1901 S. Main St.

Findlay, OH 45840

419.423.4011

© 2014 by Jonathan K. Davis, DDS                 

Our Dental Services

a procedure that uses tooth-colored material

to close gaps, fix chipped teeth,

 or change tooth color

a system that uses metal bands and brackets to straighten crooked teeth or to change a maladaptive bite

a way to replace a missing tooth (or teeth) with a fixed unit . . . consists of a fake tooth (or teeth) suspended between two existing sound teeth, which are both then reinforced with crowns

used to prevent grinding or clenching of the teeth that usually occurs unconsciously during the day or while a person is sleeping

a "cap" that completely covers a damaged or decayed tooth 

a removable framework that replaces some missing teeth (a partial) or all teeth

(a full) . . . can be put in immediately after extracting teeth or made for patients who have been without teeth for awhile

pulling a tooth that is too badly damaged from trauma or decay to be repaired

the use of either tooth-colored or silver amalgam material to fill decayed areas or holes in a tooth

a way to replace a missing tooth (or teeth)by surgically fastening a post into the bone, then attaching a fake tooth (crown) to that post

 clear-aligner treatment that uses incremental transparent aligners to adjust teeth as an alternative to metal braces

routine visits that include teeth cleaning and polishing, pocket depth probing, topical fluoride treatment, and x-rays to maintain optimal oral health 

 inflamed or infected pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned and disinfected, then filled and sealed

 a thin, plastic coating painted on the chewing surfaces of teeth (usually the back teeth) to prevent tooth decay

a way to brighten teeth and remove stains and discoloration by using a bleaching agent and curing light

Our Medical Services

used to treat babies who are either lip-tied or tongue-tied by snipping unusually short, thick, or tight tissue that is limiting range of motion 

used to treat Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders, commonly called "TMJ," a group of conditions that cause pain and dysfunction in the jaw joint and the muscles that control jaw movement

used to treat a sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing or periods of shallow breathing during sleep

surgically removing the third molars (there are four of them) that may be causing pain or discomfort due to varying levels of impaction