Welcome to Surprise Smiles
Welcome to Surprise Smiles, a family dental practice. We offer oral health care for both continuing and new patients for your entire family. Our dental team is excited to have you be a part of our leading dental care practice.
Our team of doctors want to help you prevent oral disease, obtain and keep a healthy smile, and promote overall body health through reducing harmful bacteria from your mouth. Working together, we can prevent oral disease and give you a smile that will promote self confidence.
As a patient at Surprise Smiles, we perform a wide variety of dental services that prevent disease, restore damaged teeth to their original state, and can even enhance teeth to be more aesthetically pleasing. Our vast range of services include:
Preventive dentistry focuses on proactive oral care to avoid dental issues, emphasizing regular cleanings, proper hygiene, and early intervention.
Restorative dentistry involves repairing and restoring damaged teeth through procedures like fillings, crowns, and implants to regain function and aesthetics.
Cosmetic dentistry aims to enhance the appearance of teeth and smiles through procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, and alignment treatments.
Pediatric dental services cater to children's oral health, providing specialized care, preventive treatments, and education to ensure healthy smiles as they grow.
Sedation dentistry employs medications to help patients relax during dental procedures, reducing anxiety and discomfort while ensuring effective and safe treatment.
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and maxillofacial surgery involves surgical procedures addressing complex dental, facial, and jaw issues, often including extractions, implants, and corrective surgeries for improved function and aesthetics.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that provide a sturdy foundation for replacement teeth, restoring both functionality and a natural appearance to smiles.
Limited orthodontics focuses on specific tooth alignment concerns, offering targeted treatments for improving minor misalignments and enhancing dental aesthetics.
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder marked by interrupted breathing during sleep, often treated through methods like CPAP therapy or oral devices to improve airflow and ensure restful sleep.
Staying Up To Date
An important aspect of dentistry is staying constant. Dentistry is a rapidly changing and growing area. Through continuous education, we make sure that we are knowledgeable on the latest techniques and tools to give our patients the best care. We are committed to uncompromising attention to detail and treating our patients with respect and courtesy.
Appointment Request Form
Are you ready to schedule your next dental visit? Do you avoid making appointments over the phone? We have an easy to access Appointment Request Form available online. This form is available whether it is your first appointment, or if you’ve been seeing us for several years. Simply fill it out, and we will get right back to you via email or telephone, whichever form of communication you prefer.
For more information on our dental practice contact our front office at: (623) 215-1075. We are here to serve you.
Restorative dentistry is the field of dentistry focused on salvaging and repairing existing teeth. The goal of restorative dentistry is saving existing teeth and utilizing the least invasive procedures necessary to meet your needs. Restorative dentistry is needed when preventive dental measures have not been properly utilized.
If the damage to your tooth is too severe for a filling, a dental crown is another common restorative procedure that we perform. Receiving a dental crown generally will involve two dental visits. During the first visit, our team will conduct digital imaging and may take a mold of your tooth. This mold is sent to a lab so that your dental crown can be created. Your crown should be ready in a few weeks.
During your follow-up visit, our team will remove any damaged surfaces from your teeth. We will then install your new dental crown, which will completely encapsulate your damaged tooth. Crowns are a staple of restorative dentistry and generally last approximately ten years.
Restorative dentistry may also involve the replacement of a tooth if you have damaged teeth that are beyond repair. Restorative and cosmetic dentistry may both involve the replacement of multiple teeth. The difference is that restorative dentistry is done out of necessity as opposed to for purely aesthetic benefits.
Many individuals believe in having a beautiful set of teeth and a great smile. That is the primary reason why a person consults a dentist for cosmetic dentistry.
Cosmetic dentistry refers to any dental procedure done to improve oral function – to improve the biting teeth or the look of your gums. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving your aesthetics. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on enhancing the symmetry, location, size, color, and form of your gums and teeth. If you are a candidate for cosmetic dentistry, our skilled team at Surprise Smiles are ready to help you.
Anyone with minor, aesthetic defects on their front teeth, such as cracks, chips, discoloration, or gapped teeth, is ideal for cosmetic dentistry. It would be best to visit our dentists first to determine what steps you need to take to qualify for cosmetic dentistry.
Our team of dentists go out of their way to make sure every patient feels welcomed and relaxed during their appointment. We understand that the more comfortable you feel, the more likely you’ll be back to get the dental health services you need. We provide the highest quality dentistry for both children and adults of all ages.