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Special Services

All Special Services are performed at Pax Dental Lexington Park office. Our doctors have the right expertise and training to treat these special service. At Pax Dental, we believe in fixing the problem and not just patching the symptom. Our state-of-the-art technology helps us diagnose and treat these underlying conditions. That's why Pax is here to help you!



Our CEREC technology provides you with a crown or bridge the same day you come in for your appointment. When a tooth receives extensive damage, a crown will restore and protect your tooth’s health. With our advanced technology and experienced team, Pax Dental can provide you with a natural-looking crown that fits comfortably and precisely into your smile. A dental bridge is one of many options to replace teeth. The doctors at Pax make beautiful and functional bridges, which look completely natural. We put detail into every restoration so you feel confident in your smile. A bridge also will bring back the integrity of your bite, so you can eat with comfort.


Snoring and sleep apnea are the most common sleep disorders, but due to its wide range of symptoms, it is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This disorder causes patients to experience breathing cessation for ten or more seconds at a time during sleep. While many patients experience apnea and hypopnea (shallow breathing or cessation of breath for less than ten seconds), those diagnosed with sleep apnea can experience 100s of these apnea events each night.


Sleep disorders are associated with heart failure, diabetes, and many other chronic conditions. Because of this, a primary care physician, dentist, or other medical provider may recommend a sleep study if you show signs of these illnesses. 


Did you know that your tongue's resting position can impact everything from chewing and swallowing to the way you look and speak? Fortunately, you can correct an abnormal tongue position with myofunctional therapy. This specialized training can improve your oral health and enhance your smile. Keep reading to learn more about orofacial myofunctional disorders and their treatment. 

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