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General & Family Dentistry

Dentistry for the whole family is our specialty.

At Dental Health Associates, our focus is on long-term, compassionate family dental care of the highest quality.

We are happy to provide consultations for any treatment you may be considering. In fact, we highly recommend a consult before you make any final decisions. We want you to have the best possible idea of treatment options, what the treatment entails, and if it’s the best treatment to address your concerns.

A dental restoration (or prosthesis) to replace one or several missing teeth.

A crown is a “cap” or covering that replaces missing tooth structure and restores strength. Crowns are also used to stabilize teeth that have large fillings, cracks, or have received root canal treatment.

Dentures provide a replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Conventional dentures are removable and can be used for the upper or lower arch.

Tooth removal may be necessary for many reasons. Your Dental Health Associates dentist will ensure that you are comfortable in every way should you require an extraction.

Fillings may be recommended to repair cavities or decayed areas in your teeth. Fillings restore the tooth and prevent further destruction of the tooth by bacteria.

Implants are routinely used to replace one or more teeth that have been lost.  In very basic terms, implants are titanium screws that serve as artificial roots placed into the bone. Once the implant is properly secured, a crown is attached to look and feel like a natural tooth.

Dental Health Associates can make a custom fitted night guard for our patients with bruxism or TMJ issues to help prevent tooth destruction and jaw pain from excessive clenching and grinding.

We not only look after the oral health of our adult patients, but for their entire families as well! Your children should have their first dental visit by the age of 1.

The best way to treat decay is prevention. Good home care is essential for prevention through brushing and flossing after every meal and visiting us regularly for cleanings and checkups.

For those patients who want an alternative to implants or bridges, removable partial dentures could be the answer. Typically this type of appliance is used to replace multiple teeth. The denture is removable to aid in cleaning the surrounding teeth and the appliance itself.

A root canal is the space within the root of a tooth where the nerve and blood supply are located. A root canal procedure, also called endodontic therapy, may be required to prevent or eliminate infection when a tooth has been injured.  The procedure involves cleaning and filling the canal space and should be a painless one.

You aren’t alone! Many patients suffer from dental phobia, which is why we offer multiple options to help calm your nerves and make your dental visit as comfortable as possible. Speak with your Dental Health Associates dentist about different ways to reduce your anxiety in the dental chair.

Your dental team at Dental Health Associates will use state of the art technology to collect images of your mouth. These images can show tooth and bone structure and decay that might not be easy to view with a regular exam. Radiographs are extremely important to diagnose needed work and to catch decay and infection early.

Patient Information

We encourage new patients to fill out a new patient form online prior to your first appointment. Be sure to select the appropriate location for your new patient forms, as once you complete them, they are sent electronically to the office you’ve chosen. 

Insurance

Medical and dental insurance can be confusing. Our staff has experience with your questions and can help you get the most from your insurance.

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From family dental care to orthodontics.

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