Serenity Valley Family Dentistry is dedicated to providing comprehensive family care with a gentle touch. We recognize that for many people, going to the dentist can be stressful and a white-knuckle experience. To eliminate your fear and anxiety, we have created a warm, friendly and calm atmosphere both in our lobby and our treatment rooms. We offer a complimentary beverage bar in our waiting area and will treat you to a tranquil, warm paraffin hand wax dip during your procedure. We also encourage you to bring your own headset and music if that will help you relax. Our doctors and each of our dental assistants is personally committed to making you feel at ease by explaining every step of our treatments. We’ll answer any and all questions you have about your options and we’ll always provide effective and efficient numbing agents to prevent any discomfort. We utilize leading-edge innovations in dental procedures and equipment to make sure you are receiving the best dental care available.
Cleanings & Checkups
- Personal consultation and x-ray review
- Updates to your medical history
- Discussion of any problems or concerns
- Digital x-rays (90% less radiation than standard x-rays)
- Oral cancer screening with the VELscope® system
- Gum health assessment
- Cleaning and polishing of your teeth
- Fluoride varnish treatment
- Scheduling of your next 3- or 6-month appointment
As the old saying goes, you’re never fully dressed without a smile. To make sure your smile is a brilliant showstopper, we offer cosmetic dentistry that includes a whitening system, invisible aligners and veneers.
Easily correct these conditions:
- Chipped teeth
- Mildy crooked teeth
- Spaced teeth
- Discolored teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Old dental work
Sometimes, no matter how well you take care of your teeth, you experience injuries, cracks or decay that cannot be avoided. When this happens, we provide restorative dentistry to help repair the problem and prevent further issues.
SAME-DAY CROWNS AND ONLAYS
Being tongue-tied isn’t just a figure of speech. It’s a very real medical condition that can affect oral and facial development, and have a range of other serious health consequences. A tongue-tie used to be thought of as something that only affected babies and breastfeeding. But new research shows that the problems associated with a tongue-tie can affect both children and adults of all ages. Releasing a tongue-tie is now an integral part of achieving optimal oral and dental health.
What is a Tongue-Tie?
Why Does it Matter?
- Speech issues
- Mouth breathing
- Jaw pain, clenching and grinding
- Head, neck, and shoulder tension
- Forward head posture
- Snoring, sleep-disordered breathing, Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS), and sleep apnea
- Increased risk of cavities and gum disease
- Slower orthodontic treatment
- Orthodontic relapse
Tongue Tie & Breast Feeding
Treating a Tongue-Tie
What’s a Lip-Tie?
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Learning issues, anxiety, aggression, daytime sleepiness, mouth breathing, snoring, and many more behavioral and health problems may be traced to insufficient growth of the face and jaw structures, preventing children from getting a night of good, restful sleep. Research over the last 20+ years has connected many behavioral and physical problems with improper or deficient growth of the lower jaw, upper jaw, or sometimes both. These deformities lower a child's oxygen levels during sleep. Luckily, dentists like Dr. Rosenfeldt, with the help of orthodontists, sleep physicians, ENT doctors, and therapists, are working together to not only stop but reverse these growth problems. Dr. Rosenfeldt became passionate about pediatric and adult sleep-related breathing disorders when her children were struggling with sleeping, eating, concentrating, etc. Learning first what a sleep-related breathing disorder is, then how to change its course and prevent Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) disease, and finally, a way to prevent this disorder and progression into a common condition.