At Quince Orchard Dental Care, our General Dentistry practice offers a wide range of services. Our General dentists provide all of the services you come to expect from a great dentist: thorough exams, excellent clinical skills (fillings, crowns and denture) and an approach focused on prevention and education. Our practice is a complete health practice, which means that while our specialty is oral health, we consider your overall health in everything we do. The mouth is the gateway to the body, and oral health problems are usually indicators that your overall health may be in jeopardy. Below is a comprehensive list of our general dentistry service offerings:
At Quince Orchard Dental Care, we strive to ensure that a visit with one of our dentists includes more than just a routine checkup. Unlike our competitors who double book appointments and try to transactionalize patients in a frenzied process, we provide attentive consultations that allow for us to delve a little deeper and provide education about proper dental care as well as your overall health. We try to keep your wait for your appointment to a minimum, while ensuring that we don’t rush you or persons who were ahead of you. Timeliness and attentiveness are cornerstones in how we do what we do. We invite you to come in and maybe for the first time...start enjoying visits with your dentist.
Our dental restoration procedures are used to manage the oral health problems of our patients by restoring the function of a patient’s missing tooth structure.
In cases where teeth are chipped, severely decayed, have large fillings that are failing or broken teeth, Dr. Rouhanian usually will recommend dental crowns or dental bridges to restore the aesthetic appearance of your teeth for an improved and confident smile!
Dental inlays and onlays are used to repair posterior teeth that have suffered mild to moderate decay, cracks or fractures which are not severe enough to warrant the need of crowns, and not mild enough to be fixed using regular fillings.
Knowing how to handle a dental emergency can mean the difference between saving and losing your child's tooth.
Complete dentures are removable prostheses which replace all of your teeth within an arch. They are made of porcelain or acrylic and the base of the fitting rests on your gums.
Partial dentures, are a form of teeth replacement which are usually made to rest on your gum tissue and are held in place by your natural teeth.