Our thorough and comprehensive exam helps us identify dental health issues while they are minor and easily managed.
As a routine part of our oral exam, your oral tissues will be inspected for signs of cancer. Early detection is key!
Over time plaque and calculus builds up on your teeth and is difficult to remove. When this happens, a professional cleaning is required and will help maintain the health of your gums and teeth.
Periodontal or gum disease is a chronic bacterial infection that can lead to tooth loss. We routinely screen for Periodontal Disease at all recall appointments and additional therapies may be indicated to prevent or halt the disease progression.
For children, sealants on permanent molars reduce the risk of cavities by 80%. Fluoride treatments help to strengthen enamel against decay.
Dental Implants are a great way to replace a single missing tooth or restore an entire smile. A dental implant is placed with-in the upper or lower jaw and provides a means for attaching missing teeth.
Crowns are used to treat badly damaged teeth. A crown covers the entire tooth and restores it to proper form and function. When a tooth is missing, bridges use crowns on existing teeth as support for attachment of the missing tooth.
Veneers are a thin layer of porcelain applied to anterior teeth to transform a smile. Veneers can be used to cover stained teeth, fix chipped front teeth and correct a slightly crooked tooth.
Tooth colored resin material is used to fix cavities and return your teeth to their natural appearance and comfort.
A root canal is performed to save a tooth that may otherwise need to be extracted. The infected tooth material and pulp are removed and the canals are cleaned and sealed.
A removable set of teeth that can restore your smile and chewing capabilities.
We offer in-office and at home whitening options.
A conservative treatment in which a tooth colored resin is used to close gaps between teeth or fix chipped front teeth.
Sometimes, when teeth are badly damaged or infected, they must be removed. All oral surgery is performed with patient comfort in mind.
Designed to decrease clenching and grinding, these appliances prevent tooth wear and alleviate TMJ pain.