Regular check-ups and hygiene appointments following your initial exam will help ensure better long-term oral health. If you have stained teeth, bleeding gums during brushing, or scale build-up, call Town and Country Dental to set up an appointment.
Even for people with good oral health habits, broken, decayed, and missing teeth are not uncommon. Despite the commonality, any of these issues can affect both your self-confidence and oral health. Even a single damaged tooth can set off a chain reaction that may cause dental issues. At Town and Country Dental, we use a number of tools and techniques to restore your smile and confidence.
At Town and Country Dental, we know how much your smile means to you. Our cosmetic services can improve both the quality and look of your teeth. We can help with teeth whitening and give you a smile that you’ll be excited to share with the world!
Oral surgery is safer and more effective than ever before. Our skilled staff performs oral surgeries with the utmost precision, reliability, and comfort. Extractions and root canals are performed in our state-of-the-art facility and are often completed with minimal, local anesthetic.
Nervousness when visiting the dentist is extremely common – that’s why we’re happy to provide our patients with the option of sedation. Though we try our best to make you comfortable, we understand that nerves may be difficult to ease and we’re happy to provide you with options to help you feel safe and comfortable.
Periodontal Care & Surgery
Periodontal care is most effective when it is caught early, that’s why we recommend that patients visit us every 6 months for check-ups. However, if you have periodontal disease that has gone untreated, we offer a treatment for it, from the most basic cleanings, all the way up to surgery. If we’re able to treat the disease early, we will be able to prevent damage to the bone structure. However, if there is damage to the bone structure of your mouth, we can surgically place appliances to reshape or rebuild the bone structure to reattach to teeth.