Dental Services Offered
About Us: Rayview Dental Group
Emergency Dental Care
Rayview Dental Group is available in case you break a tooth, lose a filling, severely cut your mouth or tongue, or have any other dental emergencies. Please contact us at 816-737-3400.
Due to the natural accumulation of plaque and bacteria, professional teeth cleanings are highly recommended. Our dentist will conduct a dental examination, get rid of the accumulated tartar, and polish your teeth. Additionally, our dentist can provide you with further information on how to keep your teeth looking exceptional.
Teeth discoloration happens often, and some of the common causes involve drinking wine or coffee, smoking, and/or eating hard candy. While there are several home remedies available, many are not effective or take a long time to show results. We offer great teeth whitening services that are safe and whiten your smile in as little as one session.
Zoom In-Office Teeth Whitening
Zoom in-office teeth whitening is known to remove teeth discoloration and lighten your teeth up to eight shades. The patented whitening gel is applied to your teeth in conjunction with blue light to maximize the results. When the procedure is over, our dentist will provide tips on how to preserve your whiter teeth and prevent future stains.
Rayview Dental Group is proud to offer you Invisalign clear aligners as an alternative to metal braces. These popular aligners give you the advantages of traditional braces but with a different look.
Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible and are customized to fit your teeth. They are engineered to provide the right amount of pressure to align your teeth accordingly and offer the convenience of being removable. Our dentist will arrange a customized treatment plan when you choose Invisalign and will give you instructions on how to proceed at home.
An abscess is an infection that involves pockets of puss that can result from an untreated cavity, injury, or old dental work. The typical signs of an abscess include swollen gums and jaw aches. Our dentist can discuss treatment options available for this condition.
Dental crowns are a treatment that is used when large cavities threaten the overall health of a tooth. Crowns are placed by our dentist and completely cap or encircle a tooth or dental implant. They are typically bonded to the tooth using dental cement.