Comprehensive Dental Services

At Sunset Dental Clinic, we offer a wide range of dental services, including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, and more. Our team is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal dental health and a beautiful smile.

Regular Dental Exams

Comprehensive check-ups for optimal oral health.🦷

Teeth Cleaning

Sparkling clean teeth for a radiant smile!✨

Fluoride Treatments

Strengthen enamel, combat decay.πŸ›‘οΈ

Urgent Dental Needs Addressed

Prompt care for dental emergencies.🚨

Nightguards for a Peaceful Sleep

Protect teeth from grinding at night.😴

Dental Implants

Replace missing teeth, regain confidence.πŸŒ‰

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Bid farewell to pesky wisdom teeth.πŸ‘‹

Teeth Whitening

Brighten your smile in one session!🌟

Dental Veneers

Transform your smile's appearance.🎭

Clear Aligners

Straight teeth without metal braces.πŸ“

Teeth Whitening

Brighten your smile in one session!🌟

Dental Implants

Replace missing teeth, regain confidence.πŸŒ‰


We understand that you may have some questions about dental care and how it works. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you better understand the process.

If you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to answer them.

How do I get started with Sunset Dental Clinic?

At Sunset Dental Clinic, we’re dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality dental care possible. Our team of experts is committed to helping you achieve optimal dental health and a beautiful smile. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the difference for yourself.

How do I schedule an appointment?

Ready to transform your smile? 🌟 Scheduling your appointment is just a click, call, or referral away! Whether you prefer emailing, ringing us directly, using our swift online booking system, or coming through a trusted referral, your journey to impeccable dental care begins here. Choose your way and let's get you started! πŸ¦·πŸ“…

Why does my dentist want to know about my medical history?

Most dental treatment is routine. Sometimes a health condition can influence the way dental care is provided. For example:

If planned dental procedures involve bleeding, your dentist wants to know that the blood will clot normally. Many conditions can affect blood clotting, such as liver disease. Medications, including aspirin and even some herbal preparations, can also interfere with normal blood clotting. Some conditions like diabetes, and some medications like steroids, reduce the effectiveness of the immune system. Some patients need to take preventive antibiotics before certain dental procedures. For example, patients with an artificial heart valve may need to take an antibiotic to help prevent a serious infection. Your dentist needs to know about your past and current health conditions. This means that your dentist must take an initial complete medical history and keep it up-to-date by checking with you on a regular basis.

Why does my dentist need to know about the medications, non- prescription drugs or herbal supplements that I take?

This information allows your dentist to identify the type and severity of certain underlying medical conditions. Your dentist may also determine possible adverse drug interactions. Your dentist may also identify potential problems from the use of non-prescription drugs, such as an increased bleeding time with the use of Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) or some herbal supplements.

What type of toothbrush and toothpaste should I use?

Buy toothbrushes with soft bristles. Medium and firm ones can damage teeth and gums. Use soft pressure, for 2 minutes, two times a day.

Both powered and manual toothbrushes clean teeth well. Manual brushes with mixed bristle heights or angled bristles clean better than those with all flat, even bristles. Powered toothbrushes may be easier if you have trouble using your hands. Set a reminder to replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months. Toss it sooner if the bristles look bent or splayed out. Bent bristles don't clean as well. (They're also a sign you may be brushing too hard.)

Do I really need to floss?

There's no getting around the need to get around your teeth daily with dental floss. It clears food and plaque from between teeth and under the gumline. If you don't, plaque hardens into tartar, which forms wedges and widens the space between teeth and gums, causing pockets. Over time, gums pull away and teeth loosen.

Either waxed or unwaxed floss will do the job. Using floss picks or interdental brushes is another easy option.

What are early signs of dental trouble?

Visit a dentist if you have any of these issues or see your child having trouble chewing or complaining of soreness:

  • Mouth sores
  • Jaw pain
  • Redness
  • Swollen face or gums
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Broken teeth
  • Dry mouth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Bad breath or a bad taste in your mouth

Getting checked out right away prevents more serious problems and infections.

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We’re committed to delivering the very best results for you, whether it’s creating the perfect smile, reconstructing your entire mouth, or helping you achieve total wellness.

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