General Dentistry includes a wide array of important procedures and services with the main goal of ensuring the best possible dental health as well as preserving the look of your natural teeth. With proper dental care, there is no reason why you cannot have a beautiful, healthy smile throughout your life.
Your smile is one of the first things people notice, and if you are not happy with the look of your teeth, there are plenty of ways to improve your smile. We offer a wide variety of cosmetic procedures but our first goal, of course, is to ensure that your teeth and gums are as healthy as possible.
An initial dental examination is the first step. During this visit, we will take a careful, thorough look at your teeth and gums, checking for any dental health issues and dental disease. We provide all of the following procedures:
General Dentistry Procedures
Oral Exams & Cleanings:
These procedures ensure that your teeth and gums are healthy and help to spot any signs of developing dental disease
Oral Cancer Screenings:
A thorough exam can help detect this disease, which is curable if detected early
These sealants coat the teeth to help prevent development of cavities.
This common procedure can restore decaying teeth, and we offer several different types of fillings, including tooth-colored fillings for a healthy and natural look
Inlays & Onlays:
Also called indirect fillings, these can be used instead of traditional fillings when there are larger cavities
Root Canal Treatment:
This procedure can save a diseased tooth and prevent a tooth extraction
This procedure is needed when an unhealthy tooth cannot be saved by other dental procedures
Preventing Tooth Decay:
Our goal is to help you keep your natural teeth for as long as possible
Often known as “TMJ”, we can provide treatment to lessen pain in your jaw which can make biting and chewing difficult
How Often Should You Visit The Dentist?
Often people tend to call us only when there is a dental problem, such as a painful tooth. However, we provide many preventative services that not only avert pain they can greatly decrease your dental expenses. They say “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and that certainly is true when it comes to your teeth.
Scheduling regular visits to the dentist can help detect issues such as tooth decay, gum disease and even oral cancer at the earliest stages when they are the easiest to cure. Early treatment also costs far less than more invasive procedures that you certainly will need without proper preventative dental care.
Your dental visit will include a thorough exam as well as a professional dental cleaning. Not only does cleaning remove stubborn deposits and ensure good gum health, it also greatly improves the look of your teeth!