General Dentistry involves the dental treatments for all ages with services geared toward general maintenance for oral hygiene and healthy mouth. General Dental procedures can provide an initial diagnosis, remove and restore the areas of decay, reduce teeth sensitivity, remove fully damaged teeth, fix broken teeth, cleaning and remove stains on teeth.

We at Million Smiles Dental offer the comprehensive array of general dentistry, providing preventative dental care services. Prevention is the main focus of General Dentistry. Avoiding cavities, jaw problems, and other issues that may develop can make treatment easier and more cost-effective. We provide general dental care that keeps your teeth healthy and your smile shining. Our strengths are the attention to high quality, advanced technology, onsite dental ceramic services and local services.

We ensure our staff pay attention to personalized customer service, and are sure you will feel at home from the minute you enter our clinic to when you step out the door.

Our Million Smiles Dental Services:

  • Dental Checkups
  • White Fillings
  • Porcelain Fillings
  • Porcelain Crowns
  • Porcelain Bridges
  • Root canal Treatments
  • Sedation Dentistry
  • Dental Risks and Complications
  • Preventive Dental
  • Children Dentistry

From a New Patient Check-up, Million Smiles Dental uses advance technologies: Digital X-Rays with Schick High Definition Sensors, Digital SLR Photography, Digital Intraoral Photography, DIAGNOcam to look through the surface of teeth in order to detect deeper Cracks, Digital 3D mouth scans to create a 3D digital scan, record all parts of teeth, gums and bite positions for future reference and tracking change over time.

“Dentistry is a field where you can have a positive impact on people’s lives – this is why we do what we do.”

We treat you and your entire family and we really care for your all oral health needs. Get in touch with us with your particular needs and we are always there to help you find the best and most affordable solution.

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