Get a $150 New Patient Exam, Cleaning, and X-rays
New patients without dental insurance qualify for a $150 new patient exam, dental cleaning, and X-rays.
There’s no reason to live with damaged, diseased, or missing teeth. It’s going to limit the foods you can eat and impact your self-esteem. Don’t wait another day! Do something about it with the help of your restorative dentist in Independence. By visiting Dr. Justin Garner, you can:
Call us today at 816-208-8327 to get your teeth back into shape.
It might surprise you to learn that 9 out of 10 adults have untreated cavities. When ignored, these cavities can cause problems in your teeth and lead to worsening dental health. That’s why it’s so important to visit us regularly for checkups! We can treat oral health issues before they require more extensive work. Dr. Garner offers a wide range of restorative care options to give you back a healthy, complete smile. He may recommend:
If you are dealing with a dental emergency, we can see you within 24 hours. While we always try to save a tooth whenever possible, Dr. Garner can perform an extraction procedure when necessary to protect other healthy teeth.
Restorative dentistry includes many services designed to repair damaged or diseased teeth and replace missing teeth. It can range from something as routine as a tooth filling to a complex dental implant procedure. The goal is the same, however – to give you back a beautiful smile and renewed biting and chewing capacity.
A healthy mouth is so much more than clean teeth and gums. Throughout your lifetime, you may need restorative dental care to treat issues that cause pain or discomfort, interfere with your oral function, or threaten your oral health. Restorative dentistry addresses problems like cavities, tooth infection, dental injuries, and tooth loss to keep your teeth functional and your mouth healthy.
Root canals are needed when the pulp inside the tooth becomes diseased. This can happen either when a cavity goes untreated and the infection spreads to the pulp, or when a tooth suffers an injury that allows bacteria inside. In either case, we can usually save the tooth with root canal treatment.