From routine cleanings and checkups to more intensive procedures, you can always depend on our dedicated staff for a gentle, anxiety-free appointment. Even if you've always been one to make any excuse to avoid visiting the dentist, you'll find our office a wonderful, relaxing change!
Discuss your dental needs with our caring, attentive dentist. We'll keep you informed on the necessities and details of all procedures to ensure you're comfort throughout every stage of treatment.
Also known as a partial denture, a bridge is created as a replacement for missing teeth, completing a smile and offering a more comfortable bite.
When a tooth's general structure has been compromised, a crown may be created to restore its functionality and aesthetic. A constructed crown is installed on top of a portion of the existing tooth and uses its existing structural support.
Dentures may be used in place of some or all of your natural teeth and are available in a variety of styles depending on needs, preferences, and affordability.
To repair and restore the surface of a tooth, a small amount of composite material is installed in and on the tooth to replace what has been lost due to wear, decay, or other damage.
In addition to checking for decay, disease, and other oral problems during your examinations, regular dental cleanings are crucial in maintaining good oral health – even in addition to daily brushing, flossing, and rinsing.
Referring to the gums and the support structure that surrounds a tooth's roots, the aim of periodontics is to prevent bacterial infections of the gums and supporting tissues.
Endodontic treatment, or root canals, involves the removal of diseased pulp within the tooth's root canal. This pulp resides alongside the tooth's nerve, causing severe discomfort and, if not treated, can result in the total loss of the tooth.
Similar to crowns, porcelain veneers are installed on the outside of teeth. Unlike crowns, thin veneers are generally used for cosmetic improvements rather than for structural restoration.
Tooth whitening techniques are used to rid your teeth of stains and enhance your smile. There are a variety of techniques available, depending on desired results, sensitivities, and other factors.
The last set of teeth to erupt through the gums, a person's third molars (also known as wisdom teeth) are not required for general chewing comfort. They are often removed, either as a result of complications in their arrival or as a precautionary measure.
Our dentist and staff are continually improving upon their education with the latest advances in technology and techniques in order to provide you a better experience with every visit.