Our Services


Oral health care, regular check-ups, cleaning and more

Our goal is to work together with you to achieve excellent dental health and a smile you can share with confidence. Whether your needs are simply a professional cleaning, or a full mouth reconstruction, or any thing in between, we promise to provide you with exceptional care as we improve your health and enhance the natural beauty of your smile. Below is a list of many of the procedures we provide regularly to our patients—with a gentle touch, and stunning results.

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us today. We look forward to providing you with the personal care you deserve.

A composite restoration, bonding is a tooth-colored resin filling. The material is chemically and mechanically bonded to the tooth. This type of restoration allows your dentist the ability to conserve as much natural tooth structure as possible.

When a tooth is lost, a bridge is one way to replace the missing tooth. The teeth on either side of the space are prepared for crowns. A restoration is fabricated which spans the space connecting the adjacent teeth, hence the name bridge.

Cosmetic dentistry is a term used to describe the type of dentistry which strives to not only better the appearance of a patient’s teeth, but also look as natural as can be.

Dentures are prosthetic devices fabricated to replace a full arch of missing teeth which are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are designed to be removable; however, there are many different types denture designs, some rely on clipping onto dental implants.

They are thin veneers of porcelain that are bonded to your teeth. Once properly bonded into place by your dentist they become strong restorations that are resistant to staining and chipping. Veneers revitalize worn, chipped and stained teeth. They can also change the shape and alignment of your teeth so that you can achieve that perfect smile.

A removable partial denture is for a dental patient who is missing some teeth and desires to have replacement teeth for functional or esthetic reasons, and who cannot have a bridge (a fixed partial denture) for any number of reasons, such as a lack of required teeth to serve as support and strength for a bridge or due to financial limitations.

Regular dental checkups, dental cleanings and good dental hygiene are the foundation for a lifetime of oral health. We provide a complete range of preventive services to keep your mouth, teeth and gums looking and feeling their best.

• Cleaning and Hygiene • Non-Surgical Gum Therapy • Dental sealants
• Oral Cancer Screenings • Regular Checkups • Patient Education

Sometimes, a tooth is treatment planned to be restored with a filling, but the decay or extent of tooth loss is so extensive that a direct restoration, such as amalgam or composite, would compromise the structural integrity of the tooth by possibly undermining the remaining tooth structure or providing inferior strength to occlusal
(biting) forces. In these situations, this type of restoration may be indicated.

Dental implants are titanium fixtures placed in the edentulous (toothless) space. The bone to fuse with the titanium through a process called osseointegration. This usually requires a few months. Following osseointegration, the implant can then be restored with a crown or bridge. This is the absolute best way to replace missing teeth, in long term studies the teeth adjacent to the space.

When a tooth is damaged by decay, a filling may be required to repair the tooth. This filling is composed of a material called composite resin. Composite resin comes in many shades so we can accurately match your tooth color. The diseased tooth structure is first removed; composite resin is the bonded to the tooth. This type of filling material allows your dentist to conserve as much natural tooth structure as possible while only removing the diseased tooth structure. Amalgam (silver) fillings are also available if desired.

TMD is a group of conditions with affect the muscles and joint of the masticatory complex. Some patients may experience pain with chewing, noise with opening and closing their jaw, headaches/migraines, and even tooth chipping. There are many ways to treat such conditions based on the etiology of the symptoms and well as the diagnosis. Nonsurgical intervention with use of muscle stretching, habit awareness, and a therapeutic occlusal splint for the protection against clenching and grinding are common ways to treat the condition.

Extractions are performed for a variety of different reasons. Tooth decay that has damaged enough tooth structure to prevent anything from saving the tooth is the most frequent indication for extraction of teeth. Extractions of impacted or problematic wisdom teeth are routinely performed. Usually, when you lose a tooth, it is best for your oral health to have it replaced. Missing teeth can affect your “bite,” as well as your ability to speak and chew. The loss can increase the burden on your remaining teeth causing premature wear on teeth, headaches, and muscle pain in your jaw.

Crowns, sometimes referred to as
“caps”, are a type of restoration which completely covers a tooth. It can be made of either a combination of metal and ceramic or they can be comprised completely of ceramic material. Each type of restoration has a specific indication for its use.

Teeth Whitening

Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gels are delivered via customized bleaching tray. Your dentist will create this tray from an impression of your mouth; this customization is part of why Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gels are so effective. You can further customize your Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gel experience by choosing from the five formulations and three flavors (mint, melon and regular).

Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gels allow you to whiten your teeth at your convenience in a safe, effective, and customized way.

Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gels are only available from your dentist, who will supervise your treatment from initial consultation through completion. The sticky, viscous gel won’t migrate to gums, and most formulations include Potassium Fluoride (PF), which helps to improve oral health by strengthening enamel, decreasing sensitivity, and offering increased cavity prevention.


Powerful, prescription-strength Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gels are available with 10%, 10%PF, 15%PF, 20%PF, and 35%PF carbamide peroxide. Opalescence Take Home Whitening Gels can provide results after just one night, though expect to see results in about a week.