Fillings can be done in either amalgam (silver) or composite (tooth colored).
When a tooth is lost and is replaced with a bridge. Crown is a tooth-like covering placed over a carefully prepared existing tooth.
The word periodontal means "around the tooth". This area of dentistry specializes in treating gum disease.
A technique where the patient's own teeth are lightened using a compound that is very safe, but has been proven to actually make yellow teeth whiter.
Dental Implants are a wonderful option for replacing a lost tooth or multiple teeth.
Veneers are thin custom made porcelain shells that we bond to anterior (front) teeth when there is a need to brighten a smile.
There is a combination of science and artform in making a great set of dentures.
Snoring leads to poor sleep quality for the snorer and those in the same house.
It is a process where we use clear, thin, but very hard computer-generated plastic trays to slowly move upper or lower anterior teeth into a more ideal position.
A dental sealant is an acrylic-like material that helps protect grooves in the biting surfaces of permanent teeth from decay-causing bacteria.
Due to our prevention program children many times will never even need treatment other than cleanings and exams.
If a tooth is either traumatized excessively or exposed to deep decay, the nerve inside the root may "die" needing root canal procedure.