Baltimore, MD Dentist
We provide exceptional preventative care, including exams, professional cleanings and digital x-rays. Early detection of dental problems is essential to gain optimal oral health. It is recommended for all patients to schedule a six-month dental check-up exam.
According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should visit the dentist within six months after the presence of the first tooth or by his or her first birthday. Early oral examination aids in the detection of the early stages of tooth decay. Early detection is also essential to maintain good oral health.
Restorative dentistry is used to restore the strength and beauty of your smile. If you’ve been suffering from pain caused by decay or other health conditions, you may benefit from restorative therapy. We offer conservative treatment solutions to preserve your natural teeth, as well as tooth replacement options.
If necessary, we can often extract a tooth in office, saving you the time and cost involved in seeing a specialist. We focus on providing comfort during extractions and offer many options to replace the missing tooth.
We emphasize the importance of periodontal care to prevent gum disease for our patients. Periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss. At our dental office, we will gently evaluate gums and overall oral health, and if necessary, will make recommendations for treatment.
Endodontic (root canal) therapy removes harmful bacteria from your tooth, healing infection, ending your pain and improving your health. When decay or a crack has reached the nerve of a tooth, a root canal is necessary.
Orthodontic treatment is used to treat all types of patients, from adults to young teens. Orthodontics is used to realign the teeth into a more natural position. It is also used to straighten teeth in order to correct any imbalance in the bite.
TMJ and Facial Pain Therapy
Smile Solutions of Baltimore offers relief for patients experiencing TMD, temporomandibular joint disorders, which are issues you experience with your jaw, as well as the joint and facial muscles surrounding your jaw.
When someone has sleep apnea, breathing stops frequently throughout the night. Breathing is essential to our living; we have to breathe to release carbon dioxide and take in oxygen.
Occlusal guards are worn over the teeth to protect them against damage caused by clenching or grinding. Most people are unaware that they grind or clench their teeth as it usually happens when they are sleeping. We can help keep your teeth protected with: