Advanced Patient Care
Let us help you maintain a beautiful smile for years to come with a comprehensive treatment plan. We offer numerous general and cosmetic dentistry
services that can help you maintain optimal oral health, and use innovative techniques to ensure you get the best possible results. As with all of our procedures, our services are supported by a 110 percent money back guarantee!
Natural looking dentures can replace missing teeth
in the upper or lower jaw. We can create custom dentures that fit securely in your mouth by relying upon a set of dental implants or adhesives. Dr. Chad Wassink, your dentist in Harrisonville, has extensive experience placing dentures for patients with missing teeth.
If the pulp in the tooth has become infected, Dr. Wassink may recommend root canal therapy to stop the infection from spreading. A root canal can save the natural tooth and restore your oral health without surgery. It is a relatively simple procedure and will prepare the tooth for a restoration.
Some patients with damaged or infected teeth need a tooth extraction procedure to restore optimal oral health. We can perform tooth extractions for cosmetic or functional reasons. Harrisonville cosmetic dentist Dr. Wassink may perform a tooth extraction to get rid of severely broken or damaged teeth.
Wisdom teeth can cause significant pain and infection in the back of the mouth. Dr. Wassink may recommend a wisdom tooth removal procedure to eliminate discomfort or infection and restore oral health.
Bone loss occurs due to periodontal disease and after tooth loss, and may cause facial deformities and other problems as you age. A bone graft can restore lost bone and provide support for a tooth, or prepare areas of missing teeth for dental implants. Dr. Wassink may recommend an autogenous, allograft, or xenograft bone graft.
Those who have early to moderate periodontal disease are often candidates for scaling and root planing therapy. This procedures allows us to remove plaque and tartar deposits residing beneath the gum line that create breeding grounds for harmful bacteria. Patients who have been treated for gum disease are then provided periodontal maintenance therapy every three to four months to maintain the health of the gums and manage oral bacteria.