Caring for Your Smile
Good oral hygiene begins with thorough brushing and flossing, but it’s also essential to have your teeth professionally cleaned and examined every six months. At The Dental Practice, we focus on helping our patients understand their smiles. Because no smile is the same, your dental treatment plan is unique.
We offer a variety of dental services, including routine cleanings, wisdom teeth removal, dental implants, and sealants in Newton, IA. Our goal is to educate you on how to take better care of your smile and prevent disease. We also offer cosmetic and restorative procedures that can transform your smile and make it whiter, brighter, and more beautiful.
Call us at 641-792-2780 to schedule your next appointment!
Our General Dentistry Services
Dental Cleanings, Preventative Care, & Exams
During a routine cleaning, our staff will remove plaque and calculus buildup on your teeth. Because cavities don’t always exhibit symptoms, we’ll check for decay by taking 3D digital x-rays.
If you struggle with tooth sensitivity, we can administer fluoride treatment to help strengthen your enamel. During your routine cleaning, we’ll check for signs of oral cancer, gum disease, and we’ll also screen for sleep apnea.
Fillings & Root Canal Treatment
During a root canal, our doctor will remove the infected pulp, clean the inside of the tooth, and then seal the area. Some patients require dental implants and crown placement for full restoration.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Dental crowns cover and protect individual teeth. Bridges cover multiple, adjoining teeth, and often protect teeth that are severely impacted by gum disease and decay. We use digital scanning to create dental crown and bridge impressions, eliminating mess.
General Tooth Extraction
Drastic changes to the mouth can sometimes require tooth extraction. When a rotting tooth doesn’t respond to restorative treatment, or if a patient is experiencing severe pain, extraction may be required.
If you think you may need a tooth pulled, contact us today.
Wisdom Teeth Extraction
Between the ages of 17 and 30, a set of adult molars, known as wisdom teeth, will start to grow in. If they don’t have enough room to grow, they can collide against the other molars in your mouth.
At The Dental Practice, we perform wisdom tooth extraction. Our team can also monitor your wisdom teeth early on and determine when you’ll need them removed.