Quality, Comprehensive Dental Care

At Smile Rite, we know that your oral health plays an important role in your body’s overall well-being. Healthy teeth and gums are vital to a healthy body, and a bright and beautiful smile can boost your confidence. That’s why we offer a variety of comprehensive dental treatments and services to keep your teeth functioning at their peak and your smile looking brilliant.

Whether you’re just visiting for a routine exam and cleaning, or you need restorative treatments to get your teeth back in shape, our expert staff will provide you with the care you need.

Preventive Dentistry - Smile Rite Dental

Preventive Dentistry

To keep your smile healthy and beautiful, preventive dental care is key. Proper preventive care allows us to keep your teeth and gums clean, as well as detect and treat issues early, helping you avoid more extensive and invasive treatments in the future.

  • Routine Cleanings & Exams
  • Digital X-rays
  • Protective Sealants
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Oral Cancer Screenings
  • Nightguards for Bruxism

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Restorative Dentistry - Smile Rite Dental

Restorative Dentistry

When preventive care isn’t enough, or teeth experience traumatic damage, restorative treatments are sometimes needed. The restorative treatments offered at Smile Rite Dental will get your teeth back to their correct shape and protect against future damage.

Crowns

Crowns cover damaged or weakened teeth and restore them to their appropriate shape and size. Crowns are great for covering large fillings or fractures, and for protecting teeth that have been weakened by forces like intense grinding. At Smile Rite Dental, we carefully prepare and place your crowns to ensure you have the most comfortable fit possible.

Crowns are often used in conjunction with bridges, implants, and root canal therapy. With proper care and regular checkups, crowns will last for many years.

Bridges

Bridges are ideal for replacing one or more missing teeth. They are attached to crowns and keep surrounding teeth from shifting around, helping you avoid the need for more extensive restorations down the road. A traditional bridge is made up of two crowns placed on teeth on either side of the missing tooth or teeth, and an artificial tooth or teeth in the middle. Bridges look and feel like natural teeth, so you can get back to smiling and eating your favorite foods again fast!

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Composite, or tooth-colored, fillings are often smaller than traditional silver (amalgam) fillings, and they require only a minimally-invasive procedure. They are made out of biocompatible materials that blend in easily with your tooth, which creates a more natural look. During the procedure, the filling is bonded directly to your tooth, meaning they require much less preparation and they leave behind more of your healthy tooth structure.

Extractions

At Smile Rite Dental, we do everything we can to avoid extracting teeth. But if a tooth is infected or damaged beyond restoration, our offices are equipped to surgically extract the problem tooth. If extraction is needed, we will discuss the treatment plan with you in detail, including restorations post-extraction.

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Periodontal Care - Smile Rite Dental

Periodontal Care

According to studies, nearly 80 percent of adults in the U.S. currently have some form of gum disease, ranging from minor gingivitis to serious periodontal disease. At Smile Rite Dental, we provide periodontal care such as deep dental cleanings and special mouth rinses to help fight and prevent all stages of gum disease.

If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, you may be in the early stages of gum disease or at heightened risk of developing gum disease in the future.

  • Tender or Sore Gums
  • Red and Swollen Gums
  • Gums That Are Bleeding and/or Receding
  • Pain or Sensitivity in Teeth
  • Persistent Bad Breath

If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss, in addition to various other health problems. If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms of gum disease, call us today to schedule an appointment.