Our staff of experienced hygienists will provide cleanings to patients of all ages. Some patients require deeper cleanings, which prevent bone loss and gum disease. This called periodontitis. Regardless of the case, we will always be informative and try to explain the current condition of your oral hygiene.
If a cavity is diagnosed, basic restorative work, or fillings, are generally the only procedure needed to correct it.
Sometimes teeth are too decayed to fix. Sometimes wisdom teeth need to be taken out. Whatever the reason, there are times where keeping a tooth in the mouth does more harm than good. An extraction is the surgical procedure to remove one or more teeth. We do offer sedation methods in our office. Please feel free to ask.
Oral Cancer Screenings
Oral cancer has sadly risen to be one of the most prevalent and deadly cancers affecting the population. During the screenings, we will examine the oral tissues and tongue for any discrepancies in color or shape. Please feel free to ask us any questions regarding this very important topic.
Crowns and bridges
Some teeth can’t be restored with a filling anymore. Some teeth are generally esthetically compromised and have become an issue of concern to the patient. Dental crowns are a more comprehensive restoration treatment. Bridges can be used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Please feel free to ask us about them if any questions arise.
Some teeth can be aesthetically changed with veneers. These are very thin porcelain covers that go in front of the tooth or teeth. Please feel free to ask us if you have any questions about these.
If coffee or wine stains have gotten the better of your teeth, ask us about our teeth whitening services.
Implants and Implant restorations
Some missing teeth can be replaced with dental implants. These are generally regarded as the best solution to most cases of edentulism, or missing teeth. Please feel free to ask us about these to see if you have questions on this very exciting branch of dentistry.
For numerous reasons, people might find themselves without any teeth. This is called complete edentulism. A complete denture would be needed to regain esthetics and some form or functionality to the patient.
Some patients have, for whatever reason it is, lost numerous teeth, but have been able to keep some or most of the other teeth. This is called partial edentulism. In order to regain esthetics and some form of functionality, a partial denture might be required.
A root canal treatment, commonly called simple a “root canal”, is the process of opening, measuring, cleaning and filling the inside of a tooth. Teeth might require these treatments for many reasons, including deep cavities, infections, constant tooth aches, ect. We aim to offer these services in the most calming and comfortable way possible.