Suncoast Dental - Dental and Denture Repair
Whether you need a complete dental exam and cleaning or wisdom teeth removal, to tooth extractions and dental surgery, we promise to provide you with exceptional oral care as we enhance the natural beauty of your smile. Below are the highlights of the many procedures and services we regularly provide to our patients with a gentle touch, and stunning results. Your smile is our priority!
We offer complete dental checkups to help you maintain good oral health care. When you visit Suncoast Dental for your dental teeth cleaning and biannual checkup, we'll examine your teeth and gums, give you an oral cancer screening, and take X-rays to check for tooth decay. One of our amazing dental hygienists will also clean your teeth with fluoride.
After your cleaning, the dentist will check for any prevalent dental issues or discomfort you may be experiencing. If other dental services or procedures are necessary, your dentist will set a plan for further treatment.
Do you have a cracked, broken tooth or cavity that has been giving you trouble? Dental health issues like chipped or decayed front teeth can be especially hard to deal with. Not only can the problem be painful, but the broken tooth can also be unsightly and difficult to hide. Suncoast Dental provides high-quality dental restoration services. We offer composite fillings that will match the color of your existing teeth so that after treatment, you'll never even notice the difference and the restoration procedure only takes one appointment.
Tooth Extraction & Repair
At Suncoast Dental we want to help our patients if they suffer from dental pain due to a tooth that is irreparably damaged. Sometimes it becomes necessary for a tooth to be removed because of crowding, disease or trauma. No matter the reason, our dentists at Suncoast Dental are specialized in tooth extraction and repair to help you and your family.
If you suffer from tooth decay, broken or fractured teeth or would like to cosmetically enhance the look of your teeth, a permanent or temporary crown can upgrade your smile. Also known as a cap, a crown covers the whole surface of the tooth and restores the tooth's size and shape. It also improves the health of any teeth that have become decayed, fractured or broken. Suncoast Dental provides dental restoration services to enhance your smile with crowns.
Porcelain Dental Crowns
Patients tend to choose porcelain dental crowns when having restoration work completed because the material is a natural tooth coloration. They're also custom-made to match the size and shape of other teeth so your smile will look just right. With proper oral hygiene care and maintenance, including twice-daily brushing and daily flossing, along with regular dental checkups, your new crowns will last for years to come.
Do you want whiter and brighter teeth but aren't sure where to start or which product will really work? At Suncoast Dental, we offer affordable in-office teeth whitening that only takes one hour to complete! You'll see your smile become 1 to 2 shades lighter in just one visit, and we'll give you a take-home whitening tray to continue the process!
A severely infected or decayed tooth may require a root canal to save the tooth from having to be extracted. Suncoast Dental provides all patients with emergency root canal services and walk-in appointments when a tooth has become infected.
Teeth that are severely decayed, broken or impacted may need to be surgically removed. Tooth extraction is a safe procedure that prevents long-term dental problems. Our dental hygienists will walk you through the tooth removal procedure and help find the right process for you. This procedure will ensure the decay from the impacted tooth is properly stopped and you will be back to great gum health in no time.
As a part of your regular dental exam at Suncoast Dental, we'll check for signs of periodontitis, also known as periodontal or gum disease. Signs your gums have become diseased can include inflammation, tenderness and bleeding. Gums in the first stage of periodontal disease have signs of gingivitis, which includes plaque and its by-products. This stage can also include the same symptoms as periodontitis.
Once a patient's mouth has developed full periodontitis, plaque begins hardening into calculus. The plaque and calculus build inside the mouth, causing the gums to recede away from the teeth. As a result, deep pockets are formed between the teeth and gums, causing the pockets to fill with bacteria. The gums then bleed very easily and become extremely inflamed and irritated. Because the space is too high from the gums, bone loss can also occur.
Suncoast Dental diagnoses and treats facial, jaw, teeth and gum disorders. Our dental surgery procedures, such as maxillofacial surgery and our tooth replacement services, help manage and correct a variety of cosmetic and dental health problems including oral disease, injury and defects. We restore beautiful smiles and reconstruct mouths to function properly.
If you need any of these services, dental implants, dentures, veneers, or need to talk to one of our dental hygienists, fill out a contact form or call one of our three locations! For Suprise, please call (623)584-9910. To reach our Litchfield Park office, please call (623)536-0900. For our Goodyear office, please dial (623)214-9979.