Accepting New Patients!
Accepting New Patients!
Whether your teeth are the wrong shape, crooked, stained, or chipped, our cosmetic dentists can treat your teeth with minimal methods using the latest techniques and the finest materials.
Common dental emergencies include:
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, you can contact us for an immediate appointment
A tooth extraction is a dental procedure to remove a tooth from the gum socket.
Some teeth are extracted because they are severely decayed; others may have advanced periodontal disease, or have broken in a way that cannot be repaired. Other teeth may need removal because they are poorly positioned in the mouth (such as impacted teeth).
A dental implant is a permanent replacement for your damaged or missing tooth.
We surgically position a steel “tooth root” into the jawbone below the gumline. Once your implant heals and securely fuses to the jawbone, we create a natural-looking crown as a cap. Your new tooth will look, feel, and function just like your natural tooth.
A dental bone graft is a surgical procedure that increases the amount of bone in the jaw where bone has been lost or where additional support is needed.
This is essential in restoring the damaged bone in the jaw and building up to be strong enough to replace the missing tooth or teeth.
Full mouth rehabilitation is the process of repairing a patient's smile to improve its overall health, function, and aesthetics. It can involve therapeutic treatments to restore damaged, decaying teeth, or replacement treatments to fill in voids throughout your bite.
A typical full mouth reconstruction can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to up to a year. Because full mouth reconstructions make up multiple procedures, it is first necessary to understand what procedures are being done. Then, an accurate timeline can be identified.
A dental crown is a custom-made cap that replaces the natural crown of a tooth. It repairs the functionality and restores the size of a tooth that has suffered damage or decay beyond what can be fixed with a dental filling.
The damaged tooth is prepared, a mold is taken, and a temporary protection is placed over the tooth until the permanent crown is ready.
If decay is extensive, a root canal is necessary. A root canal gently removes the nerve and pulp of a damaged tooth to prevent further damage to the surrounding teeth and gums. By removing the infected tissue, the tooth can be salvaged and it's structure is preserved.
When a tooth can’t be saved with a filling or a crown, yet still needs to be fully functioning a dental bridge is reccommended.
A bridge prevents your remaining teeth from moving out of position, which can cause other unwanted dental problems. In addition, a dental bridge will enhance your ability to speak and chew normally.
Efficient preventative care is key to having a healthy smile. Consistent checkups will allow our team to diagnose oral cancer, gum disease, and tooth decay before they spread and become a problem.
Stains and discoloration are common along the surface tooth enamel. With both in-office and take-home teeth whitening treatments available, we can help you lighten the shade of your teeth for a brighter, whiter smile.
As a new patient, you will first see the dentist for a comprehensive exam.
During a new patient dental exam, your dentist will assess the following: