added on: December 5, 2022

For adults who lose natural teeth, replacing them can be done several ways. Depending on how many are lost, and their location, the options may include: • Crown & Bridge • Dental Implants • Partial Dentures • Full Dentures (when missing all upper or lower teeth) Although we offer all… Read More…



added on: September 20, 2022

I remember a time when, by your senior year in high school, it was assumed that teens would have their wisdom teeth removed. Now as a dentist, we believe that evaluation of wisdom teeth removal should be made on a case by case basis. In our Shelby Township dental office,… Read More…


added on: August 22, 2022

The good thing about having online access is in how we can gain immediate access to any service, product, resource and in-depth topics. Most search engines (Google, Bing, Duck Duck Go, etc.) can scale down search terms so pages 1-3 show the most pertinent within the geographical and demographic parameters…. Read More…



added on: April 27, 2022

Seeing is believing. While that’s sometimes debatable, seeing something certainly enhances the ability to verify its existence. One of the advantages of our Cone Beam 3D imaging technology is to give patients the ability to SEE the “inside” areas of their anatomy. In our dental office, that relates to dental… Read More…


added on: March 21, 2022

A rose is a rose is a rose. In 1913 when Gertrude Stein wrote the verse in her poem “Sacred Emily,” she could not have predicted how those words would become a particular phrase. Most people use it to describe that anything that appears so, is. Of course, we know… Read More…



added on: October 11, 2021

As Halloween approaches, I always remember seeing “The Wizard of Oz” as a young girl. Like most children, the wicked witches’ green face and sharp features were terrifying. So, it was almost a relief when water thrown by Dorothy to put out her broom’s fire ended up being her demise…. Read More…


added on: September 28, 2021

Any injury that requires an “emergency” visit is traumatic. When it comes to having a tooth “knocked out,” it can be an emotionally complex experience. Dental “avulsion” is when a tooth has been knocked completely out, even if it is hanging by tooth root tissues. Typically, these injuries cause excessive… Read More…


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Dr. Ban R. Barbat

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