We are proud to offer a wide variety of dental services to accommodate all of our patients’ needs! Check out our list of treatments and procedures below. If one of our services looks interesting, click on it to learn more!
Since teeth can have grooves and pits that are impossible to reach with a toothbrush, sealants can be used to coat the teeth and seal these unreachable places. This creates a smooth surface which makes it difficult for bacteria to find a place to grow.
While we make every effort to preserve your natural teeth, sometimes it is necessary to extract a tooth that is excessively decayed or fractured. Our skillful team can make these extractions with minimal pain and discomfort.
MOUTH & NIGHT GUARDS
Mouth guards serve two main purposes. They can protect your teeth during physical activity where there is an increased risk of impact to your mouth. They can also keep you from grinding or clenching your teeth together while you sleep.
CROWNS & BRIDGES
Crowns and bridges are used to replace or restore missing or damaged teeth. A crown, called a cap by many, can restore a stained or damaged tooth to its original look. A bridge can fill the gap left by multiple missing teeth.
Dentures are designed to replace missing teeth so that your smile looks bright and natural. You can get a partial denture to replace just a few teeth, or you can get a complete denture if are missing all of your teeth.
Need to brighten your smile in a simple way? Bonding uses white filling to repair minor damage and discoloration of your teeth. Bonding is custom-colored to match your teeth and the cost is minimal.
A root canal is a great dental procedure for dealing with pain and a possible infection while retaining your original teeth when decay has reached into the pulp of the teeth. A root canal will remove the decay from throughout the tooth safely and then seal it to protect against future infection.
The use of orthodontic appliances such as braces is a great way to improve the look and function of your teeth while keeping your original, natural teeth. After braces straighten your teeth, you will have improved ability to eat and speak. You will also find that your smile looks significantly more amazing!
Veneers are a practical and popular way to brighten your smile and restore damaged teeth. Veneers are very thin shells that are typically made out of porcelain. They are applied to the visible portions of your teeth that have been damaged or stained and they restore the natural look of your teeth.
Dental implants can replace missing teeth with replacement teeth that look and feel like the real thing! Dental implants involve a rod implanted in the actual jawbone and a tooth attached to that rod. Not only can you eat and smile with confidence, but you can rest assured that dental implants are protecting the integrity of your jawbone structure as well.
Healthy gums play a major role in the health of your mouth and even the overall health of your body. The best plan of action to keep healthy gums is to practice good oral hygiene and to visit your dentist regularly for check ups. Brush, floss, and rinse regularly, and then visit your dentist for regular deep cleanings of your gums.
We hope you practice good oral hygiene every day. However, even if you do, you need a deep, thorough cleaning about every six months. Your hygienist has professional tools that will allow him to remove plaque build up and kill bacteria in a way that you can’t do with simple brushing and flossing. A regular dental cleaning will also help you detect any problems in their early stages.
Sedation dentistry provides a way for those with overwhelming anxiety about the dentist to get treatment in a relaxed atmosphere. There are varying levels of sedation depending on your level of anxiety.
Teeth whitening has exploded in popularity as a way to brighten your smile and make it more pleasing to the eye. In a world where first impressions carry a lot of weight, it is helpful to be able to smile with confidence. This whitening process involves bleaching the teeth in order to whiten a stained tooth or to brighten a dull smile. The procedure is safe and generally a painless process.
When you get a cavity, a filling can restore a tooth to its natural look and function. There are multiple options for filler material, and we can help you choose what is right for your situation.
A sleeping disorder that has become a significant health issue among adults in the United States. There’s an estimated 22 million Americans currently suffering with this sleeping disorder, with an average of 80% being moderate or severe sleep apnea cases. Oddly enough, most people don’t know they suffer from such a disorder as they’re asleep while dealing with it.
A solid, consistent oral hygiene regimen is your number one way to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Brush at least twice daily. Floss every day. Rinse with mouth wash.
The TMJ refers to the joint where your jaw connects to your skull. A variety of issues can produce problems in that joint. Problems in that joint can cause pain and other issues.