Ed Orgon cares a great deal about the Carmichael community and has been a fixture in the community with his dental practice since the 1980s.

Dr. Orgon and his expert staff can handle most of your dental needs from preventative care to major restorations. These here are typical dental procedures covered by most dental insurance companies, but don’t hesitate to call us to schedule an exam.

Preventative Care

A big part of keeping your oral hygiene is with regular check-ups and cleanings. Coming in twice a year for these maintenance visits actually go a long way to ensure your dental health remains high and costs for dental repairs and restorations low. It really does pay to remain vigilant about your oral care.

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Periodontal Disease

This is probably the most insidious disease a person can have as it attacks the mouth slowly and devastatingly over a long period of time. While the effects are mostly permanent, patients can recover some measure of gum health through active oral care and expert education on how to defend the gums against this debilitating disease. Dr. Orgon’s staff not only treats and fights this disease, but they work to help empower patients to develop the right habits to successfully fight against Periodontal Disease.

Learn more about the effects of Periodontal Disease.

Cosmetic Dentistry

For many, the need for cosmetics is important whether it be for their working industry or even just self confidence, having a perfect set of pearly whites can be a big deal. Dr. Orgon and his staff stay on the cutting edge of cosmetic technologies to help provide their patients with incredible cosmetic dental results.

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Dental Restorations

The field of dentistry is one driven by technical advances and for many of us there are fillings or crowns that are completely outdated. Dr. Orgon loves during those outdated, worn out fillings or crowns with replacements made from the latest cutting edge materials and technology, thereby extending the life value of those treatments many times what the older materials used to provide.

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