Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry

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Whitening – For Life!

We take pride in the smiles of our patients and we strive to create a life-long dental home for you and your family. For this reason, we introduced our Whitening for Life program to help you keep your smile looking its best year after year.
Patients who maintain regularly scheduled hygiene visits and purchase a custom-designed whitening tray are eligible for free refills of whitening products. Ultimately, we believe the best way to brighten your smile is with a custom tray that you can refill whenever you need a whitening touch-up. Therefore, if you are interested in a Custom Whitening System with free whitening refills for life, please call our office to schedule a consultation today.

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Crowns

A dental crown recreates the visible portion of teeth above the gum line. In addition, our dentists may use crowns when teeth have experienced advanced wear, irregular shape, discoloration, chips, or major cracks. Crowns are used for both anterior (front) and posterior (back) teeth, while veneers are used primarily for anterior teeth. Your dentist will advise which option will provide the longest life, as well as the look and feel you desire. If you are interested in learning more about how dental crowns may help restore your smile, please call our office to schedule a free consultation today.

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Fillings

Dental fillings restore teeth that are damaged by decay. The decay is removed from the damaged teeth, and then a composite resin or amalgam filling material is used to replace the affected areas and rebuild the size, shape, and function of the teeth. Additionally, our office offers both composite resin (tooth colored) and amalgam (silver) options to our patients.

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Veneers

Veneers are custom-made porcelain or composite resin skin that can change the shape, size, and color of a tooth. Our dentists may suggest treatment with veneers when anterior (front) teeth are chipped, worn, irregularly shaped, or permanently discolored. Our doctors may also recommend veneers in order to close a small gap between two teeth in your smile. If you want to learn more about veneers or how they can change your smile, call our office and schedule a free consultation today.

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Bridges

Dental bridges can span the gap between one or more missing teeth. This possible treatment option utilizes dental crowns on either side of the gap to attach one or more false teeth. Therefore, bridges provide an alternative to dental implants for replacing missing teeth. Please call our office and schedule a consultation today if you would like to learn more about how a dental bridge or implant can improve your smile.

Root canal process

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy treats teeth that have an internal infection or abscess. Moreover, this treatment removes the infected pulp while also disinfecting, filling, and sealing the tooth from future infection. The doctor uses x-ray imaging prior to treatment to verify the location of the infection, as well as after treatment to ensure that the affected teeth are sealed from infection.
Dental crowns are required following treatment on posterior teeth (back teeth), in order to restore the function and stability of the previously infected tooth.

Implants

Overall, we have successfully placed countless implants for patients aging from 16 to 98. So, whether a patient is missing a single tooth, or many, our experienced doctors can create a treatment plan and utilize implants to imitate the look and feel of their natural teeth.