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(701) 258-5220
1004 S. 7th St.
Bismarck, ND 58504

Comprehensive Dentistry for the Entire Family

Comprehensive dentistry for the entire family at A Lifetime of Smiles in Bismarck, ND

At A Lifetime of Smiles, we work with our patients to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will allow them to achieve and maintain optimal oral health. We perform a wide range of general dentistry services that involve the diagnosis, treatment, and maintenance of conditions and problems that affect the teeth, gums, and jaw. We also focus on prevention and gum care so that we can diagnose and treat problems before they become even more painful or expensive. We work with our patients to help them understand how keeping up with oral health helps improve their overall health as well. Regular dental visits can also significantly reduce the amount of money our patients would otherwise need to spend on dental treatment later in life. We truly want you and your family to enjoy a lifetime of healthy smiles!

In addition to our general dentistry treatments, we also offer a number of restorative and cosmetic procedures. There’s something at A Lifetime of Smiles for everyone!

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry (dentures, implants, crowns, bridges, root canals, extractions) at A Lifetime of Smiles in Bismarck, ND

When you have healthy teeth, it’s easy to take things like eating, talking, smiling, and even laughing for granted. However, if you’ve lost healthy teeth, you know how embarrassing and uncomfortable these simple pleasures can become. With restorative treatments at A Lifetime of Smiles, these simple pleasures can become easier again. We will work with you to determine the best of several restorative dental treatment options.

Call us today to schedule a convenient appointment!

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry (whitening, fillings) at A Lifetime of Smiles in Bismarck, ND

According to a study performed by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, nearly all Americans — 99.7% — believe a smile is an important social asset, while 74% believe an unattractive smile can hurt your chances for a successful career.

Take control of your smile! We will work with you to customize a cosmetic treatment plan that specifically addresses your wishes. And with flexible financing, a confident smile is more affordable than ever before.

If you’re worried your smile is holding you back, contact us today
to learn more about our safe and effective cosmetic solutions.

Orthodontics at A Lifetime of Smiles

Orthodontics at A Lifetime of Smiles in Bismarck, ND

Straight teeth and a confident smile make a great first impression, especially for kids and teens. Just as importantly, straight teeth are also easier to clean, which means having straight teeth is important for your oral health. In some cases, orthodontic treatment can even correct a misaligned bite, which is one of the main causes of TMJ disorder and jaw pain.

Regardless of your age, Dr. Frank or Dr. Hoerner will work with you to develop a customized orthodontic treatment plan that will put you on the path to a straighter smile.

Braces have come a long way since they first made their debut in the early 1900s. Today’s braces are made of a light nickel-titanium material, and they’re smaller, more comfortable and more attractive than ever before. You can even change up the color of your ties at each follow-up appointment!

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Periodontal (Gum) Care

Periodontal gum care at A Lifetime of Smiles in Bismarck, NDAccording to the American Academy of Periodontology, half of American adults have gum disease. Gum disease ranges from gingivitis to the various forms and stages of periodontitis, and the prevalence of gum disease increases with age because teeth wear down and become more sensitive as time passes, gums naturally recede, and medications can affect oral health. If your gums feel tender or sore, or if they look red and swollen, you may have gum disease. Other warning signs include bleeding and/or receding gums, pain or sensitivity in your teeth (and even loose teeth caused by weakening gum fibers or bone loss), and persistent bad breath. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss as well as various serious health problems.

Treatment for Gum Disease

If you have any degree of gum disease, we can help. Gum disease used to frequently require surgery. While surgery is still sometimes necessary, many cases are now treated with less invasive techniques first, such as deep dental cleanings, local antibiotics, and special mouth rinses.

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