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General Dentistry Services At Coons Family Dental

General dentistry is an important part of maintaining your oral health! It is the discipline of diagnosing issues  with your oral health and maintains the appearance of your teeth. Our full-service dental office helps you to formulate a customized dental health plan that includes proper dental examination, cleaning, whitening, tooth scaling, and x-rays to ensure you get the best service possible. We offer dental crowns, cavity fillings, dental bridges, & dentures.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are a practical solution for supporting, protecting, and holding weak teeth together. Coons Family Dental specializes in taking good care of your teeth and getting them back to their original state. 

We know that each patient has a unique medical and dental history, meaning we strictly prohibit a one-size-fits all approach in treatment.  Our compassionate service-oriented providers treat patients on the basis of their medical and dental history and analyze the root cause of the disease. 

Cavity Fillings

Are you facing tooth decay and looking for some solutions? You have come to the right place. Cavities can form on any part of your teeth. You may have tried your best to prevent it, however, even patients with the best at home dental care are still susceptible to cavities.  A cavity filling can remedy this.

Our dental team pays close attention to our patients’ health. Our dedicated dental experts put sufficient time and energy into examining the location of the cavity and the needed extent of repair before formulating a treatment plan. This allows us to create the best outcomes possible.

Dental Bridge

If you are missing one or more teeth, our qualified dentist can fill in the gap with artificial teeth to restore your perfect smile. A dental bridge is a restoration that replaces missing teeth by anchoring a porcelain tooth to the neighboring teeth of the gap. It is non-removable and looks and functions like your natural teeth.

The dental bridges offered at Coons Family Dental can replace your front or back  missing teeth.

Denture Treatment

When you are missing many or all of your teeth a denture is a great option. Dentures are either parietal dentures, which replace a few teeth, or full dentures, which replace all of your teeth. Dentures are a great cost-effective service when other treatments are not an option. The best way to come to a decision if a denture is a good option for you is to consult with our trusted dentist at Coons Family Dental.

Our team members take precautions to make sure dentures are right for you.

Meet Your General Dentist Here!

Now is the right time to take the steps toward better dental health before it’s too late! Our general dental services are available to provide you with the best dental treatment in town. 

FAQs

How often should I visit a dentist?

For generally healthy individuals, you should visit a dentist every six months to maintain good dental health. This regular interval allows your dentist to identify any disease or disorder early.

How do I prevent tooth decay and gum disease?

Adopting a healthy dental routine and balanced diet will protect your teeth and gums from disease. Brushing twice a day for two minutes and flossing once a day can reduce your chances of getting cavities and gum disease.

Why is a dental crown necessary?

Once you experience severe tooth decay, fractures of teeth, or failing large existing fillings, a dental crown becomes necessary. 

What will it feel like to wear dentures?

Dentures initially feel strange and uncomfortable but after a while, you get used to them. If your dentures are still uncomfortable after several weeks, consult your dentist.

Will my tooth bridge be permanent?

Yes. A dental bridge is a procedure to replace one or more missing teeth. They are fixed permanently in your mouth and look and function like normal teeth.

Will my cavity filling stand out among teeth?

If you choose to have a dental filling that is white composite, it will  match the existing shade of your teeth and not stand out.