Calliham Dentistry offers family dentistry services for patients at every stage of life. From children to seniors, we address proper oral health. Services range from cleanings and fluoride treatments, to cavity filling and much more. Our family dentistry will help build comfort and confidence for you and your family when you visit us twice a year. We also offer cosmetic dentistry, which has become increasingly popular within the last few years. Although cosmetic dentistry will not improve the function of your teeth, it will improve the appearance of your teeth.
We invite you to explore the following sections to get a better sense of our family dentistry practice. If you have any additional questions or concerns, be sure to contact one of our friendly representatives. Our team is always standing by to lend a helping hand.
You've heard since childhood that you should visit your dentist once every six months. Even if your teeth "feel" healthy, it's smart to keep that appointment. Things change as we age, and it's much better (and less costly) to find a small crack and repair it today than to wait until the tooth breaks and a crown is needed. Semi-annual cleanings and exams are the best investment you can make toward preserving your smile and oral health.
We understand that when you have a toothache, you need assistance. When someone comes into our office with a serious problem, we try to take them in immediately, control the pain, diagnose the situation, and then recommend treatment.
Whether you have cracked a tooth or lost a filling, it can be painful and frightening. We specialize in emergency dental care and pain relief. Have you lost a tooth? Teeth can be placed back into the socket if you can properly do it within an hour of it falling out. Tissue and blood vessels can grow around it again. If this happens to you, simply rinse the tooth under warm water without touching the root and place it back into the socket. If you cannot place it back it, you can put it in a glass of cold milk to prevent it from drying out. Get to our office as soon as you can to better your chances at saving your tooth.
If it's an emergency to you, it's an emergency to us. Come and see us today.