Preventative care is the key to a healthy smile. Regular checkups allow us to treat issues before they become a problem. Sometimes, cosmetic dentistry is the best course of action in these cases. But whether it's elective or for treatment, we'll make sure your smile is healthy and beautiful!
All teeth are different and accidents happen. Whether your teeth are misaligned, chipped, damaged, or if you've had mouth trauma, our team can treat you quickly using the latest techniques and the finest materials.
A bridge is a fixed dental restoration used to replace one or more missing tooth by joining an artificial tooth definitively to adjacent teeth or dental implants. A bridge will span the area where teeth are missing. They are attached to the natural teeth or implants that surround this space.
A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor.
Veneers are small caps placed on on the front of your teeth. Veneers are generally used just for the front facing teeth, whereas crowns are used for the larger molars and side teeth. Veneers are often made out of porcelain. These different kinds of veneers will vary not only in what it is made from, but in the level of thickness, durability and how long the veneers will last.
Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment that is designed to slowly move misaligned teeth into proper alignment. It consists of a series of clear, plastic trays which fit closely around your teeth. At the end of the treatment period, you can enjoy the straight, stunning smile you have always desired.
If you have a large cavity that’s too big for a filling, it may be time for a crown.
You may also need a crown if your tooth is: severely worn down, cracked or weakened
Crowns are also recommended following a root canal on a tooth, because the tooth is more fragile and needs protection.
Dentists and oral surgeons perform tooth extractions for many reasons. The issue may be a painful wisdom tooth or a tooth that has been badly damaged by decay. In some cases, a dentist will remove a tooth to make space for dental prosthetics or braces.
Along with traditional, removable dentures, we also provide our patients with implant-supported dentures. This is the latest advancement in denture technology. When dental implants support a denture, the denture will not slip, will not irritate your gums and will provide you with significantly more chewing power than a traditional denture.