Family Dentistry Services
As your general dentist, we here at ImplantWide specialize in several preventive and restorative services. From cleanings to dentures and Invisalign, our goal is to ensure you maintain a healthy, functional, and beautiful smile. If you are currently in need of professional dental services, you have come to the right place!
CleaningsA professional dental cleaning is designed to remove plaque and tartar, or calcified plaque, from all surfaces of your teeth. Even with good daily oral hygiene, routine cleanings are vital in preventing tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental problems.
ExamsLike cleanings, routine exams are an important part of preventive dentistry. During your exam, we use advanced diagnostic technology to determine the current status of your oral health and catch potential problems in their earliest stages.
Periodontal CareYour gums, or periodontal tissues, are central to the function and cosmetics of your teeth. Proper periodontal care not only keeps your teeth in place; it ensures a more esthetically-pleasing smile.
Oral Cancer ScreeningWe typically perform an oral cancer screening during your routine exam. Oral cancer screenings are a precautionary measure, not diagnostic. If we discover an abnormality, we may recommend a specialist or biopsy procedure to get to the root of the symptom.
TMJ/TMDYour temporomandibular joint (TMJ) allows you to move your lower jaw forwards, backward, and side-to-side. Any problem that prevents you from properly chewing, speaking, or otherwise using your jaw is known as a TMJ disorder, or TMD, which may require professional intervention.
MouthguardsMouthguards serve several purposes. We may recommend a sports guard to protect your teeth from injury during physical activities like football, basketball, mountain biking, and even skateboarding. We may suggest a night guard prevent enamel wear if you grind or clench your teeth during sleep.
FillingsDental fillings are usually the first line of defense against a small or moderately-sized cavity. These days, most fillings are made from a material known as composite resin, which mimics the appearance of natural enamel.
What Is Sleep Apnea?Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening disorder that involves the repeated cessation of breath throughout the night. The most common form, obstructive sleep apnea, may require the use of a custom-fit oral appliance, which is similar to a mouthguard. Your appliance will keep your jaw in a forward position during sleep, allowing for a more open airway.
Schedule Your AppointmentTo learn more about our services call (630) 912-2700, and schedule your appointment today!