Crowns are durable shields placed over a damaged tooth to protect it. Made to look like a normal tooth, you can fill in your smile and protect your teeth as much as possible.
Dental bridges bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth and are made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap.
Dentures are an effective option for patients with missing teeth who want to enjoy the appearance and functionality of a full smile. If you’re missing all of the teeth on your upper or lower jaw, full dentures may be right for you.
Pediatric Dentistry helps maintain healthy teeth from the start. Services include teeth cleaning, oral exams, bite assessments, and diagnosis of oral health issues.
Maintaining good oral health at home is important, but getting your teeth cleaned regularly by your dentist helps detect cavities and early signs of gum disease or oral cancer.
Composite restorations, commonly known as “fillings,” help restore and strengthen a damaged tooth. This is often used for teeth that have succumbed to decay or trauma or have worn down over time.
Tense jaw muscles can cause grinding and clenching of teeth, leading to pain, bite problems, and other complications. Dentists use BOTOX® therapeutically to relax those muscles. This relieves discomfort and prevents the damage that stems from bruxism.
Clear aligners are a convenient alternative to braces. They are nearly invisible and do not require you to change your eating habits.
A versatile procedure that can target many dental imperfections, including chips, cracks, discoloration or staining, minor gaps, and inconsistent tooth sizes or shapes.
A convenient and fast process of removing stains or discoloration from natural tooth enamel, leaving you with a brighter smile.
Thin, porcelain wafers are placed over the surfaces of teeth to address a number of cosmetic issues.
Complete Health Dentistry
Protect your teeth or your child’s teeth from decay and plaque with a clear dental sealant.
Mouthguards may also be necessary for patients who suffer from clenching or grinding their teeth at night. Custom guards are beneficial for all ages, including children and teens who play high school sports.
Early detection can make all the difference, which is why we offer cancer screenings for patients who may be at risk of developing oral cancer.
Periodontal disease is a result of infections and inflammation of the gums and bones that surround and support the teeth.
A potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts.
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) can cause pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles that control jaw movement. This pain can become quite debilitating for some patients, causing chronic facial pain.
All-on-4® dental implants use four anchors in the jawbone to provide a secure base for a full upper or lower set of replacement teeth. With All-on-4® treatment, patients experience fewer invasive procedures and quicker recovery.
Dental implant surgery replaces tooth roots with metal, screwlike posts and replaces damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real ones.
The removal of a tooth that is visible in your mouth due to excessive tooth decay, tooth infection, and crowding.
A dental infection (tooth abscess) originates at the tooth or its supporting structures and can spread to the surrounding tissue. A tooth abscess is the result of bacterial infections causing a pocket of pus to form in different regions of the tooth or gums.
Inside the core enamel layer in your teeth, the pulp can sometimes become infected, inflamed, and cause severe pain. A root canal procedure is necessary to clean out the decay when this happens.
Sedation dentistry uses medication to help patients relax during dental procedures and can be used for everything from invasive procedures to simple teeth cleaning. It's sometimes referred to as "sleep dentistry.”
Emergency Dental Treatment
Virtual Visits are intended to support dental emergencies, provide answers to your questions, and improve your experience while away from our office. Following virtual screenings, we invite dental emergency patients into the office to provide care and pain relief as soon as possible. Please call our office for assistance. If you have a severe or life-threatening injury, call 9-1-1 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency department.
Dental Technology & Partnerships
Our practice is differentiated by our pursuit of education and technology. In our hands, these innovations offer patients a superior standard of care.
CEREC is a technology allowing dentists to provide patients with high-quality restorations, modern treatments, and comfortable treatments. And the best of all is a successful final restoration in just one visit.
Spear Education provides dental continuing education for striving dentists that are dedicated to the pursuit of clinical excellence in dentistry.
An American dental equipment maker and dental consumables producer that markets its products in over 120 countries.