Taking care of your family's health is vital, and a healthy smile is an integral part of overall health. Dr. Adam Lalonde and our staff want you to enjoy the gorgeous smile you have always wanted, built on a foundation of optimal oral health. Our Los Fresnos dentist's office supplies all of the dental services you and your family need in an inviting office with genuinely caring team.
|City||Port Isabel, TX|
|Address||314 East Queen Isabella Boul|
|Phone Number||(956) 233-4400|
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Our practice is happy to offer the skills and valuable experience of three accomplished dentists. Dr. Adam Lalonde, Dr. Grayson Sellers, and Dr. Eric Valle are all committed to helping patients achieve exceptional oral health and gorgeous smiles they can feel confident in. They enjoy creating results that not only meet, but exceed expectations! While great dental services are important, they're not worth much if the team that provides them is lacking. Our staff members always make warmth, friendliness, and support a priority when it comes to our valued patients.
In addition to monthly meetings, our dental team comes together at the start of each new year for a full day of New Year Goals and planning. We value our patients' and staff feedback to perfect everything that we do to help create a great patient-experience. We work hard at our meetings while having lots of team-bonding-fun. We also manage to play games and win prizes! We never know what to expect at our Team Meetings but they are always packed with new skills and FUN! We naturally like to be the best so we also play games and compete for prizes!
Imagine visiting a dental practice that would welcome your whole family and provide quality care you can trust. When you visit Dr. Lalonde's Los Fresnos practice, we want you to feel like you are coming home to old friends. We offer family dentistry designed for your total comfort and complete satisfaction. At your first visit, our team will record your insurance information and answer your questions about financing, payments, scheduling, and treatment. Dr. Lalonde will then perform a comprehensive exam, including X-rays, oral cancer screening, periodontal evaluation, and a bite assessment.
Many people have deep pits and grooves in their teeth where bacteria and food particles can hide and cause decay. Children with poor brushing habits may also develop decay on hard-to-reach molars. For situations like these, dental sealants offer a means of protecting molar and premolar chewing surfaces from decay. Recognized by the American Dental Association as a key means of cavity prevention, dental sealants are simply a thin plastic film that can be applied to teeth. Decay can easily develop in the deep grooves of your teeth.
Have you noticed that people at the office, your neighbors, and even some of your family members have amazingly white teeth? Do you want a set of pearly whites that rivals those of a Hollywood star? You deserve to express your inner beauty to the world with confidence, and we'd love to help you! Professional-grade teeth whitening, an effective way to brighten smiles, takes less than an hour with in-office treatment. The simple procedure requires no anesthesia, and it's perfectly safe. After preparing your mouth, we will apply a gel to your teeth and activate the teeth whitening process with a special light.
If you have lost your natural teeth because of disease, decay, or injury, Dr. Lalonde may suggest dentures to replace them. Missing teeth cause many problems. Without underlying structure for cheeks, your face can look sunken and old. Missing teeth also promote movement of other teeth, which will destroy a good bite and could lead to TMJ pain. Eating, speaking, and smiling in public can all become problems too. To restore your smile and oral function, Dr. Lalonde will first take measurements and make jaw models for your custom dentures.
A tooth with severe damage can compromise your oral health. To prevent extensive decay and save your tooth, Dr. Lalonde may suggest a crown. Also called caps, crowns fit securely over the teeth and cover more surface area than fillings. If you're self-conscious about cracked, broken, decayed, or worn teeth, we can bring back your healthy, natural-looking smile with dental crowns, also called caps. A crown can return structure, strength, and function to a tooth with extensive decay or damage. Designed to fit snugly and function as a healthy tooth, a crown will protect your tooth from further damage and preserve the jaw's correct natural alignment.
If you think about it, it makes perfect sense: poor oral health is linked to poor physical health. Your mouth is an entryway into the rest of the body. If the mouth has a chronic infection or disease, then your entire body may be indirectly or directly exposed to those bacteria. Research shows connections between periodontal disease and poor cardiovascular health, increased risk of stroke, diabetes, problem pregnancies, respiratory diseases, and osteoporosis in women. What's more, some studies indicate that people who lose all of their natural teeth may have a much shorter life span.