Audubon Dental Group

Progressive Dentistry. Caring Approach. Experience The Difference!


Preventative Services are any service that maintains healthy teeth or helps to avoid cavities, gum disease, enamel wear, and more.


Prophylaxis (Cleanings) – We recommend cleanings twice a year for a healthy mouth and more frequent cleanings for those with gum disease or other health complications.

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Gross Debridement (removal of plaque and tartar) – The gross removal of plaque and calculus that interfere with the ability of the dentist to perform a comprehensive oral evaluation.

Root Canal – Root canal therapy is performed in order to save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected. This occurs when the dental pulp where the nerves and the blood vessels of the teeth are located are infected or damaged by decay or trauma.

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Periodontal Probing – Is to measure pocket depths around a tooth in order to establish the state of health of the gums.

Placement of Sealants – Sealants are a dental treatment intended to prevent tooth decay by painting a thin coating on the grooves of chewing surfaces.

Pediatric Dentistry – We are able to address many of the issues and provide dentistry for your children. If a specific pediatric specialist is needed, we will be happy to refer them to the right facility.

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Emergency Dentist – Emergencies happen. When it comes to tooth pain, we know a fast solution is the best. We will try to see, diagnose and correct tooth pain the day it begins.

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Localized Antibiotics –  is an antibiotic treatment for gum disease that is used as an add‐on therapy to dental scaling and root planing (SRP) procedures.

Topical Fluoride – Is applied directly to and absorbed by the surface of the teeth. Fluoride is absorbed easily into tooth enamel, especially in children’s developing teeth. Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay by making the entire tooth surface more resistant to acid attacks from the bacteria that live in the plaque on your teeth.

Topical Desensitizing Agent – Is applied directly to the surface of the teeth to treat hypersensitivity. The occurrence of pain from hypersensitive dentin (layer of tooth under the enamel) can occur when patients brush their teeth, use dental floss, eat cold (or hot) foods, drink iced beverages, breathe in cold air and/or eat sour, acidic, sweet or sugary foods.

IV Sedation – We offer IV sedation for patients who need the extra relaxation or are having a major procedure.

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Oral Cancer Screening – We are happy to provide oral cancer screenings with all examinations performed by a dentist or doctor to look for signs of cancer  or precancerous conditions in your mouth.

Custom Fit and Designed Sports Mouth Guard – Is a custom made mouth guard designed fit your teeth (and your teeth only), to protect them during activities where oral trauma is a risk. Such as football, soccer, rugby, MMA, boxing, hockey, basketball, etc. They can come in 10 different colors with names, logos, pictures, rhinestones, etc.

Occlusal Guard (Night Guard) – Is a horseshoe shaped piece of plastic which is worn over the teeth to protect them against damage caused by teeth clenching and grinding. It works by creating a physical barrier between your upper and lower teeth so that you bite against the plastic rather than wearing down your teeth.

Toothache – Toothaches are painful and can occur as if out of the blue. The range of treatment needed can be from nothing to having a root canal or tooth removed. Do not take chances. Infection can spread from the mouth to other areas of the body creating a much worse problem.

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TMJ Treatment – If you have discomfort when opening wide, chewing, headaches, among other symptoms, you may have a TMJ problem. A consultation is needed to find the best treatment.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal – Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last adult teeth to appear in the mouth. Most people do not have room for these teeth to fit in their mouth and thus they become stuck or impacted, often needing removal.

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