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Information About Dental Health Services

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Our office provides a wide variety of bad breath therapy treatments that can significantly help to improve your bad breath and overall oral health.

Bruxism is the medical term for teeth grinding, which can cause severe damage to the teeth and can lead to other dental health issues as well.

Canker sores are small ulcers that form inside the mouth and cause great discomfort, especially when eating or talking, but treatment can help.

Patients should receive professional dental cleanings at least twice a year to remove tartar and plaque buildup for a healthy, gorgeous smile.

Dental exams are a key aspect in maintaining and improving overall dental health and also help with early detection of serious oral conditions.

Dental sealants are commonly used to create a smoother surface at the top of molars, which adds protection against plaque buildup for oral health.

Our office is dedicated to providing you with the best care possible, which is why we offer same-day emergency dental treatments to our patients.

A frenectomy is a surgical dental procedure that is commonly performed to improve the mobility and functionality of the tongue or upper lip.

Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that is very treatable and easily prevented by routine dental cleanings, flossing, and daily brushing.

Night guards are custom made to comfortably fit the upper and lower teeth for protection against wear and tear that can occur from teeth grinding.

A periodontal exam typically includes surgical or nonsurgical treatment for periodontitis (gum disease) to improve overall oral hygiene and health.

Scaling and root planing is a nonsurgical treatment that removes plaque and tartar buildup at the base of teeth and gums for healthier oral hygiene.

An oral appliance or night guard is often used to help patients breath more easily at night if they suffer from a sleeping disorder like sleep apnea.

TMJ or TMD disorders can cause symptoms such as jaw locking and severe headaches, but thanks to a variety of therapy treatments, relief is possible.

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