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Dr. Kevin B. Cebrynski, Prosthodontists in Scottsdale, Arizona

http://www.cebrynski.com/

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Phone: 480-661-6541

9097 E. Desert Cove Ave
Suite 240
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Dr. Kevin B. Cebrynski is a University residency trained prosthodontist. He completed his training at the University of Tennessee and the Medical College of Georgia. Prosthodontists are one of the eight recognized specialties by the American Dental Association whose focus is on the restoration and replacement of teeth.

Prosthodontics includes two areas: Fixed Prosthodontics and Removable Prosthodontics. Fixed prosthodontics encompasses crowns and bridgework on natural teeth and implants. Removable prosthodontics is the fabrication of partial dentures and dentures with or without dental implants.

IMPROVING THOUSANDS OF SMILES, ONE AT A TIME

Dr. Cebrynski has been practicing both fixed and removable prosthodontics in Scottsdale for more than 19 years and has performed thousands of procedures to improve smiles. He continues his education and training on an ongoing basis. Not only has he worked with some of the world’s most renowned specialists, he also shares his expertise and experience by conducting lectures that teach others.

MEMBERSHIPS

  • American College of Prosthodontists
  • American Dental Association
  • Arizona Dental Association
  • Academy of Osseointegration International
  • Academy of Sports Dentistry

 

WHAT IS A PROSTHODONTIST?

People ask this all the time. The simple answer is:

Prosthodontists are one of the eight recognized specialties by the American Dental Association. They are residency trained specialists in the restoration and replacement of teeth. This includes both fixed and removable prosthodontics.

Fixed prosthodontics encompasses crowns and bridgework on natural teeth and implants.

Removable prosthodontics is the fabrication of partial dentures and dentures with or without dental implants.

Monday
Sep222014

CPAP Device and Oral Appliance Offer Options to Treat Sleep Apnea, With Dr. Kevin Cebrynski, Dentist, Scottsdale, Arizona

There are many symptoms associated with sleep apnea, the biggest of which is snoring and the cessation of breathing multiple times throughout the night.  The dangers of sleep apnea can range anywhere from general lethargy during the day to severe cardiac disease, brain vascular problems and other deficits throughout the body making it a very system problem, says Dr. Kevin Cebrynski, a dentist in Scottsdale, Arizona with Cebrynski Rehabilitative Dentistry.  "It is something that needs to be diagnosed and treated for the patient's long-term health," he says.  

Dr. Kevin CebrynskiThere are treatment options available for patients with sleep apnea, such as a CPAP device, or continuous positive airway pressure machine.  By wearing the scuba-like mask, positive air is forced through the airway so proper breathing can take place at night and oxygenated blood is not lost.  A less-intrusive treatment option is an oral appliance, which is worn on the upper and lower teeth and protrudes the lower jaw so the airway is opened and proper airway circulation occurs.  

Dr. Kevin Cebrynski is a dentist with Cebrynski Rehabilitative Dentistry in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Dr. Cebrynski is a leading sleep expert with Sleep Better TV, which provides online sleep breathing disorder video content.  Sleep Better TV is a featured network ofSequence Media Group.

Monday
Sep222014

Sleep Apnea Treatments, Dr. Kevin Cebrynski, Dentist, Scottsdale, Arizona

Snoring is never a normal sleep habit, especially for children and is often a sign of worse things to come, says Dr. Kevin Cebrynski, a dentist with Cebrynski Rehabilitative Dentistry in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Typically, it's the spouse or children who make the person aware of their snoring and they will be the ones to push the person to seek help.

Dr. Kevin CebrynskiThe two main forms of treatment for sleep apnea, a CPAP and oral device, differe greatly.  A CPAP is a machine that has a mask that's worn over the nose and mouth to force air through the airway, says Dr. Cebrynski.  An oral appliance protrudes the lower jaw to keep the airway open throughout the night.  While the oral device is a lot less obstrusive, for the more extreme cases of sleep apnea, the CPAP is the gold standard to use at this point.  The oral device is reserved more the for mild to moderate cases of sleep apnea.  For those patients with moderate to severe sleep apnea and decide that the CPAP is not for them, an oral appliance is going to help to some extent and that will be a better situation than not using anything at all.  

Dr. Kevin Cebrynski is a dentist with Cebrynski Rehabilitative Dentistry in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Dr. Cebrynski is a leading sleep expert with Sleep Better TV, which provides online sleep breathing disorder video content.  Sleep Better TV is a featured network of Sequence Media Group.

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