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For a healthy, beautiful smile, call Sowders Dental Care

You deserve thorough, personalized attention every time, which is why Dr. Sowders and his experienced staff always listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have. Sam Sowders, D.D.S. is dedicated to your oral health, and his years of experience will ensure that you have a healthy, white smile for years to come.

Dr. Sowders uses the latest state-of-the-art dental equipment and diagnostic procedures to provide you the most advanced dental care available.​
Sam C. Sowders Services
Cosmetic Dentistry to Fix Chips, Cracks, Spaces, and Stains
  • Veneers are effective for chipped, gapped, stained, aged, or misaligned teeth.
  • Bonding is a conservative procedure that can solve many cosmetic tooth problems at an affordable price. However, tooth bonding is not a permanent solution.
  • Bleaching / Teeth Whitening  are procedures to whiten and brighten your smile.
  • Tooth Replacements such as implants, bridges, and flippers are used if you are missing a tooth and would like to have it replaced.
Restorative Dentistry / Reconstructive Dentistry
  • Cavity Repair in our office is both shotless and drill-less.
  • Porcelain Crowns are ideal for a severely damaged, decayed tooth. No metal is used with porcelain crowns, leaving a natural color to your teeth. 
  • Fillings use tooth-colored material (also known as composite resin dental fillings) to look like a natural tooth. They are strong, durable, and look natural.
  • Onlays are used as a filling replacement (kind of like a jigsaw) to fit into and over a tooth to make it look more natural.
  • Root Canals (also known as endodontic therapy) is a procedure for a tooth with diseased or injured tissue.
  • Partial and/or Full Dentures restore missing teeth and help improve a patient's smile and their ability to eat and even speak.   
Cleanings and Preventive Dentistry
  • Regular Dental Cleaning is highly recommended to remove plaque, tarter, stains, and bacteria from your teeth and your gums.
  • Peridontal Therapy is the procedure used to treat gum disease, such as gingivitis. Some early signs to look for are: bleeding gums; red, swolen or tender gums; bad breath; any changes to your bite; or loose teeth.
  • Sealants are used as a protective coating to block out decay-causing bacteria and ultimately help make the teeth easier to clean.
  • Night guards which are custom made, act as a buffer for patients who grind their teeth during their sleep. Grinding one's teeth can wear or break down the teeth, cause gum recession and/or sensitive teeth, and can sometimes result in sore muscles, headaches, ear aches, and TMJ problems.