Our process of professional dental cleaning begins with our oral exam which includes X-rays to look for decay, tumors, bone loss cysts, and tooth placement. It's important we also check for gum disease, and tooth decay. Our professional staff will clean tartar, remove Plaque.
Here at Hometown Dental we specialize in the treatment of the “nerve” of your teeth referred too as the pulp. Different diseases can affect your pulp with the most common remedy being a root canal. It will be possible in most cases to do the entire procedure in a single visit, which saves you time and is very convenient.
Our team of highly trained dental care professionals can rejuvenate your oral health and create a smile that will change your life. We offer preventative, cosmetic, and restorative dental care to families and residents throughout Polk County Florida.
The field of periodontics is 1 of the 9 specialty practice areas recognized by the American Dental Association. In order to qualify as a periodontist, you must successfully complete four years at an accredited dental school. Followed by an additional three years of education and clinical training in an approved post-graduate program for periodontology.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth implanted into the jaw bone. It is usually made of titanium and is covered with a porcelain crown or a bridge to give the appearance of a real tooth.
Have a cavity? At Hometown Dental it’s nice to know that there is a safe and aesthetically pleasing option available to repair the problem. We offer different types of repair services including tooth-colored fillings. These durable fillings flawlessly repair the damage that has been done to your teeth so that no one ever needs to know you had a cavity or needed a repair.
Are you properly taking care of your teeth? Read here the tips to maintain your oral hygiene.
Missing tooth doesn’t bother you? Read about why it’s so important to get them replaced here.
Don’t keep up with your oral appointments? Read here the dental emergencies you may be prone to face.
Do you need a root canal? Read here the most common signs you need to know.