At the offices of Michael Barmé, DDS, Dr. Barmé and his team have been caring for families in the Norwalk area for over 30 years. Our brand new dental facilities are equipped with the latest in state of the art equipment, using high tech dentistry to perform all of our dental exams. Our Norwalk dentist will care for you like you’re family, and is a member of the ADA-CDA. We know how important it is that you have a healthy smile and the best dental hygiene and oral health. Our unique approach to modern dentistry will help you achieve the best oral care possible.
We offer cosmetic, restorative and preventive dental services and are here to help you discuss all of your dental needs. Some of our services include a comprehensive oral exam and health baseline, a bite occlusion analysis to check for any deformities, and an examination of the teeth and their supporting structures. Our dental fillings are all made from the highest quality materials, such as gold, porcelain, composite and amalgam. These types of materials are generally extremely strong and durable, creating a strong foundation for a filling. Our Norwalk dentist also performs extractions when necessary, using local anesthesia. Missing teeth can also be replaced with dental implants, which are a permanent and easy way to fill in the missing areas. Impl ants are small titanium screws that are placed directly into the bone of the jaw in a surgical procedure, then given time to heal before placing a crown over the implant to finalize the artificial tooth. Implants act as replacement for the root of the natural tooth, and in many cases are stronger than the original root. They never need root canal treatment after being placed in the bone.
Should you need root canal treatment, our Norwalk dentist can perform this simple and easy procedure to help save your natural tooth, preventing the need for dental implants or bridges. Patients will know if they need a root canal by symptoms, which are usually sensitivity to hold and cold, pain, and swelling. The root canal therapy is then performed to remove any damaged pulp.