Our first priority is your dental health, and patients throughout the Irondequoit and Rochester areas have come to trust Dr. Rossow and his experienced staff for expert care. In addition to our commitment to your care, Dr. Rossow works hard to provide advice and information you can use to enjoy a lifetime of beautiful, healthy teeth.
To learn more about dental health from Dr. Rossow, please visit our Helpful Hints page. It's loaded with advice and information that you can use to enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile for years to come.
CEREC technology is cutting-edge and provides you with some of the longest lasting dental restorations on the market today.
CEREC is a revolutionary CAD/CAM technology that allows for completion of crowns, onlays, inlays, veneers and even bridges in one simple visit! Typically, laboratory-processed crowns are delivered over two separate visits, two weeks apart, and involve impressions and temporaries. The CEREC software allows us to customize the shape of the restoration to fit exactly to your specific dental needs, and eliminates the undesirable impressions and temporaries that traditional techniques require.
CEREC restorations are milled from a solid block of porcelain, which contains properties nearly identical to your tooth’s enamel, creating a strong, beautiful restoration that is immediately bonded, acting to reinforce your teeth. With a CEREC bonded restoration, teeth are restored to unprecedented strengths.
Allow our team of dental professionals to restore your teeth back to their natural form, function and cosmetic beauty. Call us today to learn more about CEREC restorations, and if they are the right option for you and your dental needs.
Digital x-rays are a technologically advanced form of x-ray imaging which result in a significantly lower exposure to radiation while allowing the office to quickly transfer and enhance the digital images. Time required for traditional film processing is eliminated, resulting in an immediate image display on the computer screen. At Culver Ridge Dental we are proud to offer this service to our patients in our efforts to continually improve our patients' experience.
Our practice is one of the Rochester area’s top choices for teeth straightening, whitening and restoration. We proudly offer innovative, top-of-the-line products, including Six-Month Smile, Invisalign, a variety of whitening and bleaching products, and Cerec technology. We are constantly evolving our practice with the latest innovations in dentistry. To learn more about how we can help improve your smile, Contact Us today!
Invisalign takes a modern approach to teeth straightening by using a customized series of aligners molded with clear, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic specifically designed to fit your teeth. No braces needed! By wearing Dr. Rossow's custom made aligners, your teeth gradually and gently shift into place. Based on the custom plan we build for you, your aligners will rotate out every two weeks until your teeth have aligned into a picture-perfect smile. Total visits to our Irondequoit office average about every four weeks over the course of 9-15 months, but will vary from case to case.
We are trained experts and a proud, certified provider of Invisalign teeth straightening in Irondequoit and Rochester. Dr. Rossow actually utilized Invisalign to straighten out his own teeth, so he can tell you about the process from the perspective of both a doctor and a patient.
Invisalign makes it easier than ever before to achieve your desired straight smile with confidence, no matter your age. It's a great alternative to clear braces.
We understand our patients prefer an easier, less noticeable and faster process to teeth straightening versus the traditional metal braces. That’s why Dr. Rossow's Rochester dentist office is a proud provider of Six Month Smiles.
Six Month Smiles is the ideal solution for adults who are looking for a less noticeable, quick process for teeth straightening. Six Month Smiles provides a barely visible option to straighten your teeth, and for certain dental issues it is often the best alternative to traditional orthodontic services. And with Dr. Rossow, you can be assured of a positive experience with the Six Month Smiles system.
What is Six Month Smiles and how does it work? Six Month Smiles uses clear brackets and tooth-colored wires to gently straighten out your teeth. Best of all, Dr. Rossow can straighten your smile in only six short months! Six Month Smiles technique is quick and proven to be safe, and is a more cosmetic approach than your standard braces. It's a great option for Rochester residents seeking fast and effective teeth straightening.
At the Culver Ridge dental office of Dr. Marc Rossow, all patients are provided with a thorough dental and oral health screening at every scheduled cleaning appointment. You can trust that our team takes proper precautions to care for each and every patient’s specific needs. Our goal is to keep you healthy and happy, which is why Dr. Rossow is the Rochester dentist patients throughout the area have come to depend on for great dental care.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from our staff.
Our team of dental professionals has always held the belief that preventive dentistry is the key to optimal oral and systemic health. And in the Culver Ridge area, there's no dentist more trusted than Dr. Marc Rossow.
We understand that caring for your dental needs at home is crucial to preventing dental problems in the future. That is why our entire dental staff works hard to keep our patients educated on the best tips for home care, and recommendations on the best affordable products for proven desired results.
If you need in a dentist in Rochester or Irondequoit who goes the extra mile for his patients, then you should contact Dr. Rossow today. You can give us a call at 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from Dr. Rossow.
When a tooth is damaged (for example, from fracture, old large fillings, trauma, or decay) the placement of a crown is often recommended. The purpose of a crown is to strengthen and protect the remaining tooth structure. This will also improve the cosmetic appearance of your smile. Crowns are generally used to strengthen a weakened tooth, and are most often fabricated using CEREC technology.
Traditionally, fitting a crown requires at least two office visits to the dentist and involves both impressions and temporary crowns. Because our office is a provider of the CEREC technology, we can have your crown in place in just one visit!
Veneers are thin porcelain shells that are bonded to the front of a tooth to improve its cosmetic appearance.
Veneers are meant to correct a variety of aesthetic concerns including chipped, crowded, spaced or stained teeth. Veneers can be made with CEREC technology, or can be fabricated in a laboratory, depending on the individual situation.
We favor bonded, tooth-colored fillings. They look and feel natural, and they have the added benefit of bonding to the tooth to strengthen and reinforce it.
Over time, old fillings will begin to breakdown. Eventually they will need to be replaced as the breakdown progresses. We can evaluate and identify any teeth that may require restoration, and you can trust that you will be fully informed of what procedures and treatments are recommended and why. That's why Dr. Marc Rossow is the Rochester dentist patients truly trust.
Our team always strives to educate our patients on all dental needs to keep them confident, happy, healthy, informed, and well-educated. Call us today at 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from Dr. Rossow.
Root canal problems, when unattended to, can cause serious problems and discomfort. It is important to seek treatment from a trained dental professional. Let us treat your root canal in our Culver Ridge office, and help you see why Dr. Marc Rossow is one of most liked and respected dentists in the Rochester area.
Many years ago, diseased or injured teeth were simply pulled and removed. In today’s world, even if the pulp (soft tissue inside of the tooth that contains blood vessels and nerves) inside of your teeth is injured or becomes infected, it is possible the tooth can be saved through proper root canal treatment.
When a diseased pulp is unable to repair itself, it dies. Most common causes of this occurrence are cracked teeth, deep cavities, issues with fillings, or serious trauma to your tooth. When the pulp dies, bacteria enter. If the pulp does not get removed, the tissue around the tooth’s root can become inflamed and painful, and often times can result in required removal of the tooth, causing other problems including loss of function, alteration of chewing patterns, and shifting of neighboring teeth.
Root canal treatment can prevent these problems and save your natural tooth, and is usually completed in one visit to our Irondequoit dentist office. To learn more about how our root canal expertise can save your damaged tooth, contact us today. You can call 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from Dr. Rossow.
As a resident at Strong Memorial Hospital and Rochester General Hospital, Dr. Rossow gained extensive experience practicing surgical aspects of dentistry regularly. Today, in his own practice, extractions and minor surgical procedures are performed successfully on a routine basis.
The most common oral surgeries include wisdom teeth removal (as well as other dental extractions), dental implants, soft tissue surgeries and trauma surgery. And to make sure your recovery is speedy and complete, we have a full set of guidelines for you to follow after surgery: Care Following Extractions.
Have questions about a specific type of oral surgery? Our team of dental professionals has the experience to advise you appropriately. Contact us today to learn more about surgical procedures, pre and post-surgical care, and more. You can give us a call at 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from our staff.
Dental implants are artificial roots that are surgically integrated into the jawbone. Implants often provide foundation and support for various types of dental prosthesis, including bridges, crowns, or hybrid-style dentures. Implants provide a permanent fix for a missing tooth that will not deteriorate or decay.
If you think you are an eligible candidate for a dental implant, contact us today. A thorough, professional dental examination is required to determine which patients would be successful candidates for dental implants.
By using either local anesthetic or conscious sedation, the implant is placed into the jawbone where it remains covered by gum tissue for three to six months. In phase 2, the implant is exposed, and a healing cap is placed over the implant, allowing the gum tissue to grow and heal around the cap. Finally, the crown is placed on the implant root to complete the process.
Dental implants have one of the highest success rates in dentistry, with successful outcomes routinely exceeding 97%!
Contact us today to see if dental implants are the right choice for you and your dental needs. You can give us a call at 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from our staff.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that up to 75% of all adult individuals have some form of periodontal disease. Unfortunately, analogous to high blood pressure, there are usually no painful symptoms that accompany periodontal disease and unless you are screened for it, it will go unnoticed. If unidentified and untreated, periodontal disease can cause serious damage. Left unchecked, this disease will cause loss of support of all of your teeth.
As part of every patient’s routine care, we screen for the disease and educate you on treatment alternatives. If you think you have gum disease, or notice bleeding in your gums, don’t hesitate to call us for a thorough periodontal evaluation. Our team takes proper precautions to be proactive in preventing periodontal disease. Call us today at 585-266-2300, or submit a question on our Contact Us page, where you will receive a prompt response directly from Dr. Rossow.
Dr. Marc Rossow, DDS
2971 Culver Road
Rochester, NY 14622