SERVICES

Services Provided by Garland K. Davis D.D.S. Family Dentistry-

  • Dental Implants
  • Invisalign
  • Dental Technology
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Restorative Dental Care
  • Periodontal Care (Gum Care)
  • Preventative Dental Care
  • Dental Care for Infants and Children
  • Dentistry for Anxious Patients
Here at Garland K. Davis, D.D.S. Family Dentistry, we are happy to offer a broad spectrum of dental services to our patients. We are experienced in caring for all ages that com through our doors. From infant to senior. At our office we focus on your complete oral and dental health. From teeth and gums, to bone and roots.
Our highly skilled team of professionals are dedicated to making your visit a pleasant one, from the front desk, to the dental chair. From dental hygienist to doctor, everyone here in our Laurel, MD office will always treat you as our patient, not a number. We understand what it can be like going to the dentist, and we are ready to do what is necessary to make you visit with us a special one, by giving you the care you deserve.
These are some of the services we provide here at our office:

  • Invisalign – We can use these practically invisible, corrective dental aligners to adjust the position and appearance of your teeth in order to achieve the smile you've always wanted. 
  • Crowns – Sometimes a tooth is sufficiently decayed that it can no longer be simply filled. This is when the dentist would use a dental crown, or a cap, that would go over the tooth, after the decay is cleaned up. This new cap would look just like a regular tooth.
  • Fillings – If you have a cavity, our dentist can fill this hole in your tooth with filling material that looks just like natural enamel. This will help maintain the structure of your tooth, and prevent further tooth decay.
  • Veneers - These are very thin porcelain covers that are placed on the front of your teeth that can do many things. From closing spaces between your front teeth, repairing large chips in your teeth, to whitening them more than any other whitening can offer.
  • Root Canals - After a cavity is allowed to exist in your tooth for too long, the decay will eventually reach your tooth's root. When this occurs, a root canal procedure must be performed. This is simply removing the decay within the root of the tooth, filling it back in with sterile material that will help support the tooth's weakened structure, and putting a cap on the tooth.

Share by: