Services available at our Hillside, Kansas, dental office include a full range of preventive, maintenance, restorative, and
rehabilitative procedures. We don't just treat individual teeth; we care for your mouth as a whole, and take into account
your full body health as well.
Prevention of problems is the best way to avoid major expenses and discomfort when it comes to dental care. By providing
your teeth and gums with proper care (both daily at home and at least twice annually at our office), you can avoid potential
situations that would be damaging to both your teeth and your pocketbook.
Dental Cleanings. Preventive dental cleanings are designed to remove bacteria and plaque, and check for any
potential issues with your teeth. When combined with a thorough at-home routine, this is the single best thing you can
do to maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Sealants. Dental sealants can be applied to chewing surfaces of teeth, protecting the little crevices and
creases and keeping bacteria from gaining a foothold. Sealants combined with good at-home oral hygiene can help prevent
Periodontal Therapy. Gums can be highly susceptible to inflammation and infection. Periodontal treatments
remove plaque and bacteria from around each tooth below the gum-line, stimulating the gums and keeping them healthy.
At Hillside, we provide a full range of dental services so that we can care for your mouth as a whole.
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Even the best cared for teeth can sometimes have issues, and when time periods between visits lengthen, extra problems can
arise and worsen rapidly if not detected and dealt with. General dentistry procedures can treat damaged teeth as well as
teeth that are aesthetically displeasing, creating healthy, happy smiles.
Dental Fillings. Gone are the days when a cavity meant adding to your mouth's metal collection. Today's
fillings can be tooth colored and mercury free, giving you a natural appearance and a solid chewing surface that isn't
as sensitive to hot and cold.
Dental Crowns. When the upper surface of a tooth is damaged (cracked, broken, or drilled into to perform
a root canal or other procedure), a crown restoration can be fabricated and placed to provide a natural looking tooth appearance
and a stable chewing surface.
Dental Bridges. When one or more teeth are missing, a custom bridge can span the gap between neighboring
teeth. A bridge both supports the arch of the teeth and provides a base for natural looking restorations.
Root Canals. When infection gets inside of a tooth, the pulp of the root can become inflamed and painful.
A root canal removes the infected pulp, fills the tooth with a bacteria resistant substance, and the tooth is then covered
with a natural looking restoration.
Dentures. When many teeth are missing across one or more arches, dentures can create a natural looking smile
with restorations designed to match your original teeth. Dentures can be fitted to the upper or lower jaw (or both); replace
some or all teeth in an arch; and can even be anchored to implants set into the jawbone.
Extractions. Sometimes there's simply no way to save a badly decayed or broken tooth. An extraction can
be performed to remove the source of discomfort, and a plan created to rehabilitate the damaged smile using restorative
Sometimes even the healthiest smile is missing something. Cosmetic dentistry can brighten, straighten, and illuminate, transforming
average smiles into exceptional ones and damaged teeth into a smile you can't help but want to show off.
Teeth Whitening. At home and in-office options can help you whiten your teeth by several shades and present
a more brilliant smile.
Veneers. Teeth that look too short or too long, or are stained, uneven, overlapped, or gapped can be aesthetically
transformed with porcelain veneers, creating an even, attractive smile.
Bonding. When teeth are cracked or chipped, but veneers aren't an option, bonding can restore natural
beauty and function.
Invisalign. Clear braces provide a way to achieve straighter teeth without the hassle of a mouthful of metal.
Invisalign is discreet, comfortable, and works even faster than traditional braces.
Full Mouth Restorations. When there has been extensive trauma or unchecked decay, rehabilitation via a combination
of dental procedures may be required. Our team works with specialists to recreate amazing smiles, restoring health and
function as well as beauty.
Whether a single tooth has been lost and a perfect replica is desired, or multiple tooth loss has led to a need for a series
of implants to support either restorations or dentures, Dr. Doan and Dr. Abbareddy will work with you to create the smile
of your dreams. Dental implants are the "standard of care" and the most permanent restoration that currently exists
for missing teeth. A well placed implant can last a lifetime!
Your child's dental health starts as soon as they are born. Proper care of their gums leads to healthy teeth as they
erupt, and regular dental visits, cleanings, and sealants can protect their baby teeth. Your child should see a dentist
within six months of getting their first tooth, and twice annually thereafter.
When you set up the appointment, ask about a preview visit as well. Call our office at (316) 847-6103.