As a highly rated Indianapolis dentist, Clarity Dentistry provides most general dental services, specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of most conditions pertaining to the the mouth and teeth. We clinically diagnose tooth decay, gum and periodontal issues, infections, jaw pain, sleep disorders, among other potential issues in your mouth.
Services we provide for general and family dentistry in Indianapolis include:
- Preventative Services such as dental examinations, diagnostic digital x-rays, dental hygiene, patient education, fluoride treatments, sealants, night guards to prevent grinding, home care instructions, etc.
- Restorative Services such as tooth colored fillings, dental crowns and bridges, replacement of missing teeth using appliances such as partials and dentures, gum and periodontal procedures, root canal treatment, orthodontics, etc.
- Other Oral Health Services such as treating sleep apnea.
Seeing an dentist in Indianapolis every 3 – 6 months as recommended by the American Dental Association can benefit your oral health tremendously. By being proactive about seeing a dentist in Indianapolis regularly, which allows for the diagnosis of possible issues before they become serious, you can save time and money as well as help keep yourself out of pain.
As a premier Indianapolis family dentist, we proudly offer our patients of all ages the benefits of cutting-edge dental technology, which help us make the most accurate and conservative diagnosis possible. They include:
- Digital X-Rays – By using digital x-rays, we are able to get a better look at the anatomy of the teeth when compared to traditional, film based x-rays. For one, the images are much larger, and we can zoom in giving us a better view. Second, the dentist and the patient can co-diagnose much easier and efficiently having the x-rays displayed on a digital monitor. And third, digital x-rays emit far less radiation than traditional films.
- Intraoral Camera – Our Intraoral cameras are helpful in taking top quality photos of the teeth surfaces. This allows us to view these images on the large screens located in each room, and patients can see the existing problems in that particular tooth firsthand. By examining the tooth’s enlarged image, we can easily detect cracks and recognize other areas that have been decayed or damaged in a tooth.