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Ridgeview Family Dental

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106 E. Colt Street Map
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Route Windsor, MO   65360  
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106 E. Colt Street, Windsor, MO 65360
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(660) 647-3133
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Ridgeview Family Dental is dedicated to caring for all of your family’s dental needs on an individual and personal level. We see adults and children of all ages and strive to provide the most comprehensive dental care. We understand that for many people, the dental office is not a comfortable place to be and are committed to making every visit as relaxed, stress free, and enjoyable as possible. From your first visit, you will see that Dr. Young and his associates go above and beyond to ensure that every patient fully understands not only any dental treatment that is needed, but also how to prevent future needs. We will be extremely pro-active in keeping you informed and educated to help you achieve your ultimate goal of good dental health. Our loyal staff of a combined 53 years of dental experience, contribute to the atmosphere we have created to making your appointment fun and enjoyable.

Ridgeview Family Dental can be found at 106 E. Colt Street . The following is offered: Dentistry . In Windsor there are 1 other Dentistry. An overview can be found here.

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  • DR. R. MCKELL YOUNG

    Dentist

    After graduating from Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine in 1999, Dr. Young spent time practicing in Utah and Oregon. In 2003 he returned to the Mid-West where he settled with his family in the small-town atmosphere of Warrensburg, MO. Being committed to excellence, Dr. Young is a member of the American Dental Association, Greater Kansas City Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry, and International Dental Implant Association. Dr. Young has also dedicated himself to excellence through continued education at The Dawson Center of Advanced Dentistry, with focus on the subjects of aesthetics and joint function. His continued educational training includes, implant treatment, endodontics (root canals), periodontal care and surgery. Dr. Young is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for individuals of all ages. Comprehensive care requires attention not only to the teeth, but also the supportive bone, gum tissue, bite forces, TMJ, head, neck, throat and surrounding muscles. Dr. Young finds that by following “good engineering” principles, and placing teeth, joint and muscles in proper harmony, patients can have amazing smiles that can last a lifetime with good home care and regular checkups. Over the years, Dr. Young has participated in many voluntary activities in the community and in his church. Having earned his Eagle Scout as a youth, Dr. Young has also served many years in the scouting. Annually, he enjoys participating in the “Give Kids a Smile” program, by providing comprehensive care to several middle school children who have limited access to care. Dr. Young enjoys mostly just being with his wife and children. They love to spend time fishing, gardening, and raising a few cows. He and his wife love spoiling their grandchildren.

Products And Services

  • TMJ

    The temporomandibular joints, called TMJ, are the joints and jaw muscles that make it possible to open and close your mouth. Located directly in front of your ears, your TMJ work together when you chew, speak or swallow and include muscles and ligaments as well as the jaw bone. They also control the lower jaw (mandible) as it moves forward, backward and side to side. Each TMJ has a disc between the ball and socket. The disc cushions the load while enabling the jaw to open widely and rotate or glide. Any problem that prevents this complex system of muscles, ligaments, discs and bones from working properly may result in a painful TMJ disorder.

  • Dental Crowns

    A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over a tooth to cover the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance. While inlays and onlays cover the chewing surface of the tooth and fillings fill in the empty interior space of the tooth, crowns completely cover every visible part of the tooth – which is why they are sometimes referred to as “caps.” A part of your tooth remains but is essentially “rebuilt” to resemble the tooth at its exterior best. While porcelain crowns certainly can improve the look of a tooth or multiple teeth, it is recommended only in conjunction with prior repair of the tooth – not simply for cosmetic purposes.

  • Dentures

    Whether from disease, malnutrition or genetic disorders, sometimes it is not possible for us to restore a patient’s natural teeth and extraction is necessary. While this can be devastating, dentures can provide a second chance at a beautiful smile.

  • Dental Implants

    Implants are much like a small screw made of medical grade titanium alloy which are placed in the bone where a tooth or teeth are missing. Titanium implants have been the standard for years in dental implantology and have demonstrated an amazing longevity because they integrate extremely well with bone tissue. Today, implants are made in various sizes, shapes, and with newer materials. Zirconium implants, in some cases now provide tooth-colored structure in key esthetic areas. Mini-Implants may provide options for support where there is thin or marginal bone structure under a denture.

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  • Porcelain Veneers

    Porcelain Veneers are thin porcelain shells placed over the front of your natural teeth to alter their natural shape, size, alignment, and color. They make an aesthetically flawed smile perfect. Ridgeview Family Dental only uses porcelain for veneers. This is because porcelain closely mimics the shine and slight translucence of natural tooth enamel.

    Link: Porcelain Veneers

  • TMJ Treatment

    The temporomandibular joints, called TMJ, are the joints and jaw muscles that make it possible to open and close your mouth. Located directly in front of your ears, your TMJ work together when you chew, speak or swallow and include muscles and ligaments as well as the jaw bone. They also control the lower jaw (mandible) as it moves forward, backward and side to side. Each TMJ has a disc between the ball and socket. The disc cushions the load while enabling the jaw to open widely and rotate or glide. Any problem that prevents this complex system of muscles, ligaments, discs and bones from working properly may result in a painful TMJ disorder.

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  • Teeth Whitening

    Everyone wants sparkling, bright white teeth. Unfortunately, the foods we eat, the beverages we drink, and even simple aging all conspire to make our teeth yellow and dingy. At Ridgeview Family Dental, we offer both in-office and at-home options to help you achieve that dazzling white smile. Why Do My Teeth Become Stained Or Darker? Every person’s tooth enamel is naturally a different shade. The porosity of enamel also varies between people, making some teeth more prone to staining. The staining that changes month to month is staining in the enamel layer of the teeth. This staining responds well to teeth whitening. There can also be stain in the dentin, the interior of the tooth. These stains can be the result of age, trauma to the teeth, or taking certain medications such as tetracycline, usually as a youth. This deeper staining cannot be addressed by whitening, as it is an internal issue. In these cases, porcelain veneers or dental bonding may be an option to cover the deep staining.

    Link: Teeth Whitening

  • Dental Bridges

    Many people are missing at least one tooth — 178 million Americans, to be exact. Often a person missing a tooth may opt to not replace it, but this can create havoc with your smile down the road. At Ridgeview Family Dental, we often use dental bridges to replace a missing tooth or teeth, to give you back a beautiful, complete smile. What Is A Dental Bridge? As the name implies, this dental prosthetic “bridges” the gap created by one or more missing teeth. The bridge is usually a single piece consisting of two crowns and a false tooth or teeth in between. The crowns serve as anchors and are placed on the healthy teeth on each side of the gap. At Ridgeview, we use porcelain for our crowns and the false teeth in our bridges. We trust the strength of porcelain, and like its remarkable resemblance to natural tooth enamel.

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  • Sports Injuries

    What Are Sports Injuries? The mouth and face of a child or young adult can be easily injured during sports or recreational activities if the proper precautions are not used. Last year, the National Youth Sports Safety Foundation (NYSSF) forecasted that more than 3 million teeth would be knocked out in youth sporting events. They also reported that athletes who don’t wear mouth guards are 60 times more likely to damage their teeth. Do I Need A Mouth Guard To Play Sports? An effective mouth guard holds teeth in place, resists tearing and allows for normal speech and breathing. It should cover the teeth and, depending on the patient’s bite, also the gums. Your dental professional can recommend the best mouth guard for every sports activity. A properly fitted mouth guard can prevent many accidents and traumatic injuries. Sports Mouth Injury Prevention Tips The dental experts at the ASD, AAPD, AAOMS, AAO and ADA urge athletes, parents/caregivers and coaches to be proactive as they head out this spring and stay safe on the field. The ASD, AAPD, AAOMS, AAO, and ADA dental experts offer these important tips: Wear a mouth guard when playing contact sports. Mouth guards can help prevent injury to a person’s jaw, mouth and teeth and they are significantly less expensive than the cost to repair an injury. Dentists and dental specialists can make customized mouth guards, which provide the best fit. Other less-expensive options are the boil and bite mouthguards, which are softened in boiling water to fit the mouth, and stock mouth guards, which are ready-to-wear but often don’t fit well. Wear a helmet. Helmets absorb the energy of an impact and help prevent damage to the head. Wear protective eyewear. Eyes are extremely vulnerable to damage, especially when playing sports. Wear a face shield to avoid damage to the delicate bones around the eyes, nose, and jaw. Hockey pucks, basketballs, and racquetballs can cause severe facial damage at any age.

    Link: Sports Injuries

  • General Dentistry

    General dentistry involves the diagnosis, treatment, prevention of a wide range of dental conditions, and the maintenance of overall oral health for patients of all ages. At Ridgeview Family Dental we treat cavities and perform root canals, tooth extraction, wisdom teeth removal, and oral cleanings.

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  • Children's Dentistry

    Your body is a complex machine. The foods you choose and how often you eat them can affect not only your general health but also the health of your teeth and gums. If you consume too many sugar-filled sodas, sweetened fruit drinks, juices, milk, or non-nutritious snacks, you could be at risk for tooth decay. Tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease. The good news is that it is entirely preventable. At Ridgeview Family Dental, we see children of all ages. We encourage starting dental visits at an early age so that the child is comfortable being in the dental chair and becomes familiar with the surroundings.

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  • Cosmetic Dentistry

    Cosmetic dentistry encompasses not only the health of the teeth, but also their aesthetic value. Several products and procedures exist within cosmetic dentistry with the goal of improving the well-being and visual beauty of the teeth. We take special attention to helping you achieve the smile you have always wanted. Once we find the process that would work for you, we can schedule a special time just for you so that attention is spent on every detail. There are many options available and not everyone is the same, so we do take pride in finding the right process just for you! The cosmetic dentistry procedures that we offer include teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, dental implants, and dentures.

    Link: Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Preventative Dentistry

    Preventive dentistry helps patients avoid the costly and invasive procedures often needed to treat serious dental conditions. Preventing dental problems requires a lifelong commitment. That is why at Ridgeview Family Dental we help our patients understand the importance of maintaining dental health to helps patients look and feel their best, and have a positive overall health.

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  • Oral Hygiene

    Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Healthy teeth not only enable you to look and feel good, they make it possible to eat and speak properly. Good oral health is important to your overall well-being. Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop.

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  • Sedation Dentistry

    Nitrous Oxide is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose to help you relax. Nitrous oxide sometimes called “laughing gas” is one option the dentist may offer to help make you more comfortable during certain procedures. Nitrous Oxide is not for everyone and we will take into consideration several factors to see if you are a candidate.

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  • Nightguards and Mouthguards

    Mouthguards are recommended to protect the jaw, teeth, tongue and soft tissue of the mouth during physical activity and sports such as boxing, football, basketball, baseball or any other activities where your mouth may be hit. While a mouthguard can be purchased at local stores, the mouthguards made in a dental office are custom made to fit your mouth. A nightguard is recommended for patients who clench and/or grind their teeth, whether during the day or while sleeping. Both mouthguards and nightguards are made of soft, flexible, or hard plastic. The dentist will assess your specific needs and recommend the best option for you. On average, guards last between 3 and 10 years.

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