At Port Orchard Dental Care Center, we offer a variety of high-quality procedures that allow us to accommodate a wide range of patient needs. We offer everything, from general dental services, such as dental cleanings and root canal therapy, to more cosmetic oriented procedures, such as Invisalign and teeth whitening. This is why we are considered the place for dental implants in Port Orchard, as well as the place to go for a Port Orchard root canal. 

Looking for the ultimate solutions to teeth loss or relief for dental anxiety? We offer more advanced procedures such as dental implants and sedation dentistry in our Port Orchard WA office as well. Click below to find out more about how else we can use our oral health expertise to service your unique needs!





Dental Cleanings
One of the most important portions of maintaining excellent oral health is keeping regular dental cleanings. These cleanings can help remove plaque or tartar that could form in between the teeth, in those “hard to reach areas,” even…
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Dental Exams and X-Rays
Alongside a dental cleaning every six months, you should also be receiving a dental exam at the same frequency. These exams are essential to maintaining healthy teeth and gums, and can help you save money, time and from discomfort associated…
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Composite Fillings
In order to treat a cavity, Dr. Karbassi must first remove the decayed portion of the tooth, and then fill it with another substance. This process as a whole is called “placing a filling.” While there are multiple material options for…
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Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy is utilized to save a tooth suffering from a crack in the tooth or deep cavity, resulting in infection. Treatment involves the removal of the pulp and nerves at the center of the tooth and cleaning of the infected area….
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Tooth Extractions
An extraction is a procedure in which the tooth is removed entirely from the mouth. Extractions are typically only performed if the tooth is damaged beyond repair, and all other forms of therapy have been exhausted. Reasons for extractions often…
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Porcelain Crowns
While composite fillings will cover just a portion of the tooth, porcelain crowns (also known as caps) are meant to encompass the entire visible portion of the tooth. By doing this, the crown acts as the new outer surface of the tooth. Crowns…
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What is Invisalign? Invisalign is a revolutionary way to straighten your teeth without traditional metal braces. Invisalign is often referred to as “invisible braces” or “clear braces,” and is essentially a system of…
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Teeth Whitening
As we age, our teeth can shift colors due to the enamel wearing down. This wear allows for dentin, a yellow substance at the core of our teeth, to shine through. This, as well as some dietary habits we may pick up along the way, can give our…
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Dental Bridges
Dental bridges are appliances used to help fill in the gap created by a missing tooth or teeth. Gaps in your smile can be hazardous to your oral health, as it can result in the teeth shifting or changes in your bite that can be painful. Bridges…
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Dental Veneers
Dental veneers are custom-made, thin shells that cover the front surface of your tooth. They are made of tooth-color materials and can be used to improve the appearance of the teeth if they are: Stained or discolored Crooked or…
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Dental Bonding
Dental bonding is the process in which tooth-colored resin adheres to a tooth and then cured with a specialized ultraviolet light. Bonding is typically faster and less expensive compared to veneers or crowns, and thus can be a great option for…
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Dental Inlays and Onlays
Dental inlays and onlays are considered a more conservative approach to cosmetic restoration than full crowns. They are used to repair teeth in the back of the mouth that have suffered mild or moderate damage from cracks or decay, yet do no…
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Dental Implants
Dental implants are quickly becoming the most popular method for replacing missing teeth. In this procedure, titanium support posts are surgically implanted and fused to your jawbone, and act as an anchor and root for naturally looking false…
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Sedation Dentistry
Sedation dentistry allows Dr. Karbassi to provide a variety of dental treatments safely and comfortably for patients who experience anxiety when visiting the dentist. There are several benefits of sedation dentistry, including: -Less…
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