Our patients come from near and far to experience the warm, individualized care we provide. We pride ourselves in utilizing the most modern equipment and methods available.
In order to provide nothing but the best to our patients, our office uses state-of-the-art technologies in all our procedures. These new technologies allow us to detect dental concerns at early stages, treat your dental issues with precision, and provide stunning and customized restorations. Our premium dental software system maximizes your time and our office efficiency. When you visit our office you can be confident that you are receiving the finest and most advanced in dental care. Here’s an overview of the services we offer:
- BOTOX and Filler Treatments: We can treat TMJ problems and bruxism with botulinum toxin. The BOTOX or filler is injected into painful problem areas to provide relaxation and relief.
- Cosmetic Bonding: Bonding uses tooth-colored materials to replace missing tooth structure or hide cosmetically unappealing minor defects in a tooth.
- Cosmetic Gum Surgery: a variety of gum problems from having a “gummy” smile to gum recession an uneven gum line can be improved with cosmetic gum surgery at our dental office.
- Crowns & Bridgework: A dental crown or “cap” is a covering that fits over a damaged, decayed, or unattractive tooth. It can even replace a tooth entirely as part of dental bridgework.
- Dentures: There are several varieties of dentures available to address specific issues, from partial dentures to implant-supported overdentures. The best option for you will depend on your individual situation.
- Extractions: A major goal in dental care is to do everything possible to save a tooth because no artificial substitute compares to our natural teeth, but extractions are sometimes necessary for a variety of reasons.
- Fillings: This seals a small hole in a tooth (a cavity) caused by decay, preventing decay (a bacteria-induced infection) from spreading further into the tooth, which would require more intensive treatment like root canal therapy if it reached the dental pulp.
- Implant Restoration: A dental implant most often takes the form of a small, screw-shaped titanium post that replaces the root-part of a missing tooth.
- Mouthguards for Adults: A high-quality, custom-made mouthguard should be part of every athlete's equipment. There are different kinds of mouthguards, available from various sources.
- Oral Hygiene: Regular dental visits play a critical role in maintaining your oral health — not only to find and remedy any problems with teeth or gums, but also to assess the general condition of your oral health, point out potential trouble spots, and offer suggestions for preventive care.
- Orthodontics: What a difference straight teeth can make! A beautiful smile can boost self-confidence and have a positive impact on social and professional opportunities.
- Porcelain Veneers: In dentistry, a veneer is a wafer-thin layer of super-strong porcelain that convincingly substitutes for natural tooth enamel. It’s a great cosmetic option for improving the appearance of the teeth.
- Professional Teeth Cleanings: Even if you brush and floss your teeth faithfully, it is important that you have your teeth professionally cleaned on a regular basis. Only the hygienist can remove tartar that builds up on teeth between visits!
- Root Canal: A root canal procedure becomes necessary when infection or inflammation develops in the pulp tissue of the tooth.
- Sealants: A sealed tooth is far less likely to develop a cavity, require more expensive dental treatment later on, or, most importantly, cause your child pain.
- Teeth Whitening: Professionally supervised whitening will work faster and protect sensitive gums and tooth-root surfaces better than over-the-counter whitening products.
- TMJ Treatment: Treatment for a jaw problem can vary from simple measures like ice packs, exercise, and moist heat to more complex solutions like medication and splints, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), ultrasound treatment, or trigger-point injections.
- Wisdom Teeth: After a thorough examination and diagnostic tests such as X-rays or a CT scan, you may be told that you should have your wisdom teeth extracted.