Tooth-Colored Fillings (Composites)
Tooth–colored restorations, also known as composites, are silver-free, mercury-free and BPA-free fillings placed to restore your tooth’s natural appearance.
Composite restorations are perfect for fixing small to medium sized cavities, chips, and broken teeth. They are more durable, less invasive, and less temperature sensitive than standard silver fillings.
Did you know you can take years off of your smile in just a couple of hours? You can instantly have a brighter and more youthful looking smile by whitening your teeth with our clinical strength whitening products.
We offer both in-office and at-home tooth whitening options. Our in-office option takes about 2 hours and offers immediate results. Our at-home whitening system is often just as effective and can be done at your leisure. Dramatic results with our at-home whitening system are often seen in as little as 10 days.
Clear Aligner Therapy
How would you like to improve the look of your smile without anyone knowing you’re in the middle of orthodontic treatment? You can do just that with clear aligner therapy – a series of clear dental appliances that are formed to the shape of your bite and gradually move the position of your teeth until you achieve the desired outcome.
Clear aligners are super popular because they can move your teeth the same way traditional braces do, but it’s all done discreetly and fairly easily. Schedule your appointment with us to find out if clear aligner therapy is right for you.
Porcelain veneers are a shell or layer of tooth-colored porcelain or composite placed over the front surfaces of the teeth to correct worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment or spacing, discoloration, and chips or cracks.
Porcelain veneers create bright white, beautifully aligned, perfectly shaped teeth. They also protect the surface of damaged teeth, which eliminates the need for more extensive treatments such as a crown, bridge, or dental implant.
CEREC Same-Day Crowns
A crown is a permanent covering that fits over a damaged or decayed tooth. A crown will provide dramatic aesthetic results and can be completed at our office in just one appointment!
We are able to make custom fabrications with a quick turnaround because of our in-office CEREC machine.
Our crowns are all porcelain which results in more healthy, beautiful, and natural-looking teeth.
Dental bridges are used to fill the spaces in your smile if you are missing one or more teeth. A bridge is made of two crowns on the neighboring teeth that serve as anchors for the false tooth/teeth in between. Made of gold, alloys or porcelain, this dental procedure literally bridges the space where teeth were missing.
Dental Implant Restorations
A dental implant is an artificial device that is placed into the bone of your jaw to hold a replacement tooth. Dental implants are a permanent and ideal option for people in good general oral health who have lost one tooth or multiple teeth.
A dental implant is a common, less-invasive alternative to a bridge and can even be used to anchor, support, and stabilized dentures.
Root Canal Treatments
Root Canal Treatment disinfects the infected tooth when the root canal of a tooth becomes infected or damaged due to decay or trauma.
A root canal is an excellent alternative to an extraction, as it allows you to keep your tooth. Root canal treatment can weaken a tooth so a crown is almost always recommended after the root canal treatment is complete.
Cosmetic and Therapeutic Botox
Our practice is pleased to offer Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) treatment for cosmetic reasons, smoothing out wrinkles in your forehead, the corners of your eyes, your “eleven” lines between your eyes, and your lips.
Used therapeutically, Botox can also help relax the tension in the muscles of your face, which relieves several maladies such as headaches/migraines, teeth grinding, TMD, jaw clenching, neck pain, and more.
Our highly trained team will meet with you to discuss all of your concerns – be they cosmetic and/or therapeutic, and perform a comprehensive examination. Then our team will develop a personalized Botox treatment plan that fits your needs and your budget. We are always happy to answer any questions you might have.
Laser Cold Sore Therapy
Cold sores, which usually show up as unsightly, painful blemishes around the mouth, are caused by the herpes simplex virus. The virus often lies dormant in a nerve in the face, called the trigeminal nerve, until activated by stress, sunlight, a poorly functioning immune system, or a high fever. Cold sores usually appear on the lips, but in about 10% of cases they appear on the nose, chin, or cheeks. Cold sores, no matter where they first occur, have a tendency to recur in the same area.
Laser treatment for a cold sore is a fast, painless procedure. It can be performed by our dentists to any cold sore lesion on the lips. Laser treatment is most effective if the cold sore is treated at the first sign of outbreak.
Laser treatment also significantly reduces the chance of another cold sore recurring in the area that was treated.