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Family Dentistry

Family Dentistry Services

Family dentistry provides regular cleanings, fluoride treatments, and other such basic dental work that may be necessary to maintain your family’s oral health. Patients should schedule regular check-ups to hinder the development of more serious dental problems such as cavities, root canals, and gum disease. With regular check-ups, your family dentist can take the X-rays necessary to check for developing cavities so that they may be treated as quickly as possible. Below we have listed some of the services provided in family dentistry. Services offered include, but are not limited to:

  • Dental Fillings
  • Tooth Color Restorations
  • Dental Crown and Dental Bridge
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Veneers
  • Dental Implants
  • Extractions / Wisdom Teeth
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Full/Partial Dentures
  • Orthodontic Care / Invisalign

By scheduling regular appointments for preventative dental care, you may never need treatment for additional dental procedures. Keep your smile healthy with regular cleanings and maintain your smile’s radiance with tooth whitening and we guarantee your smile will light up any room. Your family dentist will provide you and your family with tips for brushing, flossing and rinsing to help prevent the development of tooth decay and plaque between your visits. Family dentistry can take the stress out of appointments and help you and your family stay on track with a healthy oral hygiene schedule.

Both the American and Canadian Dental Association (ADA/CDA) recommend patients visit their family dentist at least twice a year. These check-ups will provide routine cleaning to help prevent the development of tooth decay and plaque. Fluoride treatments are also available to coat the teeth to further aid the prevention of tooth decay. Routine visits to your family dentist allow the early detection of any potential oral health problems. These issues can then be addressed with minor fillings before they evolve into more serious health complications requiring the services of a bridge, crown, implant, root canal etc.