We are committed to providing you with the highest quality dental care in a compassionate and caring environment. We believe in providing our patients with clear diagnoses and comprehensible treatment options… thereby empowering you with choice in your dental care.
For over 35 years, we’ve been providing exceptional dental care to our patients. If you’re looking for great dental care… Contact our office today!
Fremont Dental offers a wide array of dental services allowing you to meet nearly all of your dental treatment needs at one location and by providers in whom you trust! If you have questions about any of our services (or are simply curious about a service not listed here) , feel free to ask!
Regular dental cleanings are an essential part of good oral hygiene. Even with excellent home care, tartar will still build up on your teeth. Unlike plaque which can be easily removed via brushing and flossing, tartar is far more tenatious and it’s removal typically requires the services of an oral health care professional (such as your hygienist).
Although no one desires to receive a dental filling, nearly everyone will need at least a few over their lifetime. Dental fillings are used to repair teeth damaged by decay or trauma and can also be used to restore the esthetic appearance of the teeth. The basic process involves removing a portion of the tooth and replacing it with restorative material.
At Fremont Dental, we understand that bringing your child to the dentist can be nearly as stressful for you as it is your child. With that in mind, we strive to ensure positive experiences for our smallest patients thereby establishing healthy relationships between your child and their dental care providers for years to come.
Braces are used to move teeth into a more ideal position and adjust how they bite together. There are numerous reasons why one might pursue therapy via braces. The most common are: esthetics, TMJ/TMD pain, difficulty chewing and eating, sleep apnea, clenching and/or grinding, or speech impediments.
Crowns can serve numerous purposes and some of the more common reasons to need one are to protect a weak tooth that has been heavily restored and/or is cracked, to improve esthetics, or in the restoration of a dental implant. Veneers are similar to crowns, but only cover a portion of the tooth and are primarily used to improve esthetics.
Crowns and Veneers
Bridges are used to replace missing teeth and typically consist of 2 or more crowns and 1 or more artificial teeth which are all connected as a single restoration. The crowns of the bridge are then cemented to the teeth on either side of the tooth or teeth being replaced. The end result is a restoration which bridges the gap left by the missing teeth.
When the pulp of a tooth becomes infected (usually because of decay or a tooth fracture), a root canal is often indicated. During a root canal, the infected pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned, disinfected, and filled with a special root canal filling material. Afterwards, the tooth is restored with either a crown or filling.
At some point, most of us will find ourselves in need of having a tooth removed. And, although the thought of it can be quite disturbing, that action of doing so doesn’t necessarily need to be. Fremont Dental has vast experience with tooth removal and is able to perform all types of extractions, including extractions of impacted teeth.
TMD (aka TMJ or Temporomandibular Disorder) is an often misunderstood and/or misdiagnosed condition in which numerous symptoms occuring from the top of one’s head down past their shoulders are often present. Our philosophy in treating this condition is that good outcomes come from proper diagnoses and patient education.
A dental implant serves as a substitute for the root of a missing tooth and is an excellent anchor on which to attach a replacement tooth (or teeth). Working with an oral surgeon, Fremont Dental can restore missing teeth with teeth which look and feel more natural than that of traditional replacement options.
Often times during denture fabrication, esthetics and appearance are given significant consideration while comfort and function are left to be addressed as after thought. At Fremont Dental, we believe in the old adage “form follows function”. As such, we make our dentures with function as our guiding principle in order to achieve the best results possible.
Dentures and Partials
Anxiety is quite common… especially when it comes to dentistry. If you find yourself anxious about dental work, you’re likely in the MAJORITY. At Fremont Dental, we strive to make dental treatment as comforable as possible for every patient via numerous different methods up to and including oral sedative medications.
All services offered are performed by general dentists (or dental hygienists when appropriate).