Services

At Caring Family Dentistry, we offer a range of advanced comprehensive dental services to patients of all ages. Our doctors have the skills and knowledge necessary to provide every patient with the care they need.

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With a warm and welcoming environment, our patients feel comfortable and can ask any questions they may have about their dental treatments.

If you’re located in Concord, NH, and are interested in routine teeth cleaning, gum disease treatment, dental implants, or any of our services, call us today.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

You deserve to feel confident in your smile. Caring Family Dentistry offers a selection of cosmetic dental services, always personalized to every patient’s unique smile, cosmetic goals, and oral health care needs.

Teeth Whitening

In one tooth whitening visit, with the help of our team, you will start seeing a whiter and brighter smile! With our whitening services, tooth discoloration and the effects of coffee, smoking, and tea will slowly disappear, leaving behind a beautiful white smile. Our process is fast, immediate, and will help make you look years younger.
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Invisalign®

Wish you could achieve a straighter smile without enduring the high costs, discomfort, and clunky appearance of metal braces? Invisalign® is transforming the world of orthodontics by providing an alternative to traditional metal braces with customizable and removable clear aligners. Every couple of weeks, you’ll receive a new set of clear aligners that will move your teeth into a straighter and more uniform position. Most patients can expect results sooner than metal braces. Plus, you can easily remove your Invisalign at meals, for meals, or to brush and floss your teeth.

Veneers

Dental veneers are an excellent, long-lasting cosmetic option if you have chipped, misaligned, stained, or worn down teeth. These thin porcelain shells that adhere to teeth, ultimately reshaping and improving their color and overall appearance. Each veneer is individualized to the shape and color of a tooth. Once they’re all bonded to the surface of your teeth, the veneers create a fuller, whiter, and more uniform smile.

Gingival Recontouring

Are you self-conscious of your “gummy smile”? If you have a disproportionate gum line, minimally invasive laser therapy can remove excess tissue and re-lengthen the height of your gums. Fast and pain-free, this procedure can correct gummy smiles in less time than traditional methods.

Dental Crowns

If you have cracked, broken, or decayed teeth, a dental crown can give you a brand new smile. Dental crowns look and act just like natural teeth. Functioning as a cap, a dental crown is customized to fit over an individual tooth, restoring and protecting its structure. Dental crowns are often implemented following root canal treatment, but they are also a viable treatment option if you have a significantly chipped or fractured tooth.

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Dental Implants

If you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants may be the perfect solution for you. Dental implants are natural-looking and are permanently anchored into the patient’s jawbone. It is important to replace missing teeth because your teeth can shift and cause a variety of dental problems. When your dental implants are placed, your jaw will bond and attach to the implant.

To see if you’re a candidate for dental implants, call us today at 603-230-9719. You can also visit the Dental Implant Center of New Hampshire

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Restorative Dentistry

Damaged teeth not only alter the physical appearance of your smile but can hinder your self-esteem and complicate your ability to chew and speak properly. With no shortage of options in restorative dentistry, we’re ready to help you restore and renew the appearance and integrity of your smile.

White Composite Fillings

A composite filling is used to repair a tooth that is affected by decay, cracks, or fractures. The decayed or affected portion of the tooth is removed and filled with a composite filling. There are many types of filling materials available, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Our team will discuss the best options for restoring your teeth.

 

 

Silver amalgam filling and composite filling.

Metal-Free Restorations

Long gone are the days of unsightly metal fillings and tooth restorations. Resembling the natural color of teeth, metal-free porcelain restorations adhere seamlessly to damaged teeth. Metal-free restorations are highly customizable and can come in the form of inlays, onlays, dental crowns, and bridges – depending on the patient’s situation and needs.

CEREC®

Traditionally, if crowns, onlays, inlays, or dental veneers are required to restore damaged teeth, you can expect to undergo multiple procedures and a great deal of waiting time in-between appointments. CEREC® creates ceramic restorations within minutes in the dental office. This means that many treatments can be completed in just a single visit. CEREC® consists of several computer-assisted design (CAD) tools and a milling machine that creates custom ceramic restorative devices. This is of great benefit to nervous patients.

Bridges

Tooth loss can create greater problems for your dental health if gum disease, decay, and injuries aren’t corrected. The teeth next to a missing tooth (or teeth) can begin to move and result in pain and discomfort. With bridges, our team can close any gaps in your mouth. The bridge is permanently cemented and will look and act just like natural teeth and help maintain the position of the rest of your teeth.
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Solea® Dentistry

With the Solea® all-tissue laser, you can experience a comfortable, relaxing, and pain-free experience at the dentist. Our team utilizes the Solea laser to fill cavities, treat gum tissue, and much more. Solea reduces the need for traditional drills, needles, and local anesthesia.

But that’s not all. We also utilize Solea® Sleep to help patients combat loud snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.

Solea® Sleep

Do you often wake yourself up in the middle of the night, choking or gasping for air? Do you suffer from excessive daytime fatigue, headaches, or memory loss? Is your snoring affecting your partner’s ability to sleep?

Obstructive sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that can wreak havoc on your physical and emotional well-being, leading to life-threatening conditions such as high blood pressure, heart attack, or stroke.

Fortunately, addressing chronic snoring and obstructive sleep apnea doesn’t always mean surgery. Solea® Sleep is a state-of-the-art, non-surgical laser that tightens tissue in the soft palace, reduces snoring vibrations, and opens up the airway passage while a person sleeps.

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Periodontal Dentistry

Periodontitis is a serious form of gum disease that can cause tooth loss and life-threatening health complications if left untreated. If you suffer from periodontal disease, you have options! Routine visits to your dentist are paramount, and together, we’ll come up with a treatment plan that will help you eradicate gum disease and restore your oral health.

LANAP

As we age, the risk for gum disease increases. If left untreated, gum disease can destroy the support bones in your mouth. Early detection and treatment are essential to helping you maintain good oral health. If you are suffering from gum disease, you have a variety of dental treatment options available to you.

LANAP (Laser-Assisted Attached Procedure) is one of the newest procedures to treat gum disease. LANAP is an FDA-approved treatment that offers patients a less invasive approach to treating periodontal disease. This procedure uses a precision laser to remove infected gum tissues without the need for sutures or stitches. It helps preserve your gum tissue and promotes healthy tissue regeneration.

LAPIP

Even with advanced dental implant technology, implants are not immune to gum disease. Peri-Implantitis is a condition where infections develop below the gum line, potentially resulting in bone loss around the implant. In some cases, the implant may be lost. In the past, if gum disease infected an area around an implant, it would usually result in the removal of the implant and surgical repair.

LAPIP (Laser-Assisted Peri-Implant Procedures) are FDA-cleared procedures to treat gum disease around infected implants. Like LANAP, this procedure does not involve scalpels or stitches. It helps remove unhealthy tissues and kills harmful bacteria below the gum line. It can also stimulate healthy tissue and may encourage bone development.

Scaling & Root Planing

Unremoved plaque can lead to gum infection and inflammation that cause the gum tissue to pull away from the teeth, forming pockets. Scaling and root planing involves deep cleaning of these pockets and below the gumline to remove plaque and tartar.

Laser Pocket Disinfection

When gums pull away from teeth and cause pockets to form along the gum line, it’s easy for bacteria to manifest and potentially infect the body’s bloodstream. Laser pocket disinfection is a fast, pain-free, and non-invasive method of disinfecting periodontal pockets and below the gum line and stimulating the body’s healing process.
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Children’s Dentistry

A lifetime of health and wellness begins with a child’s smile. At Caring Family Dentistry, we believe in taking a proactive approach to your child’s smile and oral health in the early stages of life. We work closely with patients throughout their childhood to instill healthy oral hygiene habits that they’ll carry with them throughout life.

We understand many children can experience stress and anxiety when it comes to visiting the dentist. To help pediatric patients relax and feel at ease throughout treatment, we offer mild nitrous oxide. We also utilize our minimally invasive Solea laser instead of noisy, disruptive drills.

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Other Services

As an all-encompassing practice, we offer a full-scope of procedures to assist our patients with all of their dental care needs – conveniently under one roof!

Root Canal Treatments

Untreated tooth infections can result in serious pain, worsening infection, and eventual tooth loss. A root canal is a procedure that involves removing infected and inflamed tissue from the innermost layer and nerve of a tooth (the pulp). After removing the infection, the dentist cleans and disinfects the area. The dentist fills and seals the area, which is then covered with a dental crown.

Third Molar Extractions

Wisdom tooth removal is common for teenagers and young adults. If allowed to erupt and grow, wisdom teeth can cause severe pain, teeth shifting, and infection. We perform wisdom tooth removal at our office. Because it is an invasive oral surgery procedure, patients can expect longer recovery times, post-surgery home care, and follow-up appointments.

Bone Graft

We perform bone grafting to help patients who have suffered bone loss in the jaw due to missing teeth and lack the support needed for dental implants.

Emergency Visits

Dental emergencies can be very frightening and often painful. Prompt treatment is generally always required to alleviate pain and to ensure your teeth have the best chance of survival. If you’re dealing with a dental emergency, call us immediately at 603-230-9719, and we will schedule you in as soon as possible.

Impressionless Dentistry

Digital mouth scanners have made messy mold impressions no more! Traditionally, mold impressions were taken of teeth to fit dental restorations. With digital mouth scanners, it’s simple to gain accurate measurements of teeth and the oral cavity. Plus, digital impressions reduce exposure to radiation and result in faster appointment time.

Digital X-Rays

Digital x-rays use an electronic sensor (instead of x-ray film) to capture and store digital images on a computer. These images are then viewed and enlarged, helping our team to detect problems easier. Digital x-rays reduce radiation compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental x-rays. These x-rays are essential, preventative, and provide valuable information that aren’t always visible during regular dental exams.
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Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Caring Family Dentistry
327 Loudon Rd
Concord, NH 03301

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Closed Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
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