About Siena Dental
While your teeth are made of the strongest substance in your entire body, they are still subject to damage. A tooth can become cracked, chipped or broken due to a variety of reasons, ranging from severe decay and disease to trauma or injury. Regardless of how you chipped your tooth, you can count on Dr. Dave Mahon of Siena Dental for excellence in smile repair. Our Henderson, NV dental practice serves patients with a full range of general, cosmetic and restorative dental services, ensuring you have convenient access to anything your smile needs, at any given time.
Dr. Mahon is a gentle dentist who values a conservative approach to dentistry. This means he adheres to minimally invasive techniques that preserve the healthy, surrounding tooth structure as much a possible. Treatment for your cracked or chipped tooth depends on the location and severity of the damage. At Siena Dental, we perform services such as tooth-colored fillings or bonding, custom dental crowns and more. If your cracked tooth involves damage to the inner nerve chamber of the tooth, we can also offer root canal therapy to save your tooth and bring you out of pain. Restoring your smile is a job we take seriously at Siena Dental. Dr. Mahon places a strong emphasis on giving you a tooth repair solution that offers ideal aesthetics as well as long-lasting function.
At Siena Dental, you can expect to be treated like family in an environment that feels like home. To prove our commitment to patient satisfaction, we offer the latest dental technology in the industry, such as soft-tissue lasers, VelScope cancer screenings, air flow polishing and more. When choosing Dr. Mahon for chipped tooth repair or other restorative services, you will also get a no-fault, nationwide dental warranty on our work.
Is a chipped tooth threatening your appearance or your comfort? Schedule your appointment for chipped tooth repair in Henderson today. Siena Dental proudly offers flexible payment options, including a special in-house savings plan for patients who are uninsured.
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