Pediatric dentists specialize in treating children from infancy through teenage years. They are able to deliver treatments specific to the patient’s stage of childhood and manage anxious patients having difficulties at the dentists.
A dental implant is the closest thing to a natural tooth to replace your lost one. It will help restore confidence and joys of everyday life such as smiling, talking and eating.
A root canal treatment is done to save a badly damaged tooth to prevent it from being removed. It is a painless treatment in most cases and allows you to keep your own tooth instead of having to replace it with an implant, bridge or denture.
Crowns can restore badly damaged teeth and bridges can replace missing teeth. Crowns can protect the teeth from further damage and bring them back to their original beauty. Bridges, unlike dentures, is a fixed replacement of missing teeth where you don’t have to remove daily.
A denture is the most economical way to replace missing teeth. Traditional dentures are easily removable but with the help of modern technology, they can now be designed to clasp onto implants for improved retention.
Night guards are nocturnal bite plates used to protect your teeth from sleep grinding also known as bruxism. If made properly, they gently cover your teeth while you sleep to prevent damage and wear from the grinding.
Dental veneers are placed to create what people often call Hollywood smile. It gets rid of any unwanted discoloration and reshapes your teeth to an ideal contour to create a perfect smile.
Nitrous oxide also known as “laughing gas” is one of the safest forms of sedation. It helps you relax to get rid of the unnecessary anxiety. It works quickly and wears off just as fast so that you can walk out the same way you walk in.
Sports guards also called mouthguards are worn to protect your teeth from impacts. They are recommended for all contact sports or other activities that may cause a possible blow to the face or head.