Dr. Arthur Molzan is particularly accomplished and experienced in implant dentistry. He has a proven track record of clinical success and has demonstrated his commitment to professional excellence by earning Diplomate status in the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry and Fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, where he also served as president.
Dr. Molzan earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at the Ohio State University College of Dentistry in 1980 and relocated to Florida to begin private practice. From Cape Coral, he branched out to Naples and has been in practice in Florida for 30 years.
Throughout his career, Dr. Molzan has continued to expand and refine his skills in implant and restorative dentistry. Recognized by his peers for his extensive experience, knowledge, and skill, he is frequently invited to speak before both his fellow dentists and the general public. Additionally, Dr. Molzan has held numerous offices and board positions in professional organizations, many of which have worldwide memberships.
Dental implants provide a comfortable, permanent solution to lost teeth. The dental replacements are attached to titanium posts that actually fuse to your jawbone and become natural anchors, so your new teeth will remain securely in place without the need for messy adhesives. A fully restored smile is as healthy as it is beautiful by promoting bone growth and reducing the risk of receding gums.
Cosmetic dental procedures are aimed at improving the appearance of your teeth, gums, and bite and fighting the effects of age and wear that affect even the healthiest teeth. From alignment, shape, or size to whitening and stain removal, our cosmetic dental services can improve the aesthetic quality of your teeth so that your smile looks as good as it feels.
nlike deep sedation or general anesthesia, with IV Sedation, you’ll remain conscious during your procedure and still be able to cooperate with instructions. Prior to your treatment, you’ll receive medication through an intravenous line. This will place you in a calm, relaxed state while you retain all verbal and physical response capabilities throughout your treatment.
Teeth Whitening is a non-invasive procedure that restores the natural color of your teeth. Our dentist at Complete Dental Care of South Florida can recommend several teeth whitening techniques
based on the needs of our patients. Some of these choices are the traditional teeth whitening procedures that take a bit of time to show results, and some are more drastic, which can produce results from the first session of whitening.
We also offer technologically advanced treatments, which are safe and produce excellent results for patients with both sensitive and non-sensitive teeth without damaging your enamel.
What Are Dental Crowns?
Is your smile making you unhappy? Do you suffer from nagging oral discomfort that prevents you from living life to the fullest? Complete Dental Care of South Florida understands that missing teeth and tooth pain can ruin both your day and your smile. Procedures like tooth-colored fillings, dental bonding, and root canal therapy can protect the root, but the tooth can only withstand so many repairs, so a dental crown may be the right option for some.
Types of Crowns:
Unless you’ve had a crown placed before, you probably aren’t familiar with the different types of crowns available and may be thinking, “what is a crown?!” Crowns are teeth caps that can be made from several materials and are designed to protect damaged or weakened teeth. Your dentist may give you a list of options for making your dental crown, including:
- Porcelain & ceramic– Both of these options are visually appealing because they give patients the closest match to their natural teeth but may not be as durable as other crowns.
- Metal-alloy – A mixed-metal crown typically consisting of gold and another metal compound such as silver, platinum, copper, or tin.
- Porcelain-metal fusion– These provide a stronger bond than regular porcelain. They are frequently used by dentists because of their longevity, and because they combine the strength of a metal base with the aesthetic appeal of a porcelain surface.
- Resin– Composite resin crowns offer a more inexpensive option, at least initially. These crowns bear a striking resemblance to natural teeth but may wear down quicker than other crowns if not properly cared for.
- BruxZir– These types of crowns are created from the highest quality Japanese zirconia. Unlike other restoration processes, BruxZir has improved light transmission, providing a more natural shade and realistic appearance.