At Wylie Dental Care, we provide a full range of services to our patients including, preventative care, cosmetic dentistry, implants, crowns, bridges, orthodontics and root canals. Regardless of pain tolerance, we accommodate all patients through each procedure – ensuring that every patient is comfortable at all times.
Maintain good oral hygiene
Comprehensive or routine check-ups consist of a visual exam to look for inflammation, bleeding, periodontal pockets, and calculus around and under the gum line.
Plaque and tartar are removed from teeth using a mirror and scaler. The teeth are then polished, flossed and rinsed. As a finishing touch, we apply fluoride to aid in cavity prevention.
X-rays are images of your teeth that we use to evaluate oral health. We capture images of the interior of your teeth and gums using low levels of radiation.
Enhance your smile
Using LED technology, we whiten your teeth 5 – 7 shades in just one visit.
Thin covers that adhere to teeth in order to improve appearance.
A composite resin is used to repair a chipped, cracked, or otherwise broken tooth.
Single & Full Implants
Replace one or more teeth
Replaces tooth roots with metal, screwlike posts and replaces the damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth.
Screws are implanted into the jaw and a full denture is placed after the initial healing process.
Crowns & Bridges
Repair damaged teeth
Crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth. Crowns are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of your teeth.
Dental Bridges are used to fill gaps caused by one or missing teeth. Crowns are placed to support the false teeth.
Straighten teeth & improve jaw alignment
Braces help correct crowding, crooked teeth, and jaw alignment. They consist of metal brackets that are adhered to the teeth and connected by wire.
An alternative to braces, aligners also help correct crowding and crooked teeth. Aligner trays are crafted from custom teeth molds.
Restore the health of one tooth
Decayed pulp is removed from the tooth. The root canal is then cleaned and filled. In some cases, a metal rod is placed to hold the material in place. The crown of the tooth is then restored.