Cosmetic Dentistry | Tooth Whitening Tupelo MS

MONROE FAMILY DENTISTRY

Dental Excellence & Compassionate Care

Dental Implants Tupelo MS
Implants

Dental implants are the replacement of a tooth that has been lost. Implants are a screw like device that are inserted into the bone and they naturally bond.

Tooth Whitening Tupelo MS
General Dentisty

General Dentistry is dental care for people of all ages and consists of preventative services, restorative services, cosmetic procedures, and overall oral health concerns.

Dental Crowns Tupelo MS
Crowns

A Dental Crown is a “cap” that is place over a tooth to restore the tooth’s shape, size appearance and strength.

Our Services

GENERAL DENTISTRY

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General Dentistry is dental care for people of all ages and consists of preventative services, restorative services, cosmetic procedures, and overall oral health concerns. General dentistry focuses on establishing and maintaining good oral health for patients while taking care of dental problems as they arise. Dental Hygiene is the foundation for long term dental health.

CROWN

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A Dental Crown is a “cap” that is place over a tooth to restore the tooth’s shape, size appearance and strength. Crowns can be used to cover a large filling, protect a weak tooth, hold a dental bridge, cover a dental implant, cover a root canal, and even for cosmetic purposes.

BRIDGES

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A bridge consists of either a crown or an implant on either side of the missing teeth with a pontic in between them. Bridges can restore your smile, maintain the shape of your face, and help restore your ability to chew and speak. They can also help maintain the spacing of your remaining teeth.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

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Dental implants are the replacement of a tooth that has been lost. Implants are a screw like device that are inserted into the bone and they naturally bond. An abutment is then placed on top of the implant and the final step is a crown that matches your natural teeth. Implants allow a more sturdy, permanent fix then a partial or bridge would.

DENTURES

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A denture is a removable replacement for missing tooth and gum tissue. There are two types of dentures: partial and complete. Partials are used when one or more of the natural teeth are still remaining. They generally consist of replacement teeth attached to a plastic base and it helps the remaining teeth stay in their current position. Complete dentures consist of conventional and immediate dentures. Conventional are placed about 12 weeks after the original teeth have been pulled and the gums are healed. Immediate are placed immediately after the original teeth are extracted.

ORAL SURGERY

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Oral surgery refers to surgical procedures performed in or around the mouth. Oral surgery can include the extraction of impacted wisdom teeth and the placement of dental implants.

ROOT CANAL

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A root canal is a dental procedure to save your current tooth. Dental pain can be caused by a failing tooth that can often be fixed with the treatment of a root canal. The pulp of the tooth is carefully cleaned out and disinfected then sealed. Most root canals are successful and provide extended life to the original tooth.

COSMETICS

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Cosmetic Dentistry typically involves the addition of materials to your original teeth. Cosmetics generally include veneers, crowns, bonding, inlays and onlays. Teeth whitening and orthodontics can also be part of cosmetic dentistry.

TOOTH WHITENING

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Tooth whitening is a method to enhance your teeth’s natural shade of white. Zoom! Whitening by Phillips is an in-office method that provides optimal shades of white to your teeth. Home whitening kits allow you to continue whitening at home as well.

BRACES

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Six Month Smiles® is an ideal option for patients 16 and older that have crooked, spaced, or misaligned teeth.

GENERAL DENTISTRY

General Dentistry is dental care for people of all ages and consists of preventative services, restorative services, cosmetic procedures, and overall oral health concerns. General dentistry focuses on establishing and maintaining good oral health for patients while taking care of dental problems as they arise. Dental Hygiene is the foundation for long term dental health.

DENTAL CROWN

A Dental Crown is a “cap” that is place over a tooth to restore the tooth’s shape, size appearance and strength. Crowns can be used to cover a large filling, protect a weak tooth, hold a dental bridge, cover a dental implant, cover a root canal, and even for cosmetic purposes.

DENTAL BRIDGES

A bridge consists of either a crown or an implant on either side of the missing teeth with a pontic in between them. Bridges can restore your smile, maintain the shape of your face, and help restore your ability to chew and speak. They can also help maintain the spacing of your remaining teeth.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are the replacement of a tooth that has been lost. Implants are a screw like device that are inserted into the bone and they naturally bond. An abutment is then placed on top of the implant and the final step is a crown that matches your natural teeth. Implants allow a more sturdy, permanent fix then a partial or bridge would.

DENTURES

A denture is a removable replacement for missing tooth and gum tissue. There are two types of dentures: partial and complete. Partials are used when one or more of the natural teeth are still remaining. They generally consist of replacement teeth attached to a plastic base and it helps the remaining teeth stay in their current position. Complete dentures consist of conventional and immediate dentures. Conventional are placed about 12 weeks after the original teeth have been pulled and the gums are healed. Immediate are placed immediately after the original teeth are extracted.

ORAL SURGERY

Oral surgery refers to surgical procedures performed in or around the mouth. Oral surgery can include the extraction of impacted wisdom teeth and the placement of dental implants.

ROOT CANAL

A root canal is a dental procedure to save your current tooth. Dental pain can be caused by a failing tooth that can often be fixed with the treatment of a root canal. The pulp of the tooth is carefully cleaned out and disinfected then sealed. Most root canals are successful and provide extended life to the original tooth.

TOOTH WHITENING

Tooth whitening is a method to enhance your teeth’s natural shade of white. Zoom! Whitening by Phillips is an in-office method that provides optimal shades of white to your teeth. Home whitening kits allow you to continue whitening at home as well.

COSMETIC DENTISTRY

Cosmetic Dentistry typically involves the addition of materials to your original teeth. Cosmetics generally include veneers, crowns, bonding, inlays and onlays. Teeth whitening and orthodontics can also be part of cosmetic dentistry.

DENTAL BRACES

Six Month Smiles® is an ideal option for patients 16 and older that have crooked, spaced, or misaligned teeth.

GENERAL DENTISTRY

General Dentistry is dental care for people of all ages and consists of preventative services, restorative services, cosmetic procedures, and overall oral health concerns. General dentistry focuses on establishing and maintaining good oral health for patients while taking care of dental problems as they arise. Dental Hygiene is the foundation for long term dental health.

CROWN

A Dental Crown is a “cap” that is place over a tooth to restore the tooth’s shape, size appearance and strength. Crowns can be used to cover a large filling, protect a weak tooth, hold a dental bridge, cover a dental implant, cover a root canal, and even for cosmetic purposes.

BRIDGES

A bridge consists of either a crown or an implant on either side of the missing teeth with a pontic in between them. Bridges can restore your smile, maintain the shape of your face, and help restore your ability to chew and speak. They can also help maintain the spacing of your remaining teeth.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are the replacement of a tooth that has been lost. Implants are a screw like device that are inserted into the bone and they naturally bond. An abutment is then placed on top of the implant and the final step is a crown that matches your natural teeth. Implants allow a more sturdy, permanent fix then a partial or bridge would.

DENTURES

A denture is a removable replacement for missing tooth and gum tissue. There are two types of dentures: partial and complete. Partials are used when one or more of the natural teeth are still remaining. They generally consist of replacement teeth attached to a plastic base and it helps the remaining teeth stay in their current position. Complete dentures consist of conventional and immediate dentures. Conventional are placed about 12 weeks after the original teeth have been pulled and the gums are healed. Immediate are placed immediately after the original teeth are extracted.

ORAL SURGERY

Oral surgery refers to surgical procedures performed in or around the mouth. Oral surgery can include the extraction of impacted wisdom teeth and the placement of dental implants.

ROOT CANAL

A root canal is a dental procedure to save your current tooth. Dental pain can be caused by a failing tooth that can often be fixed with the treatment of a root canal. The pulp of the tooth is carefully cleaned out and disinfected then sealed. Most root canals are successful and provide extended life to the original tooth.

TOOTH WHITENING

Tooth whitening is a method to enhance your teeth’s natural shade of white. Zoom! Whitening by Phillips is an in-office method that provides optimal shades of white to your teeth. Home whitening kits allow you to continue whitening at home as well.

COSMETICS

Cosmetic Dentistry typically involves the addition of materials to your original teeth. Cosmetics generally include veneers, crowns, bonding, inlays and onlays. Teeth whitening and orthodontics can also be part of cosmetic dentistry.

BRACES

Six Month Smiles® is an ideal option for patients 16 and older that have crooked, spaced, or misaligned teeth.

GENERAL DENTISTRY

General Dentistry is dental care for people of all ages and consists of preventative services, restorative services, cosmetic procedures, and overall oral health concerns.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are the replacement of a tooth that has been lost. Implants are a screw like device that are inserted into the bone and they naturally bond.

DENTURES

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and gum tissue.

TOOTH WHITENING

Tooth whitening is a method to enhance your teeth’s natural shade of white.

BRACES

Six Month Smiles® is an ideal option for patients 16 and older that have crooked, spaced, or misaligned teeth.

Value & Respect

Monroe Family Dentistry is a top rated dental clinic in Tupelo, MS that focuses on providing our patients the most up to date dental techniques in a comfortable and friendly environment. We strive to make each patient’s dental experience the best and change lives one smile at a time.

Our Team

Dr. Monroe and his experienced team strive to provide each patient with the highest quality of dental care. They value and respect each patient that walks through the door and your comfort and trust is what we wish to gain.

Clinic hours

  • Monday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Wednesday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Thursday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I go to the dentist regularly?

It is important to see your dentist regularly. By seeing your dentist regularly, you are taking the necessary preventative measures to keep your teeth healthy. It also allows for earlier treatment when issues arise, therefore, leading to fewer issues long term.

Why do I need to floss?

While you may think that brushing your teeth alone is enough, it is important to floss in addition. Brushing removes the plaque and bacteria left on your teeth. Flossing removes the bacteria that is hiding in the tiny spaces your toothbrush cannot reach. Brushing your teeth only cleans about 60% of the plaque and tartar that builds up daily in your mouth and on your teeth. Flossing takes care of the other 40% as it reaches places where toothbrush bristles just cannot go.

What is local anesthesia?

During a dental procedure, local anesthetic is injected to prevent you from feeling pain during a filling, tooth extraction, crown, dental emergency, or other procedures. This will keep you comfortable during your treatment by stopping the nerves from sending pain producing signals to your brain.

How can I prevent cavities?

Spending two to three minutes brushing your teeth twice daily helps to remove the bacteria that causes cavities. In addition, flossing once a day gets rid of the bacteria between your teeth.
Watching your sugar intake can also help in the prevention of cavities. Keep in mind foods like raisins or peanut butter that are more likely to stick to your teeth.
Rinsing your mouth out after eating, especially if you are not able to brush afterward, helps prevent bacteria from building up.
These few helpful tips, along with your regular visits to the dentist, will help you prevent cavities.

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