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Routine Exams


Digital x-rays are used to examine the teeth, gums and jaw and detect tooth decay, impacted teeth, and bite problems.

Dental Hygiene


Our licensed dental hygienists remove tartar and plaque from your teeth, especially from places where your brush can't reach, such as underneath the gum line and between teeth. They teach you the proper way to brush and floss to ensure long-lasting oral health.

Dental Fillings


Fillings replace damaged or decayed tooth structure with a restorative material.  Today's technology allows us to match filling and tooth colors to make them nearly imperceptible without compromising strength and durability.

Crowns & Veneers

Crowns and veneers are custom-made coverings that fit over an original tooth that is either decayed, damaged or cracked. They are made of a variety of different materials such as porcelain, gold, acrylic resin or a mix of these materials.

Dental Implants


Dental implants are one of the most popular choices for replacing missing teeth. With dental implants, your tooth replacement looks, feels, and functions almost exactly like an actual tooth. Made of a bio-compatible metal, implants are placed into the jaw and integrate with the surrounding bone and tissue and provide a platform which will support a new crown.

Teeth Whitening
It's an unavoidable fact: your teeth will darken over time. Food, drinks, tobacco, improper oral hygiene, even injuries and illness can all cause your smile to tarnish. But a white, bright smile makes a great impression, which is why we offer effective tooth whitening services.


Tooth Extractions


An extraction is the complete removal of a tooth.  Depending on the complexity of the case, an extraction can be performed surgically or non-surgically. A mild anesthesia is used to ensure the patient is as comfortable as possible throughout the procedure.

Root Canals


A root canal is a procedure that removes decayed tissue from inside a tooth and replacing it with strengthened filler. There are a number of reasons a root canal may be necessary, including dental injuries, severe decay and infection or inflammation in the tooth pulp.

Early Dental Care
It is important to help your child establish a positive experience with your dental team.  We recommend children be seen between 12-24 months. 
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