Daniel M. Casel, DMD
Daniel M. Casel, DMD, earned his dental degree from the Temple University School of Dentistry, after earning his bachelor’s degree from Drew University. He has engaged in extensive postgraduate education to become skilled in all aspects of general and restorative dentistry. Dr. Casel keeps up with the latest technology in order to perform procedures such as porcelain inlays and onlays, full zirconia crowns, implant restorations, and porcelain veneers. He places a strong emphasis on the importance of periodontal care to maintain the teeth as well as the overall health of every patient.
Dr. Daniel Casel and his associates focus on cosmetic and restorative dentistry. They are warm and caring and concerned with how their patients feel about their oral health issues, as well as to provide for their patients the very best and most up to date dental care available. The doctors of Premier Dentistry of the Palm Beaches are experts and experienced in all facets of dental health care. They are pleased to provide a full range of services, concentrating in all of the following areas of dental health; general dentistry, family and children’s dentistry, cosmetic dental procedures, smile makeovers, dental implants, all on four-teeth in a day, teeth whitening, dental veneers, over-dentures, dentures, cosmetic dentures, restorative treatment, adult dental care, endodontics, gum disease treatment, orthodontics (Invisalign) and Botox treatment, TMJ treatment, bite alignment, teeth cleaning, dental checkups and oral hygiene care.
Teeth in a day
With today’s dental technology, it is possible to replace missing teeth in a day with new state of the art “all on 4 implants”. These are not dentures and actually work, look and feel like your real teeth.
Choosing to straighten your teeth is a big decision that affects not only your appearance, but your lifestyle as well. As an adult, you may be looking to improve your smile for business and social reasons, or even for a special occasion like your wedding day.
The Primary Cause of Lost Teeth Gum disease is the main cause of missing teeth. It can be completely unnoticed right up to the point of …