Whether you’ve lived with stained or misaligned teeth that cause you to hide your smile or you’ve recently suffered tooth loss that impacts your appearance and self-esteem, we can offer the cosmetic treatments that will eliminate cosmetic dental concerns and have you smiling again in no time.
Dr. John and Dr. Jodi can help you to find the perfect solutions for your cosmetic concerns. We will gladly discuss your options for treatment so you can make informed decisions about your oral health and the appearance of your smile.
Do you want teeth that are straight, white, and perfectly sized for your mouth? Do you want to show your warm personality with a smile you can be proud to flash? We have the remedy, with cosmetic solutions that help you achieve your perfect smile.
Our office provides a wide range of comestic treatment options such as:
Tooth loss can be a devastating experience, especially when you lose multiple teeth. It can not only impact normal function, including your ability to eat and speak, but it can dramatically change your appearance and damage your self-esteem. The good news is, you don’t have to succumb to partial or complete tooth loss.
With help from the caring and qualified team at Shannon Family Dental, you can regain your smile, improve oral function, and boost confidence with custom made dentures.
We’re pleased to offer both partial and full dentures, ensuring that every patient has access to solutions that meet their particular needs.
Our goal is always to improve oral health, dental function, and confidence in your appearance. With suitable dentures, you can restore your dazzling smile after tooth loss and eat, drink, talk, and laugh knowing that no one is the wiser.
At Shannon Family Dental Care, we provide comfortable, and gentle hygiene cleanings. Our registered dental hygienists help you maintain optimal health, which goes far beyond polished enamel.
With a regular preventive schedule, we can remove the bacterial deposits that lead to dental disease. But we can also monitor for silent problems, such as tooth decay or gum disease before they become major issues.
Keeping a consistent schedule of professional dental care helps prevent or reduce some of the most common problems or symptoms related to oral health, including stained teeth, cavities, bad breath, dry mouth, gingivitis, and more. A dental cleaning is also the only effective way to remove tartar and calculus from your teeth and gums.
To maintain excellent oral health and prevent any issues from occurring, experts recommend that you have your teeth examined and cleaned by a professional dentist every six months.
Every time you're in our chair, we review many aspects of your health. Subtle changes in the lining of your mouth call for a closer evaluation, regardless of whether you use tobacco or not. Early detection of oral cancer saves many lives every year, and we're trained to recognize a myriad of oral tissue abnormalities.
Are you experiencing painful dental issues? Don't worry, we’re here to help! Our doctors strive to provide high-quality dental care to every patient we treat. Dental emergencies usually occur swiftly, without warning, and can be extremely painful.
Regardless of whether or not you are a regular patient with us here at Shannon Family Dental Care, and have experienced a dental emergency, call us at 870-932-9886 schedule the treatment you need during our regular business hours.
Straightening teeth isn't just for kids! Adults often make the most dedicated orthodontic patients, and it's never too late to discuss the options for a bright, straight smile. If you're not sure wires fit your tolerance level, don't worry. We offer traditional bracket and wire braces, as well as less invasive clear aligners, Dr. John can help you explore the possibilities.
We know the dentist can be a stressful situation for little ones. Both Dr. John and Dr. Jodi provide a provide a safe, comfortable environment for kids of all ages. They take their time with each patient, explaining all of our tools and processes to alleviate any fears!
Extractions & Preservation
While we focus on helping you maintain your teeth for a lifetime, sometimes certain teeth need to be removed. Wisdom teeth, extra teeth, or very crowded teeth present situations that may mean treatment involving removal. In some cases, severely decayed or cracked teeth, or those missing large amounts of supporting bone leave extraction as the only viable option.
We always consider your comfort regardless of the type of care you're receiving. We'll discuss your unique situation specifically to determine the best way to help you receive the treatment you need.