Dental Exam & Cleaning
Having excellent oral hygiene is not only important for maintaining a nice smile, but for your overall health as well. Gum diseases and periodontal disease can lead to other heath related issues such as heart disease and stroke.
We can help you prevent dental health issues before they become larger problems. Routine cleanings rid the mouth of harmful plaque and bacteria, so you can maintain a healthy smile.
Night & Athletic Mouth Guards
Teeth grinding is a very common problem. This can lead to jaw pain, headaches, loss of jaw bone and even breakdown of ligaments and your enamel shape. Night guards can help with teeth grinding, teeth clenching as well as snoring. Monarch Dentistry offers mouth guards and night guards that are customized and designed for your individual needs.
If you’re involved in sports and high-impact physical activities, our custom fitted athletic mouthguards can protect your teeth and jaw from impact and damage. Contact Monarch Dentistry to find out more about custom mouth guards.
At Monarch Dentistry we are committed to providing dental care for patients of all ages. Children’s teeth begin to come through between 6 months and 3 years of age. It is important to provide new teeth proper dental care and create good oral hygiene habits for the future.
We cover all areas of dental care for children; consultations, regular dental examinations, preventive services (dental sealants, manufacture of athletic mouth guards), routine dental treatment (fillings and infant root canals, extractions), emergency dental treatment, and space maintenance and guidance.
We understand emergencies occur from time to time. Monarch Dentistry is here to help. When these emergencies occur, we will do everything possible to have you treated immediately.
Anxiety and fear of the dentist and dental treatments is very common. At Monarch Dentistry we strive to make our patient experience as comfortable as possible. We are proud to offer sedation dentistry for fearful patients. Sedation can be used for all services ranging from invasive procedures to simple teeth cleanings.
IV Sedation is used to provide pain relief for more painful dental procedures such as a tooth extraction. An injection of sedative is given to the patient causing the patient to feel drowsy and not feel pain during the procedure.
Nitrous, a sedative gas, is the most common sedation method in dentistry is often referred to as “laughing gas.” Laughing gas is inhaled by the patient causing a happy and elated feeling. Dental laughing gas or nitrous oxide is a form of ‘conscious sedation’, that can help reduce dental anxiety.