Protect Your Oral Health with Our General Dentistry Services
Root Canal Therapy
When a tooth infection is left untreated, it can lead to a range of oral health concerns. Fortunately, root canal therapy can preserve the health of a tooth and prevent the need for extraction. Thanks to our advanced air abrasion instruments and sedation options, the procedure will involve negligible discomfort.
TMJ Disorder Treatment
Temporomandibular joints (TMJs) connect the lower jaw to the skull. When these joints become inflamed, you may experience TMJ disorder. Dr. Hancock has undergone extensive training in TMJ treatment, and he can often provide effective relief from this condition with a specialized oral appliance.
Professional Dental Cleanings
Routine dental cleanings provide a foundation for optimal oral health. By visiting our practice every six months, you allow our team to remove plaque from hard-to-reach-places and spot concerns at their earliest stages. Since patient education is a major focus of our practice, we will explain our findings clearly.
As the father of two, Dr. Hancock understands that a visit to the dentist may be scary for young children. That is why he takes extra steps to help ensure a positive experience for every child who visits his practice. If your child is over the age of three, we recommend that you bring him or her in for a first visit.
We want patients who suffer from dental anxiety to comfortably receive the oral care they deserve, which is why we proudly offer sedation dentistry services. Dr. Hancock has received extensive training in administering intravenous (IV) sedation, so you can rest assured that you will be in highly skilled hands.
Our Advanced Dental Technology
Our practice is equipped with state-of-the-art dental technology, which helps to make treatment more timely and accurate. We can use advanced imaging tools to diagnose conditions at their earliest stages, or utilize abrasion instruments and water irrigation devices to make treatment more comfortable.
“I always used to have anxiety about going to the dentist, but I never feel that way when I come to see Dr. Hancock.” —Kate