Your dental team examines your teeth and mouth and provides a thorough teeth cleaning. They give recommendations about treating any dental problems you may have.
Your dentist visually examines the inside of your mouth, tongue, and throat for abnormalities. They feel in your cheeks and tongue for lumps.
A root canal procedure cleans out the dental pulp and root of a damaged, infected tooth, saving the tooth from extraction and, eventually, stopping the throbbing pain.
A tooth extraction (or dental extraction) is simply a dental procedure where a dentist pulls or surgically removes a tooth to improve a person’s oral health.
Dental implants are titanium posts (resembling tooth roots) that securely anchor into the bone with permanent or removable artificial teeth that look like your natural teeth.
Mouth guards are dental devices that fit over your teeth to protect your teeth and gums from damage or move your jaw to relieve pain, snoring, or sleep apnea.
Dentures are artificial teeth and gums that replace missing natural teeth and fit against your gum tissues.
TMJ dental treatments often include custom-fitted TMJ mouth guards/TMJ splints for people who suffer from jaw pain and jaw joint dysfunction to wear at night.
In a dental emergency, you need dental care very quickly to avoid severe pain, swelling or the loss of a tooth.