Preserve your natural smile and prevent serious dental problems with the general dentistry services at Bozeman Family Dentistry. With newly updated technology and proven preventative techniques, we make maintaining your oral health one of our highest priorities. Our general dentistry services are designed to keep you and your family looking and feeling great for years to come.
The general dentist will carefully examine your teeth and gums for any signs of inflammation, redness, cavities, tooth decay, or other oral health issues. We will also evaluate your current oral hygiene routine and review with you how to improve the at-home care for your teeth.
A composite filling is a restorative material used to “fill in” any missing portion of a tooth. A cavity, chipped tooth or other damage can occur for various reasons. This is when a dental filling is used to help restore the function and appearance of a missing tooth structure, while offering protection against further structural damage.
Professional dental cleaning is important for the health of your teeth, gums, and mouth. Regular cleanings help to prevent potential dental problems like plaque, tooth decay, and gum disease. Professional cleanings use specialized tools to clean areas that are difficult to reach with daily brushing and flossing.
Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth. We offer both complete dentures and partial dentures to fit all of our patients dental needs. Complete dentures are used to replace all of your teeth, while partial dentures are commonly used when only a few teeth are missing.
Periodontal diseases are gum infections that cause damage to the gums and destroy the natural support of your teeth. We offer periodontal evaluations and cleanings to focus on the health of your gums, and to catch gingivitis early before it develops into gum disease. Get Started by Scheduling Your Appointment.
A root canal is a surgical dental procedure used to replace the soft nerve tissue within the core of a tooth that has been badly damaged or decayed. The inside of the tooth is carefully removed, cleaned, and then sealed to prevent further harm. The root canal essentially saves the tooth from being lost or developing a serious infection.