We offer a variety of services ranging from routine cleanings and check-ups to implants.
Below are some of the most common procedures performed in our office:
Tooth Colored Fillings
We use composite white fillings that match the shade of your natural teeth. It is environmentally friendly due to the lack of mercury as well as allowing our doctors to preserve tooth structure by minimally cutting the teeth to access the decay.
Initial and Routine Exams
It is critical to properly assess your oral condition. We perform a thorough exam that includes oral cancer screening, periodontal charting, tooth charting, visual examination, and TMJ exam. We will take any necessary digital x-rays to properly diagnose the conditions of your teeth, gums and supporting structures.
It is recommended to have a professional dental cleaning every 6 months to maintain your healthy gums. We also perform scaling and root planing if needed for patients that have gum disease or periodontal problems. A complete assessment is first made to determine your periodontal condition.
Crowns, Bridges, and Veneers
In certain situations where the tooth is compromised or for cosmetic reasons, crowns/bridges/veneers may be recommended instead of fillings to restore your tooth. The advantage of these restorations over a filling is that it helps to strengthen your tooth and may help prevent it from breaking down further. Our goal is to restore a natural looking smile.
We are excited to offer dental implant services to our patients. Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth, stabilize the bone level of your jaw, and/or provide an attachment point for removable prosthetics. Besides looking completely natural, dental implants have numerous advantages over traditional treatments such as partial dentures or bridges to replace missing teeth in that they serve as permanent life-long teeth replacements and adjacent teeth need not be altered.
We perform root canals on most patients to remove infection, relieve pain and save teeth.
Dentures are available for patients who have lost their teeth. There are different types of dentures and our doctors will help you determine which ones are appropriate.