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Dental Examinations and Cleanings

Routine check-ups to assess overall oral health, including teeth, gums, and soft tissues. Professional cleaning to remove plaque, tartar, and stains from teeth.

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Restoring teeth affected by decay or damage with materials such as amalgam, composite resin, or porcelain.

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Root Canal Therapy

Treatment to remove infected or damaged pulp from the tooth's interior, often followed by filling and sealing.

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Removal of severely damaged, decayed, or impacted teeth.

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Crowns and Bridges

Restoring damaged or missing teeth using crowns (caps) or bridges (fixed prosthetic devices).

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Dental Implants

Surgical placement of artificial tooth roots into the jawbone to support dental prosthetics such as crowns, bridges, or dentures.

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Removable prosthetic devices used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues.

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Orthodontic Treatment

Correction of misaligned teeth and jaws using braces, clear aligners (e.g., Invisalign), or other orthodontic appliances.

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Periodontal Treatment

Management of gum diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis through scaling, root planning – deep cleaning, and other procedures.

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Oral Surgery

Surgical procedures performed in the mouth, including tooth extraction, biopsy, and corrective jaw surgery.

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TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Treatment

Management of disorders affecting the jaw joint, often involving splints, physical therapy, or surgery in severe cases.

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Cosmetic Dentistry (veneers)

Procedures aimed at improving the appearance of the teeth and smile, including teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, and gum contouring.

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Fluoride Treatments

Application of fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent cavities.

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Custom-fitted appliances used to protect teeth during sports or to prevent grinding (bruxism) during sleep.

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Sedation Dentistry

Techniques to help anxious patients relax during dental procedures, including nitrous oxide (laughing gas).


Botox injections can help alleviate muscle spasms or excessive muscle activity like teeth grinding.

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