Ensuring Healthy Smiles Through Quality and Affordable Dental Care
Community Health Alliance understands the important role of oral health in overall health. That’s why we provide patients with preventative, restorative and educational resources to maintain a healthy smile for years to come—no matter their health insurance situation.
Community Health Alliance and its team of friendly dental providers offer the following dental services:
Teeth Cleanings, Exams and X-Rays
Children should begin seeing a dentist for routine exams and cleanings once their first tooth appears or by the age of one. General guidelines state that patients should make an appointment for a professional dental cleaning every six months. Please speak to your provider about your unique treatment plan and schedule.
A dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating painted on the surfaces of teeth. The sealant bonds to the teeth to form a protective shield over the enamel of each tooth and seals out plaque and food. Learn more about dental sealants from the American Dental Association.
Cavities are common, even when someone may have an excellent oral health care routine. Our team can fill cavities quickly and with minimal discomfort.
Here is one of our many dental success stories:
“My 4-year-old had lots of cavities and I went to different offices for different opinions. Many offices wanted a lot of money and to put her to sleep. Dr. Montoya worked with my daughter to help her feel safe and make her be still so she could do the work while she was awake. Nowhere else would even try. My daughter actually enjoys the dentist now, and all five of my daughters are all better brushers now from talking and learning from Dr. Montoya. She is a blessing.” – Ann
Dental crowns are also called dental caps. This may be needed when a large cavity threatens the health of a tooth. We will help you determine the best option for you during your appointment.
Emergency Dental Services
People experience dental emergencies like chipped or lost teeth. Our team accepts dental emergency walk-in appointments based on availability. To schedule an appointment, please call (775) 329-6300.
So, how do you choose a dentist?
Your dental health is vital to your overall health, so it’s important to have an established dentist you feel comfortable with when you come in for your regular visits and dental emergencies. When choosing a dentist, consider the following questions:
- Is the dental office easy to get to from your home or job?
- Do they have convenient office hours? We are open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at our Wells Ave. Health Center.
- If you have dental benefits, is this dentist in your network?
- Do you need translation or interpreter services? We have bilingual dental providers!
Every person’s dental health needs are unique, and we’d love to help you on your journey.
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