Spencer Creek Dental Care
We understand that convenience is an important factor when selecting a dentist. We have been proudly serving residents of all ages in the St. Peters, St. Charles, O’Fallon and the surrounding areas for more than 10 years.
You will find information about Spencer Creek Dental Care including our location, maps, directions and much more on our website. We encourage you to browse these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your dental needs and care.
We have very convenient office hours to accommodate most work and school schedules and accept most dental PPO benefit plans. As a special service to our patients, we file dental insurance forms, relieving our patients of this extra burden.
Thank you for choosing Spencer Creek Dental Care as your dental health care provider. We are looking forward to seeing you soon.
Cleanings and Exams
Having a dental practice perform a checkup and regular cleaning gives a preventive approach to dental care. These general dentistry treatments help prevent problems with your teeth, gums and jaw bones, or they catch and manage problems before they worsen.
An extraction is performed to remove a tooth, whether because of disease, crowding, or damage. When extractions are required, the area around the tooth will be numbed and your dentist will remove the tooth. A small amount of bleeding is normal, as your mouth will replace the removed tooth root by forming a blood clot in the area.
A smile makeover uses cosmetic dental procedures to make you proud of your smile. We perform teeth whitening, along with other cosmetic procedures like veneers and tooth implants.
At Spencer Creek Dental Care, we are proud to offer temporomandibular joint dysfunction, otherwise known as TMJ, treatments to provide relief for our patients. TMJ is caused by an inflammation in the temporomandibular joint, which acts as a sliding hinge that connects your jawbone to your skull.
Getting porcelain crowns is the best way to have a very natural looking smile. They are used when simply filling in a tooth is not an option. There are times when they decay is so bad that we just have to use a porcelain crown. We also use them with severely damaged teeth or teeth that have already had multiple fillings.