General/Preventive Dentistry

Most of the conditions that negatively affect your smile can be avoided with regular care. Your team at Maple Grove Dental is committed to answering your questions about proper hygiene and to providing you with the most advanced preventive dentistry.

Fluoride Treatment

Fluoride treatments make teeth stronger and even reverse damage from decay in the outer layers of enamel on the smooth surfaces of the teeth.

One-year-old Exams

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that the appearance of the first baby tooth is a good indicator.


Are you embarrassed about your smile because of decayed, disfigured, or discolored teeth? If so, you may be a good candidate for composite resins.


In addition to preventing the grinding of teeth, the extra benefit of the NTI is that over time, the device teaches your muscles to relax.

Periodontal Therapy

Regularly scheduled supportive therapy is vitally important to your success in management of disease progression.

Root Canals

A root canal involves removing the soft tissue within the tooth (the pulp) when it has become infected and inflamed.

Oral Cancer Screenings

Oral cancer affects tens of thousands of Americans every year. As with most cancers, the key to beating the disease is to catch it before it progresses to a later stage.

Mouth guards

If your child plays sports or other similar activities, mouth guards are a great way to protect their teeth from potential injury.

Root planing and scaling

This extensive cleaning treatment is provided by the hygienist for patients who have tartar, calculus, and bacteria buried below the gum line of the tooth.

Tooth Extractions

When injury or decay extensively damages a tooth, an extraction is the only proper treatment option to start you on the path toward complete dental health.


To keep you from seriously damaging your teeth, we recommend a nightguard, which protects your teeth from grinding and clenching in your sleep.


Applying a sealant to your teeth can prevent cavities and the need for fillings, which must be replaced every six to eight years.

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