Our Modern Services
Because we love caring for all family members, we are proud to offer a variety of comprehensive dental treatments.
All of Our Dental Services At a Glance
Mitchell Dentistry at its Best
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Mitchell Dentistry for Your Family
Regular six-month exams are proven to reduce dental problems. During a typical exam, Dr. Jennifer or Dr. Eric Veurink will consult your medical history, x-rays, and will use modern technology to look around your mouth. Once completed, your dentist will provide you with the most suitable options and answer any questions you have.
With regular cleanings, our skilled hygienists will have your smile looking and feeling great. Even with a solid oral hygiene routine, there are times when plaque can build up and this needs to be removed with professional cleaning. Your hygienist will also educate you on the best daily brushing and flossing techniques.
Healthy gums are the foundation for a healthy smile! However, millions are affected by periodontal (gum) disease, which can lead to bleeding, pain, and more serious dental problems. We can help prevent and treat this disease with non-invasive care before it becomes serious.
Fillings are a very common tooth restoration when decay damages your teeth. Our Mitchell dentistry experts are able to use composite, natural-looking fillings to restore the functionality and look of your tooth. The fillings are durable, long-lasting, and can be placed in one visit.
Many children (and sometimes adults) struggle to clean the deeper grooves in their teeth, especially towards the back of the mouth. Sealants, a thin transparent coating, are used fill these grooves and prevent food or debris from getting trapped there, which can lead to tooth decay.
Missing multiple teeth can be traumatic, but is a natural part of aging for many. The good news is that your caring dentists in Mitchell and Kimball offer both full and partial dentures. Full dentures are used when all teeth are missing on the top or bottom of your mouth, while partials replace only a few missing teeth. Both are natural-looking and restore the functionality of your smile.
Unfortunately there are times when conservative dentistry cannot save your tooth due to severe decay or trauma. In these instances, we may need to extract the tooth. This is performed by numbing and preparing the surrounding area, removing the tooth, and keeping the area clean. After an extraction, we can replace the tooth with a bridge, implant, or partial.
Occasionally a tooth may become cracked or broken and require repair. A crown can be custom-made to repair your tooth and make it look like new. If your tooth is missing, a bridge consisting of a crown is anchored between two teeth, replacing the absent tooth. Both procedures use digital impressions to create a custom restoration that suits your smile.
If you have missing teeth, you'll want to replace it as soon as possible with dental implants. Implants are synthetic posts placed into the jaw to replicate a natural tooth root. The post is topped with a custom-made crown to restore your smile’s function and look.Learn About Dental Implants
Veneers are thin shells designed to cover your teeth’s imperfections and leave you with a beautiful, straight, and white smile. Veneers are bonded to your teeth and can cover over chips and cracks. Made of porcelain, they look and function like real teeth. Plus, they can be cared for in the same way as your natural teeth too.Learn About Porcelain Veneers
There are times when decay has advanced to the inside of your tooth and, if left untreated, could lead to complications. Root canals remove the decay on the inside of your tooth (pulp), clean the infected area, and seal it. This treatment can save your tooth and, thanks to modern technology, is not very painful.Learn About Root Canals
We offer two types of mouth guards to protect your teeth. Night guards are worn when you sleep to prevent grinding, correct misalignment, or stop snoring. The sports mouth guards are designed to protect your teeth from trauma. Both types of mouth guards are custom-made to fit comfortably and get maximum results.
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