From a simple cleaning to full braces, Sea Smiles is equipped to handle all your children's dental and orthodontic needs. To help you understand your options, we've included descriptions of some of our leading services on this page.
- Hospital dentistry
- Special needs patients
- Childrens cleaning
- Dental sealants
- White and silver dental fillings
- White and silver dental crowns
- Sedation dentistry
- Nitrous oxide
- Orthodontic Treatment for Adults and Children
- Orthodontic Surgery
- Clear Aligner Treatment
- Orthodontic Appliances
- TMJ Therapy
Initial Oral Examination
Your first appointment is usually a simple exam. It will include a visual examination, charting, and diagnosis and treatment recommendations for whatever concerns you have. Sometimes x-rays and photographs are also taken to aid in diagnosis.
What makes a Pediatric dentist different from a general dentist? A pediatric dentist completes a 2 year residency after graduating from dental school to gain additional training in treating children. During residency, they focus on behavior techniques to make kids feel comfortable during their dental visit. At Sea Smiles, each chair will have a television above it with parent-approved movies playing to help kids relax and have fun. There will also be the option for nitrous oxide and sedation dentistry if needed.
What is Orthodontics?
Irregularities with your mouth and teeth, as well as certain abnormalities or irregularities with your facial features, are typically treated by specialists in orthodontic dentistry. Read more...
All about Braces
Braces are usually custom-made and are prescribed and designed by the orthodontist according to the problem being treated. Other orthopedic appliances are designed to correct jaw-growth problems. Read more...
Orthodontic Treatment for Adults
While their teeth and jaws are not as easily manipulated as children’s, adults derive tremendous benefits from orthodontic treatment.
Common problems with adults that may be corrected by orthodontia include tooth loss and degradation of the structures (jaw bones) that support the teeth. Read more...
Orthodontic Treatment for Children
Orthodontic appliances can do wonders as your child develops. For example, an appliance may stave off problems with an upper or lower jaw that isn't growing at the same rate as the other, or correct problems that are creating difficulties with chewing or swallowing. Read more...
Clear Aligner Therapy
Clear aligners are invisible, removable, and comfortable and will give you the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted. And best of all, no one can tell you're wearing them. Invisalign is great for adults and teenagers. Read more...
In some cases, especially with adults, orthognathic surgery may be needed to do such things as reconstructing jaws or jawbones. Read more...
One of the most common jaw disorders is related to a problem with the temporomandibular joint, the joint that connects your lower jaw to your skull, and allows your upper and lower jaw to open and close and facilitates chewing and speaking. Read more...
Advances in technology have vastly improved appearance issues with orthodontia. Read more...
There's so much dentistry can do these days to make your mouth healthier and your smile more beautiful. Yet many people don't take advantage of this because of a long-standing fear of dental treatment. If you are one of these people, rest assured that it's possible to have an experience that's free of anxiety and pain. Read More...