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Your family and their health are your first priority. Studies have shown a direct connection between oral health and overall wellness, which makes having a healthy smile even more important!
Your family's' health is our first priority also. Our dental practice is geared toward family dentistry and we have dental treatments that will keep your family's smiles healthy and attractive.
‘‘My family and I needed a new dentist, so we came to Exceptional Smiles, and the staff here are so nice. My daughter was a little nervous, but Dr. Eye is really great with children, and he has tons of experience with kids. We are so happy with our experience here and won't be going anywhere else. I definitely recommend coming here!
Rebekah S., (5-Star Google Review)
‘‘I have been a patient of Dr. Eye’s for several years now, and I am very pleased to have such a wonderful, caring dentist. My husband, son, mother, and in-laws all see Dr. Eye. I would recommend Dr. Eye to anyone that is looking for a new dentist.
Jenny C., (5-Star Google Review)
Don't be afraid of the dentist anymore!
Sedation dentistry uses medication to help you relax during your dental treatment. Oral conscious sedation offers differing levels of sedation from light to moderate and can be used during any procedure.
If you have let dental anxiety stop you from getting the dental treatment you need, sedation dentistry can be a truly life-changing solution!
Maintainance is vital for a healthy smile.
A good oral care routine at home is very important for healthy teeth and gums. Even with the most diligent brushing and flossing, it's still hard to remove all disease-causing bacteria from your mouth.
Regularly scheduled cleanings with our highly-trained and experienced hygienists will give your smile the extra protection it needs to remain its best.
Stop gum disease in its tracks!
It can be hard to remove all of the built-up plaque between your teeth. If left too long, it can contribute to the growth of the bacteria that causes gum disease. This causes the gums to come away from the tooth surface and create pockets where disease-causing bacteria can hide.
Periodontal care goes beyond just a regular cleaning and targets gum disease, stopping it before it causes irreversible damage to your gums.
Seal out harmful bacteria.
Dental sealants are a protective coating that is applied to the surface of the teeth to keep harmful sugars and bacteria from causing damage to vulnerable tooth enamel.
They are highly effective for those back molars that have lots of nooks and crannies in their surfaces that can be especially hard to keep clean.
Sealants are often recommended for children between the ages of 6 and 14, but they are also beneficial for cavity-prone adults.
The best way to save a damaged tooth.
When decay to a tooth has gone beyond just surface damage and extends all the way to the pulp, it can cause pain, swelling, and tenderness around the area.
Root canal therapy can stop the pain and restore the tooth! You won't need to lose the tooth or deal with the time and expense of replacing it. Your tooth will be healthy and completely strong and functional again!
Be proactive in protecting your teeth.
Fluoride is extremely important in strengthening tooth enamel and keeping it from being vulnerable to decay-causing bacteria.
Many cities' water supply has fluoridated water, but with the boom in drinking bottled water, children and adults are not getting the fluoride they need to keep their teeth healthy.
We can check your teeth and find out if supplemental fluoride treatments are necessary or recommended.
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