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Prevention is a key component of dentistry. Brushing your teeth twice daily and  flossing once daily is a good start! We recommend that our patients come in to have their teeth cleaned by our hygienist twice per year, as well as an exam by one of our dentists. Read More

 

 

If you have decayed or damaged teeth that are past being helped by a filling, a crown may be an option. Our dentists will work with you to come up with the best course of action.

In some cases a crown can be prepared and cemented in the same day with our CEREC technology. Read more

 

Our dentists make every effort to preserve your natural teeth. However, extractions are necessary when decay has made the tooth non-restorable with a filling or crown. Our options include full dentures, partial dentures, and implant supported dentures. Read more

 

Extractions are necessary when decay has made the tooth non-salvageable or when you have an advance bone loss around the tooth (periodontal disease)  Read more

 

 

Fillings involve removing the tooth's decay then filling the space with either amalgam (silver filling) or composite resin (tooth colored filling). Composite fillings can be used in the anterior of the mouth for a natural appearance. Read More

 

 

A dental implant may be used to replace missing teeth if adequate bone is left after the extraction. The implant is made of titatnium that is placed within the jawbone, a crown is fabricated to go over the top to allow for chewing and maintain aesthetics.  Read more

 

 

There are various ways to correct crooked or crowded teeth and our dentists refer our patients to very qualified orthodontists in the area. Read More

 

 

Among the causes for periodontal (gum) disease are genetic susceptibility, smoking, and other illnesses like diabetes. Periodontal maintenance involves removing plaque and tartar from above and below the gumline. Read more

 

 

Dentists have access to prescription strength bleach that only they can dispense. Our bleach is stronger and more concentrated than what you may get over the counter. Read more