Did you know that our general health is closely linked to our oral health? It’s true. This is why it’s so important to maintain a clean and healthy mouth, which means making sure our teeth and gums are periodically cared for. At Beacon Dental Health, we offer a wide range of general dentistry services to help keep you and your mouth as healthy as possible. Providing preventive dental care is a huge part of that goal, but we also offer a comprehensive range of quality services to meet all of your dental needs. These include routine cleanings, orthodontic care, extractions, digital x-rays, annual exams and more. You’ll find everything you and your family need in a friendly, convenient, state-of-the-science dental practice near you. And that practice is Beacon Dental Health.
Major dental problems often begin with minor issues that can be prevented or corrected. This is the general goal of preventative dental care.
While it is vital to maintain a disciplined dental hygiene regimen at home, it is even more essential to have a routine cleaning performed by a professional twice yearly.
A comprehensive annual dental exam helps us diagnose potentially serious dental conditions in their early stages, from basic tooth decay to oral cancer.
Digital x-rays enable our dental team to see beyond what meets the eye, revealing the state of your oral health through an interior view of your teeth, gums and jaw.
As bacteria erodes the enamel of a tooth, it can cause the common problem known as cavities. Today, we fill cavities with a composite resin to match the color of your teeth.
A customized dental crown — sometimes called a cap — is used to restore the top of a single tooth that has been damaged or worn down over time
Whether from an accident or illness, chipped, gapped or discolored teeth can often be fixed through dental bonding and contouring, which uses composite resins to hide these small cosmetic flaws.
Most simple tooth extractions entail removing damaged or unhealthy teeth that are visible and easily accessed. However, when these teeth are below the gums, or impacted, removing them requires more involved procedures.