Dental Cleanings & Gum Disease Treatment
A major goal of modern dentistry is to help you keep your teeth and gums healthy for a lifetime. By following a conscientious program of oral hygiene, you have the best chance at making this goal a reality.
Dental Emergency Treatment:
Broken/Cracked Tooth, Pain, Root Canals, Extractions
When you have a dental emergency — whether it's caused by a sudden accident or chronic disease (periodontal disease or decay) — your teeth and/or the tissues of the mouth that surround them need to receive proper care right away. The dentist will evaluate your individual dental concern and provide a diagnosis. These diagnoses are generally related to decay, large fillings that break off/crack, or direct trauma to an area of the mouth or specific tooth. The result of caring for the dental emergency can be as straightforward as a new filling or a crown. Other times it can mean there is an infection requiring a root canal or an extraction to restore the tooth and heal the infection.
Fillings, Crowns, Veneers & Dental Bonding
Dental fillings, crowns, veneers, and bonding are needed to restore the shape and stability of the tooth for ease of chewing and preventing further damage, decay, and loss of the tooth. Restorative treatments are used to "restore" a tooth's function if they have been broken, or with cavities/decay.
Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Cosmetic Crowns,
Cosmetic Bonding, Gum Contouring, Incisal Contouring
Smiling with confidence makes you feel great. A beautiful smile
is also an important social and professional asset. Yet there are many people who avoid showing their teeth in public or in photographs because they don't like what they see.
Tooth Replacement Options:
Implants, Bridges, Partial & Full Dentures
For those missing even one tooth, an unsightly gap is actually the least significant problem. What's of far greater concern is the bone loss that inevitably follows tooth loss. There are many options for replacing missing teeth, such as Implants, Bridges, and partial or full dentures.
Mouth Guards, Athletic Guards & Snore Guards
Mouth guards (Occlusal Guards) are devices used to protect your teeth from grinding or clenching while you sleep or from injuries while you play sports. There are also appliances that will help reduce snoring and relieve obstructive sleep apnea.