Did you know that many diseases and conditions first show signs in the mouth? Good dental health is an important factor in overall health, which is why the American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist every six months. Building a relationship with a dental practice can help you maintain and improve your smile, and prevent problems before they become serious.
Our preventive services include Comprehensive Exams, Sealants, Fluoride Treatments, Space Maintainers, Mouthguards, and Oral Cancer Screenings.Learn More >
Midwest Dental offers the latest in restorative treatments and technologies to help restore your smile. Our restorative solutions include fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, root canal treatment and dentures. Using advanced techniques, our dentists are focused on providing the best dental outcomes.Learn More >
Establishing a relationship with a dentist for your child within six months of the first tooth eruption, or by his/her first birthday is an important step to ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles. Additionally, children often have different needs than adults, making it important to find a dentist who understands children.Learn More >
Accidents happen, despite your best care and planning. When dental emergencies occur, you want quality care. Quick. In the event of a life-threatening or medical emergency, call 911. If you're experiencing extreme pain or other dental emergencies, call your Midwest Dental office for an emergency appointment. Many offices will be able to see you the same day. For emergencies that occur after regular business hours or on the weekend, office voicemails have instructions on how to contact a dentist.Learn More >
Gum Disease (Periodontal) Treatment
Midwest Dental offices focus on diagnosis and prevention of gum disease at its earliest point. You will be screened for signs and symptoms of gum disease during visits to our offices. Once diagnosed, treatment for gum disease can include non-surgical in-office treatment for earlier stages, and/or referral to a specialist when necessary.Learn More >
Dentistry For Seniors
Older adults are one of the fastest growing segments of the American population and are also the most at risk when it comes to dental outcomes. Because our care requirements often change as we age, it's important to work closely with your dentist to maintain a lifetime of healthy smiles.Learn More >
Available at select locations, sedation dentistry keeps you awake and responsive to questions while providing you with a relaxed state of mind. Ask your dentist if sedation is right for you
For some procedures, laser dentistry means your dentist may not need to use a drill or administer anesthesia, allowing for a more relaxed dental experience. Lasers are safe and effective treatment for a number of different conditions. Ask your dentist for more information.
Problems with your jaw can lead to soreness, pain, headaches and more. It's important to speak with your dentist if you think you may be suffering from TMJ.
Sleep apnea can lead to numerous health issues including increased risk for stroke and heart problems, diabetes, high blood pressure, weight gain, depression, irritability and accidents caused by daytime drowsiness. If you believe you may have sleep apnea, it's important to discuss your concerns with your dentist.