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Dental Exams and X-Rays
Scheduling periodic dental examinations and cleanings allows our staff to catch potential oral health problems during early, easily treatable stages, which helps prevent the need for costly repairs down the road. Even if you dislike visiting the dentist, periodic check-ups can significantly reduce your risk of developing serious oral health problems later in life. If you are looking for the best dental care Newberg, Oregon has to offer, we are your choice! We recommend parents start dental checkups for infants as early as one year old, and that all patients schedule appointments well into their golden years.
Scheduling periodic dental examinations and cleanings allows our staff to catch potential oral health problems during early, easily treatable stages, which helps prevent the need for costly repairs down the road. Even if you dislike visiting the dentist, periodic check-ups can significantly reduce your risk of developing serious oral health problems later in life. We recommend parents start dental checkups for infants as early as one year old, and that all patients schedule appointments well into their golden years. We offer a complimentary dental exam and x-rays to all qualified new patients. Get your oral health back on track by scheduling your exam and consultation with Dr. McLeod today!
Emergency Dental Exam
Fillings are used to restore teeth that have been damaged by decay, or are placed where additional strength is needed to support a tooth’s structure. Filling are constructed from a variety of materials, including amalgam or “silver” material, gold, tooth-colored composite and others. The type of filling right for you depends on the location of the cavity and the level of aesthetic you desire. The longer you wait to take care of tooth that needs a filling, the more damage can occur. Taking care of oral health problems as the occur can help you avoid more expensive procedures in the future. Don’t put off getting the care you need. Schedule an appointment today!
A well-fitted set of dentures will look, feel and function like natural teeth for any patient in need restorative dental. With the addition of dental implants to anchor dentures, many of the problems patients have experienced with loose-fitting dentures are a thing of the past. Reclaim your smile and get back to enjoying the little things in life you’ve missed by suffering from lost teeth. If you’re in need of complete or partial dentures, schedule a consultation with Dr. McLeod to get a better understanding of what type of dentures is right for you. Our custom fittings will help ensure that your dentures function flawlessly, so you can get back all that life has to offer.
In most cases, dental implants rank as the preferred way for patients to replace missing teeth. Unlike removable dentures that rest on the gum line or use adjacent teeth for support like fixed bridges, dental implants represent a fixed, long-term solution that act, look and feel just like the teeth they are replacing. A dental implant that replaces a single missing tooth is constructed of three parts: a titanium plate that fuses into the jawbone; the abutment, which slips over the portion of the implant that protrudes from the gumline; and the crown, which provides an implant with its natural looking appearance. Together they represent the ideal way to repair any holes in your smile.
Brushing and flossing daily rank as the most important habits a patient can practice to help prevent the onset of tooth decay and gum disease. While scheduling regular cleanings and checkups with Dr. McLeod remain a vital part of enjoying quality oral health, patients still must take their oral hygiene seriously at home if they want to avoid serious long-term oral health problems that require expensive procedures to treat. If you want to enjoy a lifetime of quality oral health, take the time to brush for two minutes once in the morning, and again at night before heading to bed. You should also floss at least once a day, preferably at night as part of your evening oral hygiene routine.