- CEREC "1 Day Dentistry" CLICK HERE
- Restorations composite fillings
- Non-surgical perio therapy
- Partial and complete dentures
- Root Canal Therapy
- Gum Treatments - Treatment of Gingivitis - Periodontal Disease (Pyorrhia)
- Crown and Bridge Work
- Dentures - Full and Partial
- Full Mouth Rehabilitation
- Snore Appliance
We also offer:
- Whitening for Life
$49 bleaching kit and free bleaching touch up kits for life as long as YOU keep YOUR recall appointment, you will need to give 48 hour notice for cancellation. CLICK HERE to review the "Whitening for Life" contract.
- Prophylaxis (cleaning):
A dental prophylaxis is performed not only to clean the teeth, but also to evaluate the oral cavity for any other problems that might be present. The cleaning not only includes what you can see, but also the area under the gum line, which is the most important part.
- Patient Education:
Here is a wonderful website that can answer most of your dental questions. CLICK HERE
- Habit Appliances:
Devices to help control thumb-sucking, grinding teeth.
SUAD device for snoring.
Bonding uses a tooth-colored composite resin (plastic) to repair a decayed, chipped, fractured or discolored tooth. Bonding can be done in a single visit, unlike veneers, which are manufactured in a laboratory and require a customized mold to achieve a proper fit. The procedure is called bonding because the material bonds to the tooth.
Dental recontouring is a relatively quick and painless procedure in which small amounts of tooth enamel are removed in order to change the length, shape or surface contours of a tooth. It is also called tooth reshaping or odontoplasty.
- Minor Tooth Movement:
Limited orthodontic treatment to correct isolated problems such as a space or a few poorly positioned teeth.
Tooth whitening is a procedure that lightens teeth and helps remove stains and discoloration.
- Tooth Colored Fillings:
We provide the latest in tooth-colored composite fillings that we use to repair a tooth.
- Porcelain Laminates:
(veneers) eggshell thickness of porcelain, custom designed to improve color and luster of the front teeth.
- Fillings -Tooth Colored:
Composite resin fillings: Resin fillings are the same natural color as your own teeth. They are often bonded to the tooth, which helps to strengthen it. Composite resin fillings also require the removal of less tooth structure than silver fillings, allowing you to keep more of your natural tooth.
- Crowns (caps):
Crowns are used when simply filling a tooth would leave it weak and vulnerable to cracking, or when making cosmetic improvements to the teeth is the goal. A crown is placed over a tooth, replacing most of its enamel. It surrounds the tooth, giving it strength and providing a strong, durable biting surface.
- Inlays & Onlays:
These are laboratory made fillings. They made be made of tooth colored composite resins, porcelain or a combination of the two. Some inlays and onlays are sixteen karat gold. Because these restorations are made in the laboratory they may be contoured ideally and are generally stronger than direct fillings.
- Implant Dentistry:
Missing teeth affect a person's appearance, the ability to speak and chew, and general dental health. It is usually recommended that a missing tooth be replaced. Many options exist for the replacement of lost teeth. Implants are the most naturally feeling and functioning tooth replacement.