treatments

Preventative Cleaning:
Good daily oral hygiene is the best way to reduce the need for more extensive dental treatment. Everyone should brush and floss after meals, at least twice a day. Cleaning your teeth before bedtime is especially important. It is also critically important to follow your dentist's recommendations when it comes to having your teeth cleaned. Certain medical conditions can increase the health benefit gained through these routine cleanings, and can have an impact that goes far beyond your teeth and gums!Read more

Tooth Whitening:
While some people have naturally whiter teeth, tooth discoloration can be caused by such things as tobacco use, dark foods and beverages, age, certain medications, and tooth trauma. Over time, most people's teeth become darker and more yellow.Read more

Sealants:
Tooth decay often occurs on the chewing surfaces of back teeth. The good news is that sealants can offer major protection against tooth decay and improve your chances to stay filling-free. Read more

Scaling and Root Planing:
Scaling and root planing are treatments for peridontal disease; infections of the gum and bone that hold teeth in place. Untreated peridontal disease can lead to tooth loss, and symptoms may not be obvious until your gums or bone are seriously damaged. The good news is that peridontal diseases often can be treated in the early stages with scaling and root planing.Read more

Fillings and Filling Types:
When teeth are affected by cavities caused by decay (caries) , the decayed areas of the tooth can be removed and replaced by fillings, provided the decay has not progressed too far. The fillings come in two basic materials; 'silver' or tooth-colored composites.Read more

Filling Replacement:
A dental filling may last many years before it needs replacing. However, fillings are subject to constant stress from chewing. Clenching or grinding teeth also puts tremendous force on fillings and tooth enamel. All of these can cause a filling to gradually wear away, chip, crack or fall out. Read more

Root Canal Treatment:
Root canal treatment usually involves the removal of the tooth's pulp, a small thread-like tissue that was important during tooth development. Once removed, the pulp is replaced with materials that seal off the root canal from its surrounding tissues. Read more

Bridge (Fixed Prosthetics):
A bridge is a restoration that replaces or spans the space where one or more teeth have been lost.  This restoration is permanently cemented.Read more

Removable Partial Dentures:
If you are missing teeth, removable partial dentures may be for you. Partial dentures help you chew your food properly, and support your lips and cheeks to help improve your speech and prevent your face from sagging.Read more

Crowns:
A crown is a restoration that covers, or caps, a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size. Its purpose is to strengthen or improve the appearance of a tooth. A crown is placed for a number of reasons.Read more

Dental Implants:
As an alternative to crowns and conventional bridges, dental implants offer a stable and secure base for individual replacement teeth, bridges or a denture. Dental implants are surgically placed below the gums, and fuse to the bone, providing a very stable foundation.Read more

Teeth Grinding Therapy:
Teeth grinding (bruxism) affects many people, and can cause considerable damage to teeth. The causes are unclear, although stress is often a possible cause. We will perform an evaluation of the possible causes and best treatment should you show symptoms of teeth grinding. Read more