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Avoid tooth decay, bad breath, and dental infection with regular

dental exams and cleanings.

Crowns are full-coverage restorations that are used to cover a tooth that is likely to break or too damaged by a cavity or fracture to be corrected with a traditional filling.

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Dental implants replace missing teeth.

Our whitenings are both non-invasive and easy.

Root canal therapy can save a tooth that has become severely decayed or fractured.

Some teeth are extracted because they are severely decayed. Others may have severe periodontal disease or have broken down in a way that cannot be repaired.

Veneers are thin, tooth-shaped porcelain that fits around your tooth to change the color, shape, or length of your teeth

Removable tooth replacement option

Clear aligners (under our dentist’s supervision) are a proven way to undergo healthy tooth movement.

Say goodbye to the days of metal fillings and welcome esthetic tooth colored fillings.

If you’ve lost a tooth but aren’t able to get a dental implant, a bridge may be the treatment for you.

A dental emergency is any dental issue that is causing you pain, discomfort, or bleeding.

If you clench or grind at night, this may be the source of your pain.

Periodontal disease can lead to a need for a deep cleaning that removes both soft and hardened plaque from under the gumline.

A common worry for most patients is their risk for oral cancer.

We use our 3D scanner to take an impression of your mouth to make a guard for clenching, grinding, or playing sports.