Family Dentistry

Safe and ethical care for your loved ones.
Our Comprehensive Treatments
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Dental Exams

Regular six-month dental exams are essential for the health of your teeth and gums. Our comprehensive exams can help with oral development and identify any early signs of gum disease, decay, or plaque build-up. Plus, Dr. WaltersLearn more about our dentist provides helpful advice so your family can enjoy a lifetime of healthy smiles.

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Oral Hygiene

Routine cleanings are integral to keeping your teeth healthy and your mouth free of harmful bacteria. Our hygienists use professional cleanings to help you avoid common issues such as gum disease, tooth decay, and cavities.

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Periodontal Therapy

Gum disease (periodontal disease) is one of the most common dental issues affecting Americans today. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to more serious whole-health problems, including diabetes and heart disease. Our team can halt the progress of gum disease with regular cleanings, OralDNA technology, and periodontal therapy.

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Oral Cancer Screenings

Dr. Walters uses modern technology to help identify common signs of oral cancer. Using OralID Cancer Screenings,Opens a new window to the official website he can see early signs of cancer and will work with your primary care physician to formulate a successful treatment plan.

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Sealants

Dental sealants are a proactive way to prevent cavities and help children brush more effectively. The clear resin makes it easier to clean teeth and maintain a happy, healthy smile.

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Root Canals

When the inside of your tooth becomes infected or damaged, Dr. Walters can restore its function and health with a root canal. After he removes the infection, you will be free of pain and able to enjoy your daily routine once again!

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Mouthguards

Sports Guards: The American Dental Association recommends children and adults wear a mouthguard when playing contact sports. These guards absorb any impact and protect your teeth from common injuries.

Night Guards: Many patients experience the ill effects of bruxism (teeth grinding) or bite issues (e.g. TMJ). Our night guards can hold your jaw into position and protect your teeth while you sleep.