At Lake Dental Care, we offer technology-forward dental care for the whole family in a welcoming environment.
We make honest, informative recommendations and emphasize preventive care to help you and your family maintain positive dental health. We emphasize education during your appointments because we want to keep you well-informed about your oral care and any treatment you receive. Whether you are coming in for a routine visit or a corrective treatment, we look forward to helping you keep your smile strong and healthy.
Routine dental care is key to maintaining optimal dental health. Regular visits help us catch any dental issues early on before they become bigger, more costly problems for you down the road. According to the American Dental Association, you should see a dentist every 6 months to keep your smile strong and healthy. During these routine visits, your dentist will assess your dental health and perform deep cleanings that will remove bacteria, tartar, and debris that has collected under your gum line.
We offer warm, compassionate care for the whole family at every stage of life. Whether it’s your child’s first visit or it’s time for corrective care, we have a friendly, upbeat approach to dentistry and we’ll treat your family as an extension of our own. As part of our commitment to preventive pediatric care, we offer sealants to help protect your child’s teeth from decay. Sealants coat the chewing surfaces of teeth and keep them safe from problems down the road. With this simple procedure, you can rest easy knowing that the nooks and crannies of your child’s teeth are covered.
TMJ and sleep apnea are dental issues that can severely affect everyday activities like chewing, sleeping, and even breathing. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jaw to the temporal bones of the skull, and these dental issues occur when there are problems with the muscles and jaws in a patient’s face. Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) symptoms include headaches, loud snoring, muscle soreness, and a clicking jaw. At Lake Dental Care, we offer life-changing solutions like custom night and mouth guards for patients who suffer from these issues. Our dentists also offer therapeutic Botox treatment to help minimize jaw tension and eliminate headaches that are caused by TMJ. If you are experiencing any TMJ or sleep apnea symptoms, give us a call today to have a dentist assess your situation.
If you have a broken, damaged, or decaying tooth, our dentists may suggest an extraction. We provide local anesthetic that makes this routine procedure virtually painless, and our gentle dentists will make sure that you’re comfortable throughout the whole process. Once your tooth is extracted, Lake Dental Care also offers restorative solutions to fill the gap that is left behind. If you have a damaged or broken tooth, give us a call or visit our office today to go over your options.
A root canal is a treatment that our dentists may suggest if you have a damaged or infected tooth. Signs that your tooth may be infected are painful chewing and extreme sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures. To save your tooth and get you out of pain, our skilled dentists will perform a root canal that will remove the damaged pulp of the tooth, then clean and disinfect the area before filling and sealing it. Our office is equipped with modern technology that makes root canal procedures more comfortable, and often requires no more than one or two trips to the dentist. If you are showing signs of a damaged or infected tooth, give us a call today to go over your options.
According to the American Dental Association, periodontal disease is a dental issue that affects more than half of adults in the U.S. If your gums bleed when you brush or floss, or if your gums are swollen and receding, these are signs that you may have periodontal disease. At Lake Dental Care, we offer quality, compassionate care that will get your smile back on track. Our dentists will perform deep cleanings to remove tartar and minimize the effects of periodontal disease. If you’ve noticed any signs of periodontal disease, schedule an appointment today. With early treatment, we can prevent possible pain, bleeding gums, and tooth loss.
We love hearing from patients and answering any questions you may have about your dental health or the services we offer. Our knowledgeable team is happy to discuss the details of our treatment options, and we’ll always take the time to make sure you’re informed about any services you’re interested in. Call us at (763) 262-0259 to talk with our team and schedule an appointment.Call us today!