Look better and feel better. Even a subtle change in your smile helps you to project an image of self-confidence. When you feel good about yourself, it shows.
Today’s advanced techniques and materials can make a real difference. The skill, experience, and commitment of our practice — using a unique combination of science and artistry — can literally redesign your smile.
Fillings: Small cavities are removed and repaired with a composite restoration that is shaped to match the contours of your tooth’s surface.
Crowns: When a tooth’s structure is compromised, a crown can rebuild it. An impression is made, and a temporary crown will be placed while the ﬁnal restoration is completed. Once ready, it will be cemented into place, and the tooth is restored to optimal shape and function.
Bridges: Used to replace a missing tooth, a bridge uses teeth on either side of the missing tooth for support of a new tooth. A bridge is typically made of crowns on either side of the missing tooth or teeth supporting the false tooth and is cemented in place.
Cleanings: A routine dental cleaning is designed for the prevention of gum disease and tooth decay through the removal of plaque, tartar, and stains.
Root Canals: A root canal is needed when the nerve of a tooth has become damaged, infected, or injured. This procedure saves the tooth and can help restore it to natural function.
Sealants: Dental sealants are used to coat and seal the teeth, helping prevent food and bacteria from getting into the tiny grooves in the teeth and causing decay. With proper dental home care, sealants will reduce your risk for tooth decay, lowering the risk for ﬁllings.
Extractions: When a tooth has become so extensively decayed or damaged that it cannot be restored, your dentist may recommend extracting it. Your dentist will probably recommend a follow-up appointment to evaluate the healing process and discuss tooth replacement options.
Ridge preservation: A bone graft can repair an area of the jaw where a tooth used to be or where there is bone loss. Once completed, the damaged bone will have regained its original strength and stability, allowing for additional procedures such as a dental implant.
Invisalign: When looking to improve your smile with straighter teeth and a more aligned bite, clear aligners can be an excellent treatment option due to their ability to achieve proper alignment while minimally visible when worn.
Implant placement: Replacing a missing tooth can be accomplished with a dental implant that restores the mouth to ideal function. An implant is a substitute for a missing tooth root and helps to stabilize the surrounding bone.
Partial Dentures: When circumstances do not allow for a bridge or dental implants, removable partial dentures are an excellent option to replace missing teeth. They provide improved esthetics and improve overall function for eating and speech and are designed to be removable without the assistance of a dental professional.
Complete Dentures: Removable dentures are an excellent treatment option for patients requiring the replacement of all teeth in the upper and/or lower arch of the mouth. They provide improved overall esthetics by replacing missing teeth in the mouth and improving overall eating and speech function. Dentures are created by impressions of your mouth and a “try-in” ﬁtting to ensure the best ﬁnal ﬁt.