How often should I visit Dr. Kelly M. LeBlanc?
According to the American Dental Association, patients should attend preventive dentistry visits twice each year in order to maintain the optimal level of oral health. Dr. LeBlanc and his team agree. More patients than ever are able to keep their natural smiles for a lifetime than ever before, and that is thanks in part to regular preventive dental care.
Should I get removable or implant retained dentures?
The decision to receive removable or dental implant supported dentures is largely personal. We recommend scheduling a consultation visit with our team. We’ll review your current state of oral health, past medical and dental history, and help you find the right solution to restore your smile.
Does your office offer teeth whitening?
We offer in-office deep bleaching and professional-grade take-home whitening kits for patients. Using in-office Whitening, we help patients brighten smiles up to ten shades in about an hour, and at-home whitening products offer similar results over the course of just a few weeks.
Are composite resin or amalgam fillings the best choice?
Both types of fillings restore damaged teeth, but in most cases, we recommend composite resin fillings. These fillings are shaded to blend seamlessly with the color of teeth, applied directly to the damaged tooth for a stronger bond, and leave patients with fully renewed smiles.
Is Invisalign right for me?
Innovations in Invisalign techniques and materials make it possible for more patients than ever to straighten their smiles without traditional, metallic braces. If you’d like to find out more about straightening your smile with clear plastic alignment trays, schedule a cosmetic dentistry consultation today.
What are the symptoms of sleep apnea?
Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that is frequently misdiagnosed due to the wide variety of warning signs and symptoms including: loud snoring, frequently waking at night, awakening with dry mouth, morning headaches, excessive daytime sleepiness, and lack of concentration. If you’d like to find out more, contact our team or a local sleep doctor.