Cleanings & Exams
Most people require a hygiene prophy at least twice a year. During the visit, one of our dental hygienists will remove plaque from your teeth, especially from places where your brush can’t reach, such as underneath the gum line and in-between teeth.
We will replace old, broken-down amalgam/metal fillings that contain traces of mercury with white fillings (composites) to restore your smile and teeth to a more natural look and feel.
Crowns & Bridges
A crown is a custom-made covering that fits over an original tooth that is either decayed, damaged or cracked. A bridge is a dental device that fills a space that a tooth previously occupied.
A root canal is a procedure that extracts decayed pulp from the central part of the tooth, reshapes the canal and replaces it with strengthening filler…
An extraction is the complete removal of a tooth. Extractions are sometimes necessary if the tooth has suffered extensive tooth decay or trauma that cannot be repaired…
Invisalign clear aligners are custom molded to your teeth, creating virtually invisible braces that are easily removable…
Tooth whitening services are growing in popularity, and it’s one of the most requested services offered by our practice. Everyone sees the growing consumer market focused on whiter teeth…
Veneers are thin, semi-translucent “shells” typically attached to your front teeth. Veneers are customized from porcelain material that is bonded to your teeth…
Periodontal disease, injury and tooth decay can all cause a loss of your natural teeth. However, we can bring back the smile on your face with dentures to restore your missing teeth…
During the visit, one of our dental hygienists will remove plaque from your teeth, clean your teeth and apply fluoride to help protect your teeth once you leave the office.
The effects of gum disease can be damaging to your dental health. However, through proper preventive care and oral hygiene, you can avoid problems associated with gum disease.
The “Temporomandibular Joint,” more commonly referred to as the “jaw joint,” assists in the basic opening and closing movements of the jaw. Unfortunately, this joint and the surrounding muscles can experience pain and dysfunction.
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