When it comes to great oral health your entire family should be on this adventure. When we say family dentistry we mean all kids, ages 0 to 99 and it includes routine check-ups, cleanings, fillings, crowns, and of course our Charlie approved, trademarked Smile Protector Program. Let Smile Magic take your whole family on a dental adventure that will last them a lifetime.
A comprehensive center for complete dental care.
From simple cleanings to crowns and even oral surgery, we’re here for all your dental needs. On top of that, we make visiting the dentist an adventure for your kids … oh, who are we kidding, it’s an adventure for you too! Come in and experience a more exciting and fun path to optimum oral health.
The adventure includes:
Sometimes called Oral Conscious Sedation. When you and the Dentist agree that memory-free dentistry is the best path, we use medication to help reduce the memory of the dental treatment and improve the overall dental adventure. Memory-free dentistry makes for a better quality of treatment, eases fears, helps with those who have difficulty staying still and makes it pleasant for those with extensive treatment needs. Treatment is done in-office so no hospital visit is needed and, unlike general anesthesia, there is no IV needle involved. Remember the good parts of the dental adventure and let the rest slip away.
As part of the journey to the ultimate smile, sometimes teeth need to be straightened so they are in the proper alignment. We have a board-certified orthodontist measure and evaluate the alignment of your teeth and bone structure. Orthodontic braces are then used to correct misaligned or crooked teeth. Straighter teeth mean a better smile, more confidence, and better function with proper biting patterns so teeth can last a lifetime. Ask us about different colors and styles.
Most often this refers to having the wisdom teeth extracted. The last set of molars to come in, the wisdom teeth can sometimes fail to emerge in proper alignment or they don’t come in at all, getting trapped between the jaw bone and the gum tissue. When they don’t come in, they’re called impacted teeth and can cause swelling, pain, and infection. Improperly aligned or impacted wisdom teeth cause problems so, we remove the teeth and the trouble. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause permanent damage to the jawbone, nearby teeth and sometimes lead to cysts and tumors. We suggest you have them removed before you’re 18 if they come in poorly.