Loch Dental offers a wide range of dentistry services focused on quality care and maximum comfort, function, health & esthetics. We offer complete, comprehensive family dentistry including cleanings, teeth whitening, sealants, digital radiography, root canals, fillings, oral surgery, crowns, bridges, dentures & partials. In addition to explaining the findings of an initial examination, our dentist will outline a specific program of treatment to correct any existing problems you may be experiencing and to prevent future ones. Our goal is to enable you to re-establish a healthy and attractive smile.
At Loch Dental we strive to make your dental experience as easy and convenient as possible. Our friendly & knowledgeable staff is always available to answer your questions, as well as to explain your options. We work with all insurances and will do our best to inform you of your costs so there are no unexpected associated fees.
Emergency Dental Care
Tooth Ache Relief is only a call away. If you are experiencing a swollen jaw, cracked tooth, lost or loose filling, sore gums, root canal or need dental repair give us a call
Improve the appearance of your teeth, gums, or bite. Some examples are teeth whitening, bonding, dental bridges, or veneers.
It’s important to keep your teeth clean every day so you can keep a healthy smile. Visiting your dentist for regular check-ups and cleanings are important to schedule to help prevent tooth decay, tooth loss and gum disease.
Oral surgery is required for many reasons. A common issue is an impacted tooth, caused by the crowding of teeth or a tooth that is poorly positioned and is damaging the surrounding teeth.
If you have tooth decay sometimes a Filling is necessary to restore the tooth a normal function and shape.
A Root Canal happens when a large cavity damages the tooth’s root usually causing the root to become inflected or inflamed.
Crowns & Bridges
A crown is a “cap” that is placed over the tooth to restore it’s shape, size strength and improve the appearance. Bridges support the gap between missing teeth, they are usually supported by natural teeth or implants.
Gum Disease Treatment
Gum Disease is an inflammation of gums that is caused by the bacteria in plaque. If plaque is not removed during daily brushing and flossing it can build up and infect not only your teeth but your gums as well.
Our dentists can help you learn good oral hygiene techniques and help point out areas that need special attention.