Full-Service Dentistry in One Location
We are proud to offer a comprehensive list of additional dental services at our office. Having multiple general, cosmetic, and restorative procedures in one office gives our patients the convenience of a single-location family dentist and the comfort of being seen by the same team at each visit. Our additional dental services in Vicksburg, MS, all fall under the skillsets of Drs. Kenneth and Jonathan Nash, who are both trained and experienced in a variety of dental treatments and technologies.
From Preventive Dentistry to Dental Implants
In addition to offering all-inclusive additional dental services in Vicksburg, MS, we are experienced in comprehensive dental care, from preventive dentistry to dental implants. Drs. Nash have equal expertise in providing routine dental care for children and restoring lost teeth in older patients, and all additional dental services in between. This is not only highly convenient for you and your family, but ensures the highest quality of care and rarely, if ever, the need to be referred outside our office for treatment.
Our Comprehensive Additional Dental Services
We pride ourselves in having comprehensive additional dental services and work diligently to bring you exceptional care utilizing the latest technologies and techniques. Along with our leading dental services, our additional dental services provide our patients with the convenience of single-office care and comfort of seeing our experienced dentists.
Composite fillings are tooth-colored fillings used to restore or reshape teeth and are an alternative to amalgam fillings.
Tooth extractions remove teeth that are too badly decayed or diseased to be saved or to make room for more effective orthodontics.
Preventive dentistry includes routine dental hygiene appointments, x-rays, oral cancer screenings, and evaluations of the mouth, teeth, gums, and bone.
Family dentistry involves hygiene and routine appointments for children of patients as young as 3 years old through adults.
Dentures are removable appliances that restore partial or a full arch of missing teeth and can bring back adequate aesthetics and oral function.
Root canals clear away infection from the tooth roots to preserve the natural structure of the tooth and prevent bacteria from spreading.
Osseous surgery treats gum disease by removing plaque and tartar buildup from below the gum line to reduce periodontal pockets around the teeth.
A gingivectomy removes excess gum tissue affected by gum disease or to lengthen the height of the visible tooth.
A frenectomy removes the flap of tissue that binds the tongue or upper lip to the mouth to allow them to move more freely.