General & Family Dentistry
Dental Implants & Tooth Replacement Options
From routine hygiene visits to root canals, we provide all of the preventative and restorative dental services you need to keep you and your family healthy.
Routine Cleanings & Exams
Sport and Night Mouth Guards
Nitrous Oxide is Available
The experts at Saving Smiles Dentistry can help you smile more confidently with bonding, crowns, veneers, and professional whitening.
Struggling with damaged or missing teeth? Our team can support you with dental implants, bridges, and both complete and partial dentures.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
All-On-4/Teeth In A Day
Root canals are a routine dental procedure that is used to treat a tooth that has become infected or damaged due to decay. The procedure involves removing the pulp, the soft tissue inside the tooth, which contains the nerve and blood vessels. It is then replaced with a filling material to seal the tooth and prevent further infection. Root canals are an important part of preserving a healthy smile and avoiding tooth pain. Root canals can be done in one or multiple visits to the dentist. During the procedure, the dentist will first numb the area around the tooth to ensure the patient’s comfort. The dentist will then use small tools to remove the damaged pulp, clean the inside of the tooth, and shape it for the filling material. The filling material is usually gutta–percha, a rubber–like material, which is placed in the tooth and sealed with a temporary or permanent filling.
Saving Smiles Program
We understand a number of people today do not have dental insurance coverage. Unfortunately, of those people, many without insurance do not keep up with dental care. Routine preventive care is critical to maintaining your oral health and preventing larger, more costly problems down the road.
We have developed an affordable solution for our patients. The program offers personalized, quality dental care with special family-friendly savings. For a low annual fee, you’ll receive a substantial 15% discount on preventative and restorative care completed at our office. It’s easy, convenient and affordable.
After the procedure is complete, the patient may experience some soreness or discomfort, but this should subside in a few days. To prevent further infection, the patient should practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing regularly, and avoiding sticky and hard foods. It is also important to visit the dentist for regular cleanings and checkups. Root canals have a high success rate and can save a damaged or infected tooth from being extracted. It is important to take care of your teeth and visit the dentist regularly to avoid needing a root canal. If you do need one, it is a routine procedure that can help restore your smile and reduce tooth pain.
Not Sure What Services You Need?
Call or text and we’ll schedule you for a first time patient appointment. With thoroughly-diagnosed and properly prioritized treatment, even the most extensive cases can be staged out over time and still fit within your dental budget.
Emergency Dental Care
If you have a dental emergency after hours, please leave a voice message at 701.237.4297. If you call over the weekend when we are closed, we will return your call as soon as possible the following Monday when our office opens.
Text 701.237.4297 to schedule an appointment!