Dental Services Offered
Farmington Dental Care is located in Farmington, Missouri. We specialize in comprehensive dentistry for your entire family and emphasize excellent service, quality care and patient convenience.
At Farmington Dental Care, our office is centered around our patients. By pairing a calm atmosphere with modern technology, we created a place where our patients in Farmington receive the quality of dental care they need and deserve. From the moment you walk in our front door, our team will make you feel comfortable, secure and cared for. Our state-of-the art facility has the latest equipment, so we can offer you the most advanced treatment options.
Our team of dental professionals has taken a series of continuing education courses to keep us up-to-date on the latest dental techniques and industry standards. We give each patient personal, one-on-one attention to explain procedures, listen to concerns and answer questions.
Farmington Dental Care strives to provide lifetime care to the Farmington area, because oral health is integral to overall health. Our philosophy is to provide dental care that will be in your best interest now and in the future so your smile will last a lifetime!
We focus on lifetime preventative care and offer a full array of dental services to meet the individual needs and preferences of each patient. From routine cleanings to complete smile makeovers, we use the latest dental techniques to give our patients cutting-edge service.
Regular, professional teeth cleaning is highly recommended due to bacteria and plaque that regularly accumulates in the mouth and on teeth. Our dental cleaning process includes a thorough examination of your teeth and mouth, eliminating tartar and plaque, cleaning, flossing and polishing your teeth. Our dentist may also offer you additional information on how to keep your teeth in optimal shape.
Care for Dental Emergencies
If you require emergency dental care, our dentist is equipped to treat you and offer ongoing care and support. Don't wait, call our office when you need immediate assistance.
Whitening Your Teeth
Many people today are having their teeth whitened professionally in the dentist office. It is faster, effective and more affordable than ever. Whitening your teeth will offer you a beautiful smile that people will notice. Our dentist at Farmington Dental Care in Farmington Missouri can answer all your questions about which whitening procedure is best for you.
One Example Of An In-Office Teeth Whitening Procedure: Zoom
Zoom is an in-office teeth whitening procedure which is known to remove discoloration from your teeth. Zoom is a patented whitening gel that is applied to your teeth. The dentist will consult with you to explain the risks, requirements, and precautions of the procedure. From preliminary examination to the precautions and benefits, you can be sure that our dentist will gladly assist you with all your needs to ensure a comfortable experience.
Braces can be used to effectively correct alignment and crowded teeth. Even if your teeth are straight, your upper and lower jaws might not meet properly due to an issue with the alignment. These problems might result in other oral problems such as tooth decay, tooth loss and jaw problems.
If metal braces don't suit you, our dentist offers an alternative method called Invisalign. These are clear aligners that are custom made in accordance with your dental structure.
Invisalign are virtually invisible and fit perfectly over your teeth. They are engineered to provide the right amount of force in the right places. What this means for your teeth is that they will gradually move into perfect alignment. Ask our dentist about a suitable treatment plan for you.
Our dentist recommends visiting our office to learn more about teeth straightening. We guarantee dependability and accuracy throughout the process.
Application of Crowns
Many people who experience tooth decay, or a damaged tooth will assume their only option is extraction. Crowns can preserve your natural tooth by covering the damaged area and preventing further decay and extraction.
An abscess in the mouth are pockets in the gums which can result in cavities and infection if not taken care of. The common signs of an abscess include swollen gums and jaw aches. If you think you have an abscess, make an appointment with our dentist immediately, he or she can discuss the best treatment options available for you.
We look forward to serving all of your dental needs. Please call us today to learn how our dentist can personally care for you.