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About Dr. H. Robert Stender
Dr. H. Robert Stender has offered comprehensive family-oriented dentistry in Pasadena since 1970.
His extensive repertoire of treatments includes pedodontics (children’s dentistry), orthodontics (Invisalign), periodontics (gum disease), endodontics (root canal therapy), prosthedontics (fitting with prosthetic devices such as dentures), oral surgery, cosmetic dentistry and restorative/reconstructive dentistry, and pain management.
Dr. Stender earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Southern California in 1970. Since that time, he has completed thousands of hours of continuing education to keep current on developments in his field and is a self-described “continuing education junkie.” Following graduation, Dr. Stender began his dental career by opening up a private practice and has been a private practitioner ever since.
Tooth preservation and dental conservation lie at the heart of biomimetic dentistry.
Biomimetic dentistry, a type of tooth-conserving dentistry, treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from bacterial invasion. In dental practices around the world, Biomimetic Dentistry has practically eliminated cutting teeth down for crowns and destructive root canal treatment.
A laser is a device that uses light energy to perform work. Lasers in dentistry are unique because they can treat targeted tissue while leaving surrounding tissues unaffected. It is this property among others that allow our office to perform very precise procedures.
Lasers seal off blood vessels and nerve endings during procedures lessening bleeding, postoperative swelling and discomfort. In many cases, due to their gentle and precise nature, lasers are used with little or no anesthetic.
One of the most common jaw disorders is related to a problem with the temporomandibular joint.
This joint is actually the hinge that connects the jaw to the head. The relationship of the jaw to the head is dictated by three things: the jaw joint, the muscles that open and close the jaw and support the head, and the teeth themselves. All three have to work in harmony or TMJ dysfunction may exist.
Loud snoring may be a sign of a more serious condition – Obstructive Sleep Apnea or OSA. Some people have a defect in their throat tissues that prevents air from entering the windpipe which creates a need for sleep apnea treatment.
Completely blocked or restricted airways are caused by many things, such as an abnormally large uvula, blocked nasal passages, a poorly developed lower jaw, and in more serious cases, polyps, cysts, or a deviated septum.
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