Our office is proud to offer the following services to our patients:
Same Day Crowns
Same day crowns offer patients many advantages over traditional crowns. Both types of crowns provide a person with the ability to gain a beautiful smile free of imperfections by allowing crooked teeth, gaps, discoloration and cracks to become a thing of the past.
Get proactive about your oral health with family dentistry appointments offered by our team. From periodontist to decay, we cover all the bases so you can keep smiling with good oral health. Schedule your next appointment today!
Cosmetic dentistry can be used to straighten teeth, close gaps, brighten teeth, repair cracks and/or chips, and more. Physical appearance is the most obvious benefit, but physical, emotional, and mental health are also improved thanks to cosmetic dentistry.
CLEANINGS & PREVENTION
Keep your dental health in check with regular hygienic appointments to slough away hard-to-eradicate debris. We recommend dental cleanings twice a year to keep your smile healthy.
A dental bridge is an artificial tooth that’s held in place with crowns on either side to attach to the teeth. A bridge is a very natural looking prosthetic tooth. A well-placed bridge should look just like your other teeth, so no one can tell that it’s not a real tooth.
Professional teeth whitening services turn your teeth from stained to whiter and brighter in a matter of a few hours. Professional whitening services work better than whitening kits, and last longer too.
Implants are the most convincing and effective prosthetic teeth available. Dental implants are surgically implanted into the jaw. The crowns on implants are so convincing that it’s impossible to tell the difference between your natural teeth and implanted ones!
Dental restoration techniques include dental bonding, fillings, crowns, and inlays or onlays. Our dentists can choose the least invasive tooth restoration they can for you. Talk to one of our dental professionals today and find out which dental restoration is the best fit.
The most common restorative procedure is a filling, which will close any small to moderate sized cavities in the tooth. Fillings are a proven way to avoid more complex dental treatments in the future.
A dental veneer is a cover that’s placed over the front of the tooth. Veneers can be used to hide teeth that are misshapen or stained, but because veneers offer no structural support, they’re only used in instances when the teeth have cosmetic defects.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a set of inflammatory conditions that affect the tissues surrounding the teeth. We work with periodontists that specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal disease, as well as the diseases that affect the gums.
A root canal typically occurs when a cavity is large enough to affect the soft pulp in the tooth. A dentist will have to clean out the pulp and then replace it with a composite material to ensure the mouth doesn’t become infected.