Our goal is to aid our patients to achieve complete oral health through non-invasive routine oral care, timely recare appointments, and patient education. Working together, we can help maintain a healthy smile and hopefully avert other health issues directly related to oral health.
Dental Implants are the most natural way to replace one or more missing teeth, offering permanent replacement for both the tooth and missing root, while eliminating the need to rely on adjacent teeth for a fixed dental bridge or the inconvenience of dentures. You benefit from the strength and durability required to eat all the foods you love.
Porcelain Inlays and Onlays
Porcelain inlays and Onlays preserve the maximum amount of healthy tooth structure while restoring the decaying or damaged areas. They are durable, a conservative alternative to traditional fillings, and in some cases better than full coverage crowns.
Custom designed to match the look and feel of your existing teeth; Crowns restore strength and functionality as well as preserve the remaining healthy tooth structure. Crowns are a seamless way to repair damaged teeth and may give the tooth a new lease on life!
One or more missing teeth can adversely affect your oral health, the appearance of your smile, and your facial structure. It is important to replace missing teeth as soon as possible. A bridge is an ideal way to replace one or more missing teeth on either side for support.
White, shapely smiles convey confidence, enthusiasm, and warmth, enhancing your image as well as your social and professional relationships. We offer a variety of cosmetic services to help you obtain and maintain a healthy, bright smile!
Professional Teeth Whitening
If first impressions are important to you, there is nothing better than a beautiful, white Smile. If you want an instant result done in a professional setting, consider in-office bleaching with us. Our staff is trained to provide instant results with little or no pain. You will leave our office with a whiter, brighter smile.
Root Canal Treatment usually involves the removal of the tooth's pulp. Years ago, diseased or injured teeth were often extracted. Today, even if the pulp in one of your teeth becomes injured or infected, the tooth can be saved through root canal (endodontic) treatment.
Veneers are a popular treatment option for several reasons. Venners generally are placed on upper front teeth that are severely discolored, poorly shaped or slightly crooked. Veneers are also used to correct teeth that are chipped or worn. They may also be used to correct uneven spaces or diastema (a large, noticeable gap between the front teeth).
White fillings (Composite or Resin)
New technological advancements in dentistry have allowed us to do white (composite or resin) natural tooth colored fillings. Composite filling integrates with the tooth, and therefore does not weaken the tooth as a silver filling would. Since the material can flow into small places it leaves the option of more of your own tooth which leaves it stronger.
Lasers used in dental work are similar to those seen in other medical fields. A typical surgical device produces a beam of light in the infrared range which is invisible to human sight. The waves of light in the beam all vibrate at exactly the same frequency. This coherence gives the laser its unique ability to cut and heat tissue with pinpoint accuracy.