Our office staff and doctors take care of our patients general dentistry needs with care and compassion. We keep a watchful eye on your oral health through regular appointments, screenings, and cleanings. We can also help you with additional services like mouth and night guards too.
When you need help restoring your smile, Pima Dental can help. Our dentists are experts at tooth colored fillings, crowns, bridges, onlays/inlays used for various degrees of cavities (decay) and/or broken teeth.
There is nothing better than keeping your natural teeth whenever possible! Root canals are performed when the pulp in the center of the tooth is infected (diseased) or damaged. Root canals are done to save a tooth whenever possible.
Implant Dentistry & Oral Surgery
Whether you need extractions or implants, our office is able to help you here on site. No more going to multiple offices for dental work.
Dental implants are the optimum restoration for replacing a lost tooth. An implant is a permanent solution for a missing tooth and helps maintain the bone support for the surrounding teeth and jaw, thereby extending their lifespan.
Cosmetic dental procedures can be as simple as changing the color of teeth to modifying the shape and replacing missing teeth or any combination thereof. It is used to enhance and/or improve overall appearance which, in turn, boosts confidence and self-esteem.
Dentures are designed to replace missing teeth. Although no longer considered the optimum restorative solution, dentures are used in many cases. If replacing all teeth in the mouth, the dentures are called Complete Dentures. If used to replace some missing teeth, they are known as partial dentures.
Designed to be invisible. Invisalign is a great alternative to traditional braces. Aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable, BPA-free clear plastic which are worn over your teeth to subtly and gently move your teeth in generally half the time of traditional braces. Contact our office to schedule a consultation and see if Invisalign is right for you.
Jaw pain can occur when you have compromised movement of the jaw joint and surrounding muscles. If you are having jaw pain, difficulty chewing, trouble opening your mouth fully, or clicking and locking of the jaw, come see us today and start TMD/TMJ therapy with our knowledgable dentists.