Our Dental Services
Village Dental is proud to offer a wide range of services to meet all of our patient’s needs. Our staff is trained to perform a variety of dental procedures in many areas of dentistry. Our goal is to be able to meet and exceed your expectations. If you have a problem, we are confident we have the solution! Please take a look at our popular services listed below. You can click on a service to learn more!
Six Month Smiles
Six Month Smiles can give you straight teeth and a beautiful smile without all of the wires and brackets associated with braces. As its name implies, you can restore your confident smile in six months at an affordable cost.
Don’t let fear keep you from getting important dental work done! Sedation dentistry will leave you completely relaxed during your appointment and will leave you with little memory of the procedure. It is used by millions of patients and is completely safe.
If you have a tooth that is chipped or broken, a crown can restore the tooth to its natural look in two or three visits. Crowns are durable, functional, and visually pleasing.
Bonding is the procedure that will restore slightly chipped, discolored, or crooked teeth with a white-colored filling. Numerous shades are available, so your dentist will be able to match the natural color of your teeth for a natural looking smile.
A bridge will use your existing teeth as anchors to support a replacement tooth where one is missing. They will fit comfortably, look natural, and function practically.
Dental implants involve implanting natural looking replacement teeth directly into the gum and jawbone. Because the tooth is implanted directly into the bone, the long-term integrity of the bone structure is preserved. Your implant will look and feel just like a real tooth!
Veneers make use of thin, ceramic shells to cover cracks, crooked teeth, chipped teeth, and stained teeth. This is a top choice for patients looking to restore a natural look to their smile with a simple, affordable procedure.
Dentures are removable replacement teeth that restore the natural smile of a patient who is missing some or all of his natural teeth. Partial dentures will replace one or several teeth, while full dentures are for patients who are missing all of their natural teeth.
The best kind of dentistry is preventative work that keeps a patient’s mouth, teeth, and gums healthy and free of major problems. Regular check ups and cleaning can greatly reduce many major dental problems and spot any future problems when they first begin to appear.
Cosmetic dentistry involves any procedure which brightens a patient’s smile and makes it more aesthetically pleasing. This can include teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental implants, and more. Simple financing is available.
One of the most powerful tools you have for long-term oral health is regular professional cleaning of your teeth. Your hygienist has professional tools that allow him to clean plaque and kill bacteria in a way that your normal oral hygiene can not do. At these cleanings, your dentist will also be able to spot any potential problems in their earliest stages.
Teeth whitening is a wonderful way to brighten your smile by several shades. Your dentist can give you a dazzling smile in time for your next reunion or job interview.
Inlays & Onlays
Inlays and onlays are partial crowns that are used to restore shape, strengthen existing tooth structure, and prevent future damage in order to save existing teeth. It involves the removal of any tooth decay and the placing of the inlay/onlay to restore a natural look.
Sinus augmentation is a minor surgery for adding bone structure to your upper jaw. This is typically done in order to create enough bone structure to place dental implants or crowns.
Bone grafting involves adding bone tissue to build a dental ridge that is large and strong enough to receive dental implants. On a smaller scale, bone grafting may also be done to simply provide enough bone to cover the sides of dental implants. The bone tissue typically comes from the patient’s own mouth.
A root canal is a great way for your dentist to retain your original tooth while dealing with pain and tooth decay that has reached the pulp of your tooth. Decayed tissue is removed and the tooth is sealed against future infection. Advancements in dental tools and technique have caused root canals to become relatively painless.
Sometimes it just becomes necessary to remove a tooth. Your dentist can help you make the best decision about tooth removal, and he can also perform the extraction with minimal discomfort.
Grinding or clenching your teeth in your sleep can have numerous negative effects. Your dentist can custom-fit a guard for your teeth in order to resolve this destructive habit.
Your dentist will always provide thorough instructions for recovery after any procedure. Follow these instructions carefully for maximum results from your treatment.