Kenneth W. Gibbs, DMD, PA | Meridith M. Gibbs, DMD | M. Breckenridge Gibbs, DMD

Gibbs Dentistry consists of primary Gibbs Dentistry consists of primary dental care providers who offer a full range of dental care, including: General Dentistry, Periodontal-oriented Hygiene Services, Implant Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Restorative Procedures, Cosmetic Services, and Pediatric Dental Care. Choose from the Services list below, to learn more:


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    Gibbs Dentistry is a primary dental care provider for patients of all ages. Our Team can treat you and your entire family… and care for your overall oral health. They take responsibility for the diagnosis, treatment and overall coordination of services specifically targeted to meet your individual oral health care needs. If it is determined you need a specialized dental procedure performed, rest assured the Gibbs Team can make sure you get the care you need today… and for many years to come.

    Member of the Academy of General Dentistry.
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    The NEWEST technology in 3-D Imaging is now available at Gibbs Dentistry!

    Gibbs Dentistry has invested in providing Cone Beam Computer Tomography to its patient base. This cutting edge imaging technology allows our doctors to confidently provide better diagnostics and support for Endodontics and surgically related procedures.
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    Should your teeth ever require a restorative treatment, you can rest easy knowing Gibbs Dentistry will always discuss all of your available options; and recommend what is believed to be the most comfortable & least invasive treatment. We offer many different restorative treatments including Composite Fillings, Crowns/Caps, Fixed Bridges, Root Canal Therapy and Dentures.
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    Restorative dental treatments can:
    • Enhance your smile
    • Fill in unattractive spaces between teeth
    • Improve or correct bites
    • Prevent the loss of a tooth
    • Relieve dental pain
    • Repair decayed, broken, or chipped teeth
    • Restore normal eating & chewing
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    Providing excellent support and stability Dental Implants are a fixed solution as compared to removable dentures. Implants are artificial tooth roots surgically placed into the upper or lower jaw bone to support replacement teeth.
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    Dental Implants can:
    • Replace missing teeth without affecting adjacent teeth
    • Restore chewing, speech & digestion
    • Restore or enhance facial tissue
    • Resolve joint pain or bite problems caused by teeth
    • Support a bridge or denture, thus making them more secure & comfortable
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    Cosmetic Dentistry is a popular "catch phrase" used to describe dental procedures that dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. We offer a wide spectrum of cosmetic procedures, including Veneers & Tooth Whitening. See Video for more info.

    Cosmetic dental treatments can:
    • Fill in unattractive spaces between teeth
    • Improve or correct bites
    • Lighten or brighten the color of teeth
    • Change size, shape and alignment of certain teeth
    • Repair decayed, broker, or chipped teeth
    • Replace missing teeth
    • Replace old, unattractive dental treatments
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    Sleep apnea is a serious, sometimes fatal medical disorder that affects around 10% of American men over the age of 40, and 6% of American women of the same age. Sleep apnea sufferers completely stop breathing during sleep, sometimes hundreds of times in a single night. Normal breathing ceases because the airway becomes obstructed, causing a serious reduction of airflow to the lungs.

    There are a number of dental devices that can be used to alleviate this condition. The goal of most of these devices is to separate the jaws and push them forward slightly. The slight repositioning opens up the airway, and allows oxygen to flow freely again. Wearers of sleep apnea dental devices report that they stop loud snoring, feel more rested in the daytime, and are much more comfortable going to sleep.
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    The first dental visit can be an adventure for young children. Some come into the office excited, others are apprehensive. At Gibbs Dentistry, we strive to create a positive dental attitude for your child--and parents are critical in helping us achieve this goal.

    We invite you to stay with your child during the initial exam. At future appointments, however, we recommend you allow our staff to accompany your child through the dental experience. We encourage independence to promote growth and development. Our goal is to gain the child's confidence and overcome apprehension. For more on Pediatric Dental Care at Gibbs Dentistry, go HERE. Or request a free brochure!
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    At Gibbs Dentistry, we stay abreast of the most up to date technology in dentistry, and incorporate products and services based on evidence of success.

    Your personal home care plays an important role in achieving a beautiful, healthy smile that lasts a lifetime. Eating balanced meals, reducing the number of snacks you eat, and correctly brushing, flossing and rinsing your teeth and mouth can help control the plaque and bacteria that cause dental diseases.

    Digital radiography (digital x-ray) is the latest technology we use. This technique uses an electronic sensor that captures and stores the digital image on a computer. The image can be instantly viewed and enlarged helping both your dentist and hygienist. Digital x-rays also reduce radiation 80-90% compared to traditional x-rays. See Video for more info.
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    Bruxism refers to an oral parafunctional activity which occurs in most humans at some point in their lives. The grinding of the teeth and the clenching of the jaw are the two main characteristics of this condition, which can occur during the day or night. It is also one of the most common known sleep disorders, and causes most of its damage during sleeping hours. Only a trained professional can tell the difference between "bruxing" wear and wear caused by overly aggressive brushing, acidic soft drinks, and abrasive foods

    If not treated promptly, Bruxism can lead to gum recession, tooth loss, arthritis in the temporomandibular (TMJ) joints, and myofascial pain which can lead to debilitating headaches.

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