Preventive dentistry is an important part of overall health and wellness. We provide services that help individuals avoid costly and painful dental procedures, as well as improving their overall health. Regular visits to our office for checkups and cleanings can significantly reduce the risk of developing expensive and costly dental problems.
Dental Implants offer permanent solutions to missing teeth, enabling you to enjoy your favorite foods and activities with greater freedom of movement and control. Not only do they look like your own teeth, but our implants also feel just like natural teeth - providing a reliable, long term solution for those missing one or more of their teeth.
Same Day Crowns
Same-day crowns are a quick and convenient dental solution for restoring damaged teeth. Using advanced technology, a custom-made crown is created and fitted in just one appointment, eliminating the need for multiple visits. This procedure is minimally invasive and produces natural-looking results, giving you a seamless and comfortable experience.
Dentistry for Adults
Keeping your teeth as clean as possible is the key to good dental health. However, normal brushing won’t always remove all the plaque, since it likes to cling in hard-to-reach back areas. When plaque hardens into tartar, regular brushing and flossing will no longer be effective.
With digital X-rays, there is no waiting time for the image to develop. It is cutting-edge technology that reduces radiation emissions by 75% when compared to old non-digital X-rays. With panoramic imaging, a digital sensor is inserted in your mouth and in a single display, both upper and lower dental plates and your jaws are captured on screen and ready for viewing.
With conscious sedation dentistry, all of our patients can be at ease during their treatments – free from fear and anxiety. The pills you’ll take orally 90 minutes before your appointment make all the difference. As you sit in our dental chair, you’ll become more relaxed until you achieve a level of sedation that creates a complete sense of peace.
In the past, having a tooth repaired with a crown only occurred in stages. First, there was the initial appointment for the temporary and casting impressions. Then there was a delay while an out of town lab made the permanent crown. Then a second, follow-up appointment took place for your dentist to place the crown.