Our Featured Services
Maintain a healthy smile with the help of an experienced general dentist in Edmond. Dr. Grant Pitt and the team at Custom Dental serve patients with a range of general dentistry services. We are here to prevent tooth decay, reduce the risk of infection, and help you maintain optimal oral health for life. From dentures to bone grafting procedures, you can count on Dr. Pitt for a variety of advanced general dentistry services.
Many patients with missing teeth can benefit from custom dentures, a set of teeth that are fabricated to look just like your natural teeth. Dentures can replace missing teeth to restore the ability to eat and speak properly. Dr. Pitt can create a custom tooth replacement solution with dentures.
If you have damaged, infected, or decaying teeth that cannot be saved, we may need to perform a tooth extraction. Dr. Pitt can perform a simple or surgical tooth extraction in the office with minimal discomfort to the patient. Tooth extractions are usually performed under local anesthesia and only require a single office visit.
We believe prevention is the key to maintaining optimal oral health. You can avoid costly, stressful, and time-consuming dental procedures by practicing good oral hygiene at home. We encourage all patients to stick with a consistent brushing and flossing routine. Using an antibacterial mouthwash on a regular basis and brushing teeth at least twice a day can improve your oral health.
If you have experienced gum recession after gum disease, bruxism, or for any other reason, you may be a good candidate for a gum grafting procedure. Gum grafting will restore the gum line, enhance your smile, and protect your teeth. Dr. Pitt may use connective tissue, free gingival, or pedicle graft techniques to restore the gum line.
When you have lost bone tissue after tooth loss, you may need to undergo a bone graft to strengthen the jaw and restore your facial appearance. Bone grafting is needed to prevent further deterioration of the jaw after a tooth has been lost because of tooth decay, trauma to the mouth, or any type of injury.
Patients who have a habit of grinding their teeth (bruxism) are at risk for tooth fractures, loose teeth, and TMJ. You can prevent bruxism by breaking parafunctional habits, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, and relaxing your jaw before bedtime. We may need to fit you with a night guard to prevent teeth grinding.