Comprehensive Range of Family Dental Services Designed to Keep Your Teeth Healthy and Strong
Gentle Dental warmly welcomes patients of all ages. Your oral health changes throughout your lifetime, which is why we provide customized dentistry services that are adjusted to suit your unique dental needs.
We offer a comprehensive range of family dentistry services designed to keep your teeth healthy and strong, preserving and protecting them, prolonging their natural life, and preventing dental disease. Our family dentist at Queens dentistry will work with you, ensuring you enjoy optimal health at all times.
Family dentistry services include:
- Dentures and denture repairs
- Tooth extractions including wisdom tooth removals
- Professional teeth cleaning
- Dental fillings
- Root canal procedures
- Treatment for TMJ pain
We strongly recommend everyone sees a family dentist regularly for preventive care.
Family dentistry procedures below:
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Tooth, Cavity Filling
Even with good oral care, many people have one or more dental fillings, an issue that is often due to dietary habits. Other times, a tooth is damaged because of trauma, for example, a sporting accident that can badly chip a tooth. Placing a cavity filling restores the appearance of the tooth, replacing lost structure and ensuring the tooth has enough strength to withstand biting and chewing.
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Root Canal Procedure
Root canal procedure or endodontic therapy is actually an extremely safe, relatively pain-free treatment that has helped millions of people preserve the health of their teeth across the country. Rather than causing discomfort, root canal therapy is often the most immediate and effective way of relieving excruciating tooth pain.
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TMD symptoms are often confused with other problems like gum disease, tooth decay, or sinus problems. Therefore, we will need to conduct a thorough dental exam and review your dental and medical history to determine the cause of your TMJ pain as well as to provide an effective tmj treatment.
What Is Preventive Dentistry?
Why Have Preventive Dentistry?
Why Do I Need Regular Dental Checkups?
It is essential to have regular dental checkups even if your teeth seem perfectly healthy and strong. We can detect any changes to your dental health hopefully well before they cause any unpleasant symptoms like discomfort and pain.Some diseases, for example, gum disease, cause very few symptoms during the early stages, but this is the very time when the disease is most treatable and easily reversible. We can carry out other preventive screenings like oral cancer screenings. Our dentist can also tell a great deal about your overall health when examining your mouth and can detect symptoms that may indicate other medical problems.
Once we have examined your mouth, we provide you with a custom preventive dentistry plan.
What is Preventive Dentistry Plan?
Your oral care needs are unique, which is why you need a custom preventive treatment plan. The plan is based on your oral health and your general health. Some people have medical conditions that can affect their dental health considerably and may need to see us more frequently for preventive care.The plan will tell you how frequently you need regular dental checkups and also how frequently you need hygiene appointments so your teeth can be cleaned professionally. We will also provide detailed information about any other treatments that we feel could benefit you, such as treatments necessary to restore dental health.
Every plan is explained in detail, and we provide a breakdown of the costs and time involved.
Why We Offer Oral Health Education?
We are passionate about dentistry, and patient education is an important part of our practice. When you come to see us, we can provide you with valuable advice about how best to care for your teeth and gums between visits.Our dental team can educate you on the most effective way to brush and floss your teeth, and we can discuss other ways to improve your oral health. For example, dietary advice can be very useful as what you eat, and how frequently you consume certain foods can greatly affect your dental health and can significantly increase your risk of tooth decay. Slightly adjusting your diet could be all that’s needed to enjoy a healthier smile.
Our family dentist here at Gentle Dental can discuss all options suitable for your situation and will explain the possible pros and cons of each procedure. As with any treatment we provide, we make sure you have all the information necessary for an informed treatment choice. When you visit Gentle Dental, we can carefully assess the health of your teeth to determine if family dentistry procedures are suitable for you. For more information about the best rated family dentists in Queens, contact Gentle Dental at (718) 461-0100.