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A healthy mouth requires routine general and preventative care to stay that way. This includes an oral examination, oral cancer screening, cleaning, and periodic digital x-rays. Preventative services include fluoride and sealants.
If the goal is a health and beautiful smile, cosmetic dentistry makes that possible. This is available in many different ways and we will work to meet your personal needs and desires. Cosmetic dentistry includes whitening, full smile makeovers, tooth-colored fillings, porcelain crowns and veneers.
Restorative Dentistry is all about repairing and rebuilding damaged or lost tooth structure in a functional and esthetic way. This includes complete and partial dentures, root canal therapy, full mouth restorations, as well as fillings, crowns, bridges and implants.
We offer a wide variety of comprehensive dental services for kids and adults of all ages. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment!
Commonly referred to as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is used in dentistry for it's pain blocking effects as well as the euphoric effects of inhaling it. It is used to enhance patient's comfort and relieve anxiety in patients of all ages. The effects of nitrous oxide decrease after the mask is removed so that you can drive and continue your daily activities as normal.
Discoloration of the teeth is caused by many different factors, all of which are treatable. We offer several different levels of whitening to meet your needs. Deep bleaching, In-office whitening and At-home whitening are all possible options to giving you a beautiful smile.
Adults and older teens can now get the smile they have always wanted in about 6 months. Short term ortho is designed for those with crowded, crooked or spaced teeth that don't have major bite issues. Short term ortho is a great alternative when comparing the cost, time and appearance of traditional braces.
Dental implants are one of the best options for replacing missing teeth. An implant anchor is placed in the bone which holds it firmly in placed and an artificial tooth can then be attached to the implant. The end result is a strong, secure tooth that is virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. Implants can also be used to give retention and support to complete dentures.
Periodontal treatment is necessary when you develop gum disease. Gum disease can be quite painless due to its slow progression. With gum disease the tissue is chronically irritated by bacteria deep below the visible gum line and needs to be removed so that proper healing can occur.
Before and After In Office Teeth Whitening
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