General dentists in the Cary area are trained in a wide variety of dental procedures. However, sometimes, your Cary general dentist will refer you to a local Raleigh specialist or include a specialist as part of your treatment team.
Following are some of the most common dental specialties found in the Raleigh area:
Endodontists in Cary specialize in root canal therapy and other procedures involving the root and surrounding parts of the tooth.
Periodontists practicing in the Cary area treat the conditions affecting gum tissue and the bone surrounding the teeth. If you have gingivitis or more advanced periodontal disease, you may be referred to a periodontist in Cary.
Repairing damaged teeth and replacing lost teeth for Cary patients is called ‘restorative dentistry’. Prosthodontists have advanced training in procedures involving crowns, dental implants, bridges, veneers, inlays, and partial or complete dentures.
Infants, young children and teenagers in the Cary area have different dental needs than adults. Pediatric Dentists undergo additional training in the diagnosis and treatment of dental diseases affecting the youngest population in Cary.
Oral Surgeons serving the Cary area perform surgical procedures involving the teeth, mouth and jaw. These include dental implants, surgery to repair damage due to injury, tumor surgery, and cleft lip and palate reconstruction.
What is a Residency?
Dental specialty programs run from two years to six years. This type of training is called a “residency”. While a DDS or DMD is completing specialty training he/she can practice general dentistry. Some six-year residency programs provide a medical degree as well the certification in the chosen dental specialty.
Contact Cary Family Dental:
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1149 Kildaire Farm Rd
Cary, North Carolina