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Professional dental examinations are an important of maintaining a healthy smile and should take place at least once a year for optimal care.

Routine dental cleanings twice a year are an integral part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums that give you a beautiful smile for a lifetime.

Professional fluoride treatments may be given to patients at the dentist’s office to help strengthen the dental enamel and prevent tooth decay.

Tooth-colored fillings, made of resin or sometimes porcelain, keep your teeth looking natural and allow the teeth to continue effective function.

Sealants help to prevent cavities in teeth by acting as a barrier for premolars and molars against plaque, tarter, and bacterial infections.

Dental care is available for patients of all ages, including pediatric services and care for older patients as well as adults.

A custom-fitted mouth guard can be used during the day for sports protection or TMJ pain relief and at night for sleep disorders or teeth grinding.

Night guards can be custom made at a dental office for patients who grind their teeth or clench their jaw for relief from pain and dental problems.

Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is a colorless, odorless gas administered to patients during procedures to eliminate discomfort.

Oral-conscious sedation is given to patients as a pill before a dental procedure to help them remain comfortable.

Porcelain veneers are custom-made and placed on the front of teeth to camouflage a wide variety of imperfections for a better-looking smile.

Teeth whitening includes a number of options to help patients achieve a whiter, brighter smile with professional take home trays and kits available.

Zoom! laser teeth whitening is an in-office treatment to remove stains on the enamel for a brighter, whiter smile.

Laser teeth whitening is an advanced in-office procedure performed by a dentist to safely, quickly, and effectively improve the color of the teeth.

A smile makeover is a combination of cosmetic dentistry procedures based on the customer’s needs and concerns to achieve a more attractive smile.

Dental bonding and contouring makes small, cosmetic improvements to the teeth, like filling in tooth chips and perfecting the shape of the teeth.

Lumineers are light, high-quality porcelain veneers that are custom made to cover the teeth and obscure cosmetic flaws.

For quick home tooth whitening, Opalescene offers many kits with custom trays and concentrated whitening gel.

Dentures are used to replace all of a patient’s teeth (complete dentures) or several teeth (partial dentures) to restore the smile.

A dental bridge a false tooth placed in a gap in the teeth that is surrounded by 2 or more crowns that cover the teeth near the gap for support.

A dental crown, or cap, covers the visible portion of the tooth to hold together a broken, cracked, or decayed tooth and improve the appearance.

For dental emergencies, including pain or a broken tooth, our office can assist you in getting quick care and relief.

Cosmetic braces combine the fast, effective teeth straightening of traditional metal orthodontics, but with clear braces that are almost invisible.

Invisalign is a series of customized, removable aligners that correct the position of the teeth comfortably and invisibly for a straighter smile.

Clear teeth aligners use a series of customized, removable aligners that gently correct the position of the teeth.

Cfast, a minimally-invasive cosmetic treatment, fixes teeth alignment issues with clear brackets and tooth-colored wires to achieve straighter teeth.

Periodontal disease is a common gum inflammation that affects 3 out of 4 adults, but it can be prevented or treated with regular periodontal exams.

Laser gum sculpting is an effective, low-pain treatment to remove excess soft tissue covering the teeth to improve what is known as a “gummy smile.”

Scaling and root planing is a nonsurgical periodontal treatment that removes built up plaque and tartar from the gum pockets and smoothes the enamel.

A dental implant involves placing a replacement tooth root in the jawbone, which provides the foundation for temporary or permanent tooth options.

Tooth extraction involves pulling out a tooth that has been damaged beyond repair or is causing pain, an infection, and oral health concerns.

A root canal treatment removes the pulp from inside an infected tooth when the decay has damaged the tooth beyond repair or the tooth is already dead.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.