What services do we offer?

Crowns, Inlays, Onlays

These treatments can restore the integrity of teeth that have been broken down from wear, trauma, acid erosion, or decay. Whether made from tooth-colored porcelain or gold, these long lasting restorations re-build and preserve the tooth.

Dentures

We can create youthful, esthetic false teeth to replace your missing natural teeth and restore your ability to smile, chew, and speak.

Fillings

When a tooth has decay that has progressed past the point of reversal/remineralization, a resin composite filling (tooth-colored material) can be used to replace the decayed portions of your tooth.

Implant bridges/All-on-4

Also called “teeth-in-a-day” these treatments replace your natural teeth using a combination of implants and false teeth. Unlike traditional denture treatments, you do not have to take them out at night, giving you a stable solution that makes eating, smiling, and speaking feel more natural.

Implant Services

We work with an excellent team of specialists to place dental implants to replace missing teeth. In our office, we add the crown on top of your implant to give you an esthetic, functional, and long-lasting bionic tooth.

Invisalign

An opportunity to have straight teeth without braces using a series of clear aligners. Not only will straight teeth enhance your smile, but straight teeth with adequate bone support around the roots are easier to clean and can help prevent progression of gum disease.

Interdisciplinary Care

Complex dental issues are often most thoroughly addressed by a team of dental specialists in addition to your dentist. We work with an amazing network of surgeons, orthodontists, root-canal specialists, and others in order to ensure you get the best possible result in your dental treatment.

Nightguards

Some people exert excess forces on their teeth at night (clenching or grinding), causing premature aging and breakdown of the teeth. While the root causes should also be investigated, a night guard can help protect the teeth and jaw joints from these traumatic forces.

Occlusal Adjustment/Bite harmonization

Our teeth are best preserved for the long term when our jaw joints (TMJs) are in harmony with the position of our teeth. This allows for the teeth to evenly distribute the load of biting and chewing, decreasing unfavorable forces and maintaining a comfortable bite. With small additions or adjustments to the biting surfaces of the teeth, we can create and stabilize a harmonized bite.

Periodontal Therapy

Though gum disease is a life-long condition, being “long in the tooth” does not have to be your fate. Treatment has evolved and improved dramatically in the last few years. We now have the capability to identify the specific pathogens causing your gum disease and tailor your treatment and home care regimen to help you halt its progression. Gum disease is highly associated with other health risks in your body, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other inflammatory processes. Periodontal therapy is one facet in improving whole-body wellness.has decay that has progressed past the point of reversal/remineralization, a resin composite filling (tooth-colored material) can be used to replace the decayed portions of your tooth.

Preventative Care

Prevention is the most important thing we do. Helping you achieve the oral health you want and giving you the tools to maintain it is central to our values and our mission. We do this by thorough examination, regular hygiene care, detailed monitoring, and personalized recommendations to suit you and your mouth.

Root Canal Therapy

When bacteria get into the nerve of a tooth by decay or fracture, it can not only cause discomfort, but become a source of infection for your whole body. Root canal therapy (completed by root canal specialists) remove the infected tissue and allow you to keep your tooth. Our office will work with you through this process and restore the tooth once the root canal procedure is completed.

Sealants

Sealants are a great, non-invasive way to prevent tooth decay in the hard-to-clean deep grooves of your back teeth, reducing the chance of tooth decay and fillings in the future.

Teeth Whitening

If you want your smile to shine a little brighter, we have options for both in-office treatment that gives you an immediate result, as well as take home professional strength gels with custom made trays.

Tooth Extractions

We can remove teeth that are broken or causing infection and get you on the path to total wellness.

Veneers and Cosmetic Bonding

If chipped teeth, discolored teeth, undersized teeth etc., are leaving you embarrassed and afraid to smile these dental treatments are good options to restore your smile and your confidence.

Invisalign

An opportunity to have straight teeth without braces using a series of clear aligners. Not only will straight teeth enhance your smile, but straight teeth with adequate bone support around the roots are easier to clean and can help prevent progression of gum disease.

Interdisciplinary Care

Complex dental issues are often most thoroughly addressed by a team of dental specialists in addition to your dentist. We work with an amazing network of surgeons, orthodontists, root-canal specialists, and others in order to ensure you get the best possible result in your dental treatment.

Dentures

We can create youthful, esthetic false teeth to replace your missing natural teeth and restore your ability to smile, chew, and speak.

Veneers and cosmetic bonding

If chipped teeth, discolored teeth, undersized teeth etc. are leaving you embarrassed and afraid to smile these dental treatments are good options to restore your smile and your confidence.

Preventative Care

Prevention is the most important thing we do. Helping you achieve the oral health you want and giving you the tools to maintain it is central to our values and our mission. We do this by thorough examination, regular hygiene care, detailed monitoring, and personalized recommendations to suit you and your mouth.

Implant bridges/All-on-4

Also called “teeth-in-a-day” these treatments replace your natural teeth using a combination of implants and false teeth. Unlike traditional denture treatments, you do not have to take them out at night, giving you a stable solution that makes eating, smiling, and speaking feel more natural.

Occlusal Adjustment/Bite harmonization

Our teeth are best preserved for the long term when our jaw joints (TMJs) are in harmony with the position of our teeth. This allows for the teeth to evenly distribute the load of biting and chewing, decreasing unfavorable forces and maintaining a comfortable bite. With small additions or adjustments to the biting surfaces of the teeth, we can create and stabilize a harmonized bite.

Teeth Whitening

If you want your smile to shine a little brighter, we have options for both in-office treatment that gives you an immediate result, as well as take home professional strength gels with custom made trays.

Root Canal Therapy

When bacteria get into the nerve of a tooth by decay or fracture, it can not only cause discomfort, but become a source of infection for your whole body. Root canal therapy (completed by root canal specialists) remove the infected tissue and allow you to keep your tooth. Our office will work with you through this process and restore the tooth once the root canal procedure is completed.

Sealants

Sealants are a great, non-invasive way to prevent tooth decay in the hard-to-clean deep grooves of your back teeth, reducing the chance of tooth decay and fillings in the future.

Fillings

When a tooth has decay that has progressed past the point of reversal/remineralization, a resin composite filling (tooth-colored material) can be used to replace the decayed portions of your tooth.

Crowns, Inlays, Onlays

These treatments can restore the integrity of teeth that have been broken down from wear, trauma, acid erosion, or decay. Whether made from tooth-colored porcelain or gold, these long lasting restorations re-build and preserve the tooth.

Periodontal Therapy

When a tooth Though gum disease is a life-long condition, being “long in the tooth” does not have to be your fate. Treatment has evolved and improved dramatically in the last few years. We now have the capability to identify the specific pathogens causing your gum disease and tailor your treatment and home care regimen to help you halt its progression. Gum disease is highly associated with other health risks in your body, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other inflammatory processes. Periodontal therapy is one facet in improving whole-body wellness.has decay that has progressed past the point of reversal/remineralization, a resin composite filling (tooth-colored material) can be used to replace the decayed portions of your tooth.

What services do we offer?

Invisalign

An opportunity to have straight teeth without braces using a series of clear aligners. Not only will straight teeth enhance your smile, but straight teeth with adequate bone support around the roots are easier to clean and can help prevent progression of gum disease.

Interdisciplinary Care

Complex dental issues are often most thoroughly addressed by a team of dental specialists in addition to your dentist. We work with an amazing network of surgeons, orthodontists, root-canal specialists, and others in order to ensure you get the best possible result in your dental treatment.

Dentures

We can create youthful, esthetic false teeth to replace your missing natural teeth and restore your ability to smile, chew, and speak.

Veneers and cosmetic bonding

If chipped teeth, discolored teeth, undersized teeth etc. are leaving you embarrassed and afraid to smile these dental treatments are good options to restore your smile and your confidence.

Preventative Care

Prevention is the most important thing we do. Helping you achieve the oral health you want and giving you the tools to maintain it is central to our values and our mission. We do this by thorough examination, regular hygiene care, detailed monitoring, and personalized recommendations to suit you and your mouth.

Implant bridges/All-on-4

Also called “teeth-in-a-day” these treatments replace your natural teeth using a combination of implants and false teeth. Unlike traditional denture treatments, you do not have to take them out at night, giving you a stable solution that makes eating, smiling, and speaking feel more natural.

Occlusal Adjustment/Bite harmonization

Our teeth are best preserved for the long term when our jaw joints (TMJs) are in harmony with the position of our teeth. This allows for the teeth to evenly distribute the load of biting and chewing, decreasing unfavorable forces and maintaining a comfortable bite. With small additions or adjustments to the biting surfaces of the teeth, we can create and stabilize a harmonized bite.

Teeth Whitening

If you want your smile to shine a little brighter, we have options for both in-office treatment that gives you an immediate result, as well as take home professional strength gels with custom made trays.

Root Canal Therapy

When bacteria get into the nerve of a tooth by decay or fracture, it can not only cause discomfort, but become a source of infection for your whole body. Root canal therapy (completed by root canal specialists) remove the infected tissue and allow you to keep your tooth. Our office will work with you through this process and restore the tooth once the root canal procedure is completed.

Sealants

Sealants are a great, non-invasive way to prevent tooth decay in the hard-to-clean deep grooves of your back teeth, reducing the chance of tooth decay and fillings in the future.

Fillings

When a tooth has decay that has progressed past the point of reversal/remineralization, a resin composite filling (tooth-colored material) can be used to replace the decayed portions of your tooth.

Crowns, Inlays, Onlays

These treatments can restore the integrity of teeth that have been broken down from wear, trauma, acid erosion, or decay. Whether made from tooth-colored porcelain or gold, these long lasting restorations re-build and preserve the tooth.

Periodontal Therapy

When a tooth Though gum disease is a life-long condition, being “long in the tooth” does not have to be your fate. Treatment has evolved and improved dramatically in the last few years. We now have the capability to identify the specific pathogens causing your gum disease and tailor your treatment and home care regimen to help you halt its progression. Gum disease is highly associated with other health risks in your body, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other inflammatory processes. Periodontal therapy is one facet in improving whole-body wellness.has decay that has progressed past the point of reversal/remineralization, a resin composite filling (tooth-colored material) can be used to replace the decayed portions of your tooth.

How can we help you be more comfortable?

Our goal: Help you relax in the chair

Our No. 1 priority is your dental health, but we don’t skimp on making every effort to focus on ensuring you are as comfortable as possible when you are sitting in our dental chair. The nervous reaction many people have at the dentist is quite common, and many people feel vulnerable at the dentist. Our goal is to work with you and help you feel comfortable through a range of techniques that help you relax naturally.

Pillows? Blankets? Music? Other enhanced techniques? We work hard to find exactly what works best for you.

Do you want to put on headphones and close your eyes?

Do you like for us to describe each procedure before we begin, or keep quiet?

Would you like for us to tell jokes? Hum songs? 

What can we do for your dental health?

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