Comprehensive Dental Services

Dr. Brock provides a wide spectrum of primary care dental services, diagnosing, treating and managing each patient’s health care. These services include cleanings, gum care, fillings, x-rays, teeth whitening and preventive education.

Dr. Brock is also a highly-skilled Prosthodontist: trained to deal with both complicated and simple restorations of the mouth, as well as treating facial deformities. One of nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association, prosthodontists have mastered many procedures including: dentures, partial dentures, fixed bridges, crowns, implants and more.

Aesthetic or Cosmetic Procedures can make a big difference in your dental well being. Doctor Brock can help you by removing old mercury fillings and replacing them with new composite materials, diastema (gap) closures, and other procedures to improve your smile and your outlook.

When a patient is missing or loses a tooth, it can be replaced with an implant – a metal rod surgically placed into the jawbone. The implant ‘becomes’ the tooth root and anchor for the crown, bridge, or denture placed over it.

A removable appliance used to replace teeth. A complete denture replaces all of the upper teeth and/or all the lower teeth. A partial denture is used to replace one or more lost teeth.

Reconstructive Restorations
Any replacement for lost tooth structure or teeth. Bridges and dentures, fillings, crowns and implants are all different types of restoration services.

Traumatic Injuries
Dr. Brock is experienced in treating patients who have suffered complex facial injuries through accident or illness, which involve their teeth, mouth and jaw. His initial examination and treatment plan evaluates the reconstructive work needed and if the expertise of additional specialists will be required. These specialists can include Oral Surgeons, Periodontists, Orthodonists, MD Specialists and Plastic Surgeons.

Snoring Control

Different cases require different solutions.  For some a simple device (orthotic) is all that is needed to reduce temporal and massital muscle force to alleviate pressure on the TMJ.
For others, treatment could include an anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant or cortico steroids. As a last resort, surgical intervention is sometimes needed. Some patients benefit from MRI imaging to evaluate their condition.
Some patients benefit from MRI imaging to evaluate their condition.

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