Our team is very experienced with all regular dental hygiene and corrective procedures. These include x-rays, moulds, teeth cleanings, scaling, fluoride applications, basic fillings of cavities, crowns, bridges and more. The focus is always on making the patient aware of the value of preventative dentistry and how they can be proactive in maintaining their teeth by adhering to a dental health regimen.
Our dentists will make a definitive diagnosis before recommending any large-scale dental procedure. But if required, we are able to accommodate patients for more advanced procedures like root canals among others.
Periodontal dentistry focuses on gums and other supporting structures around the teeth and the risk of inflammatory disease. Folks who have gums that are bleeding, sore, or tender, are encouraged to see Dr. Mandy McIntosh, our periodontist, who makes regular appointments here at Preston Dental. She provides periodontal care along with dental implants, gum rejuvenation, bone grafting and more.
We can provide tooth extractions, corrective jaw surgery, dental implants, wisdom tooth removal, maxillofacial surgeries, restorative oral tissue surgery, testing for the diagnosis of diseases like oral cancer, and more. Our dentists will discuss all corrective or restorative surgery options with you in detail before you decide on your course of action. We’ll also clearly explain what you can expect during the procedure itself, as well as the benefits you should receive following it.
We are pleased to be able to offer sedation dentistry (also known as sleep dentistry) to our Cambridge patients for most of our dental or oral surgery procedures. With oral sedation, you’ll be comfortable and relaxed during your treatment. Ask us for details.
Invisalign® clear aligners are an increasingly popular way to straighten teeth as they have many benefits that people prefer over traditional metal braces. Some of the main reasons people love Invisalign aligners, other than the obvious fact that they are clear and almost invisible, are because they can remove them completely to properly clean their mouth and aligners, as well as the fact that there are no restrictions on foods you can eat! Talk to us about Invisalign treatment today.