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Information About General Dentistry Services

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Assess your overall oral health with an annual dental exam. General dentists look for signs of tooth decay, oral cancer, and other harmful issues.

Practitioners can easily diagnose dental issues with digital x-rays. These allow dentists to get a more complete view of your teeth, gums, and jaw.

It's recommended to get a dental cleaning twice each year. Practitioners eliminate tartar and plaque and then polish enamel for a brighter smile.

Once placed on molars and pre-molars, sealants block bacteria, plaque, tartar, and food particles. This protects teeth from issues such as cavities.

Fluoride is a mineral that is proven to strengthen bones and teeth. Fluoride treatments are perfect for patients who are susceptible to tooth decay.

If you have a tooth that is decayed or damaged and cannot be repaired, you may need a tooth extraction to conserve the health of your remaining teeth.

To guard your mouth against the effects of teeth grinding at night (bruxism), a general dentist creates night guards custom fit for your teeth.

Patients who have broken or chipped teeth, or teeth that have been knocked out due to an injury, should get emergency dental care as soon as possible.

Instead of using metal materials, tooth-colored fillings are made with composite resin to fill cavities, protect the tooth, and match your smile.

A custom dental crown is a cap that fits comfortably over a damaged or worn tooth to protect your smile and keep it looking healthy and attractive.

Dental bridges improve your oral health and fix gaps in your teeth by using a false tooth that is supported by implants, your natural teeth, or both.

If you want to replace several or more missing teeth, full or partial dentures allow you to eat and speak confidently while restoring your smile.

Hide crooked, stained, or chipped teeth with porcelain veneers. Veneers are secured to the front of the teeth to enhance the look of your smile.

Professional teeth whitening kits are a secure and efficient way to conveniently whiten your teeth and eliminate stains in the comfort of your home.

Remove surface stains on your teeth caused by food, drinks, tobacco products, aging, or certain medications with a ZOOM! teeth whitening procedure.

Bonding and contouring uses composite resin to fix imperfections in the teeth, hide discoloration, lengthen a tooth, and even improve a tooth's shape.

If you have a painful or uncomfortable bite, a bite analysis of the teeth and jaw can help identify if you have an overbite, underbite, or crossbite.

Traditional metal braces are created with top-grade stainless steel archwires and mounts to give young patients a straighter, more beautiful smile.

Get straighter teeth without the hassle of traditional metal orthodontics. Invisalign® offers clear aligners that make cleaning and eating easier.

Removable or fixed retainers help hold teeth in place after an orthodontic treatment has been completed, helping to protect the investment you made.

Periodontal disease is a condition that affects the gums. Symptoms include swollen or red gums, bleeding or receding gums, or a receding gumline.

To combat periodontal gum disease, we make use of teeth cleaning, plaque removal, and digital x-rays. We also help prevent and treat any infections.

Dental implants are surgically placed posts in your jawbone that act as a root of the tooth. They can be connected to a bridge, crown, or denture.

If you've developed signs of gum (periodontal) disease, scaling and root planing helps remove built-up tartar and plaque from the below the gumline.

In this procedure, the gum tissue is cut away to show more enamel. Crown lengthening is great for correcting a "gummy" smile for aesthetic reasons.

If periodontal (gum) disease has caused gum recession, you may need gum grafting, which restores your smile and improves your overall oral health.

If your teeth are hidden by extra gum tissue, then gum contouring improves your smile and reduces your chances of getting periodontal (gum) disease.

Also called "laughing gas," nitrous oxide is a sedation technique that helps you relax during a long procedure while remaining awake and comfortable.

When tooth decay spreads into the inner portion of the tooth, a root canal removes the pulp, sanitizes the cavity, then fills and seals the tooth.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.