If you’re looking for additional dental services, our team can help. Below are a few of the dental services we offer.
If you have any additional questions regarding our dental services, please contact us today to learn more about what Kalamazoo Smiles can help you with.
For more information or to set up an appointment, visit the Kalamazoo dentist at Kalamazoo Smiles by calling (269) 353-3700.
Our Additional Dental Services
Grinding your teeth in your sleep, also known as “bruxism,” is an unconscious behavior that can cause serious consequences for your oral health. If you find you are grinding your teeth in your sleep most nights, our Kalamazoo, MI dentist can help improve your dental situation.
At Kalamazoo Smiles, our Kalamazoo dentist is experienced in providing oral surgery. Our goal is to give you the most comfortable care possible. We’ll take the time to answer your questions and explain your treatment plan before your oral surgery procedure so you can feel confident that you’re in good hands. Below are a few of the procedures we offer.
How even is your bite? When you close your mouth, you should feel your top and bottom teeth fitting together perfectly with even pressure across each row. If your teeth don’t quite align, you might have an uneven bite. Our Kalamazoo dentist, Dr. Katherine Bandos, can modify your bite with an occlusal adjustment so that your teeth line up perfectly.
If you or your child is involved in sports, you need to consider wearing a sports mouth guard. A mouth guard can protect the teeth from injury during any sport where a player might have contact with another person, a ball, sporting equipment, or the ground. Our Kalamazoo sports dentist can fit you with a custom mouth guard to set you up for success on the field. Contact us today to learn more!
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the joint that connects your jawbone to your skull on either side of your head. When a patient develops issues or complications with this joint it is known as temporomandibular disorder, or TMD. At Kalamazoo Smiles, our Kalamazoo TMJ dentist can diagnose temporomandibular disorder and help find the treatment option that works best for you
According to the American Association of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should have their first dental visit either within six months of developing their first tooth or by their first birthday. At Kalamazoo Smiles, our children’s dentist ishere to help you get your child’s oral health started on the right foot.
When you encounter a dental emergency, the most important thing to do is to stay calm. Our Kalamazoo emergency dentist at Kalamazoo Smiles have seen their fair share of dental emergencies and can help you through the next steps towards recovery. If you have any additional questions regarding our dental emergency services, please contact us and we will be happy to help.