Oral Prophylaxis: Routine check-ups, scaling and root planing are crucial to the health and maintenance of your teeth and oral cavity.
Digital X-rays: A useful diagnostic tool to enable our dental team to see cavities and other dental abnormalities that would not normally be seen with the naked eye.
Fillings: Replace parts of a tooth that has been damaged due to injury or decay.
Root Canal Therapy: Treats teeth that have become severely damaged, allowing the nerves and soft inner pulp of the tooth to become infected or potentially infected.
Extractions: Gently remove a tooth due to disease, trauma or crowding.
Flouride Applications: Topical application can help to reduce and inhibit cavity formation and development.
Direct Bonding: Recreates your smile in an additive manner with minimal tooth reduction.
Crowns: Caps that fit over worn or damaged teeth. Provides support to weakened or broken teeth and restores a discolored tooth to its former hue.
Bridge: Spans the gap where a missing tooth once was, filling the space with a synthetic tooth. Aids in restoring a healthy bite to faciliate chewing and maintain the contours of the face.
Veneers: Extremely thin pieces of porcelain or resin composite that are bonded to your natural tooth to create a more aesthetically pleasing smile.
Teeth whitening: In office procedure that makes your smile whiter and brighter in less than 1 hour using 35% hydrogen peroxide.
Orthodontic treatment corrects misaligned teeth and overall bite, and can ultimately give you that perfect smile you so desire.
Braces: Metal brackets and archwires are held in place with elastic ligatures that are replaced during monthly adjustment, which aim to move teeth into its rightful position.
Invisalign™ Braces: A 'clear' alternative to traditional braces. It uses a clear, removal tray to help position teeth to its rightful position. Trays are changed every 2 weeks to ensure healthy movement. Perfect for minor cases.
Orthodontic appliances: Retainers and expanders help to achieve and maintain proper teeth alignment.
Prosthodontic treatment is a means to replace missing teeth to restore functionality to one's bite and to reduce possible risks of TMJ (Temporomandicular Joint) disorder.
Dentures: A type of prosthesis used to accommodate missing teeth. These devices are typically removable, but some are bonded or implanted. When all teeth are absent, complete dentures are used. When only some teeth are missing, partial dentures are used. Dentures may be for the maxillary arch, mandibular arch or both.
Crown/Bridge: A cap meant to strengthen weakend teeth and replace missing ones adjacent to it. It restores one's bite in order to faciliate chewing and speaking.