General Dentistry in a Relaxed & Friendly Atmosphere
- Dentures & Partials
- Digital X-Rays
- Nitrous Oxide
- Same-Day Emergency Dentistry
- White Fillings
Bridges are an ideal dental treatment if you are missing one or more teeth. The non-removable appliance will be attached to two crowns that have been placed on the two teeth adjacent to the gap. When in place, a fixed dental bridge can prevent teeth shifting while restoring aesthetics and your ability to chew, speak, and digest. Get your dental bridge in just a few appointments by calling Dr. Kneisley for more information.
Also referred to as “caps”, dental crowns are used to restore teeth that may be functionally or aesthetically imperfect. By covering the natural tooth, a dental crown can restore the beauty and function of your smile. Crowns can be used to protect teeth following a root canal, repair decaying teeth, or restore teeth that are broken, fractured, or uneven. If you want to learn more about dental crowns, which can be placed in just two appointments, contact our office today.
When you are missing all or most of your natural teeth, a denture or partial denture can restore the function and beauty of your smile. These removable appliances are custom-fitted to your mouth and, once in place, can replace all of your teeth, help you chew and eat, and enhance the volume of your face.
Dr. Kneisley can create and place your custom denture or partial dentures over the course of multiple appointments throughout several weeks. If you already have dentures, visit our office and ask about same-day denture repair and reline for your convenience.
We strive to use the most effective dental tools to provide you with the very best dental treatment. Dr. Kneisley uses digital radiography, which represents the latest in dental X-ray technology. Digital x-rays can be developed instantly to allow Dr. Kneisley to properly diagnose abscesses and cysts, decay between your teeth, and infections. These digital x-rays require significantly less radiation than traditional x-rays, which is yet another way Dr. Kneisley keeps you and your family safe. We invite you to call or visit our office in Hilliard if you have questions about our technology or wish to schedule an appointment for general dentistry.
To maintain and improve your oral health, Dr. Kneisley will sometimes have to extract one or more of your teeth. A dental extraction could be necessary if your tooth is significantly damaged or decayed. You may also require an extraction if you suffer from extreme periodontal (gum) disease or if a tooth is impacted (stuck). Depends on the condition, you may need to be referred to a dental surgeon. Ask about our complimentary nitrous oxide sedation (Laughing Gas).
Dr. Kneisley is an expert at providing gentle, comfortable and single-day tooth extractions. He will also tell you how to properly care for your mouth following the procedure to ensure your comfort even while at home.
Nitrous oxide also referred to as laughing gas, is ideal for children and those who are nervous about visiting the dentist. This safe and convenient method of dental sedation will alleviate your fear and anxiety about visiting the dentist, and the effects will wear off a few minutes after the mask is removed. That means you can safely drive home following your appointment. Ask about nitrous oxide at your next dental appointment.
We want everyone to have a pain-free and healthy mouth. If you experience a dental emergency or require emergency services, such as extractions, white fillings, digital x-rays or treatments for broken and knocked out teeth, call Dr. Kneisley in Hilliard right away at (614) 771-6862.
Composite fillings (tooth-colored or white fillings), can replace minor dental cracks, fractures, and tooth decay. Unlike silver fillings, these metal-free composite fillings will bond to your natural tooth for a stronger restoration. During your appointment, Dr. Kneisley will remove any tooth damage or decay, clean the remaining tooth structure, then place the white filling. He will then polish and shape the filling to improve the function, health, and aesthetics of your smile. Visit or call our office today to learn more about replacing your silver fillings with tooth-colored fillings today!