Smile Makeovers From a Family Dentist You Can Trust

At the family and cosmetic dentistry offices of Curtis Sandahl, DDS, we offer many popular ways to get and maintain the healthy, spectacular smile you deserve:

  • Thorough exams, including oral cancer screening
  • Preventive dentistry & oral hygiene
  • Tooth-colored fillings & bonding
  • Teeth whitening
  • Teeth straightening, tooth extraction
  • Dental crowns & dental bridges
  • Cosmetic & restorative dentistry for tooth pain, broken teeth, crooked teeth and gap teeth
  • Veneers, inlays & onlays
  • Full dentures & partial dentures
  • Dental fillings & dental implants
  • Dental veneers
  • Nonsurgical gum care
  • Extractions & root canal treatment
  • Recommendations to overcome snoring and reduce sleep apnea

Maximizing Your Smile’s Health & Beauty With State-of-the-Art Capabilities

As part of his dedication to excellent dental care and family dentistry, Dr. Sandahl uses a variety of advanced capabilities. These powerful tools provide him with more information and greater accuracy and ultimately make it possible for you to have optimal oral health and a beautiful, natural-looking smile that lasts. Here are some of the advanced technologies Dr. Sandahl uses to maximize your care and the health and beauty of your smile:

  • Digital X-rays – Routine dental X-rays are processed and ready more quickly for maximum efficiency.
  • Intraoral camera – Dr. Sandahl uses intraoral photography during diagnosis and treatment planning to help ensure optimal results.
  • Advanced laser detection of decay – Dr. Sandahl can detect (and treat) hard-to-find decay in its earliest stages, reducing the need for more dentistry in the future.
  • OraVerse anesthesia reversal – Dr. Sandahl uses OraVerse to decrease the effects of anesthesia after your care and help numbness subside quickly.
  • OraVerse anesthesia reversal oral cancer screening – Oral cancer is one of the most curable cancers, if caught early. Dr. Sandahl uses ViziLite Plus to quickly and painlessly identify abnormalities that may develop into oral cancer.
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