Services

We offer the best dental care for people of all ages. From general dentistry to sedation dentistry, from emergencies to cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics

and restorative dentistry … when you choose our services you’ll be treated with the utmost care and respect.

It’s important that you feel comfortable during your dental visit because when you’re comfortable you’ll keep up with your regular oral care
properly.

General Dental Care

Taking care of your teeth, gums, breathe, and smile is a matter of basic general dentistry. When you have a healthy mouth, it reflects in other areas of
your life and can even protect your heart.

The general dental care services we offer include:

  • Bi-annual dental checkups (recommended by nearly every dentist in the world)
  • Intra-oral imaging (to spot potential problems before they become major issues)
  • Deep cleanings (also known as root scaling and planning)
  • X-Rays (don’t be alarmed, it’s completely safe)
  • Dental sealants
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Periodontal maintenance
  • Oral health checkups

Sedation Dentistry

For many people, a trip to the dentist can be an overwhelming prospect. No one wants to suffer in pain and misery, yet that’s just what so many associate
with a trip to the dentist.

In some cases, there may be procedures that tweak a nerve and cause pain. If you’re one of those individuals who avoids the dentist because of these fears,
it’s time to let go of those worries. We offer many different levels of sedation to soothe even the most timid men, women, and children.

We offer:

  • Nitrous Oxide Sedation (which is more commonly referred to as ‘laughing gas’)
  • Oral Medication (for pain management)
  • Local Anesthetic (for simple procedures)
  • Intravenous Sedation (also known as ‘twilight sleep’ to help you relax)

You see? Modern dentistry isn’t so bad!

Dental Emergencies

There could be a dozen reasons why you might need emergency dental care. A broken tooth (cracked, chipped, knocked out, etc.) caused by blunt force trauma
or even extreme oral pain that comes on suddenly can make it difficult to get anything else done.

You should choose a dentist who will be there for you whenever you have any type of dental emergency. When your emergency is taken care of right
away, it can reduce the amount of work needed as well as the cost.

If you delay treatment for any emergency situation, it could cause you to require an extraction, dental implant, or other major, costly work.

What constitutes a dental emergency?

Aside from the obvious (having your tooth knocked out while playing sports), any dental pain that lasts longer than a few minutes or has a tendency to come
and go (and be extreme) needs to be addressed immediately.

Even though you might not think your particular situation is all that important, let your dentist make that determination.

Cosmetic Dentistry

When you have a brilliant white smile and nice, straight teeth, you’ll want to show it off. That will have a direct impact on your overall confidence
level. Cosmetic dentistry can help you achieve that goal with some of the following procedures:

  • Porcelain crowns
  • Veneers
  • Teeth whitening
  • Bonding
  • Fillings that match your tooth color precisely
  • Implant restoration
  • Full and partial dentures

Restorative Dentistry

Any time you require work to ‘restore’ your teeth and help improve the appearance of your smile, you need restorative dentistry. Even though you
may have taken proper care of your teeth throughout your life there may come a time when you need restorative work done.

Processed foods and drinks are harsh on our teeth and brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash twice a day may not be enough to keep your teeth
protected from this daily onslaught.

We offer numerous restorative dentistry services, including:

  • Crowns
  • Extractions
  • Bridges
  • Full and partial dentures
  • Root canals
  • Dental implants
  • Implant restorations
  • Fillings that match the color of your teeth precisely

Orthodontics

When your teeth are not in proper alignment it can affect your smile, confidence, and other facial features. It can also make it more difficult to maintain
proper oral care.

Age doesn’t matter when it comes to orthodontics. Your current jaw structure and teeth alignment will determine what type of orthodontics will be ideal for
you. We provide the best orthodontic care and services for children and even older adults.