Saratoga Springs, Dental and Orthodontic Procedures
Achieving straight, white teeth and great oral health is simple when you visit Professional Dental in Saratoga Springs, Utah. Our expert doctors work carefully with our excellent staff of dental and orthodontic hygienists to make your visit as quick and painless as possible. We offer the following services:
- Routine Dental Care – This includes regular exams, teeth polishing and X-Rays and, if necessary, periodontal cleanings examination of existing restorations, examinations for tooth decay, oral cancer screening, and oral hygiene recommendations.
- Root Canals – These can become necessary when you have abscesses (pimples) on your gums, temperature-related pain, toothaches, swelling or tenderness or tooth sensitivity. Often, without this procedure, tooth removal would be necessary. These procedures usually lasts a lifetime.
- Orthodontics – You may want straighter teeth to look good or for functional reasons, or both. Almost 30 percent of all orthodontic patients are adults.
- Invisalign – Straight teeth are nice to have, but who wants a mouth full of metal? Invisalign is a no-metal, custom-made solution to the problem. It uses special trays rather than metal braces. These are removable for cleaning and important occasions. We offer a free consultation and free orthodontic X-rays for anyone interested.
- Dental Restorations – You might need dental restoration in the form of simple cavities, new crowns and bridges, root canals and tooth extractions. Treatments are also available for cosmetic treatments such as veneers and restorative implants in our Saratoga Springs, Utah, location.
- Dental Implants – When you are missing teeth but don’t want dental bridges, ask us about dental implants. These use titanium to fuse directly to the jaw bone. Dental implants are considered a permanent fix.
- Dental Extractions – You may need tooth extraction in many circumstances. Call for an appointment today.
- Dental Emergencies – Serious dental injuries are most common in toddlers and pre-adolescents, but also occur in adulthood. Emergency dentistry can be needed in the case of sporting injuries, toothaches, trauma, infections, and more. If a tooth is knocked out or pushed into the jawbone, or if a tooth has been pushed out of normal alignment, contact our offices immediately. Emergency dental procedures are most successful if completed within an hour.