Mark McAdams, DDS
Dental Services Provided
The office of Dr. McAdams offers a wide variety of services. We will only recommend treatment that we would provide for our own family members or ourselves.
Exams, X-rays, cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, fluoride water analysis and dietary evaluations are all important in the prevention of tooth decay and gum disease.
Restorative dentistry involves the repair of decayed or fractured teeth. Among the most common restorative procedures are fillings, inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges, and veneers.
Cosmetic dental care includes porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, crowns, re-shaping teeth and re-contouring uneven gum levels around the teeth.
Prosthetic dentistry focuses on replacing missing teeth with bridges, partial dentures, full dentures or implant-supported teeth.
Dental implants offer a permanent solution for tooth loss. Implants can replace single or multiple teeth, including the entire upper and lower jaw.
Oral surgery involves extraction of teeth, biopsies of suspicious lesions, removal of benign soft tissue lesions, and wisdom tooth extractions.
Gum disease is the leading cause of lost teeth in patients over the age of 30. Periodontal treatment includes deep cleanings, gum grafting, bone grafting and other types of surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Root canal therapy is required when the nerve of a tooth is exposed or abscessed. Endodontic therapy may be necessary to save your natural tooth if the pulp tissue is irreversibly damaged by bacteria associated with decay, very deep fillings, tooth fracture, or periodontal disease.
There are various anti-anxiety options for patients who are apprehensive or anxious about dental care. These include oral medication and nitrous oxide.
We offer complete dental care for infants, children and adolescents. We recommend that children’s dental care begin shortly after the eruption of their first tooth.
This patient population has many issues to face, and healthy teeth are among the most important. Without proper chewing, food cannot be digested normally, which often leads to other medical problems.
Mouth guards are used to prevent oral-dental injuries. Injuries of this type were reduced by 85% during the first year that the NCAA mandated mouth guards. This simple, custom appliance is beneficial to those who participate in football, basketball, martial arts, boxing, motocross, rodeo and other contact sports.
Patients who grind and clench their teeth while sleeping eventually cause damage to the jaw joint (TMJ) and the teeth. Custom occlusal guards are used to prevent further damage as well as costly dental care.