General dentistry treatment is crucial to the overall health of your smile and we are proud to offer a wide range of preventive, cosmetic, restorative, and additional dental services at our Hixson, TN, office.
Our additional dental services provide our patients with comprehensive care they can receive without needing to make appointments outside of our office. This provides both convenience for our busy patients and assurance that their dental care will be of the highest quality with every visit. We welcome patients of all ages to receive our comprehensive additional dental services to improve and maintain the health and beauty of their smiles!
Most likely, the majority of your treatment will consist of general dental care. But these services are just as important to the health of your teeth as cosmetic and restorative treatments! Our additional dental services in Hixson, TN, cover a wide range of oral conditions and treatments, including:
Dental sealants cover the chewing surfaces of back teeth and provide a shield against cavities and decay.
Fluoride varnish is a hardening coating applied to the teeth to strengthen the enamel and protect against decay.
Occlusal adjustments reshape the surface of teeth to restore balance to the bite to reduce stress to the jaw joints and muscles.
Oral pathology exams thoroughly check the soft tissues inside the mouth for abnormalities in color, texture, and size.
Sports mouthguards are custom-made to fit comfortably over the teeth and gums to absorb impact to the mouth and jaw.
Inlays and onlays provide support and strength to teeth with large cavities, chips, or other damage not necessitating a crown.
Pre-Prosthetic surgery’s purpose is to prepare the soft and hard tissues of the jaws for a comfortable prosthesis that will restore oral function, aesthetics and facial form.
Sleep apnea treatment includes custom night guards to keep the lower jaw and tongue from falling back and obstructing the upper airway.
Teeth grinding and clenching (bruxism) treatment involves custom night guards worn to keep teeth from touching.
TMJ treatment includes splints, occlusal adjustments, therapy, and other services to reduce pain in the jaw joints and muscles.