A healthy mouth is essential for a healthy body. That’s why it’s so important to take a proactive approach to your dental care, at home and with our team in Plymouth, MI!
Our general dentistry helps you stay ahead of the game by:
- Preventing dental problems like tooth decay, cavities, and gum disease.
- Detecting problems early so we can treat them effectively.
- Preserving the strength and health of your teeth and gums.
- Maintaining the youth and beauty of your smile overall!
Keep your oral health on track with help from Dr. Barber and our Plymouth, MI dental team! Call (734) 725-2022 today for an appointment.
Protect Your Smile From Dental Problems
Dr. Barber understands that your best dental health can only be achieved with personalized care and strategies that are specific to your needs, goals, and lifestyle. That’s why we offer several general dentistry services to suit diverse dental needs that arise throughout various stages of your life. It’s how we’re better able to protect your smile from dental problems!
At Chad W. Barber, DDS, you can keep your teeth and gums healthy in a number of ways:
- Dental sealants and fluoride varnishes
- Routine dental cleanings & exams
- Early cavity detection with state-of-the-art devices
- Nutritional counseling
- Dry mouth treatment with Biotene® and other solutions
- Customized mouthguards for athletes (just $35!) and to treat teeth grinding/bruxism
- Solutions for bad breath
Get Back on Track With Nonsurgical Gum Disease Treatment
Gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss, which is why your routine visits to our Plymouth, MI dentist office are so important! They allow us to prevent the buildup of plaque and tartar that threaten your oral health. We can also get your smile back on track with our nonsurgical gum disease treatment. When detected early enough, Dr. Barber and our team can provide comfortable gum therapy that removes bacteria and helps restore and heal the affected tissue. Through scaling and root planing, we can give your gums the deep cleaning they need to bounce back from the early stages of gum disease and prevent this smile-stealing infection from progressing.