Our Services Include:
- General Dentistry
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Restorative Care
- Oral Surgery (Wisdom Teeth)
- Pediatric Dentistry
- Special Needs Dentistry
- Anxiety Control Dentistry
No matter how thoroughly or often you brush, floss, or rinse with mouthwash, you can never fully get rid of food particles and bacteria that build up on the surface of your teeth. This build up is commonly referred to as plaque and can cause a multitude of dental problems, ranging from cavities to the more serious, gum disease.
It’s recommended that you go to the dentist twice a year to remove this accumulation of plaque build up, which is inevitable. A bi-annual trip to the dentist can help to prevent these and a whole slew of more serious dental problems further down the road. It’s similar to as if you never changed the oil in your car. After a while, it will inevitably end up costing even more to fix than the minimal cost of a few simple oil changes throughout the year. We will work closely with you to help you get, and stay on the right track with your oral health long term.
Even if it’s been several years since you’ve visited the dentist, don’t worry, it is never too late to get started! Learn what to expect when you haven’t been to the dentist in a while in our blog article here.
Our General Dentistry Services Include:
- Comprehensive Exams
- Professional Cleanings
- Fluoride Treatments
- Digital X-Rays
Restorative dentistry encompasses a wide variety of clinical treatments to restore broken down diseased teeth back to their proper form, function, aesthetic qualities, replace missing teeth and restore proper occlusion or bite.
Restorative dentistry covers a broad range from restoring a single tooth to full mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation involving most or all of the patients’ teeth, opening the patients’ bite and re-establishing the patients entire chewing motion to proper function.
Our Restorative Care Services Include:
- Root canals
- Implants or Tooth Colored Fillings
- Dental Crowns
Anxiety Control Dentistry
Fear of pain is the main reason people avoid seeing the dentist.
The good news is that this fear doesn’t need to prevent you from seeing the dentist any longer.
There are now a wide variety of medications and techniques including oral conscious sedation, that when used alone or in a combination, can reduce or eliminate pain and control your anxiety during most dental procedures. Check out our blog article here for a few tips to help those with dental anxiety.
Contact us today to see what we can do for your dental needs.