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Maple Shade Dental at Camp Crossing
809 W Camp Street, East Peoria, IL 61611

General Dentists in Camp Crossing

A healthy smile is good for your whole body. Good oral health can prevent bad breath, tooth decay, and a host of other conditions. Together with a general dentist in Camp Crossing, you can achieve dental health that lasts a lifetime.

Is There a Difference Between a Specialist and a General Dentist?

General dentists are responsible for the overall dental well-being of both adult and children patients. These dental professionals provide a full range of services instead of specializing in one area of dentistry. Most routine dental procedures, such as tooth fillings and deep cleanings, are performed at a general dental office.

What Services Do General Dentists Provide?

A general dentist provides comprehensive dental care that can repair and preserve the health of your teeth and gums. When you visit our modern dentist general practice, you’ll receive a thorough examination, X-rays, and dental cleaning. You can also call our office if you suspect you have a cavity or another dental health problem.

General Dentistry Services

Our general family dentistry office provides a number of services in a friendly, patient-focused environment. Listed below are the general dentistry services currently offered to our patients.

  • Dental Sealants
  • Dentures and Dental Services
  • Gingivitis/Gum Disease Treatment
  • Laser Dentistry
  • Laughing Gas Sedation Dentistry
  • Oral Cancer Screenings
  • Oral Hygiene and Bad Breath Cure
  • Restorative Dentistry and Tooth Fillings
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Snore Guards
  • TMJ Therapy
  • Tooth Crowns and Bridges

How Often Should I Go to the General Dentist?

When learning about the benefits of good dental health, many people wonder, “How frequently should I see a general dentist near me?” While healthy patients may only require 2 checkups per year, those with more severe dental problems may require several visits.

How Much Does a Dental Appointment Cost?

The price of a dental visit depends on what treatments are necessary to improve the health of your smile. Please give us a call if you have questions about insurance, pricing, or payment.

Is Dental Health Important?

With regular cleanings and checkups from your dentist, your teeth will stay healthy throughout your life. People who neglect their dental health may suffer from painful dental conditions that require extensive treatments to fix.

How Long Does a Dental Cleaning Take?

People who practice excellent dental hygiene at home may only require a short 30-minute cleaning. If it has been a long time since your last dental visit, your cleaning may take longer.

Preparing for a Dental Appointment

Organizing your information ahead of time is a great way to help the appointment process go smoothly. To be prepared, gather information about your current prescriptions, health conditions, and insurance coverage. Give us a call if you have questions about preparing for your dental appointment.

What Happens When You Don’t Go to a Dentist?

When you don’t see a dentist regularly for exams and cleanings, tooth decay and gum disease can rapidly develop without you knowing. These issues can be expensive to treat when in their advanced stages. Fortunately, our skilled dentists can often reverse the damage if caught in its early stages. Call us today to schedule a dental exam.

Dental Sealants

Tooth decay is one of the most common health problems in the world. It’s especially prevalent in children and aging adults, but it can affect anyone who has teeth. One powerful and often overlooked weapon in the fight against tooth […]

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Dentures and Dental Services

When you’re missing several teeth, your entire appearance can change. You may even find it harder to chew or speak. Our affordable quality dentures can help you restore your smile, allowing you to participate in your favorite activities.

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Gingivitis/Gum Disease Treatment

Periodontal disease, which is commonly called gum disease, is an inflammation or infection of the gum tissue that surrounds teeth and helps to hold them in place. The first stage of gum disease is gingivitis and this is the only […]

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Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry offers advanced comfort and improved results for patients. These advanced treatment options use the power of pure light to remove decay, reshape gum tissue and clean teeth effectively. We offer cutting-edge laser dentistry in Camp Crossing for a […]

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Laughing Gas Sedation Dentistry

If your fear of going to the dentist prevents you from getting the dental care you need, you’re not alone. Dental anxiety is a common and serious problem, but it doesn’t have to ruin your smile. With a little help […]

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Oral Cancer Screenings

More than 40,000 Americans will face a diagnosis of oral cancer every year. Fortunately, your dentist can help detect cancer in your oral cavity at an earlier stage when treatment is more successful.

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Oral Hygiene and Bad Breath Cure

Good dental hygiene is important for people of all ages. Maintaining excellent oral hygiene in Camp Crossing requires regular checkups and cleanings from a dental professional. At our office, we provide comprehensive dental hygiene for kids and adults that will […]

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Restorative Dentistry and Tooth Fillings

With the proper maintenance and care, your teeth and gums can last a lifetime. However, sometimes a tooth is damaged or develops a cavity. When this happens, it’s important to visit your dentist. Our dentists offer restorative dentistry in Camp […]

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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal surgery, which is also known as endodontic treatment, is a surgical procedure that removes diseased pulp from the center of a tooth and permanently relieves symptoms of advanced decay, infection or serious injury.

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Snore Guards

Clinically proven to reduce snoring, the Snore Guard® is a small oral appliance worn while sleeping. The custom-fit device our Camp Crossing dentist create, helps to prevent your tongue and jaw from slipping when your muscles relax, therefore blocking your […]

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TMJ Therapy

Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) is a relatively common condition that may affect as many as 10 million people in the U.S. alone. Patients with TMJ may experience severe headaches, pain in the jaw and malformed bites due to this serious […]

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Tooth Crowns and Bridges

Tooth crowns and dental bridges in Camp Crossing are an effective way to cover or restore damaged and missing teeth. A tooth crown or bridge both are fixed prosthetic devices that that look and function like natural teeth.

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Patient Reviews
Jennifer and Julie are just wonderful. So professional and friendly.
Kevin T.
My hygienist, Jen, is why I continue to come back. She knows me and my family and all about the type of care my teeth need. She makes it feel like going to see a friend rather than a random dental […]
Kevin M.
It was a completely awesome visit from the front desk to getting my tooth pulled. I love this office! Going to the dentist isn’t scary at all here!
Jamie H.
Everyone in this office is friendly and works very hard to make the patients feel comfortable in an environment that can be intimidating to many people. This office is great!
Michael M.
Everyone is awesome and very efficient.
Tia V.
Friendly staff. Didn’t give me the run-around or recommend things that I really didn’t need. Actually listened to what I had to say
Faith H.
Dr. Susan was awesome! Very friendly a great manners.
Tammy Z.
Jen helped our daughter relax and have a fun time while getting her cleaning. She even praised her for taking better care of her teeth this time. I believe this helps my daughter’s confidence.
Audrey H.
I’ve always been greeted by a friendly face and the whole staff is not only professional, but very friendly too!
Asher K.
The staff is very friendly, patient , and I wouldn’t change my dentist for anything! I look forward to getting my teeth cleaned !
The staff is very friendly, patient , and I wouldn’t change my dentist for anything! I look forward to getting my teeth cleaned !
A very nice and professional staff.
Michael G.
Friendly people, great service provided and I always leave with a smile!
Dana B.
The staff is amazing. So caring and helpful. The receptionist and Jen are amazing people!
Kelcie F.
Great friendly staff! This appt was for my children (ages 9 and 6). They were nervous, but everyone in the office put them at ease right away!
Eden W.
Everyone was so friendly and never made me feel like I was an annoyance. (Even though I very well could have been)
Monica H.
Very nice and willing to get you in as soon as they can. The whole staff is just super friendly.
Kelcey M.
everyone in the office is awesome! they treat you like family and explain all procedures completely before starting. they are flexible in the scheduling.
Tracy W.
I absolutely love the attention to detail and the personality of the office staff!its a welcoming atmosphere!
Nicole B.
very friendly and professional staff
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