Your comfort is our primary concern. We are proud to offer virtually
pain-free dentistry, and we can ease the concerns of even the most anxious patient with modern technology that ensures your comfort during treatment.
Dental Exams & Cleaning
Keep your smile healthy with proper care. Regular exams and cleanings are essential for a healthy smile. A typical dentist visit includes a full periodontal exam, evaluation of your bite, detects decay, and looks for signs of hard or soft tissue disease. You also receive a full cleaning where we scale calculus, polish teeth, floss, assess your mouth's cleanliness, and provide oral hygiene instructions.
First visit: For adults, the typical first includes a full mouth series of x-rays, periodontal screening, oral cancer screening, decay and cavity detection, and restorative needs assessment.
Choose safer X-rays with greater flexibility. Digital X-rays expose you to less radiation than traditional X-rays, and they capture images that you can view on a computer with your dentist. Just like digital photos, digital X-rays produce high-quality images that can be magnified, emailed, or archived.
Treat periodontal disease early to avoid surgery. Treatment depends on the type and severity of your condition. If caught early, and no damage has been done, regular cleanings are all that might be needed. If it has progressed, a special periodontal cleaning will be recommended. If the pockets do not heal after scaling and root planning, periodontal surgery may be needed.
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Keep your pearly whites white with tooth-colored fillings. In addition to filling new cavities, these beautiful restorations can replace old metal fillings that have blackened, fractured, popped out, or simply take away from the beauty of your smile.
Protect your child’s teeth against cavities with a plastic coating that’s painted on the grooved, hard-to-reach surfaces of the back teeth. Pits and fissures on these surfaces are particularly susceptible to tooth decay. Sealants last about five years. During a regular dental exam, we check the state of protective sealants and re-apply them if needed.
Give your smile a makeover with home whitening. By wearing bleaching trays for an hour a day for approximately 10-14 days, you can achieve the same effective whitening at home as you can with in-office bleaching. You may experience mild tooth or gum sensitivity during this time. Although this whitening process requires a time commitment on your part, the results are impressive. The biggest benefit of home bleaching is that you can do quick and easy touch-ups as needed.
Achieve the smile you have always desired. Cosmetic dental treatments can change the size, shape, and alignment of certain teeth as well as repair decayed, broken, cracked, or chipped teeth. Thanks to the advances in modern cosmetic dentistry, we are able to improve your teeth and smiles with quick, painless and surprisingly affordable treatments.
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Improve your appearance, enjoy eating your favorite foods, maintain healthy adjacent teeth, and experience renewed confidence. Implants are a safe, medically proven, aesthetic alternative to traditional crowns, bridges, and dentures. They offer new levels of comfort, security, and confidence over traditional treatments.
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Replace missing teeth with dentures. Complete dentures are used when all of the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. A partial denture not only fills in the spaces created by missing teeth, it prevents other teeth from shifting.
Root Canal Therapy
Save the tooth with a root canal. We perform root canals to prevent tooth extraction when the inner soft tissue of a tooth becomes damaged, infected, or inflamed. Once we remove the damaged tissue, we carefully fill the canal, seal it, and crown it to protect the tooth and restore its functionality. Signs you may need endodontic treatment include pain, prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold, tenderness to touch or chewing, and discoloration to the tooth.
Remove a problem tooth. When restoration procedures such as root canal therapy, crowns, or fillings are not enough to save a tooth, it may need to be pulled, or extracted. Tooth extraction procedures today are far less painful than ever before, thanks to powerful anesthetics. Full dental reconstruction.