We do cleanings, fillings, extractions and a limited number of transitional partials for front teeth. Full dentures and denture repairs are not provided on a walk-in basis.
Our goal is to take as many people out of dental pain and treat infections. With that in mind, after your dental exam, recommended treatment will be prioritized. You will be routed to the department treating your top priority and as much work as is needed in one quadrant of your mouth will be done.… Continue Reading Will all the work I need done be completed?
We only use local anesthetic for procedures requiring numbing at the MOM clinic. No nitrous will be on site.
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Unfortunately, we are unable to provide dentures as a walk-in service.
If the tooth is visible through the gum and accompanied by pain and swelling, dentists will extract a wisdom tooth.
In some circumstances, dentists are able to do a root canal on front teeth. However, the tooth needs to be structurally sound, not require a crown and/or be an anchor tooth for a partial or a bridge.
We refer to these as “flippers.” They are made to replace missing front teeth and are not a permanent device, because they can be “flipped” easily out of the mouth.
Yes. We will have Spanish, Hmong and American Sign Language interpreters available.
Smoking is not allowed on the premises. Once you enter the building, you cannot leave without giving up your place in line.