Our Dental Services
Take a proactive approach to maintaining a healthy smile.
Routine dental checkups are the best way to maintain your dental health. They keep your teeth and gums healthy and prevent minor dental problems from becoming extensive and complicated.
Regular dental cleanings reduce your potential for tooth decay and gum disease. Additionally, the build up of plaque that can occur produces an unpleasant odor, so when it’s removed, your breath should be fresher.
A custom mouthguard can protect your smile (teeth, mouth, and jaw) against injury. It can help prevent clenching and grinding your teeth while sleeping, and it’s a must for every athlete, especially those engaged in contact sports!
Sealants & Fluoride
Sealants and fluoride are two preventive ways to deter tooth decay, especially in children. Sealants on hard to clean back teeth reduces the risk of cavities. Fluoride can strengthen tooth enamel and deter bacteria that causes cavities.
Get the healthy, flawless smile you've always wanted.
CEREC crowns provide a beautiful looking tooth in just one single visit. This is why we call them, one-visit dental crowns. In the course of one visit, we are able to diagnose and prepare the damaged tooth, create an optical impression of the tooth, and use our state-of-art CEREC machine to design your restoration.
Chips, stains, gaps, and cracks on your front teeth can easily detract from an otherwise attractive appearance. Cosmetic bonding may be a solution for you. Although bonding doesn’t last as long as veneers, it is generally faster and less expensive than bonding. Plus, like veneers, bonding resists stains, so it holds its natural-looking color.
You may associate braces with middle school or high school students, but more and more adults today are turning to orthodontics to improve their bite and reposition their teeth for cosmetic reasons. Modern braces can be made from clear or tooth-colored structures, and some dentists offer clear, removable aligners.
When performed by a dentist, teeth whitening, or bleaching, is quite effective. Your dentist can administer a higher concentration of whitening solution than over-the-counter systems, so the results are more significant. Your dentist will help you determine the best procedure for your unique lifestyle and goals.
Stop tooth decay and gum disease in their tracks.
Dental Crowns & Onlays
A dental crown or onlay, whether made from porcelain or metal, covers a structurally damaged tooth to restore integrity. Deep cavities, chips or cracks may require a crown. In most cases, your dentist will place an all-porcelain or porcelain-fused-to-metal crown on your teeth so that your smile remains white and natural-looking.
A small cavity, left untreated, can grow to destroy an entire tooth. Unlike our skin, teeth don’t heal naturally. Only professional dental care can correct your cavities and return you to optimal oral health. A dental filling, made from white composite resin or porcelain inlay, can fill a prepared cavity and reinforce a tooth’s structure.
In some cases, extracting a tooth is the best treatment option to reduce crowding, prepare for dentures, or eliminate a dead or dying tooth. Extractions are the best treatment when the decay is extensive, there is periodontal disease, or infection. We do them painlessly so you can return to a life free from dental pain.
An internally infected or inflamed tooth may be treatable with a root canal. Inside every tooth, canals house the pulp (nerve) that sustains the tooth’s life. A deep cavity or crack can compromise the pulp and cause infection or inflammation. As infection and inflammation builds, the tooth begins to ache from internal pressure. A root canal is often an effective treatment to relieve the pain and restore dental integrity.
‘Periodontal’ refers to gums, the soft pink skin that supports teeth and covers bones in the mouth. About 80 percent of American adults have gum disease, a bacterial infection that breaks down the bond between gums and teeth.