Our Services

We've got a dental solution for everybody in the family.

We serve patients of all ages in the community. We are experienced in dental care for toddlers all the way up to senior adults. We are no strangers to any dental treatment, and we’ll make sure you feel as if you have found your perfect dental home.

New Patient Dental Exams and Cleanings

Your dental care starts with your first call to us. At your first appointment, our staff carefully assess your oral condition, looking for signs of cavities, gum disease, or other issues. Feel free to call us and we’ll work with your schedule and insurance to book your first appointment!

Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Bonding & Veneering

Cosmetic dentistry is a great option for patients who want to improve the appearance of their teeth or gums, including color, shape, size, and position. We offer dental bonding, where we apply tooth-colored resin to repair chips in your teeth or to change the shape and color of a tooth. Veneers are a permanent solution where individual shells of porcelain are made to cover the front side of your teeth. They cover permanently stained teeth, chipped teeth, and hide gaps

Children's Dentistry

At Kidental, our priority is to make the dentist visit a comfortable experience for children, no matter how young. We see children as early as 1 year old, when their teeth start coming in, to ensure healthy teeth from an early age. We provide routine check-ups and dental treatment while encouraging healthy dental habits to keep your children’s teeth in top shape year-round.

Invisalign® for Children & Adults

For patients looking to get their teeth straightened without getting metal braces, Invisalign® is the perfect non-intrusive procedure. Invisalign® uses a series of clear aligners with the same benefits as traditional braces while being far less noticeable. Be sure to receive your consultation from us to find out if Invisalign® is your next step for a perfect smile.

Gum Disease Treatment

Gum disease is an infection of the tissue around the teeth that stems from poor oral hygiene. When plaque and tartar build up around the base of your teeth, they can cause swollen, red, and tender gums. Bleeding might also occur when you floss or brush. It’s important to treat gum disease while it’s in its earliest stages (gingivitis), before the disease damages gum and bone (periodontitis). Treatment for gum disease may be nonsurgical or surgical, depending on the severity of the disease and oral health. We offer nonsurgical treatments, including scaling, deep cleaning, laser therapy, and root planing. During these scaling procedures, we use tools to reach beneath the gum line to remove plaque and tartar buildup on the surfaces of your roots. Surgical options for more severe cases of gum disease include pocket reduction surgery, gingivectomy, frenectomy, and crown lengthening. These procedures utilize our latest laser technology to precisely remove infected gum tissue or make meticulous incisions along the gum to remove underlying buildup.

Laser Dentistry

We stay up to date and ahead of the times by adopting the latest in technology and laser dentistry is one of them for its advantages in precision, its minimally invasive nature, reduced pain and discomfort, and faster healing times. In this technique, highly focused and intense beams of light energy, generated by lasers, are used to treat dental issues and perform different dental procedures.

Crowns & Implants

Here at Kidental, we prioritize restoring not only the aesthetics but also the function of your teeth. Crowns are tooth-shaped covers for damaged teeth to provide protection and strength. We conduct all necessary impressions and scans at the office and get you back for crown seating within 2 weeks to glue your new crown into place. For a more permanent solution for damaged or missing teeth, we offer implants. We surgically place an artificial tooth root into the jawbone, followed by a prosthetic tooth attached on top. Come in for a consultation to determine whether a crown or implant is the solution for your smile.

Sports Guards & Night Guards

Bruxism is the term used for teeth grinding. When you clench or grind your teeth subconsciously during the day or during your sleep, it can cause strain and stress on your teeth and jaws, potentially leading to tooth damage and jaw pain. To prevent any damage to the teeth or jaws, we recommend getting a mouth guard. We take a custom impression of your mouth and create a durable mouth guard that you can wear whenever you frequently grind your teeth. Mouth guards are a great multipurpose layer of protection, whether it’s for teeth grinding or to protect your teeth while playing sports.

Root Canal

For teeth that have been severely decayed or a tooth infection with an abscess, a filling would be inadequate, and a root canal would be the better choice. A root canal is necessary when an infection has entered the pulp of a tooth (the soft inside tissue with blood vessels and nerves) and causes a puss pocket, known as an abscess, which can cause symptoms of swelling, headaches, or pain. We’ll remove the decayed root and fill the tooth to prevent future decay. Root canals are the best method to prevent extracting the tooth altogether.

Zoom! Whitening

If you’re looking to get your teeth whitened, we provide Zoom! Whitening, a teeth-whitening procedure that only takes one visit to leave you with a smile that’s up to 8 shades whiter. The procedure utilizes a whitening gel followed by a blue LED light to make the whitening gel work faster. The process leaves you with instantly whiter teeth and little to no sensitivity.


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Give us a call or book online, we’re always here for you!

Monday: 7 AM – 3 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM – 6 PM
Wednesday – Friday: 7 AM – 3 PM
Saturdays: CALL ONLY

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