Helping our patients maintain a healthy mouth and smile is the main goal of general dentistry. We prefer to provide more minor, preventive care than to see patients suffer with more intensive treatments from a problem that was not managed in time. We want to ensure that your oral health is in its optimal state and positively contributing to the health of your entire body. We are here to brighten your smile and pave the way for a brighter life.
Authentic Smiles is committed to offering a full range of dentistry services. Whether you’ve had repairs or need a complete replacement, we recommend continual check-ups to assess your gums and bone density to assess the surrounding areas associated with your implant.
A beautiful smile is one of the most sought after cosmetic features in the world. People from all backgrounds and professions want a bright, straight smile, and we are here to help turn that desire into reality. Whether through minor adjustments or major treatment plans, our cosmetic dentistry practice aims to improve your smile and help you build confidence in the way your teeth look.
We at Authentic Smiles recognize that children’s initial experiences at the dentist can impact their attitudes toward dental care for the rest of their lives. Because of this, we don’t simply strive to give your child state-of-the-art dental care; we also make sure your child associates the dentist with safety, relaxation, and even fun!
Your baby’s teeth need attention as soon as they break through the gums. The American Dental Association recommends your child sees a pediatric dentist when they cut their first tooth, but definitely no later than their first birthday. A baby can still get food particles trapped between teeth and gums just like an adult – with similar results over time when they don’t get special care.
Your child’s first dental visit is not nearly as overwhelming as it may seem now. By bringing your child to Authentic Smiles , dental office, you will help your child learn about the dentist through positive, gentle interactions. We also use these visits to talk with you about brushing techniques for children and other oral health habits that can potentially benefit your child for a lifetime.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, as well as the American Academy of Pediatrics, both recommend that the first dental visit should take place by the time your child is one year old, once their first tooth has erupted, or whichever one takes place first. Prevention is the first line of defense when it comes to a healthy mouth. Taking your child this young to the dentist is the most effective way to ensure their oral health is off to a great start.