Tom Oliver S. 18th Community Clinic Dental Services
Early detection and treatment of problems with your gums, teeth and mouth can help ensure a lifetime of good oral health. You should have an exam twice a year.
Find out why it is important to keep your teeth clean and how you can prevent gum disease from developing. Make an appointment now.
We start seeing babies at 6 months of age (with or without teeth). We will help you take care of your child’s oral health as they grow.
We provide dental services to mothers during their pregnancy to help them give their babies the best start to a healthy mouth.
Poor oral hygiene allows plaque and tartar to accumulate and cause cavities (holes) in your teeth. If not fixed, the hole gets bigger and can cause a toothache. We can help you stay out of pain and keep your teeth.
Adults can lose their teeth to gum disease, a process that dissolves the bone that supports the teeth. Avoid the bad breath, bleeding gums and loose teeth by having gum disease treated.