Trenton Smiles Dental - Trenton

General Dentistry in Trenton

From regular dental check-ups and cleanings to complete mouth restorations, we provide outstanding care with remarkable results.
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Comprehensive Dental Services from Start to Finish

Preserve the longevity of your teeth and uphold optimal oral health through consistent dental care. Scheduling regular dentist visits and addressing potential issues at their onset can prevent pain, discomfort, and unforeseen costs. If you’re facing challenges with your teeth, gums, or overall oral well-being, restorative dental treatments can guide you back to comfort. General dentistry prioritizes your holistic health. Here are the benefits you can anticipate from both preventive and corrective care:

Preventative Care:
  • Achieve naturally radiant teeth without the need for bleaching.
  • Early detection of potential issues through X-rays.
  • Gums that are free from itching or bleeding.
  • Composite fillings to effectively stop cavities.
  • Reduced sensitivity to temperature extremes in foods.
  • Combat and prevent the onset of tooth decay.
  • Prolong the lifespan of dental prosthetics and devices.
Restorative Dentistry:
  • Treat infections to preserve your natural tooth.
  • Replace lost teeth with solutions that mimic nature.
  • Restore damaged teeth to their original state.
  • Tailored prosthetics and dental devices.
  • Improve your ability to eat, ensure better sleep, and elevate your overall quality of life.

Our General Dentistry services

Composite Fillings

White fillings, which are matched to the colour of your natural teeth, are used to fill cavities in order to prevent them from increasing in size or causing permanent damage to your tooth. They provide a seamless appearance that blend in seamlessly with your other teeth.

Dental Bonding

This dental treatment can be used to either repair chips and cracked teeth or enhance the appearance of already healthy teeth.

Dental Bridges

Achieve seamless dental restoration by replacing your missing tooth or teeth with a meticulously crafted dental prosthesis that serves as a lasting solution.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are a pivotal component of restorative dentistry, significantly enhancing the strength, aesthetics, and durability of your teeth.

Dental Extractions

At Trenton Smiles, we specialize in pain-free dental extractions and oral surgery in Trenton, offering a compassionate approach to tooth removal. Whether you're facing the removal of baby teeth, need teeth extracted for orthodontic reasons, or require urgent care for a painful or infected tooth, our expert team is here to ensure your comfort and health.

Dental Implants

An Implant acts like a natural tooth root and is finished off with a restoration such as a dental crown to help restore the function of your teeth, look good and feel natural.

Dentures

Acquire new dentures or upkeep and mend your full or partial sets. These contemporary dental devices can replace multiple or all of your teeth with utmost ease and minimal discomfort.

Root Canal

Root canals can be careful, quick, and relatively pain-free bringing you immediate relief and saving your natural tooth.

Teeth Cleanings

Regular checkups and cleanings prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Plan your cleaning and checkup every 6 to 8 months to prevent the sudden onset of dental pain and unexpected expenses.

The Value of Timely Care and Regular Maintenance

A proactive approach often prevents larger issues down the road. Your well-being is our utmost concern, and we genuinely want to see you smile. Our advice for routine care and early intervention stems from genuine concern for your health. Addressing dental issues as they arise and maintaining the health of your teeth, gums, jaw, and tongue can help in avoiding pain, discomfort, and unexpected costs in the future. This proactive approach is what keeps our patients smiling confidently.

Preserve Your Natural Teeth Longer

Did you realize that cavities are the primary reason for tooth loss in young adults, while gum disease is more prevalent in older individuals? Establishing a robust oral care routine at home can fortify your dental health. During your regular check-ups, we can identify the initial stages of gum disease and decay, allowing timely intervention before they escalate.

Cost-Effective Oral Care

Regular dental cleanings and check-ups are affordable and foreseeable expenses that can be accommodated within a budget. Early treatments for signs of tooth decay, like composite fillings, are not only cost-effective but also a wise investment for long-term oral health. On the other hand, extensive treatments needed for more severe dental issues tend to be pricier.

Enjoy Easy Oral Comfort

The beauty of excellent dental health is the sheer absence of discomfort or concern. You’re free from pain, inflammation, or overwhelming toothaches. There’s no need to be selective about your food or feel uneasy about your appearance. Teeth that receive consistent care are naturally radiant, comfortable, and dependable.

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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

A standard check-up encompasses both a dental cleaning and an examinationn. Regular cleanings help remove the persistent plaque and tartar that can accumulate despite consistent brushing and flossing. Additionally, these check-ups enable the dental team to oversee your overall oral health, focusing particularly on potential trouble spots.

Residual food particles, particularly those trapped in difficult-to-access areas, serve as nourishment for oral bacteria. As these bacteria flourish, they produce acid which accumulates on the teeth, eroding the enamel. Consuming foods and beverages high in sugar or acidity, such as sodas or coffee, can further expedite tooth decay.

Certain individuals have a genetic inclination to develop more cavities than others. This could be due to an inherent vulnerability to bacteria that cause cavities or having teeth that are closely packed, making them challenging to clean. The most effective strategy for everyone is to prioritize impeccable oral care and adopt healthy eating habits to tilt the odds in their favour.

Indeed. The advantage of fillings is that they halt the progression of tooth decay and ward off potential discomfort. Addressing the issue with a filling while it’s still minor and manageable is a proactive approach for your dental well-being.

Tooth decay is preventable, and in some cases, even reversible through regular cleanings. Early indications of decay can be addressed using fluoride treatments and composite fillings. An infected tooth can often be preserved with a root canal. For extensively decayed teeth, a natural-looking dental crown can serve as a cap, or dental veneers can provide a new surface. If a tooth is severely compromised, extraction might be considered, but the functionality and aesthetics of your smile can be regained with implants or bridges. The best treatment varies based on individual needs and circumstances.

Routine teeth cleaning and regular dental check-ups are not only safe but also highly recommended during pregnancy. The primary aim is to stave off potential oral infections and address any dental issues that might arise during this period. In case of a dental emergency, like an infection, more comprehensive treatments like a root canal might be necessary. However, it’s advisable to delay elective procedures, like teeth whitening, until after the birth of the baby.

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