Dental Exam

Exams

Dental exams are an essential component of preventative care, and we typically recommend having them twice per year, along with a professional cleaning. […]

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Dental Cleanings

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry involves the care, diagnosis, and treatment of children from birth until adulthood. […]

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Dental Cleaning

Cleanings

Having professional dental cleanings twice per year is the best way to ensure the lifelong health of your teeth and gums. […]

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Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal therapy is a specialized type of cleaning procedure that involves the treatment and maintenance of moderate to severe periodontal disease (often called gum disease). […]

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Digital Xrays

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-Rays offer numerous advantages over conventional film and have become the standard of care in most dental settings. […]

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Digital Impressions (iTero)

The iTero scanner is a digital intraoral scanner that produces quick colorized images to improve patient comfort, streamline workflow, reduce error, and speed up dental procedures. […]

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Invisalign

Invisalign treatment is the process of wearing a series of clear, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth. […]

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Dental Technology

Technology

Oz Family Dentistry utilizes “useful” technology. We incorporate pictures of your teeth from an intra oral camera to our flat panel TV monitors to better explain procedures or show you exactly where a cavity is starting. […]

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Composite (Tooth Colored) Fillings

Composite (Tooth Colored) Fillings

Composite fillings are used to directly restore decayed, chipped, or aesthetically compromised teeth. […]

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Crowns

A dental crown restores a tooth that is too badly decayed, fractured, or weakened for a regular filling. […]

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Implants

Dental implants are the gold standard for replacing a single, missing tooth, and can also be used to replace multiple missing teeth or support dentures or other fixed prostheses. […]

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Bridges

Dental bridges are one option for replacing missing teeth. […]

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Missing teeth? Unhappy with the shape, color or spaces? Oz Family Dentistry offers a variety of cosmetic dental treatment… […]

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Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening procedures improve the appearance of your smile by removing unwanted stains or reversing the natural darkening or tooth structure that happens with age. […]

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Emergency Care

Dental Emergencies

We understand that when you are in severe pain, or when a tooth breaks, you may not have the option to wait several days for treatment. […]

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Root Canals

Root Canal Therapy is a procedure performed when the internal space of a tooth has become infected with bacteria. […]

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Tooth Extractions

Tooth Extractions

With regular dental visits and good home care, it is rarely necessary to remove a tooth. […]

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Complete Dentures

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures–sometimes referred to as false teeth or plates–are removable dentures that replace all of the teeth in either one or both arches (upper and lower jaw). […]

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Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are removable dentures that are most often used to replace multiple missing teeth. […]

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Night Guards/TMJ Disorder

Do you experience pain in your jaw on opening or closing? Have you ever gotten your jaw stuck shut or open? Do you have chronic headaches? If so, you may have Temporomandibular Joint Disorder or TMJD, often referred to casually as TMJ. […]

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Athletic Mouth Guards

Mouth guards help protect the teeth and the soft tissue of the mouth–tongue, cheeks, gums–from injury during activity that may result in impact (i.e. during sports). […]

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Snore Guards

Snore guards move the jaw forward in order to increase the size of the upper airway, reducing the air resistance that is responsible for snoring and sleep apnea. […]

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