Local Dentists Support Military Personnel At Travis Air Force Base

Local Dentists Support Military Personnel At Travis Air Force Base

Posted by Waterman Blvd Family Dentistry Oct 15, 2023

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Dental Support For Travis Air Force Base

Active Duty Military Dental Support

Active duty military personnel may have specific dental needs due to the nature of their work and the physical demands placed on them. Some of the dental support that may be needed includes:

TRICARE Insurance Dental Support

Waterman Blvd Family Dentistry supports TRICARE insurance for all active duty personnel and their dependents.

Advanced Digital Oral Wellness Scan Technology

Our state-of-the-art iTero scanner captures digital impressions in a matter of minutes, eliminating the need for multiple appointments and reducing the overall treatment time for procedures such as: Invisalign®, restorative dentistry, and orthodontics. This service is complementary to all active duty personnel.

Preventive dental care

Active duty military personnel need regular dental check-ups and cleanings to prevent oral health problems such as gum disease and tooth decay. This is especially important for those who are deployed or on active duty, as they may not have access to regular dental care.

Restorative dental care

Military personnel may experience dental injuries or damage to their teeth while on duty. Restorative dental care, such as fillings, crowns, and bridges, can help repair and restore damaged teeth.


Prosthodontics refers to the replacement of missing teeth with dental implants, dentures, or other dental appliances. Military personnel may need prosthodontic treatment due to tooth loss caused by injury or other factors.

Emergency dental care

Military personnel may require emergency dental care due to dental injuries or severe dental pain. Dental emergencies can be especially challenging for those on active duty or deployed, as they may not have access to a regular dentist.

Education and counseling

Dental education and counseling can help military personnel understand the importance of good oral health practices, such as regular brushing and flossing, and how to prevent dental problems.

Overall, active duty military personnel may have unique dental needs due to the demands of their work and lifestyle. It’s important for local American bases to have dental providers who are familiar with these needs and can provide the necessary dental support to keep military personnel healthy and ready to serve.

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