We encourage you to involve yourself in your own treatment and ask questions throughout our relationship.
Family dentistry simply involves providing care to each and every member of the family.
General dental procedures are specific to correcting the functioning of your teeth while helping improve cosmetic problems.
A dental crown is a type of restoration that is designed to fit over a damaged or compromised tooth.
Both a denture and partial will help to transform your entire smile. If you’re missing your natural teeth, there is no reason for you to feel ashamed or embarrassed.
Extractions are done as a way to preserve your oral health and remove problematic teeth. In some cases, you may need to have teeth removed because of advanced gum disease.
A dental implants is specifically designed to replace a missing tooth. When a tooth falls out or is extracted, a gap is present in your smile.
Sedation has long been used in the dental field to help keep patients calm and comfortable.
Wisdom teeth will typically begin to develop around the time a person reaches adulthood. Unfortunately, if there isn’t enough room for the teeth to come in properly, they become impacted underneath the gums.
Teeth whitening can provide patients with a bright white smile that builds confidence. Our teeth whitening systems provide quick and effective results, and patients can notice brighter and whiter teeth after only a few treatments.
A root canal is a procedure that involves taking out the entire pulp of a tooth. Each of your teeth has a pulp, which is often called the nerve.
A dental filling is a restoration that is specifically used to fill in an area of one or more teeth that have become decayed. Dental decay, known as a cavity, can infiltrate a tooth and cause it to become weak.
Keeping your teeth healthy and clean requires more than diligent brushing and flossing at home. In many cases, plaque will build up on different areas of the teeth, hardening into a chalky white substance known as tartar.
Bonding is a common cosmetic procedure that can be done comfortably in our office. Unlike other treatments, bonding typically doesn’t require any type of anesthetic to complete