Dr. John Clarks
§ Meeting with patients to discuss and treat dental concerns, performing regular cleanings and other preventative procedures, and establish a plan for better dental hygiene.
§ Performing dental procedures, such as extractions, root canals, and filling cavities.
§ Correcting bite issues and overcrowding.
§ Applying helpful agents to teeth, such as sealants or whiteners.
§ Prescribing medications for dental problems, such as pain medications or antibiotics.
§ Giving clients sedatives or anesthesia prior to administering treatments.
§ Ordering diagnostic measures, such as x-rays, models, etc.
§ Using tools, such as drills, probes, brushes, or mirrors, to examine and treat teeth and mouth.
§ Keeping records relating to the oral health of patients and the treatments given to them.
§ Managing and communicating with other staff members to provide care to patients.