Dental Office in Arkadelphia, AR
At the office of Scott Byrd, D.D.S. in Arkadelphia, AR, we pride ourselves on delivering top quality care in a relaxing, comfortable setting. You can rest assured that we treat every patient the same way we would love to be treated.
Our office features three unique rooms that each reflect one of Dr. Byrd’s favorite interests. There is an antique motorcycle room, a sports room, and a hunting & deer room. If you have a favorite room, let us know and we’ll do our best to see that you’re treated there.
We recommend that all patients schedule a dental cleaning and exam every 6 months. During the cleaning, our friendly team will remove plaque and calculus from your teeth leaving behind a bright and polished smile.
X-Rays are an effective preventive and diagnostic tool that provide our team with important information not visible during a visual dental exam. Our team will utilize this important information to safely and accurately detect any dental abnormalities and then create a treatment plan.
Our teeth whitening treatments utilize the latest technology to reduce harmful stains and leave you with a whiter and brighter smile.
Sealants are an efficient method for preventing decay on the biting surfaces of teeth. They are primarily placed on the permanent molars as they erupt in a child’s mouth.
Crowns become necessary when a tooth is severely damaged or decaying, and cannot be fixed with bonded filling material. Crowns will then cover the remaining tooth and restore its function and esthetics.
Bridges are utilized when you lose a tooth due to gum disease, decay, or injury. The teeth next to the missing tooth may begin to move and result in some discomfort. A bridge looks and acts the same as natural teeth and is permanently cemented to close any gaps in your mouth and prevent any further discomfort.
If you have a tooth that is decaying or damaged beyond repair, we can perform quick, hassle-free extractions.
Teeth can be subject to decay and cracks. When this occurs, a dental filling is needed to restore the tooth. During a filling appointment the decay will be removed and replaced with either amalgam or composite material.
A root canal procedure is needed when a cavity reaches the pulp of a tooth and causes an infection of the nerve, or when severe trauma has affected a tooth. Once the pulp has become infected, it must be treated to avoid further complications. Some signs of an infected pulp include sensitivity to hot or cold foods or liquids, pain, swelling, or even just a bad taste in the mouth.
A denture is a removable dental appliance that is made to resemble your natural teeth and acts as a replacement for missing teeth and surrounding gum tissue.
There are two types of dentures – complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are a full set and are used when all of the teeth are missing. Partial dentures, or partials, are used when some of your natural teeth remain. A partial denture not only fills in the spaces created by missing teeth, it prevents others from shifting.
Dental implants look and feel just like natural teeth and are an alternative to dentures or bridges. Implants are permanently anchored into the patient’s jawbone and no preparation of adjacent teeth is required.
Veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are bonded to the surfaces of your teeth to correct any flaws and enhance your smile.
At our office, we will mold and create mouth guards to protect your teeth from any harm.
We also offer Botox and Dermal Filler injections to meet your needs from TMJ to cosmetics. Give us a call today to schedule a consultation.
Really nice people who go out of their way to help me out thank y’all so much and God bless everyone of you.”
— William Launius
He’s a GREAT DENTIST and all his staff are excellent people with good intentions. 10 star dentistry!!!”
— Tim Hodges
Awesome bunch of people. Great dentist. Didn’t feel a thing.”
— Letha Kelley Scott
So glad to see y’all on here. What a great Dentist.”
— D.J. Ratliff