Missing teeth can interfere with your dental function. A dental bridge can restore your ability to bite and chew.
Restore your smile.
A dental bridge restores your damaged or missing teeth. The treatment makes you look better by giving you a natural-looking tooth replacement that fills in the gaps caused by missing or damaged teeth.
Dental check-ups are a vital part of a preventive dentistry routine. Consistent examinations provide early detection of cavities, infection, gum disease, and jawbone issues.
Your teeth are under attack within minutes of eating. Routine dental cleanings help remove harmful bacteria from the surfaces of your teeth and gums.
Keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Dental cleanings two times per year (every six months) can help prevent cavities and costly dental treatment. Support your daily brushing and flossing with this essential in-office procedure.
Restore your damaged or unattractive teeth with a dental crown. Royal Dental Care uses natural-looking materials to restore your teeth’s function and improve your appearance.
Restore your teeth to their original shapes and sizes.
A dental crown is a permanent cap that treats your tooth damage. The treatment strengthens and restores the function of your remaining tooth structure.
Our team at Royal Dental Care understands that life happens on the weekends, and we’re ready to treat your dental emergency when it happens.
If you have bleeding in your mouth that won’t stop or if a tooth has been knocked out, call us immediately. Infections in your mouth can be serious and need treatment and medication. We will make sure you are seen as soon as possible, no matter the situation to get you out of pain and prevent any future issues!
Dental extraction is common for teeth that do not develop or emerge properly. The procedure is needed from time to time to keep your other, healthy teeth safe.
Your wisdom teeth are most often the focus of an extraction. Crooked teeth, crowded teeth, broken teeth, decayed teeth, or teeth that have developed improperly can also be extracted.
Dental fillings are a common treatment. Treat your dental cavities caused by decay and prevent further oral health problems.
Immediate treatment for dental cavities
A dental filling prevents your cavity from worsening. Proper follow-up care for your teeth and gums can also reduce your risk of other dental problems.
Dental implant treatment replaces your missing tooth with a natural-looking alternative to dental bridges and dentures.
A solid tooth replacement
Your dental implant is crafted from titanium and forms a new, strong tooth root. The implant anchors to your bone and supports a visible dental crown on the surface.
Dentistry for Kids
As a family dental service, we welcome children to our office. We’ve created a welcoming, no-stress experience for them. We see children six months of age and older.
We’re happy to help your child learn to brush, get familiar with a dental provider, and enjoy good oral health from a young age.
Dentures reduce your risk of gum and bone disease and help you look younger too. Full or partial dentures are a treatment option if you have multiple missing teeth.
Tooth replacement that is both quick and affordable
Dentures can restore the function and appearance of your teeth following tooth loss. Improve your oral health and quality of life with full or partial dentures.
Oral Cancer Screening
Oral cancer is a very real threat to many people. As a result, most people should have an oral cancer screening during their routine dental exam. This is the sixth deadliest cancer globally, so this is a serious risk. There are many signs and symptoms of oral cancer that we will look for when we do a full check-up.
A root canal can save your infected tooth. Treat your infection as soon as possible to avoid tooth loss and other threats to your overall health.
We understand the fear that’s common with a root canal procedure. Our technology and sedation options help you experience a comfortable treatment.
Be aware of the signs and symptoms that you could benefit from a root canal.
Scaling & Root Planing
Periodontal (gum) disease is a leading cause of adult tooth loss. Inflamed gum tissue is an early sign that your teeth, tissue, and supportive bone could be at risk.
The bacteria within dental plaque feed on the acid in the foods you eat. If left untreated, this process can cause the development of gum disease.
Teeth whitening can transform the appearance of your smile. Most professional whitening procedures can change the brightness of your teeth by up to 10 shades in one office visit.
It will eliminate tooth stains and discoloration.
The foods and beverages you consume can cause your teeth to yellow. Certain medications can also affect the brightness of your teeth.
The Proof is in Our Patients
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