When children feel nervous about their first trip to the dentist, Dr. Robert H. Guller uses age-appropriate distractions to help them feel comfortable and at ease.
Our team highly recommends starting children in family dentistry at age two. We’ll help make your child’s first appointment memorable in a good way – without anxiety, tears or fear. You’ll be amazed at how our staff encourages your child with age-appropriate care and attention.
Providing comfort is our specialty. It’s the little things that help children enjoy their dentistry appointment, such as a warm blanket to keep them comfortable. If needed, we can provide sedation to help your child get through an appointment or procedure without trauma.
Your gums provide a strong foundation for your oral health. Recognizing gum disease or other problems in this area can help protect your teeth and long-term oral health.
Our goal is to help you avoid gum problems through proper care and cleaning. But if you do need periodontal treatment we can provide it in our office so you can care for your oral health all in one place. Our services include:
Diseased gum tissue can cause a host of problems and discomfort. We use a laser to carefully remove bad tissue while leaving the healthy tissue intact. Laser treatments are also great for patients because they close the wound, reducing bleeding, swelling and discomfort.
Your oral health becomes increasingly more important to your overall health as you age. We understand this important connection and care for your whole body through your oral health.
We can restore your smile with dental implants, crowns, bridges or dentures. You don’t have to live with a smile that makes you feel uncomfortable or unattractive at any age!
When root pain causes oral discomfort, Dr. Guller always tries to preserve the healthy structure of the tooth. Microscope root canals or pulpotomies enable our team to be highly-precise in our treatments to speed recovery time and reduce swelling.
Root Canal: using a microscope, Dr. Guller and his team remove the decayed or infected roots of your teeth. Then we fill the area with a medicated serum to protect it and prevent bacterial growth. Then we seal and protect the tooth with a crown.