General Dentistry in Lakewood, Colorado

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Dental cleanings (prophylaxis)


Normally recommended every six months, This professional service reinforces the home-care oral health regimen of brushing and flossing and gives our team an opportunity to locate areas in the mouth that may need special attention. For additional reading about dental cleanings, see the following resource:




Digital cavity detecting radiology


Low radiation option to look for areas of decay or pre-decay in between your teeth. For additional information about digital cavity detecting radiology, read the following article:


Fluoride strengthening treatments


Naturally occurring fluoride can be used to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent weakened areas from turning to cavities.  Sometimes it can even reverse cavities! For more information about fluoride strengthening treatments, see the following resources:

Sealants


Protective tooth colored layer over deep grooves can help to prevent cavities when teeth first erupt in the mouth by sealing out plaque and bacteria. For more information about dental sealants, read the following resource:


Oral cancer screening


We look for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions in your mouth. The goal of oral cancer screening is to identify mouth cancer early, when there is a greater chance for a cure. For additional information about oral cancer screenings, see the following resources:

Fillings


Tooth colored, mercury-free material is used to repair areas where tooth decay or wear have caused cavities. For additional reading on fillings, read the following resource:

Periodontal treatments


Periodontal disease is bad for your entire health!  Treating it every three to four months can help with chronic health issues. For additional reading on periodontal treatments, read the following resource:




Tooth extractions


Gentle removal of a tooth that cannot be saved, a tooth extraction can get you out of pain or prevent infection. For more information about tooth extractions, see these resources:

Tongue-tie procedures


A tongue-tie can impact feeding, speaking, sleeping, chronic pain, and a whole host of other issues! For additional information about tongue-tie procedures, see the following resources:


Dental cleanings (prophylaxis)

Normally recommended every six months, This professional service reinforces the home-care oral health regimen of brushing and flossing and gives our team an opportunity to locate areas in the mouth that may need special attention.


Oral cancer screening

We look for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions in your mouth. The goal of oral cancer screening is to identify mouth cancer early, when there is a greater chance for a cure.


Digital cavity detecting radiology

Low radiation option to look for areas of decay or pre-decay in between your teeth.


Fillings

Tooth colored, mercury-free material is used to repair areas where tooth decay or wear have caused cavities.


Fluoride strengthening treatments

Naturally occuring fluoride can be used to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent weakened areas from turning to cavities.  Sometimes it can even reverse cavities!


Periodontal treatments

Periodontal disease is bad for your entire health!  Treating it every three to four months can help with chronic health issues.


Sealants

Protective tooth colored layer over deep grooves can help to prevent cavities when teeth first erupt in the mouth by sealing out plaque and bacteria.


Tooth extractions

Gentle removal of a tooth that cannot be samed, a tooth extraction can get you out of pain or prevent infection.


Tongue-tie procedures

A tongue-tie can impact feeding, speaking, sleeping, chronic pain, and a whole host of other issues!

Fox Point
Dental Office

303.732.8909
13701 W. Jewell Ave, Suite 101
Lakewood, CO 80228