Gentle Dental of Shelby Township
4737 24 Mile Rd Suite 1, Shelby Township, MI 48316
Keeping your teeth and gums healthy is essential if you want to maintain a beautiful smile throughout your life. Your general or family dentist plays an important role in helping you achieve your dental health goals.
Your general dentist is your primary dental care provider. He or she makes sure that your teeth and gums stay free from progressive decay and disease that could rob you of your smile. General family dentistry focuses on overall dental health rather than specialties like orthodontics. General dentists often treat entire families.
Your family dentist performs tests, procedures and other treatments to keep your smile in great condition. These services may include exams, x-rays, professional teeth-cleanings, fillings, repairs, advanced dental procedures and counseling. When you have tooth pain or other symptoms, your dentist determines the underlying cause and provides treatment so that your pain doesn’t come back or threaten your long-term dental health.
Our experienced dentists offer a full range of general dentistry services to meet the needs of every patient. The following list outlines our available services.
For most healthy patients, a general dental office visit every six months is adequate to maintain good dental health. If you have a chronic dental condition or medical problem that could affect your teeth or gums, your dentist may want to see you more often. Always schedule an appointment as soon as possible when unexpected dental symptoms arise.
Several factors determine the price of a dental appointment like your insurance coverage, standard office fees and the type of treatment that you need. If you’re concerned about the price of a scheduled visit, call us for more specific information.
We can make scheduling your next dental visit a breeze. Call our office so that we can help you find a skilled and knowledgeable local dentist to keep your smile healthy.
A simple checkup or follow-up visit may take as little as 30 minutes to an hour. If you’re having extensive procedures or tests, your visit may be much longer. To find out approximately how long your upcoming appointment will last, give us a call.
We want your visit to be a positive experience. To make things go more smoothly, please arrive on time and bring your insurance card, your medical history and a list of all current prescription and over-the-counter medications. If you feel anxious, be sure to let us know. We’ll take extra care to make your experience less stressful.
Without routine exams, the early stages of tooth decay and gum disease often go unnoticed. By the time painful symptoms occur, the condition may have advanced to a stage in which it’s more difficult and more expensive to resolve. In severe cases, tooth loss may occur, and costly restorations become the only option. To save money on future dental care and prevent unnecessary suffering, see your dentist regularly. Contact us today to schedule your exam.