Looking for quality dental care for the entire family? For residents of , Dr. Brad Greenfield, explains our unique approach to providing natural and minimally invasive dental care for the entire family.
Dental Care Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What is holistic dentistry?
Answer: Dr. Greenfield believes in practicing holistic dentistry. He embraces the use of biocompatible materials, metal-free alternatives to traditional crowns and fillings, and minimally invasive treatment whenever possible.
Question: What are CEREC crowns?
Answer: Like regular crowns, CEREC crowns are caps that fit completely over the visible portion of a tooth, protecting and preserving it. Unlike traditional crowns, CEREC crowns can be created and placed in just a single visit.
Question: Does Dr. Greenfield provide children’s dentistry?
Answer: Yes! Dr. Greenfield provides the latest in children’s dentistry. In addition to checkups and cleanings, we also offer fluoride treatments and dental sealants to help protect your little one’s teeth from tooth decay.
Question: How often should my family see Dr. Greenfield?
Answer: According to the American Dental Association, people should receive a dental checkup and cleaning once every six months. These routine procedures allow Dr. Greenfield to watch for any signs of developing dental issues and prescribe the best treatments. Early detection helps patients avoid costly and invasive procedures down the road, keeping their smiles beautiful and bright.
Schedule an Appointment with Your Clarkston Cosmetic Dentist
Did we answer all of your questions? If not, feel free to talk to your Clarkston cosmetic dentist today! Dr. Greenfield will be happy to address any questions or concerns you may have regarding our holistic approach to dentistry. Contact Lake Orion Family Dentistry at 248-693-6213 to schedule an appointment. Dr. Greenfield provides our patients with the latest in general, restorative, and cosmetic dental care. We proudly serve families from Clarkston, Auburn Hills, Oxford, and Rochester Hills, as well as many other areas in southeast Michigan.