With over 30 years of experience in the field of Dentistry, Dr. Brian E. Jackson, DDS is an established dentist currently serving his patients as the owner of Brian Jackson Dental located in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. “Our professional team is dedicated to achieving excellence in dentistry through individual quality care. We are committed to our patients to provide this care in a clean, comfortable atmosphere to enhance your overall health,” as stated on the practice’s website. Some of the dental services offered at Brian Jackson Dental include cosmetic dentistry, preventative dentistry, oral surgery, periodontics, endodontics, prosthetics, restorative dentistry, implants, and emergency care. Furthermore, Dr. Jackson attributes his success to his love of practicing dentistry, his ability to provide quality patient care, his great staff, as well as his desire to make a difference. On a more personal note, when he is not working, Dr. Jackson enjoys spending his free time traveling, scuba diving, cooking, watching baseball (Cleveland Indians), as well as coaching baseball and ice hockey.
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Ohio State College of Dentistr DDS 1991
Miami University Bachelor of Arts Degree 0
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It is possible that you may get "mouth sores" with Invisalign, but not too likely. Usually sores in the mouth while doing Invisalign are caused by poor oral hygiene or biting on tissue as the teeth are moved. Have your dental provider check these areas to rule out the trays are causing the issue. READ MORE
Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gingival tissues. To get the tissues healthy you need to follow the instructions of your dental providers. Generally, good home care after scaling by your dental team you should notice significant improvement in 10 to 14 days. READ MORE
If, the crown is properly prepared and cement/bonded in place, yes gingival tissues grown around dental crowns. Sometimes this is not possible due to your periodontal status. Ask your dentist about your specific situation. READ MORE
Not knowing what is exactly planned it is difficult to give an answer. But, you can prepare by having excellent oral hygiene prior to the bridge placement. If, you are medically able to take Ibuprofen or Alleve prior to the procedure, it will help with post procedure discomfort. Stay relaxed. READ MORE
The infection is taking the path of least resistance. Continue your prescribed antibiotics until they are gone. If, the swelling crosses the inferior boarder of the mandible it can deviate your "windpipe", if you have ANY difficulty breathing you should report IMMEDIATELY to the emergency room. Your description makes me think you could have an issue with one of your lower teeth on that same side. Did the doctor check those teeth? READ MORE
Yes, jaw surgery can fix an anterior open bite. Sometimes orthodontics cannot close the open bite on its own and a Lefort and BSSO surgery are required to align the teeth along with braces. READ MORE
Braces don't cause cavities! Your failure to perform meticulous oral hygiene causes cavities. It is harder to clean your teeth and gums with braces in place. You should brush, floss, use a waterpik multiple times a day and rinse your mouth out frequently especially after snacks. Avoid soda pop and sports beverage because of their high sugar content. READ MORE
Partial dentures can last many years, it depends on the teeth supporting the partial, the type of material used to construct your partial, and the care at home of the partial. Ask your provider how long he/she thinks the partial will last under your specific circumstance. I have patients that have had their partials 10 +n years. Depends, what is opposing the partial ? Natural teeth, another partial, implants? READ MORE
It is possible to get a gingival infection caused by your dentures. Are your dentures ill fitting? Do you gently clean your gum tissues with a soft toothbrush? Do you brush your dentures at least 2 times per day? Soaking your dentures is not sufficient to gut down the bacterial load that is on the denture. See a dentist to address the issue. READ MORE
Generally speaking the answer to your question is usually a small space can be closed in 1-3 months. It depends on your bite. Your dental provider should be able to give you an honest estimated treatment time. READ MORE
If, you are referring to a tooth that has already had a root canal, an Xray may show if the tooth has become re-infected. If the tooth has not had root canal previously most of the time an Xray will show if the tooth is infected along with your symptoms. See your dental office to be sure. READ MORE
The teeth can be periodically sore during Invisalign treatment. The teeth are being moved through the bone to their desired location. Warm slat water rinses and Ibuprofen (if you can medically take it) generally help relieve the discomfort. READ MORE
No, if the canal space is infected it MUST be treated. You can have a root canal treatment or have the tooth extracted. READ MORE
The infection can only be treated one of two ways; 1) have a root canal treatment or 2) have the tooth extracted. READ MORE
Yes, local anesthesia is all that is usually required to have root canal treatment. READ MORE
Generally speaking; No. An implant is the closest thing you can get to a natural tooth. The average life expectancy of a 3-unit bridge is 10 years. The average life expectancy of an implant is many more years than that. An implant also does NOT involve the adjacent teeth. READ MORE
General speaking; No There is a reason your gum tissues are inflamed and swollen. You should seek a out a dental consult. You may have a gingival infection, or abscessed tooth. In the meantime BRUSH your teeth, take Ibuprofen if you can take that medication and rinse your mouth with warm salt water 3 to 5 times a day dor 7 days. READ MORE
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It depends, the extraction site has to heal generally 4-6 months before an implant can be considered. It also depends where in the mouth the tooth was extracted? Your provider should have done a socket preservation procedure at the time of the extraction to aid in healing and promote bone formation. If, the site was too badly infected it may not have been possible. READ MORE
You should avoid brushing your teeth with baking soda whether you have braces or not. If you want to use baking soda, Arm & Hammer makes toothpastes with baking soda in them. READ MORE
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- Cleveland Top Dentist 2018 2018 Cleveland Magazine
- Ohio Dental Association
- American Dental Association
- Greater Cleveland Dental Society
- International College of Oral Implantologist
- American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
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- American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association, Greater Cleveland Dental Society, International Congress of Oral Implantologists
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- Love to practice dentistry, patient care, making a difference, great staff
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Get to know Dentist Dr. Brian E. Jackson, who serves patients in Willoughby Hills, Ohio.
Dentist Dr. Jackson is the owner of Brian Jackson Dental in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. He and his entire professional team are dedicated to achieving excellence in dentistry through individual quality care. They are committed to their patients to provide this care in a clean, comfortable atmosphere designed to enhance overall health.
Some of the dental services offered at Brian Jackson Dental include cosmetic dentistry, preventative dentistry, oral surgery, periodontics, endodontics, prosthetics, restorative dentistry, implants, and emergency care.
In regards to his educational background, Dr. Jackson earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Zoology from Miami University in 1987, followed by his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from The Ohio State University College of Dentistry in 1991. The following year, he completed his general practice residency at the Medical College of Ohio.
With an unwavering commitment to the field of dentistry, he remains a member of several professional organizations, including the Ohio Dental Association, the American Dental Association, the Greater Cleveland Dental Society, and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He attributes his success to his love of practicing dentistry, his ability to provide quality patient care, his great staff, as well as his strive to make a difference.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.
Happily married, Dr. Jackson and his wife, Beckki, reside in Mayfield Village. They have a son, Austin.
On a more personal note, Dr. Jackson’s outside interests include traveling, scuba diving, cooking, watching baseball (Cleveland Indians), as well as coaching baseball and ice hockey.
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