Procedures

General Dentistry

Whether you are having a dental emergency, just want a check up, need a routine teeth cleaning, or need an x-ray, we can provide all general dentistry services. This allows us to assess the condition of the teeth and the root and nerve beds below and come up with a comprehensive action plan to help restore your smile. 

Teeth Whitening

Whether you need a routine teeth cleaning to brighten up your smile or a more advanced solution, we can help. Over time due to diet or activities like smoking teeth can become discolored and stained. In those situations we provided the latest in greatest advances in whitening technology to restore the color of your teeth. 

Crowns and Bridges

Crowns are synthetic caps, usually made of porcelain that are placed on top of a dental implant or a tooth. They are bonded using dental cement and are often used to improve the strength and appearance of teeth.

Bridges are artificial teeth or strings of teeth that are adjoined to dental implants. Bridges require abutments to healthy teeth because they often restore more teeth than the root structure of the mouth can support. We are able to accurately assess whether or not bridges are the correct solution for your dental maladies.  

Veeners

Dental Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or plastic applied to the surface of a tooth to correct their shape or color. Veneers are made in a dental lab that is provided a model from an impression the dentist gives them. Once the veneer is created it is applied to the tooth and allowed to bond, correcting the issue of discoloration or misshapen teeth.

Endodontics

Endodontics is a dental speciality concerned with the study and treatment of dental pulp. This generally involves the practice of root canals. Root canals are necessary when the dental pulp becomes damaged or diseased and needs to be saved in order to save the tooth.

Implants

Dental Implants are synthetic structures placed that are secured to the jawbone to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, or even dentures. The implants must first be placed before one of the aforementioned structures is applied on top of it. This allows to implant to osseointegrate with the bone tissue around it.