Our dental implants are designed to look and feel natural in your mouth. These long-lasting artificial teeth will fill any gaps in your smile and keep you looking younger longer.
For those of you who love contact sports, or even those of you who are a bit clumsy, you might be interested in reconstructive dentistry.
If you think cosmetic dentistry has to be complicated, think again! Veneers are a simple cosmetic dentistry tool that can have profound effects, from reshaping teeth to concealing stains and more.
Goodbye Metal Mouth and Brace Face! As a certified Invisalign provider, Magnolia Dental is proud to offer our patients Invisalign clear aligners. With Invisalign orthodontics, you can enjoy straight teeth without the hardware of traditional braces.
It’s easy to take dental health for granted until the worst happens: a dental emergency. Like any emergency, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next when you’re suddenly dealing with extreme tooth pain or damage.
If you are unhappy with your smile, you may spend an inordinate amount of time trying to hide it—even subconsciously. You may cover your mouth when you laugh or talk, smile behind closed lips, and even avoid social engagements to avoid worrying about what others think.
Crowns aren’t just for royalty; they’re for teeth, too! Porcelain crowns, which cover the top of the tooth like a crown atop your head, are used to correct several dental imperfections and concerns.
The fastest way to transform your smile is through professional teeth whitening! Only a professional-grade whitening solution can penetrate the tooth enamel, providing a solution for dingy teeth that lasts far longer than results from a whitening toothpaste or an over-the-counter kit from the store.
For those who are missing teeth, dental bridges may provide an ideal solution. As their name implies, dental bridges “bridge” the gap that is created by one or more missing teeth.
Our general dentistry services include helping you maintain proper dental hygiene, as well as preventative and restorative dental care. We take time with each patient during your oral hygiene appointments to ensure that we understand your needs and desires.
Just because we like our jobs in dental care doesn’t mean we expect everyone else to be as happy as we are at the dentist’s office. We know that it’s extremely common for people to feel anxious about visiting the dentist—in fact, millions of adults experience some degree of dental anxiety. If the thought of receiving dental treatment makes your heart beat a little faster, you’re not alone!
Good dental care will do more for you than just improve your smile. We are proud proponents of holistic dentistry, which means our work is based on the knowledge that your dental health affects the health of your entire body and vice versa.
If you have multiple teeth that are damaged or outright missing, dentures can restore your smile and improve your quality of life. We offer high-quality dentures that will make it possible for you to eat, smile, and speak in total comfort again.
Sometimes, it takes removing a tooth to eliminate dental pain and improve your oral health. Tooth extractions, also known as pulling or removing a tooth, are an important part of dentistry.
Dental technology is constantly evolving in exciting ways, and we pride ourselves on being at the cutting edge of that technology. Every new innovation in dental technology means faster recovery times, smoother treatments, and more accurate diagnoses.
Smile design is just what it sounds like: you and your dentist will sit down together and design your optimal smile. Don’t let the current appearance of your smile influence the way you want your smile to look in the future; even if you’ve lived with broken, discolored, or damaged teeth for years, our smile design treatment can let you start from scratch again.
Are you tired of waking up tired? If you’re often getting a full night’s sleep but still feeling exhausted in the morning, it’s possible that you are experiencing sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition that makes it difficult to sleep; someone living with sleep apnea will experience frequent stops and starts in their breathing while sleeping, often without realizing it.