Our Comprehensive Services

At Phoenix Comprehensive Dentistry, we are your trusted destination for a wide range of dental services. Whether you're seeking precision implants, dental implant expertise, all-on-four dentures, the artistry of cosmetic crowns and bridges, or the transformative power of clear braces, our dedicated team is here to cater to your every need. With a commitment to excellence and a focus on your oral health and aesthetics, we invite you to reach out to us today to experience top-notch dental care and achieve your desired smile.


LANAP, or Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure, is LANAP, or Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure, is a surgical procedure that uses a laser to regenerate the supporting structures around teeth. It's a less invasive treatment that's been used since 1994 to treat periodontitis. LANAP is different from traditional gum surgery, which involves cutting away diseased gum tissue with a scalpel. Instead, LANAP uses a laser to encourage healthy gum tissue to attach to the jawbone.


We Care About Your Smile.

At Phoenix comprehensive Dentistry, we care about our patients. Our doctors and team want to help every patient achieve a healthy, beautiful smile that transcends the boundaries of their expectations and gives them a renewed sense of self-confidence.

We offer our patients treatments for everything having to do with your teeth, mouth, gums, and jaw.

Regular Checkups

Don’t brush off regular checkups to the dentist! Regular dental checkups are essential to maintaining good oral health. We encourage regular checkups at least every six months. Seeing the dentist twice a year is recommended because your dentist can check for problems that you might not see or feel.

Find Early Signs of Decay

Treat oral health problems early, while they are still manageable. Regular checkups include a thorough cleaning, polishing, and an oral exam by the doctor. During the oral exam, the doctor checks the health of your mouth, teeth, gums, cheeks, and tongue. At each visit, the doctor also checks old fillings and restorations because constant pressure from chewing, grinding, or clenching can cause them to wear away, chip, or crack.

Your First Visit

Your first visit to the doctor typically includes an x-ray that allows the doctor to view the structure of the jaw, the position of any teeth that have not yet erupted, malformed roots, and tooth decay.

The initial visit also involves getting your medical history. When you share your medical history with the doctor, be sure to provide complete, up-to-date information on your health. Inform your dentist if you have experienced recent hospitalization or surgery, or if you have recently been ill. Also tell the doctor the names, doses, and frequency of any medications you are taking — whether prescription or over-the-counter products — and the name of your physician. Inform the doctor of any changes in your health or medications. It is also important to bring up any fears you may have about dental treatment.

The information collected in your first visit will help the doctor select the safest and most effective method of treatment for you.

Regular Appointments

Regular checkup appointments typically take 20 to 40 minutes. Patients are seen by appointment only. We make every effort to be on time for our patients, and ask that you extend the same courtesy to us. If you cannot keep an appointment, please notify us immediately.


We start with an update of your medical and dental history, listen to your concerns, then we take necessary x-rays, examine the color, shape and overall condition of the soft tissues on the cheeks, lips, tongue and the floor of the mouth. We screen the temporomandibular joint for existing conditions and perform a Joint Vibration Analysis using the biopak technology. We evaluate the integrity of the teeth and any existing restorations, address any concerns the patient may have and then formulate an optimal treatment plan.

Hygiene Services

General guidelines suggest brushing twice a day after breakfast and before going to bed, but ideally the mouth would be cleaned after every meal. Cleaning between the teeth is called interdental cleaning and is as important as tooth brushing.This is because a toothbrush cannot reach between the teeth and therefore only removes about 50% of plaque off the surface.There are many tools to clean between the teeth, including floss, flossettes, and interdental brushes; it is up to each individual to choose which tool he or she prefers to use.

Sometimes white or straight teeth are associated with oral hygiene, but a hygienic mouth may have stained teeth and/or crooked teeth. For appearance reasons, people may seek out whitening teeth and orthodontics.

Regular oral examinations, xrays and routine cleanings are just a few of the general care services offered at our practice. To help keep your teeth and gums healthy, we’re also happy to recommend and provide preventative hygiene services like treatments aimed at remedying gum disease, and even professional breath control treatments.

No smile stays beautiful without care and attention.

Smile Makeover

We are pleased and proud to offer our patients a variety of cosmetic and restorative procedures, which can enhance your smile through a unique combination of science and art.

Cosmetic dental procedures like teeth whitening can help you to look younger. Veneers and bonding can restore a youthful appearance by filling out fine lip lines and by concealing tooth discoloration and gaps. Tooth-colored fillings of composite or porcelain look like natural teeth enamel, and crowns, bridges, and dental implants can restore even a seriously damaged smile.

In order to make sure you receive the proper treatment required there are a couple of things we must first do. It is important to have a full examination done, which may be followed by x-rays, photos and impressions depending on the procedure required. Then we have a lab construct a wax-up of what the final stage will look like. If the patient approves and is fully satisfied with the wax-up we go ahead with the treatment.

Digital X-Rays

Less Radiation, more accurate diagnosis. Until recently, our only option when taking X-rays was to place a film packet in your mouth and, using a traditional X-ray machine, expose the film packet, then wait up to 10 minutes for it to develop. With digital radiography, the process is computerized.

How does it work?

We place a sensor next to your tooth, and within seconds your X-ray is displayed in sharp, vivid detail on a computer screen. Because of this short exposure time, the amount of X-ray radiation is reduced by as much as 90 percent.

An efficient, computerized process; Once the X-ray image is on our computer screen, we can enhance it to make more precise diagnosis. We can save images on computer for instant retrieval, and once they are digitized, we can easily send them to insurance companies or specialists as needed.

High Tech Dentistry

State-Of-The-Art Precision Diagnosis

Oroscoptic Loops

When the doctor and hygienists work on your teeth, they will most likely be wearing a funny-looking pair of glasses. These are actually surgical telescopes that allow them to see and evaluate intricate details as they work. These special “glasses” help us to make tiny but important adjustments to the procedure that would go unnoticed with the naked eye. They are an invaluable tool in providing the most precise, beautiful dentistry possible.

Intra-Oral Camera

The old saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” is so true. In the past, a dentist would check your teeth and then explain their findings in terms that were difficult for some patients to understand. With the aid of this new and exciting camera, the doctor and staff can show you exactly what they are seeing. Even better, the image is magnified 35 times its normal size and displayed on a flat screen monitor. This dramatically improves our ability to diagnose small cavities, dental fractures and leaking fillings which allows for earlier treatment and the prevention of more serious problems. The intra-oral camera is also great for before & after photos as well as supporting documentation for insurance claims. You have to see it to believe it.

Sleep Dentistry

We offer General Anesthesia options and add that we refer to an accredited Facility should patient’s require Oral sedation.


Dental decay is the most prevalent disease among children. Sealants are highly effective in preventing and reducing tooth decay, beyond what has been done by fluoride and other preventative measures.

Sealants are simply a thin plastic coating applied to the chewing surface of back teeth, covering pits and grooves where bacteria and food lodge and cause tooth decay. Sealants can be white, clear or tinted and can’t be seen when you talk or smile.

Applying dental sealants is an easy and simple process. First the teeth are thoroughly cleaned. Next a mild solution is applied to help bond the sealant properly. Then the sealant is placed on the tooth to seal the grooves and only takes about 60 seconds to harden and set with our curing light. That is it, no discomfort and it is done very quickly.

Soft Tissue Laser

LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers have become part of our daily lives; they’re in our computers, and we see them in the grocery store when we buy our food. Now, with new advancements in technology, lasers have become an important part of dentistry as well.

The laser is used for soft tissue procedures, such as:

The benefits of the laser include:

  • cosmetic gum recontouring
  • lesion removal
  • treatment of gum disease
  • removal of excess gum tissue
  • gum surgery
  • faster healing
  • less bleeding
  • reduced swelling

Special Services:

composite filling is a toothcolored plastic and glass mixture used to restore decayed teethComposites are also used for cosmetic improvements of the smile by changing the color of the teeth or reshaping disfigured teeth.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

A dental extraction (also referred to as tooth extraction, exodontia, exodontics, or informally, tooth pulling) is the removal of teeth from the dental alveolus (socket) in the alveolar bone. Extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons, but most commonly to remove teeth which have become unrestorable through tooth decay, periodontal disease or dental trauma, especially when they are associated with toothache. 

Most bleaching products are peroxide-based and are actually capable of altering the colour of the tooth itself. However, not all tooth discolorations respond to tooth-bleaching treatments. Individuals contemplating tooth-bleaching should consult with a dentist to determine the cause of the discoloration and whether a bleaching treatment will have the desired result. This step is especially important for patients with fillings, root canal treatments, crowns and/or extremely dark stains on the anterior teeth. Here at Phoenix Comprehensive , we offer a range of options to achieve a whiter smile, such as a one-hour in-office treatment, custom-fitted trays that you take home .Consult with our knowledgeable staff to determine which of these options is best suited to your needs.

Clear Aligners

Looking for a more covert and comfortable alternative to the conventional metal braces? You might find a solution in Invisalign. Clear, removable aligners are used in the well-known orthodontic procedure Invisalign to straighten your teeth. These aligners are almost completely undetectable, making them a fantastic alternative for those who want to avoid the “metal mouth” look associated with conventional braces.

Using a set of personalized aligners, Invisalign gradually moves your teeth into the desired positions. Ordinarily, each set of aligners is worn for about two weeks before being changed out for the following set in the series. Your teeth will gradually straighten as a result of this process, which also helps to address problems like crowding, gaps, and misalignment.

The ease with which the aligners can be removed for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing is one of the main benefits of Invisalign. As a result, you are free to continue eating the foods you love and practice your regular oral hygiene routine. For best results, it’s crucial to wear the aligners for the recommended 20 to 22 hours per day.

Clear aligners are generally more comfortable than conventional braces in addition to being discrete. They are made of supple, BPA-free plastic, which lessens the possibility of mouth irritation or discomfort. Invisalign aligners don’t have brackets or wires, which can irritate the mouth or cause soreness, like braces do. It’s best to speak with Dr. Diana Deidan to find out if you’re a good candidate for Clear Aligners. She will evaluate your oral health and talk with you about your treatment objectives.

Keep in mind that the length of your treatment will depend on how complicated your case is and how you are progressing specifically. It typically lasts between a few months and a few years. You’ll visit us for checkups at regular intervals throughout the course of treatment to make sure your teeth are moving as intended.

A crown, sometimes known as dental cap, is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Crowns are often needed when a large cavity threatens the ongoing health of a tooth. They are typically bonded to the tooth using a dental cement. Crowns can be made out of porcelain/ceramic, gold alloy, or a combination of both.

Also known as full mouth restorationfull mouth reconstruction can include any combination of the following: Restorative dental treatments: dental crowns, bridges, fillings, inlays, and onlays. Implant dentistry: dental implants to replace missing teeth, replicating them from root to crown

A treatment sequence for the infected pulp of a tooth which results in the elimination of infection and the protection of the decontaminated tooth from future microbial invasion. Root canals, and their associated pulp chamber, are the physical hollows within a tooth that are naturally inhabited by nerve tissue, blood vessels and other cellular entities. Together, these items constitute the dental pulp. Endodontic therapy involves the removal of these structures, the subsequent shaping, cleaning, and decontamination of the hollows with small files and irrigating solutions, and the obturation (filling) of the decontaminated canals. Filling of the cleaned and decontaminated canals is done with an inert filling such as gutta-percha and typically a eugenol-based cement. Epoxy resin is employed to bind gutta-percha in some root canal procedures. Endodontics includes both primary and secondary endodontic treatments as well as periradicular surgery which is generally used for teeth that still have potential for salvage.

Dental Implants

Dental implants replace missing teeth effectively and modernly. Biocompatible titanium tooth roots are surgically implanted into the jawbone. Implants integrate with bone to support crowns or dentures.

Dental implants have many benefits. They fix tooth loss permanently. Dental implants last a lifetime with proper care, unlike dentures or bridges. They can also withstand biting and chewing like natural teeth.

Dental implants prevent jawbone loss. After tooth loss, bone deteriorates. Implants stimulate jawbone growth, preventing bone loss. This prevents facial sagging caused by missing teeth.

Dental implants improve speech and appearance. They look and feel like natural teeth, improving your smile and confidence. Implants never slip or click when speaking, unlike removable dentures.

Dental implants also restore tooth function. They let you eat your favorite foods without worry. Implants are easy to maintain and don’t need adhesives.

Dr. Monterosso provides the best care to our patients with years of experience and implant dentistry training.

A veneer is a layer of material placed over a tooth, veneers improve the aesthetics of a smile and/or protect the tooth’s surface from damage. There are two main types of material used to fabricate a veneer: composite and dental porcelain.

Consultation Process

Phoenix comprehensive Dentistry starts dental implants with a comprehensive consultation. Dr. Monterosso will assess your oral health, discuss your treatment goals, and determine if dental implants are right for you during this initial visit.

The consultation will examine your teeth, gums, and jawbone. Dr. Monterosso may use dental X-rays or other imaging to evaluate your jawbone and plan implant placement. This information will help determine the number of implants and best treatment for your case.

Implant Surgery and Preparation

Dr. Monterosso may recommend pre-implant steps to maximize implant success and longevity.

This may include treating gum disease, tooth decay, or jawbone issues with bone grafting.

A bridge is a fixed dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth by joining an artificial tooth definitively to adjacent teeth or dental implants. A bridge will span the area where teeth are missing. They are attached to the natural teeth or implants that surround this space.