Our number one priority is our patients' well-being. We implement all the tools available to make sure you have a comfortable experience during your dental visit.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
A crown (cap) is a restoration that is placed on teeth that have lost a lot of their structure.
Teeth stains are inevitable due to our consumption of a variety of foods and drinks (soda, spicy food, coffee, etc.).
Gum Disease Treatment
Without regular dental checkups, you won’t know that you have gum disease until your condition is in its advanced stages.
Dental tooth bonding is a procedure where we apply a tooth-colored composite to one or more of your teeth to repair damage.
Cosmetic dentistry is a method of professional oral care that focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile.
Tooth-Colored fillings gives the filling a natural appearance and enables it to blend with the surrounding tooth structure.
Veneers & Laminates
This is one way to quickly get that beautiful smile. Veneers and Laminates are a thin shell of porcelain or resin that is bonded to the surface of the teeth.
Sealants are thin layers of resin that are placed on the pits, fissures, and grooves of molars to prevent decay on these surfaces.
Inlays & Onlays
Inlays and Onlays are lab-made restorations that are placed on teeth when the cavity or lost tooth structure is too large to be restored by a simple filling.
TMJ is the joint that connects the lower and upper jaw. TMJ often refers to complications and problems with this joint.
Cracked teeth show a variety of symptoms, including erratic pain when chewing, possibly with the release of biting pressure, or pain when your tooth is exposed to temperature extremes.
Though many advances have been made in the field of dentistry, loss of teeth is still an ongoing problem. Currently, there are a number of options available for people who have lost their teeth.
Dentists and oral surgeons perform tooth extractions for many reasons. The issue may be a painful wisdom tooth or a tooth that has been badly damaged by decay.
See your dentist as soon as possible about your toothache if you have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days, your toothache is severe or you have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide.