Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Dentistry provides exceptional dental care, including family and pediatric dentistry and oral surgery. Our compassionate providers are dedicated to helping patients understand that prevention is key, so education is an important part of a patient’s visit. Proper dental care can help prevent gum disease, which has been linked to increased risk for heart attacks and strokes. Regular dental checkups can detect tooth decay and other conditions early on when treatment is most likely to be effective, including oral cancer.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Dentistry offers our patients an outstanding team of experienced providers, including dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants, employing the most up-to-date equipment and advanced diagnostic techniques to help patients of all ages lay the foundation for long-term excellent dental health.
Among other concerns, our practice addresses general dental hygiene, tooth decay and prevention, gingivitis and periodontitis (gum disease), tooth sensitivity, and tooth and gum injuries. We also provide some oral surgery services, as well as referrals for any services not available through this practice. To learn more about these services and conditions, please visit Saratoga Community Health Center. Most dental insurances are accepted, including Medicaid. Please feel free to inquire about additional payment options.
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Our experienced team performs oral surgery which includes tooth extractions, including wisdom teeth, impacted teeth, and dental implants (tooth root substitutes). These services begin with a consultation to determine best course of action.
After a comprehensive exam and imaging, our dental team provides many of the services commonly needed, such as fillings and root canals. We’re happy to answer any questions and discuss all options with our patients.
Our team is experienced working with children, providing an environment and equipment specific to meeting young needs. We also provide sealants, which are a thin layer of protective coating for teeth, typically back molars, to help prevent tooth decay if warranted.