IV Conscious Sedation is a great option for those who feel anxious about getting fillings and other necessary dental procedures. While you’ll be conscious during your procedure, your anxiety will vanish and you will not recall the procedure afterwards.
Single Visit Crowns
Getting Crowns used to be a long procedure requiring multiple visits to the dentist and temporary crowns while you waited. With Cutting-Edge Cerec Technology, we can prepare your tooth for restoration, produce your new crown, and place it in your mouth all in the same day.
Lost teeth do more than just leave a hole in your mouth. They can cause speech impairments, difficulty eating, and can even affect the health of remaining teeth. Dental Implants are a long-lasting, natural way to replace lost teeth and restore your smile. An artificial root is played inside the jaw to hold the replacement tooth or bridge.
Regular Cleanings are one of the best ways to promote oral health and prevent tooth decay. Regular visits allow us to continually check on your oral health and catch problems before they become serious. Since oral health is linked to overall health, having your teeth cleaned twice a year can result in improved quality of life.
Though Botox is most commonly known for cosmetic purposes, it also has dental applications. Botox Injections can relieve facial and jaw pain due to TMD, Bruxism, and other conditions. Dr. Crofts has kept up with the research surrounding Botox injections and offers free consultations to find out if it’s a viable option for you.
When teeth become badly decayed or infected, sometimes the only option is a root canal treatment. Root canals can relieve your pain and save your smile. Since root canals are often in response to existing tooth pain, we do our best to schedule you quickly and get you on the road to recovery as soon as we can.
Crofts Family Dental offers full cosmetic dentistry services, including veneers, bonding, and straightening. We will help you improve the appearance of asymetrical teeth, close tooth gaps, fill spaces due to gum recession, and so much more!
Wisdom teeth that grow in improperly can cause a lot of pain and oral health problems. Consult Dr. Crofts to find out if wisdom tooth removal is right for you!