Preventative care is the key to a healthy smile. Regular checkups allow us to treat issues before they become a problem. Sometimes, cosmetic dentistry is the best course of action in these cases. But whether it's elective or for treatment, we'll make sure your smile is healthy and beautiful!
All teeth are different and accidents happen. Whether your teeth are crooked, chipped, damaged or if you've had mouth trauma, our team of endodontists, periodontists, orthodontists and oral surgeons can treat you quickly using the latest techniques and the finest materials.
Root canal treatment is an often straightforward procedure to relieve dental painand save your teeth. Patients typically need a root canal when there is inflammation or infection in the roots of a tooth.
Braces are a great teeth straightening treatment that allows patients to enjoy straighter, more beautiful teeth. Not only are straight teeth seen as more attractive, but they're easier to keep clean and therefore less prone to problems like decay and toothaches later in life.
Many of our daily habits conspire to turn our teeth from white to yellow. The foods we eat, beverages we drink, age, and smoking all cause yellowing over time. The good news is that it’s possible to go from yellow to white teeth and, depending on the method you choose, it can be done quickly or gradually.
Dentures are one of the most popular solutions to restoring missing teeth. Losing teeth can take a blow on someone’s self confidence because of the change it can have on one’s face. Whether you have lost teeth because of gum disease, tooth decay, an accident or genetic issue, replacing missing teeth with dentures can greatly improve your overall dental health and appearance.
We know the dentist can be a stressful situation for little ones. Our board certified pediatric dentists provide a safe, comfortable environment for kids of all ages. They take their time with each patient, explaining all of our tools and processes to alleviate any fear!
Dental implants change the lives of patients who have experienced tooth loss, injury, or other dental maladies. Dental implants offer a wide range of treatment options, and the most common, is a single missing tooth replacement.
Another fact of life is the dental filling, a time-tested and effective way to keep tooth decay from doing further damage. True to its name, the filling seals up the small hole in your tooth that decay-causing bacteria have created