Dental problems can affect the stability, health, and appearance of your smile. Letting a dental concern or problem go untreated may result in the need for complex restorative care down the road. Resolve your dental problems sooner than later so that they do not have a detrimental effect on your quality of life. If you have damaged teeth, signs of gum disease, or missing teeth, our Mount Pleasant dental office can address your needs in a timely manner. Our caring and compassionate dental care team is motivated to protecting your smile from further damage. We create personalized dental treatment plans that are tailored to your unique smile.
Dr. Raymond Ribitch and his team are dedicated to addressing dental concerns of any kind. Dr. Ribitch has extensive training and experience diagnosing and treating both common and complex concerns related to your oral health, including TMJ and bite problems. Dr. Ribitch is a Dawson trained dentist, completing a curriculum based on the study of the function of the bite. He offers comprehensive care to restore comfort, health and stability to your bite- and your long term dental health.
Learn about the common dental problems that we can fix below.
Bleeding Gums: Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth? You may have gum inflammation (gingivitis), or developing gum disease (periodontitis). Dr. Ribitch will assess your teeth and gums in order to determine whether you need to be treated with antibacterial rinses, laser therapy, gum surgery, or scaling and root planing.
Crooked Teeth: Do you want a straighter and more balanced smile? Dr. Ribitch offers Invisalign, porcelain veneers, or tooth bonding to his patients. Crooked teeth can increase the risk of tooth decay and tooth loss, so it is important to get treatment quickly.
Missing Teeth: Are you missing one or more teeth? Dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures are all great restorative options. Dr. Ribitch will work with an oral surgeon after determining which treatment is best for you and your oral health.
Teeth Grinding: Do you clench or grind your teeth? Stop bruxism at the source with oral appliance therapy. Worn during the night, oral appliances protect teeth and prevent teeth from further damage. After stopping teeth clenching and grinding, restorative options can then be taken into account.
There are many factors influencing your oral health. Understanding how to identify your individual risk factors can play an important role in reducing gum disease, tooth decay, and other dental problems.
Schedule an Appointment Today
Do you have bleeding gums, crooked or missing teeth, or suffer from dental problems affecting your quality of life? Treat your dental problems and cosmetic concerns in our Mount Pleasant, MI dentist office. We take the time to get to know you and discuss your personal concerns when it comes to your dental health and medical history. Understanding how your individual lifestyle choices can affect oral health can help you to make better decisions about your daily habits, oral routines and diet. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Ribitch and his team at 989.200.3896 today.