Oral exams are one of the most important ways to keep gums and teeth healthy, avoiding big, costly dental issues in the future. During your oral examination, your teeth and gums will be thoroughly examined for problems without compromising your comfort and safety.
After an oral examination, we will start the teeth cleaning process by removing tartar and plaque from your teeth with gentle brushing, polishing, and flossing. Your dentist will finish by applying fluoride on your teeth for added protection. This entire cleaning process will assist in fighting off cavities, germs and other diseases for a longer duration.
Our restorative dentistry services include damaged tooth repair, weak tooth strengthening, tooth decay and cavities treatment, infection treatment, missing teeth replacement, and smile appearance preservation. Let our dentists provide you with a strong and healthy smile with state-of-the-art care so that you can get back to doing the things you love.
Root canal therapy can save your tooth by using techniques designed to reach deep into the tooth to remove decay and infected tissue as efficiently as possible. Once the damaged tissue is removed, a “rubbery” material is filled into the cavity and is sealed off with a crown. Say hello to a stronger, pain-free tooth!
As a periodontics specialist, Dr. Andrew Dacunha is highly-trained in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of problems with the gums. If you suffer from bleeding gums, bad breath, or receding gums, it is crucial to your oral health to be treated. Dr. Andrew Dacunha is here to put aside your worries and enjoy freedom in positive oral health.
At St. Johns Smile Care, your dental health is our top priority. We are committed to doing everything we can to get you out of dental pain. We offer same-day dental appointments and have a team of dentists standing-by ready to treat your dental emergency. Click here to learn more. Get out of tooth pain today and call us today.
TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders cause symptoms like pain, bruxism (teeth grinding) or a “popping” sound. Good news – these problems can be easily diagnosed and treated at St. Johns Smile Care for a healthier and more comfortable jaw.