Healthy teeth should be an important part of your daily care routine, since they are a major factor in determining your overall well-being. Research shows that dental health has a strong correlation in influencing systemic illnesses, like heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis. As we head into summertime, it’s best to start scheduling out appointments for your family now before heading on vacation or before the school year begins.
Here at South Reno Dental, we are a trusted family dentist in Reno. Many patients are curious about what a typical checkup for their family looks like. Family dental services typically are a professional deep cleaning and detailed examination of your teeth, gums, and other oral issues. We are skilled in taking care of everyone in your family, from infants to grandparents, with the option to pursue additional restorative treatment if necessary.
We also offer our older patients an oral cancer screening in addition to teeth cleanings in Reno. These comprehensive exams and screenings are great ways of being proactive against major issues like tooth decay, gum disease, gingivitis or periodontitis.
Let’s go through what we offer to all members of your family!
Did you know that the American Dental Association suggests your child’s first dentist visit should be between when their first tooth comes and then their first birthday? For children, we recommend regular appointments as a way to check-in on their oral health. As a reminder, dental problems are easy to treat in the beginning stages.
Appointments for children are (usually) short and typically involve little to no treatment, all while making sure there are no problems with the existing teeth.
Good oral hygiene is necessary for children because even their baby teeth can affect their smile for years to come. These baby teeth serve as placeholders for the permanent ones, so if a primary tooth is permanently out of place, all other teeth can shift to cause future problems.
Our job is to help your kids have strong teeth that follow them into adulthood. Having a proper oral hygiene routine, teaching them to floss, get regular fluoride treatments and paying attention to their diets or nutritional needs should be your priority as a parent!
We’ve got you covered with any potential cosmetic dentistry procedures. This procedure has skyrocketed in popularity as people look to make changes in improving their teeth and overall smile.
Teeth whitening and improving the bright white color of your smile is a popular one as it’s basic and cost-effective.
Just one professional cleaning can improve the look and feel of your smile.
On a surface level, plaque is the culprit for any disease or harm caused to your teeth, specifically the harmful bacteria. A buildup of plaque will lead to a calcified buildup known as tartar. Our cleaning process will remove that with an ultrasonic scaler for a safer, deeper, and more effective clean.
Are you looking for the right kind of oral surgery in Reno? We can help with that. From tooth extractions, wisdom teeth removal, or dental implants, we work closely with Dr. Scott Redlinger of Reno-Tahoe Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Center.
Let’s discuss tooth extractions. Extractions are necessary for impacted teeth or have yet to erupt, or protrude out of the gumline. Both of these types of procedures are necessary to prevent infection and other issues.
Dental implants are a regular procedure at Reno-Tahoe Oral Surgery.
Here’s the breakdown of what a dental implant is:
It’s a small titanium post that gets surgically embedded into the jawbone, and will eventually become the rooted part of a prosthetic tooth, fusing to the bone over time. This process is called osseointegration and allows the implant to support your bite in a similar fashion as a natural tooth would.
Lastly, oral sedation is available for anyone looking to be as comfortable as possible during big procedures. It’s safe, effective, and provided to you at our offices by an experienced assistant.
South Reno Dental offers emergency dental services and same day appointments in Reno. Some things like broken fillings, excessive bleeding, or knocking out permanent teeth can happen at any time. At South Reno Dental, we always leave time available for these emergency teeth restoration services.
Want to learn more about the services we provide and to schedule an appointment? Click here to contact South Reno Dental.