A bridge (or partial denture) is a custom-made replacement for one or more missing teeth that literally “bridges the gap.”
A dental crown restores a tooth’s shape, size, and strength. It fully encases the visible portion of your tooth or dental implant.
If you have lost some or all of your natural teeth, dentures can be used to replace your missing teeth – improving your health as well as your appearance.
A composite filling is a tooth colored material that replaces the surface of a tooth that has been damaged by decay, fracture, or wear.
Today, cosmetic dentistry is more popular than ever, from whitening and shaping, to closing spaces and replacing teeth.
Extractions can range from a single tooth, to removing all four wisdom teeth at once.
Periodontal disease in its mildest form is called gingivitis. Untreated, gingivitis may lead to further complications and tooth extraction.
Routine dental checkups are vital to good oral hygiene and are the best way to detect problems at their earliest stages; saving unnecessary discomfort, time, and money.
Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants provide a strong foundation for permanent or removable replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth.
Invisalign are the clear alternative to metal braces for adults, kids and teens. These clear aligners are the virtually invisible way to improve your smile.
Oral and maxillofacial surgery corrects diseases, injuries, and defects in the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region.
Pediatric dentistry is dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years.
Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection of the gums and tissues that support your teeth.
Root canal treatment removes the diseased pulp along with the tooth’s nerve (located within a tooth’s root canal).
Tooth whitening enhances the brightness of natural teeth; but it’s not for everyone. Discuss it with your Dentist before you take action.
A veneer improves the appearance of the visible front surface of a tooth by covering it with a wafer-thin, custom-made shell of tooth-colored porcelain.
Third molars, also called wisdom teeth, are the last set of permanent teeth to erupt in a person’s mouth and are the ones least needed for good dental health.