Preventive Dentistry in Ocala
We love the opportunity to watch a family grow. We practice general family dentistry which is a comprehensive approach that is designed to address the dental needs of the entire family. Please see below for a general overview of some of the preventive dentistry services that we provide.
Check-Ups & Cleanings
At Weldon Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we are proud to provide top-tier oral health care for patients of all ages. We treat families and perform regular check-ups and cleanings to ensure that we keep you smiling for years to come. Regular check-ups and cleanings are essential for excellent oral health and we are here to make sure that you and your family maintain the type of smiles and health that you deserve. If you’d like to schedule an appointment with us or to learn more about the dynamic treatment options that we provide, Click here!
At Weldon General & Cosmetic Dentistry, we strive to educate Ocala and surrounding areas in all areas of oral healthcare. The healthcare of your children is important to us.
Are you unsure about when to take your child to the dentist, the importance of “baby” teeth, and how to care properly for your child’s oral health? If so you are not alone. Chances are you learned oral healthcare information from your parents or caregivers and they learned it from their parents or caregivers. The trouble is that much of this information is outdated and we now have scientific evidence that has allowed us to create best practices.
Pediatric dentistry is an extremely beneficial form of preventive dentistry. The treatment is specifically directed toward helping your family have positive experiences, develop effective oral health habits, and maintain terrific overall health.
Sleep Apnea Therapy
Recent years have provided the field of dentistry with the knowledge and technology to treat obstructive sleep apnea. Weldon General & Cosmetic dentistry is proud to offer the residents of Ocala and surrounding areas with sleep apnea and snoring treatment.
Sleep Apnea is an extremely common breathing disorder. The American Sleep Apnea Association estimates that 22 million Americans suffer from this disease. Apnea in Greek means “without breath”. Essentially sleep apnea is characterized by cessations in breathing during sleep. There are three types of sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea is by far the most prevalent form. Fortunately obstructive sleep apnea is treatable and new advances especially in the dental field have made it much more comfortable to treat. To learn more about how Weldon Family & Cosmetic Dentistry can help your sleep apnea, Click here!