Dental Services

A visit to the dentist’s office isn’t just about checking for cavities anymore.

There have been truly remarkable evolutions in the field of dentistry,
and our team is committed to absorbing the very best of those advancements into our clinical services.

For us, though…
Those new methods don’t reflect any superficial “change for change’s sake” posturing.

Our focus is squarely on UTILIZING each state-of-the-art tool & technology to help create a…
• patient-centered,
• supportive,
• constructive,
• undeniably next-level experience for our “dental family.”


DEEP EXPERTISE
in a wide range of clinical services


The Advance Dentistry team —
comprised of committed, compassionate, and highly trained dental professionals —
specializes in a variety of general dental procedures, along with a multitude of specialty-level services.

This multidisciplinary expertise (facilitated and supported by the most up-to-date tools, techniques, and technologies), allows our doctors to deliver both superlative care AND a convenient “one-stop shop” patient-experience.

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and see how we’re working to change the way folks think about dentistry.

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DENTAL SERVICES

Are you delaying dental treatment?

If the thought of visiting the dentist is stressful & scary…
You’re not alone.

Our team is here to help.

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Ohio’s “Go-To” Dental Implant Experts

  • The highest level of accreditation.
  • Thousands of implant surgeries.
  • More than 40 years of implant experience.

We strive to provide each patient with an experience that is not only comforting & supportive,
but cohesive & streamlined as well.

 

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Let’s face it, root canals don’t have the best reputation.
The secret, though…?

A root canal doesn’t have to feel any different than having a cavity filled.

There’s a brand new approach to the traditional root canal.
And the results couldn’t be more different.

Let’s take a look at the root canal “alternative.”

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Like dental implants, dental bridges are used to replace a missing tooth.
Bridges, however, are supported by the teeth on either side (called “abutment teeth”).

Like many cosmetic dental appliances, bridges also serve a restorative purpose.
Let’s learn more.

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A dental crown (or cap) is
a covering that encases the entire tooth surface,
restoring it to its original shape and size.

A crown protects and strengthens tooth structure
that cannot be restored with fillings or other types of restorations.

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A dental extraction (having a tooth pulled) is the removal of tooth from the bone.

Wisdom teeth generally erupt between the ages of 17 and 25.
Their arrival can often be accompanied by challenges like
pain, crowding, damage to surrounding teeth, and infection.

Most patients prefer I.V. Sedation for their extractions.

Let’s learn more.

 

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What is periodontal (gum) disease?

Essentially, it’s an infection.

We all have bacteria in our mouths.
It’s just part of being human.

If left unaddressed, though, that bacteria can have very real
(& very negative) impacts on our bodies.

Don’t worry. That’s where we come in.

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“The best defense is a good offense.”
It’s true in dentistry, too.

Your smile’s “first line of defense” is, of course, daily care from you.
But a regular visit to the dentist (complete with an examination and cleaning) can make all the difference.

Think of it as the backbone of your dental defense plan.

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Teeth whitening (or bleaching)
is a simple, non-invasive treatment used to
change or correct the color of natural tooth enamel

and yes…
enhance the beauty of your smile.

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Your smile is your window to the world.

It’s no wonder, then, that more and more people are exploring the benefits of cosmetic dentistry.

New approaches to corrective procedures.  Expanded options for aesthetic enhancements.

Cosmetic dentistry might just be what you’ve been looking for.

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In the past, getting braces has meant years of painful adjustments and struggling with self-image. But since 1999, Invisalign has literally changed the face of orthodontics for over half a million satisfied patients.

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