Welcome to Spring Family Dental, your Henry County dentist located in Eminence. We pride ourselves in providing the most personalized and compassionate care to our patients utilizing the most advanced technology and treatment modalities. Building relationships built on trust with our patients, we empower them to make the most informed decisions about their oral health and work with them to achieve outstanding results in care!
As your dentist in Eminence, we pay close attention to the comfort and unique needs of every one of our patients. Our friendly and welcoming staff strives to make each dental visit a positive experience. Welcoming patients of all ages to our practice, we offer the most comprehensive range of dental services available today. Whether you or any family member needs routine dental care, cosmetic dental services, emergency care or comprehensive treatment to restore your smile, our office can help you to achieve a smile that looks and functions at its best!
Throughout this website you will find an abundance of information about our practice, the procedures we provide and how we can help you maintain excellent oral health while achieving the beautiful smile you desire. Please feel free to contact us if you need any additional information or to schedule an appointment.
Our aim is to improve the lives of those we serve. We are a healthcare organization that’s true focus is on the care of our Patients, our Team, and our Community. It is our privilege and responsibility to consistently and intentionally have a positive impact on our Patients, Team Members, and Community. We serve our patients by providing them with excellent healthcare and an exceptional customer service experience that exceeds their expectations. We serve our community because we care about the success and happiness our neighbors.
Below are some of the most common services we provide:
Dental Fillings are the most common type of dental restoration used to replace sections of teeth that are missing, damaged or decayed. While traditional dental materials like gold, amalgam, porcelain, and composite successfully restore teeth; recent advances in dental technology have made a wider and improved selection of restorative choices available. Some of the newest state-of-the-art filling materials including ceramic and the latest composite materials, are not only strong and durable, they offer the most aesthetically pleasing and natural looking results.
The terms dental crowns and caps are synonymous. If dental decay, cracked fillings, root canals, clenching or grinding the teeth have caused extensive damage to the underlying tooth structure a dental filling may not be a sufficient restoration. The only way to completely restore the cosmetic appearance and function of this tooth is often full coverage with a dental crown. The good news is that a completed dental crown looks and feels like a natural tooth.
Invisalign®* is a form of orthodontic treatment that works to correct many different types of malocclusions through the use of a series of clear plastic trays called aligners. In many cases it provides an excellent treatment alternative to traditional orthodontic braces and metal wires. Invisalign utilizes 3-D computer imaging technology to correct problematic bites or malocclusions by planning a complete sequence of custom-made clear aligners. This series of clear aligners, each of which is worn for a couple of weeks, incrementally move the teeth into place until the final desired corrections are reached.
Losing a tooth due to injury, dental decay, or gum disease can happen. However, in order to avoid causing problems for the adjacent teeth and your overall dental health, it is important to replace the tooth that has been lost. This can be done a number of ways including fixed bridges, removable partial or full dentures as well as a more recent procedure known as dental implants. One of the most significant dental innovations in recent times, an implant is a small surgical fixture made of biocompatible metal or ceramic materials that is placed into the jawbone and functions in the same manner as the root of a tooth.