At Parkwood Family Dental, our goal is to provide comprehensive dental care that will maintain your smile and treat most dental issues here in our own office. Our skill, experience, and commitment to each patient blends flawlessly with our devotion to dentistry as not just a science, but an art.
Smile Test Drive
Try on your dream smile before buying it with our Smile Test Drive technique at Parkwood Family Dental. Using composite materials, we will build your temporary smile to your liking. Photographs will be taken so you can see the change, and you can even wear your new smile home to show off to your family and friends. The Smile Test Drive process enables patients to do more than just picture in their mind what their new smile will look like – but actually see it themselves before committing to treatment. Schedule your Free Smile Test Drive today!
Invisalign Clear Aligners
Whether you’re an adult or a teen, we all want to look our best at all times. With Invisalign, you can change your smile without people noticing because the trays are completely clear. You can even pop them in or out, if you need to in a pinch. Ditch the metal brackets and wires, and make the clear choice!
If your teeth aren’t quite as white and bright as you’d like them to be, we can help with a safe and easy procedure in our office. If you prefer to do it at home we can help with that as well and send you with an easy to use kit that you can use when needed to whiten your teeth.
Preventative dental care is so important and addressing issues before they get too big is a good idea. We will check for decay in your teeth, ensure that your gums are healthy and then we’ll apply a thin layer of sealant to the chewing surface of each tooth. This will prevent bacteria from getting in to the cracks of the tooth and can help prevent decay.
Tooth Colored Fillings
Silver, shiny fillings used to be a common occurrence making it easy to tell when you’ve had dental work done. Fillings today use a strong composite resin to fill in cavities. The filling will be shaped and polished making it blend in with your original, natural teeth.
Bonding happens when a filling is not quite strong enough to do the job. Tooth bonding is the application of a tooth-colored resin material using adhesives and a high intensity curing light. It is typically used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of a discolored or chipped tooth.
Porcelain veneers provide a dramatic transformation, covering imperfections and changing the appearance of the shape, size, and color of your teeth. Made of ultra-thin porcelain, these dental veneers adhere to the front surface of teeth. In addition to concealing cracks, chips and discoloration, veneers can also hide minor misalignments and can even make teeth look longer.
Root canals are done when a tooth needs to be saved and is a way to make the tooth healthy again. A root canal removes bacteria and infected tissue. The root will be filled with a protective substance and will leave the tooth ready for a further restoration.
Dental crowns are a secure way to fill gaps and help restore your smile if you have missing or damaged teeth. When a regular filling or bonding won’t work a crown is needed. They are custom-made to restore the chewing surface and prevent bacteria from reaching the inside.
Sometimes a tooth is too far gone to be saved, or is impacted (just like wisdom teeth) and must be removed. We will go over all options with you before removing a tooth, including what options will happen after the tooth extraction to help restore your smile and bite.
Dental bridges literally bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth. A bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap, these two or more anchoring teeth are called abutment teeth. Bridges help to restore your smile and restore the ability to properly chew and speak.
When many teeth are missing or a patient is toothless dentures can be used. Dentures are replacements for missing teeth that can be taken out and put back into your mouth. It can help restore chewing surface and speech and can help with quality of life. Dentures can be partial (replacing only a few teeth) or full (replacing the entire upper or lower arch) or both.
Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place replacement teeth can be mounted on them. Because implants fuse to your jawbone, they provide stable support for artificial teeth.
FREE Cosmetic Consults: Implants, Invisalign & More
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