Comprehensive Dentistry

We want to provide a lifetime of healthy, beautiful smiles for you and your family. One of the ways we do that is to offer comprehensive solutions to meet your dental health needs.

Whether you need basic preventive care or comprehensive dental treatment, we’re here for you. We know your time is valuable and we don’t want to have to refer you away from our office for treatments. That’s why we offer services like children’s dentistry, root canal therapy, and sedation dentistry right here in our convenient Nampa location. Click here for a full listing of our service options.

If you have questions about our comprehensive dentistry options or would like to schedule a consultation to begin designing your individualized treatment plan, contact our office today.

Comprehensive dental exams 

A comprehensive exam is more detailed than a routine dental checkup. It includes a thorough examination of each tooth and its surrounding structures such as the bone and gum health. Any previous dental work that might need to be repaired or retreated, such as fractured or chipped fillings, crowns/bridges needing replacements

Gum health– color and the firmness of the flesh around the teeth. Gum recession or bleeding gums are indicators of compromised dental health and can lead to tooth loss if left untreated. Early treatment can save the patient from problems both in terms of health and money

Checking for bite problems and jaw pain-A traumatic bite can be a source of pain in the teeth, jaws, or gums. Discomfort with biting down could be due to toothache or TMJ problems. Diagnosing the source of pain will allow for the correct treatment options. 

Should I get a dental comprehensive exam?

A comprehensive exam is generally recommended every 3 to 5 years to detect any potential health issues from the very beginning before they can get serious. If you have had any major health issues recently, it is a good idea to schedule a comprehensive exam.

What does a comprehensive exam include?

Examining your teeth, gums, and the surrounding bone, bite evaluation

Digital X-Rays, intraoral photos, oral cancer screening for your mouth, jaw, and neck