Oral hygiene education
Educating parents and kids on how to best care for their teeth is the first step to setting up good dental health for life! For additional reading about oral hygiene education, 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 additional reading about fluoride strengthening treatments, check out this article:
A child’s teeth should have spacing between them! When this isn’t present, we know from a very early age that the child will be looking at a long road of braces. By intervening early, often with a removable night appliance, we can get that child’s development back on track and often shorten the time in treatment or eliminate the need for braces!
Dental sports injuries are no joke! They can be painful, expensive, and time consuming. Prevent them before they happen with a sports guard.
Tooth colored, mercury-free material is used to repair areas where tooth decay or wear have caused cavities. Many times this can be done without numbing! For more information about fillings, read the following resource:
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 this article:
Myomunchee habit eliminators and oral muscle strengtheners
By actively chewing this soft appliance, we can get the body’s innate optimal functioning back on track. The reflexive response Munchee triggers helps with jaw and mouth function, breathing, posture and sleep..
Sleep and breathing screening
In 2017, the American Dental Association made it a dentist’s responsibility to evaluate our patient’s airways. Sleep and breathing impacts not only fatigue, but your entire health. We can help you put the pieces together and find rest and relief. If you're interested in learning more about sleep and breathing and its connection to oral health, see the following resources:
Tongue and lip tie procedures
A tongue-tie or lip-tie can impact feeding, speaking, sleeping, chronic pain, and a whole host of other issues! We assess these in all ages if symptoms are present, from infancy to adulthood. For more information about tongue and lip tie procedures, see the following resources:
Rewards and prizes for great behavior, obviously!
Who doesn’t remember the prizes you got from your dentist? We want your children to enjoy their experience, setting them up for a lifetime of happy dental visits!
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.
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 disease is bad for your entire health! Treating it every three to four months can help with chronic health issues.
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.
Gentle removal of a tooth that cannot be samed, a tooth extraction can get you out of pain or prevent infection.
A tongue-tie can impact feeding, speaking, sleeping, chronic pain, and a whole host of other issues!