General Dentistry - Preventative, restorative, and cosmetic care are every human’s right. Prevention is an important tool in the maintenance of good oral hygiene which affects your overall health.
However, we can’t always plan for everything and despite our best efforts, we may still get cavities or suffer from dental trauma. That’s where restorative and emergency dental treatment come in to repair damaged teeth and replace missing ones.
Don’t forget about the importance of feeling good in your smile! Cosmetic dentistry is just as valuable as all other aspects of dentistry. Patients who are pleased with the aesthetics of their smile are more consistent with caring for their teeth.
Oral Surgery - Dr. Finney offers a range of surgical procedures, including dental implants, bone grafts, and surgical extractions. Dental implants replace missing teeth with a stable biocompatible titanium post that doesn’t move because it’s embedded in the jawbone.
This is the only tooth replacement that can last for a lifetime and prevents bone loss. However, to be a good candidate, you need sufficient bone support. If you’ve had extensive tooth loss, gum disease, or other conditions, you may lack healthy jawbone structure.
Thankfully, we can use bone grafts to replace and regenerate the missing jawbone. This will not only improve the success of dental implants, but it will also restore support to your facial muscles.
Experiencing symptoms of impacted wisdom teeth like jaw pain, gum inflammation, cysts, sinus problems, bad breath, damage to surrounding teeth, and infection? Impacted wisdom teeth are caused by a lack of jaw space in the mouth and it’s recommended that you have them removed to avoid these problems. We can make an incision to gain access to the teeth and remove them.
Invisalign - The days of shifting teeth with metal brackets and wires are over. No more do adults need to refrain from correcting misaligned teeth because they’re embarrassed about what others will think. Invisalign is a removable plastic clear aligner system that places gentle pressure on the teeth to gradually shift them discreetly. This comes with tons of benefits, including improved comfort, aesthetics, hygiene, and treatment length.