Sunrise Dental Care is proud to provide quality dental care to the Geneva community. Your oral health is our top priority, which is why we provide a range of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic treatments to keep your smile healthy and happy.
We want to ensure your mouth is in its best possible condition. To do so, we provide preventative care to stop diseases and illnesses before they can occur. We also offer restorative procedures to help repair damage to your teeth, gums, and supportive structures. Should you want to change the appearance of your smile, we also provide cosmetic procedures that can help.
According to the American Dental Association, visiting your dentist every six months is paramount to protecting your teeth, gums, and jaw. During these routine examinations, we will check for signs of disease, decay, or infection, as well as prevent these issues from occurring down the road. Routine preventative measures include professional cleanings, x-rays, and reviews of dental hygiene techniques. This is a vital part of our practice and keeps you safe from common issues like tooth decay and gum disease.
If your dental exam reveals underlying oral health issues, we have the restorative treatments to help. These procedures include composite fillings, dental implants, root canals, and more. By catching the problem during a routine dental exam, you can receive these treatments before they can progress into something more damaging.
A beautiful smile can do wonders for your confidence. That is why we offer an array of cosmetic dental procedures to enhance your beautiful smile. Available treatments include tooth-colored fillings, dental implants, Empress restorations, Lumineers, Zoom! Whitening, porcelain crowns, and bridges. We also use the CEREC system, which allows us to create ceramic crowns, inlays, onlays, and veneers right at your chairside—giving you a more efficient, cost-effective experience!
Why Routine Visits are Vital to Your Health
Your mouth and body are inextricably linked, which means your oral health can have a greater impact on your overall well-being. For example, gum disease impacts 75% of Americans over the age of 35. With routine visits, we can catch gum disease in its earliest, most treatable phase: an infection of the gums called gingivitis. However, when this is left undiagnosed and untreated, it can progress to greatly impact your overall health—in fact, gum disease has been linked to respiratory illness, heart disease, stroke, complications with diabetes, and even premature birth. By visiting your dentist every six months, you can prevent and treat an array of issues in their earliest stages, including infection, tooth decay, and more. If complications should arise between appointments—if you have a toothache or bleeding gums, for example—feel free to set up an earlier appointment.
To schedule your next routine check-up or ask about other dental procedures, call Sunrise Dental Care today!