Family Dentistry in Eau Claire, WI
Since many people think that family dentistry and general dentistry are the same things you may be surprised to hear that they are actually a bit different. While a general dentist doesn’t specialize in any particular field of dentistry, a family dentist is trained to provide full dental services and treatments to patients of all ages.
Why Should I Choose A Family Dentist?
Instead of needing to make a dental appointment for you and your child separately, now everyone in the family can get the proper dental treatment they need at the convenience of one location.
Here at our dental office, we pride ourselves on being able to care for anyone’s smiles, no matter if it’s a toddler or a senior. Plus, we cover all forms of dentistry from general and preventive to cosmetic to meet the needs of every member of your family.
Plus, it’s important that your child begins to feel comfortable and at ease when going for routine dental visits and the easiest way to do this is to have them come in by their first birthday. By coming to the same convenient, familiar office with a dental team that is compassionate and ready to make you and your child’s next trip easier we’ll come to establish rapport with your whole family so each and every visit is simple and stress-free. Plus, the more we know about you the more tailored treatments we can provide to keep all mouths healthy and happy.
Family Dental Services
At our office, you can be treated for a variety of dental issues, or simply get routine check-ups. Take a look at a few of the dental services our doctor provide our patients below:
- Cosmetic Fillings
- Root Canal Therapy
- Tooth Extractions
- Scaling and Root Planing
- Braces/Invisible braces
During your family's initial consultation at Oakwood Hills Family Dental, they'll receive a visual examination conducted by one of our doctors, followed by charting and periodontal probing before a personalized treatment plan is put into place. X-rays will also be taken of your family's periodontal structures so that a proper diagnosis can be made of any proximal decay existing in their teeth that would have otherwise been overlooked.