General Dentistry in Topeka, Kansas

General Dentistry in Topeka, Kansas

At Topeka ProDental we proudly provide quality general dentistry in Topeka, Kansas, and the surrounding areas. We commit to delivering the best patient care by creating a unique patient experience. Our goal is always to exceed our patient’s expectations by helping them achieve ultimate oral health.

Dental Procedures Provided at Topeka ProDental

Our general dentists have invested time, resources, and energy into advanced training and continued education to offer our patients a wide range of general dentistry services. Some of the dental services that we provide are:

What is air abrasion dentistry?

Air abrasion dentistry uses a tool that functions like a mini-sandblaster. It sprays out a fine mist of particles made of silica, aluminum oxide, or a baking soda mixture. Your dentists aim the stream at stained or decayed areas of your teeth and sandblast the decay away. The particles are then suctioned from your mouth with a thin tube leaving your teeth the cleanest they have ever been. Click this link to learn more.

What are dental sealants?

The chewing surface of the molars has deep grooves that make them vulnerable to decay. These fissures can be challenging to clean with a toothbrush.

Dental sealants are coatings placed on the chewing (occlusal) surface of the permanent molars and premolars to help protect them from plaque and bacteria. Dental sealants provide extra protection for the grooved and pitted areas by providing a smooth surface covering the fissured area.

What is intraoral camera technology?

An intraoral camera allows your general dentist to view clear, precise images of your mouth, teeth, and gums. With clear, defined, enlarged images, it enables Drs. Weber and White to make an accurate diagnosis and help our team see details that standard mirror examinations may miss.

What is a lingual frenectomy?

A lingual frenectomy is a procedure that surgically removes the thin band of tissue that connects the tongue to the bottom of the mouth. This procedure treats patients that have difficulty eating or speaking, giving them the name ‘tongue-tied.’ 

What is neuromuscular dentistry for TMD relief?

Neuromuscular dentistry is a dental treatment that focuses on correcting jaw misalignment. Neuromuscular dentistry differs from traditional dentistry. It focuses on the muscles and nerves in and around the jaw, ensuring the correct positioning — as part of overall oral health.

What is occlusal disease treatment?

Occlusal disease is a prevalent disorder that affects how the patient bites down when chewing or speaking. A patient’s bite can impact dental health and overall well-being. Bite problems can lead to chronic concerns like migraine headaches or worn-down teeth. Early diagnosis is crucial to avoid more significant problems in the future. Click here to learn more. 

What is sedation dentistry?

Sedation dentistry uses medication to help anxious patients relax during dental procedures. It’s sometimes called “sleep dentistry,” although that’s not entirely accurate. Patients are usually awake except for those who are under general anesthesia. Sleep dentistry is beneficial for those patients with dental anxiety.

Read this review from our patient, Rachel Lynn Jauregui:

I’m 30 years old, and I’ve cried and had panic attacks at every single dentist appointment I’ve ever been to, even just for cleanings. It was this fear that prevented me from going regularly, and I pushed off a lot of things that needed done- until I was in extreme pain with an abscess. So I came here and I’m super glad I did. I ONLY CRIED THE FIRST TIME, when I wasn’t sure what to expect. Haha I’ve been in and out several times now. They’re super fast and super friendly. Dr. Weber will do anything in his power to keep you comfortable and relaxed. I know I won’t be going anywhere else, again. Him and his staff are awesome.

How Can Topeka ProDental Help?

Drs. Weber and White and their team have a philosophy of providing the best general dentistry in Topeka and helping each patient make informed decisions about their oral health. 

At Topeka ProDental, we find great value in serving our community. We love the Topeka, Kansas community and look forward to meeting new patients and helping them with all their oral health needs. Please call us at 785-273-2922 or send us a quick email to set up a consultation.

We look forward to meeting you and inviting you into our dental family!