Sharp Dentistry & Associates

Since 1906

All Specialties For All Your Dental Needs



Oral diseases pose a major health burden for many countries and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death. Even more, these diseases share common risk factors with other major chronic diseases. Here are some key facts about oral health by the World Health Organization: Oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people, estimates suggest. The most common health condition is untreated dental caries in permanent teeth. More than 530 million children
Dr. Bruno Sharp of Sharp Dentistry & Associates is changing the lives of his patients every day. As a prosthodontist and 4th generation dentist, Dr. Sharp specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth, anti-aging preventive dentistry and is commonly heralded as “a plastic surgeon of dentistry.” ‍Prosthodontists collaborate with general dentists, orthodontists, periodontists, plastic surgeons and other health professionals to develop solutions to a patient’s dental concerns. Therefore only prosthodontists are specifically trained to design
Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is a good way to support your immune system during the coronavirus outbreak. However, the unexpected can happen and you may face dental emergencies for a variety of reasons: loose tooth, severe toothache, gums aching, swollen jaw, dental abscess, inflammation around wisdom teeth, etc. On such occasions, there’s no doubt that nothing can replace face-to-face contact. But, during these challenging times, video calls or teleconferencing apps can at least improve
Dental Emergencies May Involve Any Dental Problem That Needs Immediate Treatment To Stop Bleeding, Alleviate Severe Pain, Or Save A Tooth Is Considered An Emergency. Severe tooth pain, swelling and bleeding are signs of an emergency. Mouth bleeding – this is a potential sign of an emergency. Broken teeth trauma caused by an accident. Inflammation around wisdom teeth. An injury to the jaw. Dental emergencies may involve any dental problem that needs immediate treatment to
While we are taking precautionary strict measures to protect our patients and staff from the spread of the virus and following close the WHO, CDC, ADA and health government organizations, we are also concerned about our patients and the population in general to keep healthy teeth and gums to help support their immune system during the Coronavirus. “We are screening patients daily and whether they stay home or come to their emergency dental appointment, we