Dental Fillings: Amalgam fillings are used to prevent further decay of infected tooth.
Composite Fillings: Tooth-colored resin is used instead of amalgam to fill cavities.
Teeth Whitening: Professional-grade whitening is used to erase stains and lighten the overall color of your teeth.
Dental Sealants: Plastic sealants cover the biting surface of premolars and molars as extra protection against tooth decay.
Periodontics: Dental area that focuses on inflammatory gum disease (gingivitis).
Root Canal: Affected pulp tissue is cleaned out and sealed to prevent abscesses.
Tooth Extraction: Teeth that can’t be saved must be removed to protect the rest of your mouth. Talk to us about your options for implants and crowns!
TMJ: Temporomandibular disorder is when the hinge joints in your jaw lock or grind, causing pain. The good news is that the treatment is non-surgical.
Sedation Dentistry: Medications are used for patients who need some help remaining calm in the dentist’s chair. Please note this not anesthesia; you will be awake but very relaxed.
Orthodontist: Dentist who specializes in the straightening of teeth, bite correction, and occlusions.
Dental Scaling: Plaque and tartar are removed from teeth with specialized tools.
Sleep Apnea Dental Appliance: Device worn at night (like a retainer) that allows for better airflow, helping with snoring and apnea.
Smile Makeover: Cosmetic procedure that involves multiple techniques (such as implants or porcelain veneers) to help create your best smile.