A focus on preventive and general dentistry helps you maintain the highest standard of oral health while limiting dental expenditures. A partnership between you and our team pays dividends, protecting your smile now and well into the future. Please call (314) 375-5353 in Downtown St. Louis, (314) 678-7876 in Clayton or email us to schedule your appointment.
Every time you are in our dental chair, we review many aspects of your health. Subtle changes in the lining of your mouth call for a closer evaluation, regardless of tobacco use. Early detection of oral cancer saves many lives every year, and w are trained to recognize a myriad of oral tissue abnormalities.
Everyone loves the smooth, glassy surface of freshly polished teeth. Our registered dental hygienists help you maintain optimal health, which goes far beyond polished enamel. With a regular preventive schedule, we can remove the bacterial deposits that lead to dental disease. We also monitor for silent problems, such as tooth decay or gum disease before they become major issues.
Optimal dental health results from a healthy partnership between you and us. While we can provide critical support, your efforts every day make all the difference. And with the unlimited number of product resources available today, we can help you customize a protocol that works perfectly for your dental condition.
Sometimes dental problems follow otherwise healthy people through life. Understanding the causes behind dental disease can eliminate the frustration that builds as teeth deteriorate. Creating a customized preventive routine can leave you looking forward to the good news at your dental visits.
Metal grins fill the pages of many high school yearbooks. Braces offer benefits at many different stages of life. Identifying problems at an early age often allows ideal timing in orthodontic treatment, resulting in a perfect outcome. Monitoring growth and development at your child’s regular preventive visits is just part of our commitment to your family’s dental health.
Deep crevices run across the chewing surface of molars. Even though a toothbrush can skim across these surfaces, the narrow grooves trap bacteria beyond the bristles. Cavities may form and end up abscessing without warning, destroying valuable tooth structure. Protecting the grooves with a bonded sealer might be worth exploring.