Family Dentists Treat Most Oral Health Conditions
Damaged or Decayed Teeth
- Gum Disease
- Chipped Teeth
- Cracked Teeth
- Lost Teeth
- Gaps between Teeth
- Root Canal Infection
- Tooth Decay
- TMJ Disorder
Family dentists treat patients of all ages...
Specialized Care For Every Member of Your Family
Pediatric and Senior Care
While general and family dentists often provide the same basic dental care, family dentists provide care for children, adults, and seniors. In contrast, many general dentists prefer not to treat seniors or children.
Because family dentists provide care for every member of your family, you can schedule all of your loved ones' appointments through the same office. For a busy parent, this saves time and money.
Because your dental health needs change as you age, every family member may require different kinds of care. To accommodate all needs, a family dentist may have multiple specialties or work with different specialists at their office.
What treatments are available to protect my child's teeth?
Family Dentists Offer Comprehensive Oral Health Care
Family Dentistry Services
- Routine Cleanings
- Dental Sealants
- Fluoride Treatment
- Root Canal Therapy
- Periodontal Therapy
- Dental Implants
- TMJ Disorder Therapy
What would one of these treatments look like?
Tools of the Trade
General dentists and family dentists rely on many of the same tools and technological innovations, including:
- Digital x-rays
- Mouth mirror
- Local anesthesia
Depending on the dentist, certain tools may be traditional or laser-based. For example, many dentists use Waterlase as gentler and more precise alternative to traditional drills.
"About 1 out of 5 children aged 5 to 11 have untreated, decayed tooth."
Convenience, Savings, and Healthy Smiles
Choosing a dentist who offers treatment for every member of your family can save you considerable time, money, and stress. Reach out today to schedule a consultation with a family dentist.
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