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Composite Resins -
If cavities or dark fillings in your teeth keep you from smiling, consider composite resin fillings. By maintaining your natural tooth color with composite resin fillings, you can smile with confidence.
Crowns - Crowns can restore tooth shape, structure, strength, and function. Many materials are used for crowns, so how can you know which is best?
One of the most important things we do for our patients is identify and fill cavities. To make the process more comfortable and comprehensive, we use DIAGNOdent by KaVo, a revolutionary dental laser that finds cavities in the earliest stages.
Digital Radiography -
Digital X-rays offer unparalleled benefits over traditional radiographs: they’re convenient, safe for the environment, provide a great opportunity for patient education, can be transferred and copied accurately, and best of all, they’re safer for our patients.
Gum Disease -
It hides in your mouth, destroying gum tissue and teeth, and it can lead to strokes, heart attacks, and pregnancy complications. Don’t think it’s your problem? Conservative estimates report that up to 80 percent of the population unknowingly has gum disease in some form.
Dental Implants -
If you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants will improve your smile and your lifestyle. Dental implants look, feel, and function like strong, natural teeth because of a titanium anchor attached to the jawbone.
Intraoral Cameras -
People seldom have a clear idea of the actual status of their dental health. Even with lights and mirrors, a patient can’t see what the dentist can – that is, until now.
Oral Sedation - Among the most common phobias, visiting the dentist causes many people severe anxiety and stress. Oral sedation alleviates anxiety, so you can face dental appointments with confidence.
Periodontal Therapies - Up to 80 percent of the population unknowingly has some form of gum disease. Characterized by a persistent bacterial infection surrounding one tooth or several teeth, gum disease causes little discomfort and produces few obvious symptoms in the early stages.
Veneers - Are you tired of your worn, damaged, or discolored smile? Do you wish your smile were straight and brilliant? Do you watch television and flip through magazines dreaming about a smile as beautiful as the smiles on models and stars? Wish no more! Your dream smile can become reality in as few as two dental visits with custom-made porcelain veneers.
TMJ disorder, or TMD, can cause mild to severe symptoms, from jaw clicking and minor discomfort to sharp pain in your temple, ear, neck, or shoulders. For patients who suffer from frequent migraines or facial pain, an evaluation will allow us to determine if TMJ is the cause of pain. Therapy, such as an oral appliance or deprogramming, can
realign the bite and relive pain.