Good dental care is very important for a person’s overall well-being. Our general dentists will perform a comprehensive exam for new patients to find out everything about the patient’s oral health. In addition, the exam can detect medical conditions before symptoms show up elsewhere in your body, including oral cancer, cardiovascular disease, gum and bone disease, diabetes and more. Tooth decay (dental cavities) and periodontal disease (gum disease) are the two most common oral diseases treated by dentists. General dentists can carry out the majority of dental care treatments, including restorative (fillings, crowns, bridges), prosthetic (dentures), endodontic (root canal) therapy, periodontal (gum) therapy and tooth extractions. Sometimes one of our specialists may have to be involved for certain treatments.
Don’t forget that with our Medical and Dental plan--offered exclusively by Cano Health--you’ll be able to take care of most of your dental needs for as low as a dollar a day. Your plan will include dental examinations, X Rays, and two cleanings a year. It’s a value of more than 400 dollars which you will receive as a bonus to the services offered on our medical plan. Ask us about Cano’s Dental/Medical plan today.
At Cano Health, our most important specialty is you. We are committed to seeing you whenever you need to be seen. In fact, if you’re a “walk-in” patient and in pain--we are trained to do everything we can to prioritize your treatment. Whether it’s oral surgery, extractions, implants, crowns or any combination thereof--we are here for you. And with our Dental Plan, we can make all of it affordable.
You can keep your teeth healthy with regular brushing, flossing and teeth cleaning checkups. However, over time one or more of your teeth may become damaged due to decay, cracks or trauma, your Cano Dental Care specialist can provide you with a dental crown or bridge to fix existing issues and prevent…Read More
A great smile is a great attitude. It can literally frame your personality and self-confidence. Whether it’s our sophisticated laser whitening system, veneers, dentures or Invisalign clear braces—Our cosmetic dentists are here to give you a million-dollar smile. However, you don’t have to pay millionaire…Read More
Even though dental care has vastly been improving, many Americans still suffer from tooth loss -- mostly due to tooth decay, gingivitis (gum disease), or injury. For many years, the only treatment options available for those with missing teeth were bridges and dentures. With modern dental care advances,…Read More
Missing teeth can greatly affect your ability to speak, eat and smile. The experienced specialists at Cano’s Dental Office offers various denture options to give your mouth full functionality again. We will shape dentures to exact proportions based on custom impressions of your mouth.Read More
If you are feeling self-conscious about a smile that isn’t so bright, Cano’s Dental Care center has something in store for you. We use the Zoom in-office laser whitening kit to make sure your teeth get whiter, faster. What’s more, Zoom has been shown to last longer than other teeth whitening appliances.…Read More
Orthodontic is the field of dental care that specializes in the treatment of improper bites and crooked teeth. They will often use braces and retainers to set your teeth in the right place. Although metal braces are most commonly used, other methods like Invisalign are available. Invisalign is clear…Read More
The Endodontists at Cano Health perform a variety of procedures including root canal therapy, treatment of cracked teeth and dental trauma treatment. When the pulp in a tooth becomes diseased or injured, root canal therapy is one of the most common procedures performed to save the tooth. Endodontics…Read More