Advanced Dentistry of Woodland’s experienced dentists are happy to help you decide if dentures, implant-supported dentures, or dental implants are the best choice. Contact our office today to make an appointment and get your smile back.
If periodontal disease is caught early enough, treatment can help the gums to reattach to your teeth by reducing the size of the pockets formed by the bacteria. If you have sensitive or bleeding gums, don’t wait to get treatment!
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you again in our office as soon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to reopen.
Are you interested in improving the way your teeth look? We are dedicated to helping you get the smile of your dreams. Read our blog to learn about three ways we can help you transform your smile.
Invisalign is a wonderful way to straighten your teeth more discreetly and comfortably. Read our blog for some tips on keeping your clear aligners clean. If you haven’t started clear aligner therapy yet, give us a call so we can get you started on a straighter smile.
When you get a tooth extracted it’s important to allow time for healing. Read our blog for some tips on what to eat that will keep you from starving but also allow your mouth to heal properly. Your health and comfort are important to us at Advanced Dentistry of Woodland.
This is a good time to review your dental benefits to be sure you are getting the most out of what you are paying for. Have you had two professional cleanings this year? There’s still time to visit our office to maximize your benefits.
Read our blog to learn more about the many things that can cause tooth pain. Don’t let a toothache go untreated. Sometimes it’s a warning sign that something needs to be fixed. We can help you get comfortable again.
Sometimes children feel anxious about visiting the dentist which can interfere with maintaining their oral health. Our blog post has ideas to help your children get the most out of their dental visits without causing too much stress for either one of you. We want your children to look forward to visiting our office. Call us today.
Do you have questions about the signs and symptoms that indicate root canal therapy is needed? The pain won’t go away on its own and will get worse if it’s ignored. Read our blog post for answers then call us so we can provide relief from your discomfort.