Our Plymouth MI dentist offers a range of additional dental services to help you maintain a beautiful healthy smile.
Whether you need to protect your teeth while playing contact sports or feel more at ease in the dentist’s chair, you can trust our team’s dedication to providing excellent patient care. Click the links below to learn more about the additional dental services we offer in. To request an appointment with our dentist at Plymouth Dentistry, call us directly at (734) 459-7110.
Additional Dental Services
Many people who grind or clench their teeth are unaware they do it. Are you one of them? Our dentist may recommend you wear a night guard if you have worn tooth enamel, jaw pain, and other symptoms of bruxism.
The temporomandibular joints (TMJ) are the hinges that connect your jawbone to your skull. If you have a TMJ disorder caused by teeth grinding, our dentist may recommend a custom night guard.
Did you know that problems with your teeth, jaws, and overall oral health can trigger migraine headaches? The temporomandibular joints (TMJ) are the hinges that connect your jawbone to your skull. In some cases, TMJ pain can travel to the skull and cause migraine headaches.
Laughing gas relieves anxiety in the dentist’s chair so you can receive the dental care you need to maintain a healthy smile. Our Plymouth MI laughing gas dentist and his team have experience helping patients overcome their dental anxiety. Let us help you.
You may be a candidate for the Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST) that allows us to lift your receding gums over teeth without using scalpels, grafting, or sutures. Compared to traditional gum surgery, PST is a minimally invasive way to reverse receding gums.
If you play a contact sport, you’ll need to ask our dentist about getting a sports mouth guard. A mouth guard is an oral appliance that fits over your upper teeth. Unlike the generic mouth guards you can get from the sporting goods store, a custom mouth guard made by our dentist offers a superior level of comfort and protection.
Call our Plymouth MI emergency dentist if you have sharp and/or consistent oral pain, tissue bleeding that won’t stop, abscesses, or broken teeth. If you aren’t sure if you have a dental emergency, call our office anyways for further instruction. Getting emergency dental care in time can help you save a tooth.