General Dentistry

At Kusek Family & Implant Dentistry, we pride ourselves on being able to serve the Sioux Falls area with any of your dental needs. No matter how big or small. We are a full general dental practice with a team that has spent thousands of hours continuing our education to better serve you. We understand the fast-paced society we live in and the convenience of not having to shop around to take care of your oral health care. We invite you to explore the procedures we offer and are confident we can fulfill your oral health needs. 

 
 
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Same-day crowns (CAD/CAM)

Crowns (or caps) are ceramic restorations that restore both the function, form, and esthetics of a tooth and actually increases the strength of the tooth over a large filling. We use state of the art technology to scan the tooth receiving the crown into a software that generates an exact perfect fit for your tooth. Then a 3-D printer will mill out the crown to custom fit perfectly!

 
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Composite Bonding

Composite (or tooth-colored) fillings allow dentists to restore areas of decay while maintaining fantastic aesthetics. These fillings also adhere directly to the tooth with a series of adhesives and resins, minimizing the amount of tooth structure removed in the process. We ensure that our adhesive and resin material will create fillings that look great for years.

 
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Root Canal TreatMent

If decay reaches too far into the tooth it may cause what is commonly called a toothache. Nerves and blood vessels are contained within the "pulp", or inside of the tooth, and when bacteria reaches this area it causes an infection in the tooth and pain. Because our teeth are surrounded by bone, antibiotics will not clear this infection and the removal of the pulp tissue is required to alleviate the pain and infection.

 
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Tooth extraction

Unfortunately a tooth may become so decayed or broken down that it is unable to be saved. Here at Kusek Family & Implant Dentistry we make this process as efficient and comfortable as possible. We utilize the newest and most innovative instruments to ensure any discomfort will be minimized. We also offer nitrous and IV conscious sedation to help ease any anxiety that you may have with this process.

 
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Partial Dentures

When multiple areas in the mouth are missing teeth it can hinder the way we eat, talk, and the confidence to smile. Partial dentures allow patients to regain eating ability and replace missing teeth in a cost-effective manner. There are multiple different types and styles of partial dentures to help you get the most comfortable feel. Your dentist will be able to help you explain which design is right for you. 

 
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Complete Dentures

If a patient is missing all of their teeth, have many areas of decay, or there are not enough healthy teeth available to support a partial denture, a complete denture is an option. Often times we recommend the placement of implants into the jaw to help retain these dentures and prevent the need of denture adhesive. Replacing all of the teeth allow the dentist, patient, and dental lab to work together to give the patient a new smile that they can be proud of!