We’ll help you avoid painful & costly complications down the road
Our team is here to help you achieve your oral health goals.
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic dental injury, the first thing you should do is call us right away. We will walk through what to do next with no waiting time! The ER isn’t equipped for handling these types of emergencies and will often turn around and refer you to a dentist. We make time in our schedule every day to accommodate emergency appointments and are on call 24/7 when our patients need us. If you’ve had a tooth knocked out, the American Association of Endodontists has some helpful advice on what to do until you can come see us.
If clenching and tooth-grinding is wearing down your pearly whites, a custom nightguard can help protect your teeth and jaw. Custom nightguards are specially fitted to keep damage at bay. When fitted with this essential dental appliance during sleep time hours, you’ll have peace knowing your smile and jaw are protected.
Oral Cancer Screenings
Oral cancer can be a serious and life-threatening illness. We screen every patient for abnormalities in the mouth or anything else that doesn’t seem right so we can take care of those issues as quickly as possible. These abnormalities include changes in your gums or tongue shape, discoloration, or teeth sensitivity. If you are concerned that you or a loved one may have oral cancer, schedule with us now.
Oral hygiene is not only important for your teeth, but it also helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay. To improve oral health, you should brush twice a day, floss daily or at least once a week before brushing if possible, swish water in mouth after meals to help wash away food particles that can lead to plaque buildup on the teeth edges. It’s best to schedule an appointment with our dental team every six months so they can make sure there isn’t any tartar or other build up from missed sessions!
We’re happy to offer quality preventive, general and restorative dentistry for kids in Fairport. We place a strong emphasis on education, so your little ones know the importance of oral health from day one by teaching them how to properly brush their teeth at home with our help. It’s important that they get regular visits too because we can make sure there are no other issues through spotting early warning signs like plaque or tartar buildup before it becomes more serious.