

Partial Dentures

“Partials” are an option when a person has lost teeth but still has some remaining. These appliances are supported by the remaining teeth or implants.

Metal clasps are traditionally present to hold the partial denture in. We now have the ability to make these clasps out of tooth colored material so they disappear!

Wisdom Teeth

Third molars, commonly referred to as wisdom teeth, are usually the last four of 32 teeth to erupt (surface) in the mouth. They generally making their appearance in late teens to early twenties. These teeth are located at the back of the mouth (top and bottom), near the entrance to the throat. The term “wisdom” stems from the idea that the molars surface at a time typically associated with increased maturity or “wisdom”.

Wisdom teeth may come in sideways, only partially, or become trapped (impacted), leading to pain, infection, and gum line and facial swelling. If any of these conditions arise, it is important to have a thorough examination of the third molars.  During the exam a Panoramic x-ray will be taken in order to evaluate the position of the wisdom teeth and determine if they need to be removed.  If extraction is recommended,  Dr. Rebottaro will refer the patient to a local oral surgeon.

Root Canal Therapy

A Root Canal is needed when the pulp of the tooth, that is the soft tissue within the tooth, becomes infected or inflamed. Deep decay, repeated dental procedures, defective crowns, trauma, or a crack or chip in the tooth can cause such an infection. If left untreated, serious pain or an abscess may result. To prevent such problems, the damaged pulp is removed and the tooth is cleaned and disinfected.  A filling or crown is the final step, leaving the tooth to look and feel like any other tooth. Dr. Rebottaro and the Rebottaro Family Dentistry team will find out if you can benefit from root canal therapy.

Here at Rebottaro Family Dentistry, we believe in a strong preventive program. It all starts with a detailed, meticulous dental exam where all areas of the mouth are checked. On your visit you will meet many members of our team. Visit our “Team” page to learn more about our staff.

Advanced Technology

Digital X-rays: give us unparalleled diagnostic information with up to 70% less radiation.

Panoramic X-rays: (digital) This specialized machine shows the upper and lower jaws on one large film. This film allows us to gauge bone levels, evaluate wisdom teeth and check for growths or abnormalities of the jaw bones.

Comprehensive Exam: Your dentist determines what x-rays are appropriate, then reviews the digital films. He then does a thorough exam, evaluating the following:

  • Gums and Bone Support
  • Teeth: decay, structurally compromised restorations, dental abscesses
  • Oral Cancer Exam
  • Bite and Wear Analysis
  • Esthetic Evaluation

All findings and treatment options are then discussed. The final treatment plan is determined by both the patient and their dentist.

Fluoride Treatments: Fluoride increases a tooth’s ability to fight off decay. Fluoride can be administered in the office as a rinse or as a varnish. It can also be applied at home. We’ll develop a program that fits your needs.

Cari Free Rinse: A daily at home rinse that has shown to be effective at decreasing decay rates by changing the make-up of, the oral bio film. A meter can be used that helps determine a patient’s susceptibility to cavities.

Cleanings

Dr. Rebottaro  and his staff of registered Dental Hygienist’s will come up with a personalized plan to help our patients keep their teeth for a lifetime. This personalized plan is dependent upon the health of the gums and bone (periodontal health).

Prophylaxis: A cleaning for someone whose gums and bone levels are in good shape

Periodontal Therapy: Deeper cleanings, often performed with anesthesia. This is performed on patients with compromised periodontal health (gum disease).

Recare Visits: Again, depending on the amount of periodontal disease (gum disease) present, a personal interval is determined. This interval can be every two, three, four, or six months.

Adjunctive Periodontal Procedures:

  • Systemic Antibiotics: sometimes a strong dose of certain antibiotics can help turn the tide against gum disease
  • Local Antibiotics: A special time released antibiotic called Arestin can be placed in problem areas to help control gum disease

Sealants

Our teeth experience the daily wear and tear from chewing, insufficient brushing and flossing, sugary or acidic foods, ect. Sealants aid the defenses of your teeth against plaque and tooth decay. It is a thin, plastic material painted on chewing surfaces of the premolars and molars. The sealants bond in the grooves of the tooth to form a protective shield over the tooth’s enamel. Brushing and flossing does fight against plaque build up but such cannot always do a detailed job of it. Sealants protect the hard to reach areas by sealing out plaque and food. The Rebottaro Family Dentistry team wants to help protect your teeth from tooth decay.

Get a noticeably brighter and whiter smile with ZOOM!



We offer In-Office or Take-Home ZOOM! Whitening Systems!

Everyone wants a bright, vibrant smile, which is why teeth whitening is one of the most popular dental procedures. Coffee, tea, wine, tobacco, age, certain medications, and other lifestyle factors like genetics, can all cause discolorations of your teeth. Our smile whitening treatments restore luminosity and radiance to your teeth, erasing years of tarnish and dulling effects.  Rebottaro Family Dentistry offers a variety of smile whitening options to suite each patient’s unique needs.

ZOOM! Whitening

The Zoom system is designed to restore the natural beauty of your smile by eradicating stains from coffee, tea, red wine, tobacco and other substances. One in-office session of Zoom Whitening is all it takes to brighten your smile up to eight shades. In addition to that we will also send you home with desensitizing gel and a touch-up whitening kit that can be used at home to maintain your sparkling white teeth.

For those who prefer the convenience of teeth whitening at home, we also offer the Zoom take-home kit. The Zoom take-home kit comes with custom fit trays will give you a brighter and whiter smile in 7-14 days.

Opalescence GO

Opalescence Go is the professional alternative to over-the-counter whitening options. It’s a simple, fast, and great-tasting way to start a whitening treatment or for whitening touch-ups. With no impressions or custom trays necessary, Opalescence Go is ready to use right out of the package!

Sinsational Smiles

Sinsational smiles is a 20-minute in office teeth whitening system. Its fast, effective and easy to use. Using a patented tooth bleaching formula and LED light, your teeth will be visibly brighter in just 20 minutes. This technology is best known for its lack of post bleaching sensitivity, in fact, 98.1% of Patients experience ZERO sensitivity while using Sinsational Smile Whitening.

You can continue your whitening journey at home with their at home whitening pen and silicone tray given to you after your treatment.

Rebottaro Family Dentistry believes in using highly trained specialists whenever possible.  Dr. Rebottaro can help you choose between traditional orthodontics or Invisalign.

Traditional Orthodontics: The bread and butter of Orthodontics, this method often gives the quickest and most precise results. Clear braces can be used so that the braces are much less visible than if metal braces were used.

Invisalign: is a method of straightening teeth using a series of clear removable trays that align your teeth “invisibly.” Not every case is best treated in this fashion, though many misalignments and malocclusions can be fixed with Invisalign.

Dr. Rebottaro is a recognized expert and gold provider in Invisalign treatment.

iTero Digital Scanning Technology allows us compare a patient’s previous scans to current scans, identifying and quantifying tooth movement, tooth wear and gingival recession over time. This allows enhanced chairside communication with patients and eliminates the need for full mouth impressions for the fabrication of orthodontic aligners.

Did you know the less sleep you get the more it affects your mental and physical health? Rebottaro Family Dentistry is committed to giving you a great night’s sleep. Nearly two thirds of all adults have insufficient sleep at least 4 nights a week. By taking a simple at-home sleep test, our team can evaluate your oxygen levels, heart rate and blood pressure behavior.

What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is an involuntary interruption of breathing that occurs while a person is asleep. Most people who suffer from sleep apnea are unaware of the cessation of breathing because it does not trigger the sleeper awake. There are three types of sleep apnea: obstructive, central, and mixed. Obstructive sleep apnea, often called OSA for short, is the most common.

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

We encourage patients to have a consultation with Dr. Rebottaro if you have the following symptoms:

  • Snoring
  • Insomnia
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Excessive Sleepiness
  • Weight Gain
  • Stroke
  • Heart Failure, Irregular Heartbeats or Heart Attacks
  • Diabetes
  • Depression
  • Worsening ADHD

Contact Rebottaro Family Dentistry for Sleep Apnea Treatment

There are various treatments options for sleep apnea. One of the most common is the use of a positive airway pressure device worn during sleep. These machines are often inconvenient and noisy. Another less invasive option is oral appliance therapy. You can have a custom oral appliance designed specifically for you. It is an appliance worn while sleeping, like a sports mouthguard or an orthodontic appliance. This is where Rebottaro Family Dentistry can help with sleep apnea!

Our simple at home sleep test is done using a non-invasive sleep device worn on your finger and wrist. After 2 nights we can tell you about your sleep patterns and help you get the night’s sleep you need and deserve. Call today and make your appointment to discuss the easy and affordable options that are right for you.

If you’ve put off dentistry due to fear and apprehension, we have some great solutions—sedation dentistry! Depending on a patients apprehension level, we can recommend Gas Sedation or Oral Conscious Sedation.

Gas Sedation: Nitrous oxide is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose to help you relax. This option is also known as “laughing gas”. You will be conscious and able to hear and respond to your surroundings. This is a great option if you want to feel calm and comfortable in the dentist chair.

Oral Conscious Sedation: This technique is usually for the mild to moderately anxious patient. It is simple, safe and effective! A pill is taken about an hour before the dental visit. Once you arrive at the dental office, you’re placed in a special chair for enhanced comfort. Your drowsiness is then assessed. We will constantly monitor your vital signs using medical monitoring equipment  to ensure a safe visit. Most patients have little memory of the procedure.

Whatever option you choose, multiple visits can be condensed into a single safe and comfortable visit.

Never before has dentistry offered so many exciting options. Rebottaro Family Dentistry encourage continuing education. This allows them to remain extremely current with all the new developments in dental procedures and materials. Their extensive knowledge allows them to recommend the most appropriate solution for each patients’ individual needs.

What is Periodontics?

Periodontics is the specialty branch of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth, as well as diseases and conditions that affect them. Trust your smile with Rebottaro Family Dentistry. 

Implants

Implants can be used to replace a single tooth or a mouth full of teeth. They can support a single crown or removable denture. The options are endless! Rebottaro Family Dentistry is highly trained to help his patients choose which option is best for them.

At Rebottaro Family Dentistry we prefer to work in tandem with a highly trained oral surgeon who places the implants. Many general dentists place their own implants, but we place a high value on the surgical skills that our specialists have acquired.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Sometimes, due to excessive wear, a history of chronic decay, bite problems or trauma, a person may need to have their whole mouth restored. This is a complex meticulous endeavor that Rebottaro Family Dentistry has been trained to perform. Rebottaro Family Dentistry has been well trained in diagnosis, treatment planning, and performing these rehabilitations. A mouth in bad shape can be esthetically rejuvenated to look and function like new.

Dentures

When a person has lost all their teeth, one way to replace the teeth and rehabilitate the person’s chewing function is with full dentures. Rebottaro Family Dentistry is trained in the Staub Denture technique to aid in his patients’ rehabilitative needs. Rebottaro Family Dentistry has an artistic eye that guides the arrangement of teeth so that they look  youthful yet natural. They are experts at making the teeth blend into the face aesthetically.

Partial Dentures

“Partials” are an option when a person has lost teeth but still has some remaining. The remaining teeth or implants support the partial dentures.

Metal clasps are traditionally present to hold the partial denture in. We now have the ability to make these clasps out of tooth colored material so they disappear!

Wisdom Teeth

Third molars, commonly referred to as wisdom teeth, are usually the last four of 32 teeth to erupt (surface) in the mouth. They generally making their appearance in late teens to early twenties. These teeth are located at the back of the mouth (top and bottom), near the entrance to the throat. The term “wisdom” stems from the idea that the molars surface at a time typically associated with increased maturity or “wisdom”.

Wisdom teeth may come in sideways, only partially, or become trapped (impacted), leading to pain, infection, and gum line and facial swelling. If any of these conditions arise, it is important to have a thorough examination of the third molars.  During the exam a Panoramic x-ray is taken in order to evaluate the position of the wisdom teeth and determine if they need to be removed.  If extraction is recommended,  Dr. Rebottaro will refer the patient to a local oral surgeon.  

Root Canal Therapy

A Root Canal is necessary when the pulp of the tooth, that is the soft tissue within the tooth, becomes infected or inflamed. Deep decay, repeated dental procedures, defective crowns, trauma, or a crack or chip in the tooth can cause such an infection. If left untreated, serious pain or an abscess may result. To prevent such problems, the damaged pulp is removed and the tooth is cleaned and disinfected.  A filling or crown is the final step, leaving the tooth to look and feel like any other tooth. Rebottaro Family Dentistry team will find out if you can benefit from root canal therapy.

Why You Need a Mouthguard

  • Mouthguards help prevent dental emergencies!
  • The American Dental Association and the Academy for Sports Dentistry recommend a professionally-made, properly-fitted custom mouthguard for all contact and collision sports.
  • According to the American Dental Association (ADA), more than 200,000 oral injuries are prevented each year by wearing a mouthguard.
  • Over 5 million teeth are knocked out each year, and the lifetime cost to replace one tooth is approximately $20,000.
  • Mouthguards can also vastly reduce the degree of force transmitted from a trauma impact point (jaw) to the central nervous system (base of the brain).
  • Mouth guards also reduce the prevalence of the following injuries:
    • Cheek Lesions
    • Concussions
    • Gum & Soft Tissue Injuries
    • Jawbone Fractures
    • Tongue Lesions
    • Lip Lesions
    • Tooth Fractures
    • Neck Injuries

Why You Need a Custom Sports Mouthguard

  • Custom sports mouthguards are designed to match the exact structure of each player’s individual mouth, and they will last longer and be more comfortable than boil-and-bite guards.
  • Custom sports mouthguards are designed for optimal oxygen flow.
  • The better the fit, the better the players’ performance.
  • Players get the comfort and protection they need while still being able to communicate clearly with teammates.
  • A custom sports mouthguard with a player’s team colors or favorite colors quickly becomes a favorite piece of their uniform.
Skip to content