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Bi-annual dental cleanings are a necessary preventive treatment that will keep your mouth healthier longer. They are essential for your oral health.

Dental exams are an important part of a person's overall oral wellness. They check the health of the gums, tooth, bone, and general dental hygiene.

Dental emergencies should not be ignored and should be addressed as quickly as possible. Contact Dr. Wolfe's office if you experience any issues.

A tooth extraction—simple or surgical—may be required if you have a problem that cannot be fixed with a root canal, bonding, filling, or crown.

Tooth-colored fillings are the most common treatment for cavities and often involves the sculpting of composite resin to restore the affected tooth.

For those who experience chips, gaps, or discoloration, dental bonding and contouring can be done to smooth out minor flaws for a realistic finish.

Professional teeth whitening is one of the most affordable ways to transform your smile, and you can do so at home with the systems Dr. Wolfe offers.

Each veneer is a work of art, carefully crafted in a laboratory to fit your individual smile. In good hands, they will beautifully enhance your smile.

A smile makeover is a comprehensive smile restoration, combining several cosmetic and restorative procedures to enhance your smile for great results.

All-on-4 dental implants are an innovative dental restoration procedure that eliminates the drawbacks and inconveniences of traditional dentures.

Dental bridges are a good alternative for those who may not be ideal candidates for dental implants. They can be made removable or fixed upon request.

Also called a "tooth cap," a dental crown is ideal for those who suffer from a significantly decayed, damaged, discolored, or misaligned tooth.

Dr. Wolfe will create a personalized treatment plan for those who are considering dental implants for the restoration of their missing teeth.

For those who require significant or near-full teeth restorations, dentures may be for you. Dentures are removable and functional, like natural teeth.

A full-mouth reconstruction is ideal for those who suffer from several intricate dental problems, encompassing many procedures spanned out over time.

Night guards are often used to treat and prevent bruxism. If you find that you suffer from tooth and jaw pain, find out if a night guard can help.

When a cavity's severity causes decay to spread to the inner portion of the tooth, a root canal is often performed to remove the deep infection.

If you suffer from mild to moderate sleep apnea, seeking a dental solution in the form of oral appliance therapy may be ideal for your recovery.

At his practice in Rochester Hills, Dr. Wolfe individually treats your temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) to maximize your healing and recovery.

Invisalign and other clear aligner orthodontics serve to provide the results of traditional braces without the pain, hassle, or appearance of them.

For those with damaged or missing teeth, you may have deterioration in the strength of your jawbone. This vital problem is fixed with bone grafting.

Crown lengthening is a procedure that removes gum tissue to make the enamel of your natural tooth more visible, whether cosmetic or restorative.

Gum contouring is a procedure focused on sculpting the gum tissue to create an even gumline and to remove excess gum tissue that covers your enamel.

Periodontal disease, also called gum disease, presents itself in various stages and levels of severity. Contact our office if you are showing signs.

Often used as a treatment for early-onset periodontal disease, scaling and root planing can be thought of as a "deep cleaning" of the gum pockets.

At our Rochester Hills, MI office, we offer 3D impressions in place of physical dental molds for the purpose of attaining more effective oral scans.

If you are experiencing jaw pain, difficulty chewing, headaches, or receding gums, you could benefit from a bite analysis performed by Dr. Wolfe.

Digital x-rays are performed for the sake of attaining a comprehensive view of your mouth. They are often useful for diagnosing cavities and decay.

An intraoral camera is an incredibly useful digital tool that will allow Dr. Wolfe to have a thorough, moving image of your mouth at his disposal.

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