Our skilled dental team brings years of experience to West Reno patients and their families. We truly desire to make access to care easy for everyone, providing comprehensive dental services in one convenient location, our West Reno dentist office.
There’s nothing more important than a smile that’s free of tooth decay and gum disease. Our comprehensive dental exams, gentle teeth cleanings, and teeth extraction services can help you create a healthy environment that keeps your future smile stronger.
Are you dreaming of a beautiful new smile? Our gorgeous dental veneers can be designed to your specifications to give you a perfectly filled out, whiter smile. We also offer quick bonding as well as professional teeth whitening.
From tooth-colored dental fillings to dental crowns, dental bridges, and dental implant restorations - we can help you rebuild and repair your smile from the bottom up. Denture options are also available, and can even be anchored on top of implants for a more secure fit!
Our team loves kids! Our hygienists are great with children that feel a bit anxious about coming to the dentist. After all, we want the visit to be something they enjoy!
Severe gum disease requires thorough cleaning below the gumlines to remove calcified deposits of tartar (calculus). Otherwise, the damage could lead to tooth and bone loss - impacting more than just your teeth.
West Reno is an Invisalign® provider and has been working with the clear braces since 2001. The system uses clear, removable aligners that give you straight teeth without anyone knowing you’re wearing them. Plus, we also provide conventional metal braces for people with more complex crowding or malocclusion.
You never knew how easy or comfortable a root canal could be until you visit West Reno Dental for your treatment! Anatomical root canals are the tiny passages that branch from the top of the tooth through the roots. If infected, they can cause pain or abscesses.
The root canal procedure removes the diseased tooth, as well as the damaged nerve, and cleans out the canal to preserve the tooth. A crown is then placed over the tooth to stabilize it, as teeth become brittle once the nerve is removed. The crown also restores the functionality and appearance of the endodontically treated tooth.
Have you ever wondered if it was possible to treat a cold sore before it even pops up? You can - and lasers usually cut the time of your cold sore irritation down by about 50%. It takes just a few minutes to complete.
Questions About Our Dental Services?
New patients are always welcome. Call us today to schedule an evaluation about your specific smile needs!