College Lakes Family Dentistry offers family dentistry services for patients of every stage of life. We address proper oral health and offer services including cleanings and fluoride treatments, cavity fillings, X-Rays, root canals, dentures, and more. With our state-of-the-art technology and advanced trainings, we can give you the best family dentistry services you are looking for in the Fayetteville area. Let us help you prevent and treat any signs of dental disease. Contact our office today.
At College Lakes Family Dentistry, we are Fayetteville’s leading dentists offering family and pediatric dentistry. We strive to deliver the best care to each patient, no matter if it is a child, teen, or adult. Within our pediatric dentistry, we focus on early detection and prevention. Our team focuses on providing safe and effective treatments for dental diseases in infants and children.
Children have very distinct dental needs. Our pediatric dentistry team has undergone the proper training needed to successfully treat your children. From preventative care including exams and cleanings, to restorative care including fillings and crowns, we have the experience needed to help your children becomes more aware of their oral health.
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Bonding & White Fillings:
Used to repair decayed, chipped or cracked teeth, fill spaces or gaps between teeth, change the shape of teeth, and improve the appearance of discolored teeth.
Bridges & Crowns: Used to replace missing teeth. Bridges are made from gold, alloys, porcelain or metal. Bridges are made of two crowns on either end; they will feel and look as close to your natural teeth as possible. Aside from crowns being used to attach bridges, they can also restore a fractured tooth, cover a dental implant or discolored tooth, and protect a weak tooth from fracturing. We offer same day crowns! Contact us today for more information.
Hygiene/Periodontal Health: Allow our team to help you establish a dental hygiene routine that’s easy, fast, effective, and that you can follow! We offer periodontal cleanings and treatment, and can even refer you to one of our recommended specialists if needed.
We offer oral cancer screenings as well as root planing. We use an ultraviolet light or a similar device to look for signs or symptoms of oral cancer that the human eye can’t see.
As part of our root planing service, we will clean the entire area where plaque and tartar have accumulated below the gum line. So, if you experience bleeding during brushing, please let us know.
Teeth Whitening: Coffee, smoking, wine, and more can stain teeth, leaving them discolored or yellow looking. We use a tray whitening system which is completed in 2 easy steps, to whiten your teeth to 4-8 shades lighter!
Veneers: Used to redesign or reshape your entire mouth. A thin, ceramic shell covers your existing tooth structure to fix stained or cracked teeth, spaces, misaligned teeth, and many other issues.
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Dental Implants: Used to permanently replace missing or extracted teeth. The process is completed over the course of a few months, but is well worth the wait.
We offer conventional full dentures, immediate full dentures, and partial dentures. They are a replacement for missing teeth and can be removed or put back in your mouth, whenever you need to. They look like natural teeth and can be used as such. You can eat, drink, and brush them as if they were your natural set of teeth.
Extractions: Wisdom teeth can often cause problems, or pain and discomfort. We can remove one or all four of your wisdom teeth using a safe and painless procedure. We can numb the areas where the teeth will be extracted or if you prefer, use a general anesthetic.
Root Canal (Endodontics): Used to remove infected nerves. If you have an infected tooth, it’s best to call us right away; an untreated infection can turn into an abscess which includes bone loss in the jaw.
Inlays/Onlays: Also referred to as partial crowns, they are used to strengthen a tooth, restore its shape, and prevent further damage. The existing tooth is used as a base for the inlay or onlay.