From prevention to restorative dentistry: We offer the entire range of modern dentistry to keep your teeth healthy and beautiful for your entire life. Get an overview here of the types of treatments we offer.
These services range from young to old as well as from routine to full mouth reconstruction. We place a high emphasis as well on cosmetic dentistry. This includes veneers, porcelain crowns, teeth bleaching and tooth colored fillings. We do not place any metal (amalgam) fillings but use only cosmetic materials for our patients. We also can relieve an uncomfortable tooth by performing root canal treatments if necessary. We offer an array of treatments while also referring to the appropriate specialists if needed.
Cosmetic Dentistry: Looking your best
We all want to look our best and have that beautiful smile. At Maranatha Dental Group we are committed to helping you achieve this desire. We have extensive training in cosmetic dentistry. We are able to finish crowns quickly and can even have them done the same day treatment starts. We want to help you achieve, exactly the smile you want to have.
Emergencies Treated Promptly: Feel your best...soon
Nobody likes a toothache or a broken tooth. At Maranatha Dental Group we pride ourselves in being able to help you get out of pain and feel more comfortable as soon as possible. This usually can happen that day so call us if you are in dental pain or suddenly have broken a tooth.
Prevention: Keeping teeth healthy
We detect and treat problems like tooth decay at an early stage. That way you will always be happy with your teeth.
At Maranatha Dental Group we have an extremely experienced hygiene department. We also have our own ‘hygiene coordinator' (Connie) whose specific responsibility is to schedule your cleaning/recall appointments. We are open early mornings and over the lunch hour so that you are able to keep your smile healthy and vibrant.
Treating periodontitis: Keeping all your teeth
Periodonitis is a serious gum disease that, untreated, can not only lead to tooth loss, but also can cause bone loss in the jaw. Learn more about this disease and steps you can take to prevent it.
Additional treatments at our practice
Do you have questions about our services?
Contact us by phone at (402) 489-3837 or directly using our contact form.
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