General Dentistry

General Dentists Ann Arbor MI

Maintaining good oral health involves regular care and close attention paid to possible dental emergencies. Our Ann Arbor, MI, dentists offer a range of general services intended to serve as preventive measures as well as treat current conditions like gum disease or TMJ pain.

We want your teeth and frankly, your entire mouth, to remain healthy and for you to avoid painful dental afflictions. Call Excel Dental at (734) 929-9999 to set up an appointment.

Dental Emergencies

Accidents happen in life and more often than not, they’re unpredictable. Dental emergencies typically involve some form of trauma to the teeth, gums, or jaw. It is critical that you do not delay treatment and seek help soon after the injury has occurred.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Gone are the days when dental amalgam fillings, or metal fillings, are the only option for those faced with cavities. Composite resin fillings offer a more low-key look as the resin can be blended to match your natural enamel color.

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Oral Cancer Screenings

Our dentists recommend that you receive an oral cancer screening at least once a year. During the painless screening, your mouth will be checked for the onset of certain forms of oral cancer. A prompt detection can potentially prevent the cancer from worsening and could save your life.

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Periodontal (Gum Disease) Therapy

In its early stages, gum disease can be prevented with proper oral hygiene habits. If left untreated, however, reversible gingivitis can turn into periodontitis which is a long-term condition. Our dentists can help alleviate your symptoms with specialized treatment.

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Teeth Cleanings

Visiting the dentist for a teeth cleaning every 6 months is the standard to swear by. Regular cleanings with our dentists provide an opportunity to check in and possibly detect any issues early on.

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Regularly brushing and flossing your teeth can keep them clean but sometimes cavities still form due to fine grooves or pits on your back teeth, or molars. Dental sealants act as a protective shield so plaque and food particles can’t build up.

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TMJ Treatment

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects your jawbone to your skull on both sides. TMJ disorders occur when there is pain associated with the movement of your jaw, thus requiring treatment to manage discomfort. If you’ve noticed pain of this nature, we can help.

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