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General Dentistry in [GEOID] | Dental Exams, Gingivitis Treatment, Sedation Dentistry & More

Why Should I Practice Regular Dental Care?

Regular dental exams are the foundation of a good dental hygiene regimen. Adults should visit the dentist every six months for a professional cleaning and exam.

Dental Care for Children

When Should I Bring My Child to the Dentist?

It is important to encourage children to develop good oral health habits by having them see a dentist from an early age. Our experienced and compassionate dentists offer a full range of preventive and routine dental services for adults and children of all ages.

Dental Exams

Are Dental Exams Painful?

A dental exam is a simple process in which the dentist examines the teeth and gums for any signs of decay or disease. Depending on the condition of your teeth and gums, the dentist may recommend additional treatments.

Are Dental Exams Expensive in ?

If you have dental insurance, most of your cost should be covered.

Gingivitis/Gum Disease Treatment

Where Can I Get Gum Disease Treatment?

Our dentists treat mild to advanced periodontal disease. A professional deep cleaning is a common technique used to remove plaque and debris from between the teeth and under the gumline. Advanced cases may require more extensive oral surgery.

How Much Will I Pay for Gingivitis Treatment in My Area?

We will provide you with an outline of your treatment cost after assessing the severity of your condition. The type of cleaning required to treat gum disease is more expensive than a normal cleaning. If your insurance does not cover all of the cost of the treatment, we do offer payment options to make the expense more manageable.

Mouth Guards - Sports

Is There a Dentist That Provides Custom-Fitted Sports Mouth Guards Near Me?

A properly fitted mouth guard is an essential piece of equipment for anyone participating in contact sports. The device is made from plastic or laminate and absorbs some of the impact from a blow to the mouth. If you are active in high-impact sports, call today to arrange a consultation for a custom mouth guard.

How Much Will I Pay for a Mouth Guard?

Your cost will depend on the type of guard required for your specific activity as well as your insurance plan.

Night Guards

Is There a Way to Treat Bruxism?

Bruxism, a condition in which you grind your teeth during your sleep, can cause tooth damage and jaw pain. Our patients usually elect to have a night guard created to prevent damage to their teeth.

What Do Night Mouth Guards Do?

A night guard made from flexible plastic can shield the teeth from excessive wear and protect the teeth from damage.

Are Bruxism Guards Expensive?

Depending on your dental insurance, the majority of the cost of your night guard may be covered as a medical necessity.

Nitrous Oxide

Is Nitrous Oxide an Effective Form of Sedation?

Nitrous oxide is highly effective at keeping patients calm and relaxed during complex dental procedures. The gas is odorless, colorless, and quickly reversible, so it is suitable for most patients.

What Is the Cost of Nitrous Oxide in ?

The cost of nitrous oxide sedation depends on your insurance coverage and the duration of your procedure.

Oral Cancer Screening

Do Your Dentists Perform Oral Cancer Screenings?

Our dentists screen for oral cancer during routine dental exams. The process involves a visual examination of the oral mucosa for any discoloration, lesions, or growths. If an area of concern is identified, additional tests may be ordered.

How Much Does Oral Cancer Screening and Treatment Cost?

A basic oral cancer screening may be covered under your dental plan. If you require further treatment, your dentist will outline your various treatment options and costs.


Is There a Way to Make Teeth More Resistant to Cavities?

If you practice good oral hygiene but are still prone to cavities, dental sealants may be right for you. A dental sealant is a coating that is applied to the surface of the teeth to prevent decay.

How Much Do Dental Sealants Cost?

We will provide you with an outline of your cost following your consultation. The price will depend on the type of insurance that you have, the number of teeth to be treated, and the general condition of your teeth.

Sedation Dentistry

Should I Choose to Receive Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry involves giving the patient an oral or IV medication to put them into a state of deep relaxation as the dentist works. This can make dental procedures more comfortable for nervous patients and individuals who are undergoing complex procedures.

How Safe Is Sedation?

Oral sedation is safe for most people; however, the dentist will ask you basic health questions to make sure that it is right for you. You should let the dentist know if you have sleep apnea, breathing difficulties, or other chronic health problems.

Is Each Type of Sedation Priced Differently?

Yes, your cost for sedation dentistry will depend on the kind of sedation you select. Some types of treatment may be covered by your insurance so be sure to check with your provider.

Dental X-rays

Are Dental X-rays Important?

We recommend that patients have dental X-rays at least every two years, or more often if they have a history of dental issues, to identify any dental health issues that may not be visible to the naked eye.

What Is the Cost of a Dental X-ray?

Most dental plans cover X-rays as part of routine dental care.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®