Unlike veneers, crowns cover the entire tooth and is a required step after any root canal procedure. At Walden Dental we get it all done in one day with our CEREC technology!
If you’ve ever felt self-conscious about showing your teeth in pictures or felt any pain while eating, Walden Dental is here to help by providing smile makeovers! A confident smile can transform your mouth and overall appearance. See how our office can make you feel good about your smile and oral health!
Implants are a solution for missing teeth. When space is created by a missing tooth, it allows surrounding teeth to move, which may lead to further tooth loss. Click the learn more button below to see how we can restore your smile!
We understand that going to the dentist can be scary. We want to make sure this fear isn’t holding you back from important dental care decisions. Our sedation options will put you in a relaxed state, and many patients report having no memory of the procedure afterward. Ask us if sedation might be right for you.
If you always wanted straighter teeth but dreaded the idea of a full-metal mouth, Invisalign® is the solution for you. These wonderfully invisible aligners are elegantly transparent! Click below to learn more!
Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening is a technique used to lighten the color of dull or stained teeth. Walden Dental uses Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening as our preferred choice of teeth whitening methods.
Hygiene Health & Wellness
We recognize that routine dental hygiene is absolutely vital for a happy and healthy mouth. Find out why hygiene appointments are so important and make sure to visit us at least two times per year!
Periodontal Disease also known as gum disease is caused by bacteria that leaves behind deposits known as plaque. This plaque eventually starts to corrode the gum line, causing pockets of bacteria to form inside the gum line. Periodontal treatment is the thorough process of cleaning out the bacteria below the gum line and may sometimes also include suturing the gum pockets to prevent future infection.
Gum disease is a very serious issue that can easily be prevented through home hygiene habits and routine professional cleanings.
Non-Surgical Root Canal Therapy
Root Canal Therapy is a process used to remove decayed dental pulp (also known as the root). Once the decay is removed and cleaned, the remaining healthy root is left to support the tooth. A crown is then placed to prevent bacteria from entering the tooth.
Our team provides an environment to make you feel right at home, no matter the age. We want your children to have a great first dental impression to keep them on the right track and cater to the entire families’ needs under one roof.