This is the most basic – and most important – form of dental practice there is. Our preventative services involve a routine examination for cavities and gum disease, plus a cleaning to remove accumulated plaque and tartar. Depending on the date of your visit, X-rays may be required.
For those with missing, damaged, discolored, or misaligned teeth, restorative dentistry is an option we provide. This set of treatments aims to relieve chronic pain and correct cosmetic defects in the patient’s smile.
Cracked or broken teeth and severe unexpected pain constitute dental emergencies. In these situations, make an appointment with us as soon as possible. We’ll save the teeth if we can, or provide prompt treatment that will remove pain and cosmetically restore your smile.
This is the medical term for a root canal. While the term may have unpleasant associations, modern medicine can remove almost all of the pain or discomfort associated with the treatment. This procedure simply removes infected pulp from inside of your tooth, taking care of pain and inflammation while saving the exterior enamel.
Crowns & Bridges
These appliances restore the appearance of damaged or missing teeth. A crown is a cap on top of a damaged or medically altered tooth that restores its appearance. A bridge is a row of artificial teeth that is anchored between two crowns.
Full & Partial Dentures
If a patient has sensitive gums, or if implants and other restorative procedures are contraindicated, we will provide a set of full or partial dentures. These will look like the patient’s original teeth and will function perfectly when eating or smiling.
The dental implant procedure is broken up into two main parts: placement and restoration. The restoration portion of the procedure is where we attach either a natural-looking dental crown or a bridge depending on how many teeth are missing.
Misaligned teeth can cause discomfort even to adults. Invisalign will straighten the patient’s teeth without the appearance of braces and over a period of just nine to 18 months.