Ura Stephen C
Dentist in Nashua, NH
Our core principles state that we recognize why we exist: To serve our customer base. Our practice is set up to do just that: Provide our customers the best dental care available in a most pleasant environment possible. We recognize that given a choice, people would rather lie on a beach in Aruba rather than our treatment chairs. However, we strongly believe that dental care should not be uncomfortable, embarrassing or difficult to obtain.
Ura Stephen C
read moreDr. Stephen C. Ura, Nashua dentist, is committed to providing you with excellent dentistry in a comfortable environment. You deserve a skilled, experienced dental team that can help you ensure great oral health. Experience what patient-centered care can do for you. You are important to us. For your convenience, we provide a wide range of dental solutions in our local Nashua location. If you require care from an outside specialist, we will refer you to one of our trusted colleagues. A caring, patient centered staff.
read moreOur team is a warm group of dedicated professionals who are kind, friendly, and caring as well as very hardworking. They are here to ensure a pleasant experience during your visit to our office and continually work to exceed your expectations. Starting with your first call to our Nashua office, you can experience the peace of mind that comes from working with compassionate, caring professionals and an experienced dentist. When you arrive, help yourself to our coffee and tea bar, but do not expect to wait.
Dentist in Nashua NH
read moreYour dental health is closely related to the health of your entire body. Dr. Ura and the team at the Center For Dental Excellence believes that this approach to whole-health dentistry allows us to provide the least-invasive and highest-quality dental care. In addition to being a metal-free, mercury-free practice, we use biocompatible materials for fillings and restorations, and our prosthetics are BPA-free. Dr. Ura also provides safe removal of amalgam fillings, for the benefit of our clients and staff.
read moreSuzanne is Dr. Ura's wife and Patient Satisfaction Representative. A Nashua native, Suzanne attended Middlesex Community College and earned her Associates Degree in Dental Sciences. She is a Certified Dental Assistant and continues her education regularly attending courses and seminars. She is the proud mother of three grown kids: two girls, one boy, and has two grandchildren. Suzanne is also a Notary Public; if you need something notarized, do not hesitate to ask. Outside the office, Suzanne enjoys her family, cooking, yoga and a little golf.
Dentist Nashua NH
read moreTMD stands for temporo-mandibular dysfunction, or misalignment and improper function of the jaw joints and/or muscles. From his initial dental training under two of the legends of TMD treatment, Dr. Ura has further expanded his education at Dawson Academy and Spear Education to thoroughly understand TMD. A careful evaluation of your jaw joints and symptoms will help Dr. Ura determine the cause of your pain, so he can advise treatment. For clients in immediate need, we have treatments available, such as oral appliances or manual manipulation, that can provide relief in a timely fashion.
Dentist Nashua NH
read moreFangs are not found in all snakes, but all snakes do have teeth, usually in six rows. Their teeth are curved backwards like the barbs on a fishing hook, which keeps their prey from escaping. It is an aggravated assault In Louisiana to bite someone with your false teeth but simple assault if you bite someone with your natural teeth. Jaw muscles can provide about 200 pounds of force to bring the back teeth together for chewing. The average human produces 25,000 quarts of spit in a lifetime, enough to fill two swimming pools.
Dentist in Nashua
read moreDr. Stephen C. Ura recommends that you brush your teeth at least twice per day and floss daily. This helps prevent tooth decay, periodontal disease, and other oral health issues. There are additional ways to help keep teeth strong and healthy. Toothpastes and mouth rinses with fluoride are available over-the-counter. Eating a balanced diet and limiting sugary snacks can also contribute to good oral health. When you can, drink a glass of water after meals. This can help wash away sugars from foods and drinks.
Dentist in Nashua
read moreIf you need a temporary or more cost-effective option than veneers, bonding offers a wise solution. With bonding, Dr. Ura can correct cosmetic imperfections including chips, permanent stains, slight misalignments, and misshapen teeth. He can also close wide or uneven spaces between the teeth. The doctor uses composite material tinted to blend invisibly with your smile, so the result is quite natural looking. With good maintenance, bonding can last for five to seven years. Then it should be replaced with new bonding or veneers.