Dr. Samona and Dr. Loprete are dentists in Bloomfield Hills MI.
Our dentist and his team are proud to offer comprehensive dental services to help you maintain a healthy smile.
Whether you need scaling and root planing to help treat periodontal disease or laughing gas to relieve anxiety, you can trust us!
Learn more about the dental services we offer by clicking on the links below. To schedule an appointment with our dentist, call (248) 335-4427.
Additional Dental Services
Solea Laser Treatment
Our dentist trusts Solea®️ for dental laser treatment. Unlike other dental lasers, Solea is able to cut through both soft and hard tissue to treat cavities, gum disease, and other common oral health issues. Dental laser treatment reduces pain, bleeding, and recovery time.
Some babies are born with a narrow strip of tissue connecting the tip of their tongue to the bottom of their mouth (tongue-tie). Fortunately, our dentist can use a laser to quickly and safely remove tongue-tie in our office before it becomes a problem.
Do you have dental anxiety? Not only does laughing gas help you relax in the dentist’s chair, but it wears off quickly so you can drive yourself home or back to work.
Our dentist is always interested in using the latest technology to improve your experience as a patient. Whether we plan and place a ceramic crown in one appointment or use the Solea dental laser to reduce pain during gum treatment, you can trust us for excellent patient care.
Inlays & Onlays
Our dentist may recommend inlays and onlays as alternatives to direct fillings and dental crowns. Inlays and onlays are called “indirect” dental restorations because they are made in a lab before being bonded to your teeth.
Scaling & Root Planing
If you have periodontal disease, our dentist will recommend scaling and root planing. People with periodontal disease often have deep gum pockets around their teeth that collect plaque. During adeep gum cleaning, our dentist will clean above and below the gum line to prevent further oral health issues.
Don’t ignore a toothache. Tooth pain is your body’s way of letting you know something is wrong. Call our office as soon as possible if you need emergency dental care. Our emergency dentist will do everything in his power to save a tooth.