Dental Services at SEDA

Information About General Dentistry Services

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Comprehensive dental examinations are beneficial in maintaining your overall oral health and can help detect issues before they develop further.

Professional dental cleanings help to protect and maintain the health of your smile by removing built-up plaque and tartar from the teeth.

Dental crowns are placed to help protect a damaged or worn down tooth and are custom made to blend naturally with your existing teeth.

Tooth-colored fillings fill in areas of tooth decay and cavities with a composite resin after they have been treated to protect the area.

Emergency dental care may include tooth extraction, oral surgery to restore a tooth that has been knocked out, root canal therapy, or a filling.

A crown lengthening procedure can help to correct the appearance of a "gummy" smile by revealing more of the tooth's root.

Dental bonding and contouring fixes small cosmetic flaws in your smile with the use of a composite resin that is adhered to the front of the tooth.

Opalescence teeth whitening treatments help to diminish the appearance of staining and discoloration through in-office procedures.

Porcelain veneers are thin covers that can be placed to improve the aesthetic appearance of your smile and correct any existing flaws.

A smile makeover can consist of several cosmetic and restorative dental procedures for an overall more appealing appearance.

Zoom teeth whitening can help brighten your smile and reduce the appearance of staining and discoloration caused by a variety of lifestyle factors.

ClearCorrect aligners help to straighten your smile over time in order to create a more even, aligned appearance without the hassle of metal braces.

Invisalign clear teeth aligners are convenient and comfortable in order to straighten your smile for naturally restored results.

Traditional metal braces utilize stainless steel archwires and brackets to shift the teeth over time, creating aesthetically appealing outcomes.

Bone grafting may be necessary in order to strengthen your jawbone prior to a dental implant procedure for a more secure restoration.

Gum grafting can treat gum recession that may have been the cause of periodontal disease in order to restore the gumline.

Scaling and root planing removes plaque and tartar from below the gumline in order to treat the initial stage of gum disease, gingivitis.

A sinus lift procedure may be needed prior to the placement of a dental implant in order to create a sufficient amount of space in the jaw.

Dental implants offer long-lasting restorations for a missing tooth or teeth through the placement of a surgical post and an additional attachment.

Root canal therapy is necessary when the inner pulp of the tooth becomes infected and needs to be treated in order to preserve the tooth.

Tooth extractions may be required in order to remove a damaged or decayed tooth or a tooth that cannot fit properly in your mouth.

All-on-4 dental implants offer full-arch restoration for a secure, rejuvenated, long-lasting smile that is both healthy and beautiful.

Dental bridges can replace one or several missing teeth to restore both the function and aesthetic appearance of your smile.

Dentures can offer the replacement of missing teeth and are removable for easier cleaning and eating with the appearance of a natural smile.

Implant-retained bridges are supported by crowns and are made of titanium to be surgically placed into the jaw for a stable restoration.

3D dental impressions are convenient and accurate in order to create customized dental restorations for a comfortable, secure fit.

Digital x-rays provide a comprehensive view of the overall health of your teeth, gums, and jaw in order to diagnose any present conditions.

An intraoral camera offers a more in-depth visual of your teeth and gums that can be used for diagnostic testing or during treatment.

Intravenous (IV) sedation uses anti-anxiety medication to allow you to feel calm and relaxed prior to a dental procedure.

TMJ therapy may consist of several treatment options in order to successfully diminish the side effects of temporomandibular joint dysfunction.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.