A healthy smile makes you feel young, vibrant, and beautiful.
With professional care and daily oral homecare, you can maintain strong teeth and gums for a lifetime. At West Pasco Family Dental, our general dentists offer a variety of therapies to keep your smile in tip-top shape.
We enjoy treating patients of all ages. Your child’s smile may benefit from cavity-fighters like dental sealants and fluoride treatments. Our dentists recommend that patients of all ages attend six-month checkups so that we can identify and treat problems like tooth decay and gum disease. If you snore or suffer from sleep apnea, ask about our customized treatment to promote healthy breathing and let you get a good night’s sleep. Your smile is our priority, so we’ll focus on your optimal oral health – and your happiness.SCHEDULE WITH WPFD Simply click button, input info, and we will be in touch soon!
The American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist at least twice each year for a checkup.
By looking for trouble every six months, we can often reduce your potential for large dental problems. If you have not scheduled a checkup lately, be sure to call us now to make your appointment!
Digital X-rays offer reduced radiation with incredible results.
We’ve invested in a new way of looking into your mouth with a procedure that’s fast, comfortable, and incredibly precise. Using digital radiography, we can clearly identify all external and internal anatomical structures and accurately diagnose your dental problems. If you have questions about digital X-rays, call us. We’ll do all we can to help.
At WPFD, we have tooth colored fillings to strengthen your smile.
If you’re embarrassed about your smile because of decay or dark fillings in your teeth, you may be a good candidate for composite resins. A silicon dioxide-filled, tooth-colored plastic mixture, composite resins can restore teeth to an attractive, healthy state. Composite resins represent several advantages over traditional silver, or amalgam, fillings.
We understand that a visit to the dentist can cause fear and anxiety.
Patients who experience dental phobia may postpone or avoid vital dental appointments, and multiple dental visits are out of the question. Neglecting your oral health can lead to tooth loss, disease, and overall health problems. However, you can overcome dental fear with sedation dentistry. At our office, we offer three kinds of sedation: IV Sedation, Oral Conscious Sedation, and Nitrous Oxide Sedation.
If you’re looking for a kid’s dentist who will treat your child with kindness and compassion, your search is over.
Children’s smiles require special care. Our pediatric dentists love working with children and giving them a head start on a lifetime of good oral health. We’d like to see your child for a first visit by age two or three, or earlier if you notice problems. The dentist will gently examine your child’s smile for proper tooth development and appropriate bite alignment, then offer suggestions for decay prevention and treatment, if necessary.
A deep cavity, traumatic injury, or tooth fracture can make the canal susceptible to bacterial infection.
This can kill the pulp, stimulate increased blood flow, and create pressure within the tooth. This can cause severe tooth pain and may initiate bone degeneration, tooth loss, and even more acute pain. If you see a dentist in the earliest stages of this condition, the tooth may be saved with a root canal. Otherwise, it should be extracted and replaced with a prosthetic.