Dental Services

At Heritage Health, we set ourselves apart from other dental practices by providing friendly dental care to patients of all ages.

We set a new standard for quality dental service at affordable prices. We provide patients with general cosmetic and specialized dentistry in a relaxed, fun, and comfortable environment.

Our mission is to give each patient the best dental care and experience we can provide. At Heritage Health, we don’t have to compromise the quality of your care to get the affordable service you need.

Our patients benefit from our skilled, caring staff, advanced technology, and modern dental treatments. Whether you are bringing your family in for a regular check-up or are in need of restorative dental care, you can trust that our staff is ready and able to keep your smile looking its best!

 

Our Services Include:

Exams

Evaluation of your overall health and oral hygiene; including the risk of tooth decay, root decay, and gum or bone disease.

Restorative Care, Fillings, & Sealants

Restorative care includes repairing missing parts of your teeth structure and replacing missing teeth. Your teeth structure can be missing as a result of decay, a tooth fracture, or the deterioration of a previously placed restoration.

Hygiene, Cleanings, & Fluoride

These treatments are performed by a dental hygienist or another dental professional is a 30-60-minute procedure that is important for keeping the gums and teeth clean. Due to dental anxieties and phobias, many people may fear getting a cleaning or even avoid the process altogether, which can have harmful effects on the teeth. Having a full understanding of what to expect when having teeth cleaned at a dentist's office can help patients have a stress-free experience.

Root Canals & Crown Work

During a root canal, the infected pulp is removed from the tooth and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and disinfected. It is then filled and sealed with a material called gutta-percha. After the procedure, the top of the tooth is restored either with a new crown or filling or by repairing your existing one.

Periodontal Treatment

Periodontitis (per-e-o-don-TIE-tis), also called gum disease, is a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue. Treatment includes professionally cleaning the pockets around teeth to prevent damage to the surrounding bone. Treatment may be performed by a periodontist, a dentist, or a dental hygienist.

Routine & Surgical Extractions

Simple tooth extractions remove visible teeth. They are usually performed by a general dentist. A surgical extraction is more complicated; it involves a tooth that is impacted inside the jaw and cannot be removed without making an incision. Surgical extractions are often performed by oral surgeons.

*Emergency Services

*Patients must call first thing in the morning to ensure timely access