Healthy smiles start with a professional family dentist, Springfield Oregon.
At Dr. Laurinat's office, your bright healthy smile is our top priority. Of course, you'll only smile if you're as happy with our service as our dental treatment. That's why Larry Laurinat, DMD and our hygienist take the time to listen to your needs and concerns, we use gentle, efficient cleaning techniques, the latest technology, and our entire staff is highly trained and professional. Our front office staff can assist you with financially planning your treatment and maximizing your dental benefits. Our experienced dental team is invested in meeting all of your needs; from calming anxieties through emotional support, sedation or nitrous oxide, to teaching good habits, and from regular check- ups to sophisticated dental surgery.
Larry W. Laurinat DMD - Introduction Video
Introduction Video to the practice os Larry W. Laurinat, Springfield Dentist
Your teeth. Your health. Your appearance.
They're all related and they all begin with excellent family dentistry. You and your family lead vibrant lives, and you expect a lot from your teeth. Getting top performance means you have to give them top-quality dental care. We enjoy seeing everyone from seniors to small children. Whether you just need a regular check-up, restorative dental treatment or cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Laurinat and his entire team strive to understand your needs and surpass your expectations. We look forward to brightening your smile with the same attentive care, gentle technique, and conscientious dental care that we've been giving to many satisfied patients since 1985.
Ready to schedule your next dentist visit?
Call us today at 541.600.2200. Whether this is your first dentist visit or your twentieth, we promise to make your dental appointment quick and pleasant.
Naturally occurring enamel protects the teeth and cementum protects the roots. The underlying dentin is a less dense system of microscopic tubes and canals. If the enamel or cementum is reduced, heat and cold more easily stimulate the nerves and can cause sensitivity.
There are several dental problems that can cause tooth sensitivity: • cavities • fractured or cracked teeth • worn tooth enamel • exposed tooth roots
Regular check-ups can help prevent these issues and detect them early if they do occur. However, if you currently are experiencing tooth sensitivity, the first step is to review proper brushing technique and try a desensitizing toothpaste. If the sensitivity continues, make an appointment to come in for an assessment. In some cases, fluoride gels can strengthen tooth enamel and bonding agents can seal problem tooth roots.