Correct your smile by fixing any broken, chipped, or damaged teeth and making them look great and brand new. Cosmetic dentistry is not just whitening and brightening. We can replace missing teeth, reshape teeth as a group or individually, lengthen teeth, make teeth appear wider or narrower, rotate or tip them for better alignment, and even add gum tissue to shorten long teeth. Your dentist will be happy to discuss and recommend your best options.
A crown is a prosthetic replacement for missing or damaged tooth structures that cannot be replaced with a filling. A tooth that has a large filling and either breaks or fractures may need a crown. A tooth that has had a root canal will often need a crown. Bridges are a set of multiple crowns (caps) with false teeth in between to replace the missing teeth.
The American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist every six months. Preventive dental care can help you reduce or avoid future costs by preventing and finding potential issues sooner. While brushing and flossing at home are critical components of a proper oral hygiene regimen, there’s no substitute for professional checkups.
You will be screened for signs and symptoms of gum disease during visits to our office. Once diagnosed, treatment for gum disease can include non-surgical in-office treatment for earlier stages, and/or antibiotic therapy. Signs of gum disease can include: puffy, red, and sore gum tissues; bleeding gums; bad breath; receding gums; and loose teeth.
A white, bright smile can help create a youthful appearance. We offer a number of different whitening options, depending upon your needs. Consult with your dentist to determine which option is best for you. An in-office whitening may be completed in as little as one visit. During the procedure, the dentist will shield your gums and then apply a whitening agent to your teeth. A special light may also be used to enhance the action of the agent.
Dental implants are the most durable and natural-looking solution available for those patients who are missing one or more teeth. They are permanent and allow for natural cleaning, chewing, and speech. They can replace complete dentures or enable them to fit so comfortably and securely that you can eat corn on the cob or chewy caramels.
Regular dental cleanings and exams are provided twice a year to make sure your smile is something to smile about.
Our emergency dentistry services include: Broken Fillings, Emergency Extractions, Emergency Pain, Emergency Fillings, Accident-Related Injury.
Our preventative dentistry exams (recommended every six months) can help identify any issues that might end up causing you dental health problems in the future. It also gives us the opportunity to clean your mouth so it is fresh and healthy. Ensure you have a cleaner, brighter smile and healthier teeth by scheduling your appointment today.
Digital X-rays enable us to diagnose problems instantly. The sensor we use is very comfortable, with no sharp corners. Sending X-rays digitally also expedites the process of insurance claim reimbursement.
Modern computer technology has enabled a more effective and cosmetically appealing technique for fixing crowding or misaligned teeth. In most cases, especially with adults, the metal braces of yesteryear are not required.
When a tooth can’t be saved, our team of dental experts will discuss all your options so you can make the choice that’s best for you. Various sedation and anesthesia options allow your tooth removal procedure to be painless.
To treat a cavity, your dentist will remove the decayed portion of the tooth and then “fill” the area on the tooth where the decay was. Fillings are also used to repair cracked, broken or injured teeth and teeth that have been worn down from nail-biting, tooth grinding or other misuse.
Root canal treatment helps to keep your natural smile, continue to eat your usual diet, and avoid ongoing dental work. Our expert dentists will use local anesthesia to numb your tooth and gums, making sure you are comfortable the whole time. Today, a root canal is typically very similar to having a deep filling done.
We offer superior-quality oral and maxillofacial surgical care for you and your family. This includes surgical extractions, dental implant placement, and bone grafting. Grafting procedures can restore your tissue to as close to its previous form following tooth loss, gum disease and/or trauma.
Our caring dental professionals know how to communicate with children in a way that will make them feel comfortable and at ease, establishing the expectation in their minds that a trip to the dentist doesn’t have to be something to dread – it can even be fun! We focus on prevention, early detection and treatment of dental diseases.