SERVICESLearn what we can do for you and your teeth.
At Clear Creek Dentistry, we offer a comprehensive portfolio of services to meet your family’s dental needs. We’ve outlined several of those here, but if you have specific questions, please contact us.
Have you ever wondered how modern dentistry could enhance your smile? Using photographs and models, Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws can design a new smile for you. In many cases, your new smile can be tried on temporarily before any permanent treatment begins to ensure you will get the results you want. Depending on your unique situation, we may use ceramic crowns, veneers or composite resin to provide you with a long lasting, beautiful smile. Visit our Smile Gallery for before and after examples of what is possible.
Dental implants can conservatively replace missing teeth without harming adjacent teeth. They can secure dentures and partials, giving you a confident smile and the ability to eat a healthy, well-rounded diet. Many times an implant can be placed the same time a non-restorable tooth is taken out so that you are never without your smile. We utilize three-dimensional imaging to visualize the final result and plan for the best possible implant position.
We provide high-quality crowns, onlays, veneers and bridges custom-made at local dental labs committed to excellence. We use clinically proven composite-resin bonding systems for conservative, long- lasting restorations.
Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws are committed using the latest dental technology to conserve healthy teeth. Onlays and composite resin can be bonded to teeth to correct problems without unnecessary removal of tooth structure. Dental sealants can prevent decay-causing bacteria from damaging vulnerable grooves in teeth.
We use proven, effective methods to safely brighten your smile. We will evaluate the health and stability of your teeth to see if whitening is right for you.
Advances in dental therapeutics can now significantly reduce the likelihood of tooth decay, even in individuals and families who are at high risk for decay. Dr. Beck, Dr. Haws and their team of knowledgeable hygienists can tailor a decay-prevention plan to your individual needs. We can test and assess your decay risk, and recommend products and solutions to help keep your teeth healthy throughout your life.
Gum disease affects up to 70 percent of adults. Our experienced, gentle hygienists will work with you to make a plan to keep your mouth healthy. Maintaining healthy teeth, gums and bone is a collaborative effort between dentists, hygienists and patients. We also work closely with local periodontists (gum specialists) as needed to provide you with optimal care.
Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws have the experience and patience to create comfortable, natural-looking dentures. We use the highest-quality materials and dental laboratories to customize the dentures to fit your individual situation. Modern dentistry, including dental implants, has made denture treatment much more predictable and functional. Using the “All-on-Four” technique, or zest locator attachments, dentures can be attached in place for a secure natural fit and appearance, often times utilizing your existing denture.
Your comfort is our primary concern. We offer oral sedation and nitrous-oxide gas to help you relax. Our noise-reducing headphones help block out any unwanted sounds. We utilize the latest local anesthetic techniques to keep you comfortable throughout your visit.
Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws are committed to helping children get a healthy and positive start to their dental care. We typically begin seeing children at one year of age to encourage good dental habits. We believe catching dental problems early can often prevent more extensive problems later on. We work closely with several local orthodontists and pediatric specialists, and will refer your child at the appropriate time if specialty care is needed.
A root canal can rehabilitate an injured or damaged tooth and keep it part of your healthy smile. Recent developments have made root canal treatments comfortable and predictable. In fact, most root canals can be completed successfully in our office in a single visit. After a thorough evaluation, Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws will determine if a root canal is a good option for you, and may refer you to a root canal specialist, or endodontist, if necessary.
Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws believe maintaining Oral Health is an important part of your overall health. Sometimes, however, a tooth can become so compromised that removal may be the best way to return your mouth to a healthy state. Prior to an extraction, we will discuss which options are available to rehabilitate the area after the tooth is removed. Modern anesthetic techniques have made tooth removal comfortable and most teeth can be taken out at our office. Dr. Beck and Dr. Haws work closely with talented oral surgeons in the event there are special circumstances or a request for general anesthesia.
Call now to schedule your appointment!
Monday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m..
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
*Our office will be closed December 24-26 and December 31- January 1.