With four decades of experience and a pair of consecutive People’s Choice awards to our name, we’re the best option for any dental services you need. We offer fair and honest pricing, a family-friendly atmosphere, and flexible payment and scheduling options. Best of all, we put customer service first. You’re not just a number or an appointment; you’re an important part of our business, and we’ll work hard to get to know you and make sure that you’re 100 percent satisfied. Our goal is to make you fall in love with your smile.
We know that means different things to different people, so we offer a vast array of professional services. We consider each case individually and we will go over all of your options to find the best solution.
The most common service we provide is the standard yearly cleaning. Not only does this make you look and feel your best, but it cleans plaque and tartar from your teeth. These build up even with regular brushing, and they can lead to a host of issues, including gum disease and cavities. We can take x-rays at the standard cleanings to see if other procedures are necessary, giving us a full understanding of your overall oral health.
Resin is a composite material used to fill mild tooth decay. It looks and feels like your enamel and prevents the decay from spreading. The composite is hardened, shaped and polished to perfectly match your teeth.
Crowns are used when more extensive decay has occurred, and they are essentially caps that are fit to the top of your teeth. Modern crowns are often made of ceramic or porcelain. Again, the focus is on making them look identical to your natural teeth, while preventing decay and reducing pain.
A bridge allows you to have replacement teeth if you have had teeth extracted. Not only are the gaps unsightly, but they can cause further issues as nearby teeth shift over time. A bridge keeps them firmly in place and rejuvenates your smile.
If you already have implants to replace missing teeth, our restoration techniques can make them look as good as new. In the end, the implants will feel exactly like your natural teeth and most people forget they ever got them. We’ll work closely with you to determine what materials to use, as there are many options, and we’ll find the best solution for your needs and your budget.
Dentures & Partials
Dentures have typically been used to replace teeth when many have been lost or extracted, giving you an easily removable set of teeth that can be taken out and cleaned. Partials allow the use of this same convenient design when all of your teeth have not been extracted, allowing you to bridge the gaps and make your smile look whole and beautiful again.
Custom Teeth Whitening
Your teeth are bombarded with staining agents, often starting with that morning cup of coffee. When teeth whitening toothpastes don’t have an effect, it’s time for something stronger. Our safe, professional whitening services can give you a lasting glow that polishes away the stains for years to come.
In cases of extensive tooth damage, extractions are sometimes necessary to reduce pain, infection and other risks. We can also work with you regarding replacement options after an extraction, as noted above.
If a tooth does not need to be extracted but still shows extensive damage, the best option is often a root canal. This can clean out and seal the tooth, preventing the damage from spreading and allowing you to keep your natural teeth for as long as possible.
If you grind your teeth, the amount of damage you can do over time is extensive. An occlusal guard (commonly referred to as a night guard) can be custom-designed to reduce this impact. This can also cut back on related issues, such as the consistent headaches that many people report.
We can help control periodontal disease with specialized techniques that focus on optimal dental health, even when curing the disease itself is not a realistic goal. The key is to focus on consistent maintenance over time, including periodontal scaling.
Dental sealants (also termed pit and fissure sealants) are a dental treatment intended to prevent tooth decay. Teeth have recesses on their biting surfaces; the back teeth have fissures (grooves) and some front teeth have cingulum pits. It is these pits and fissures which are most vulnerable to tooth decay, partly because food sticks in them and they are hard-to-clean areas. Dental sealants are materials placed in these pits and fissures to fill them in, creating a smooth surface that is easy to clean.
We work closely with your orthodontist to make any necessary dental retainers. This is a custom-made orthodontic appliance used to keep teeth in place after dental braces are removed.