At Davis Dentistry, the health and safety of our patients and staff is our highest priority. At this time, we will be canceling all appointments until April 30th and hope to return May 4th. We will keep you posted as we know more information. In order to keep the messages to a minimum, we ask that all existing patients who are having a true dental emergency, leave a detailed message and we will return your call as soon as possible, since we will be checking them periodically throughout the day.
Thank you for your patience and look forward to seeing you soon.
Though we will do everything we can to save a severely damaged tooth, sometimes extraction is necessary to protect your oral health. You may also need extraction in preparation for orthodontia. For your convenience, we can perform simple and complex extractions in the comfort of our office.
Davis Dentistry is a “silver” or amalgam-free dental practice, meaning Dr. Davis uses the highest quality composite resin to restore damaged or decayed teeth. He can also replace worn amalgam fillings with composite. This tooth-colored material is color-matched to blend seamlessly into your smile.
Preventive dentistry emphasizes the importance of good oral hygiene. Adhering to a regimen that consists of flossing, brushing, fluoride treatments, routine dental cleanings, oral cancer screenings, and dental examinations can safeguard your smile from disease.
For patients who grind their teeth frequently, Dr. Davis offers custom-made mouth guards. If you suffer from bruxism or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, a mouth guard can relieve pressure, strain, and tension on your jaw joints and teeth.
Endodontic intervention is necessary when the pulp of the tooth becomes irritated, inflamed, or infected. During treatment, Dr. Davis will remove infected tissue and fill the canals with a rubber-like material. Treatment can alleviate the painful symptoms of an infection and protect adjacent teeth.
Dental inlays and onlays are used to repair minor to moderate structural damage to the teeth in the back of the mouth. These are made of strong, durable porcelain and cover a larger surface than a filling alone. Addressing decay can prevent more widespread damage including tooth loss.