Do you want an honest opinion and trusted advice when it comes to your dental health? Our mission is to provide our patients of all ages with quality care, patient-centered service, and the tools to maintain excellent oral health. Patient education at Lowell Family Dentistry means:
Your potential treatments are clearly explained in detail.
You are well-informed and ready to make decisions about your care with confidence.
You are given ample time to ask questions and discuss your concerns.
As the premier dental practice in the area, Dr. Kouri prides himself on maintaining high-quality standards while investing in further education and training to offer top-notch patient care.
This includes completing course series from Dawson and Spear and spending 10 years working on complex dental cases alongside prominent clinicians in the field of dentistry and teaching dental residents in training at one of the best hospitals in the Midwest, Evanston Northwestern Hospital.
Dr. Kouri is a Fellow in the American Academy of General Dentistry and is currently obtaining his Mastership level which requires 1100 hours of hands-on and lecture training. He aims to be the best in his field.
Established Dental Care Safeguards
Your health and safety is a top priority at Lowell Family Dentistry. We go above and beyond in the following areas:
Weekly CDC approved testing of sterilization equipment
Staff education on OSHA
Regular inspections of X-ray machines for the latest federal and state requirements
The preparation of your mouth before the placement of a prosthesis is referred to as pre-prosthetic surgery. Some patients require minor oral surgical procedures before receiving a partial or complete denture in order to ensure the maximum level of comfort.
Surgical Instructions After Dental Implant Surgery
After the dental implant surgery, do not disturb the wound. Avoid rinsing, spitting, or touching the wound on the day of surgery. There will be a metal healing abutment protruding through the gingival (gum) tissue. Some bleeding or redness in the saliva is normal for 24 hours.
Periodontal diseases are infections of the gums, which gradually destroy the support of your natural teeth. There are numerous disease entities requiring different treatment approaches. Dental plaque is the primary cause of gum disease in genetically susceptible individuals. Daily brushing and flossing will prevent most periodontal conditions.
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