Preventive Dentistry

To help prevent our patients from needing extensive dental treatment, we provide cleanings, digital X-rays (when needed),  sealants (to help protect teeth against decay), fluoride treatments (for healthier and stronger enamel) and custom mouthguards and nightguards.   Klein Family Dentistry also provides comprehensive individualized exams and consultations.

Benefits of Preventive Dentistry

In addition to being interested in the beauty of your smile, we are concerned with the health of your mouth. To help you achieve and maintain your optimal oral health, we focus on preventive care and regular dental checkups. This not only keeps your teeth and gums looking good, feeling great, and functioning well, but keeping up with your oral health can also significantly reduce the amount of money you’ll have to spend on dental treatment later in life.

Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry

Klein Family Dentistry uses the latest materials to restore your teeth back to health.  Dr. Klein uses all porcelain crowns and veneers and bridges (natural looking) as well as tooth-colored fillings.  As a clinical tester for Centrix Dental, Dr. Klein has access to the latest materials and methods to share with his patients.  Dr. Klein has taken advanced training in dental implant placement and dental implant restoration.  We also are able to provide endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) and dentures and removable partial dentures for our patients. We are a provider for KOR Deep Bleaching therapy as well.

Periodontal Health (Gum Health)

Including diagnosis of gum disease, treatment, and appropriate maintenance. Our focus, however, is on prevention whenever possible. We also screen for early detection of oral cancer.
If your gums feel sore, or if they look red and swollen, you may be at risk for periodontal disease (gum disease). Other signs are pain or sensitivity in your teeth, and persistent bad breath. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss as well as various other serious health problems. We want to help protect your teeth, smile, and health by checking you for gum disease and guiding you into a course of improved oral health.

Dental Implants
A dental implant is a titanium root that can be used to replace a natural tooth that is lost due to trauma, decay or gum disease. A dental implant consists of three parts: the implant, a titanium root that replaces your natural tooth’s root under the gum; an abutment, which is the foundation on which your new tooth will be seated; a crown, which is the tooth that is visible above the gum.