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Welcome to Smile For Life Dental Care.

About Our Team

Crowns

Cavities, broken teeth, root canals, and worn down enamel are just a few of various factors that can result in needing a crown. Serving as extra protection to the tooth, dental crowns are made of a safe, durable material. Whether you need to get them for cosmetic purposes or in case of extensive tooth damage, our dentist can easily evaluate what type of crowns are right for your case.

Some instants which lead to a person needing dental crowns include:

  • Root canal treatment, since it often requires a significant portion of the tooth to be removed

  • Weaker teeth at risk of further damage

  • Cosmetic reasons

  • Chipped or broken teeth

 

Teeth Cleaning

Even if you brush your teeth often, it’s beneficial to have professional teeth cleaning done regularly. The buildup of plaque, tar, and stains can occur to everyone, especially in hard to reach areas of the mouth. A period, professional teeth cleaning, along with practicing daily dental hygiene, with help you maintain excellent oral health.

 

Emergency Dental Treatments

Whether you are experiencing a toothache or gum discomfort, our team can help. Our office provides emergency dental care to resolve any dental problems as quickly as possible. Contact our office for more information on the emergency service we offer.

 

Invisalign

For minor to moderate misalignment, Invisalign is an alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign is a clear aligner, created by the orthodontist, that is clear and fitted to your teeth. Our dentist must first determine your eligibility for this treatment and will provide tips on how to keep your aligner in proper condition.


 

Teeth Whitening

Sometimes stains that accumulate on our teeth make them noticeably dull. Our teeth whitening services address your teeth’s appearance. An appointment with our dentist is necessary to determine which teeth whitening procedure is suitable for you.



 

Oral Abscess Treatments

When there is pain or irritation in your mouth, it may be due to an infection, such as abscess. Poor dental hygiene causes this condition and if not treated promptly, can spread and infect the surrounding teeth. If you experience symptoms of abscess, such as swollen gums and pus, contact us immediately.

 

Taking care of teeth is vital for your oral health. Here a Smile For Life Dental Care, we take great pride in providing superb dental services. We are a team of devoted professionals who work hard to ensure we are providing you with a beautiful smile!

If you’re interested in learning more about our team or our treatment options or would like to schedule an appointment, call our office at 636-937-6965 today. Our team is here to answer any questions you may have.