Our services range from routine care to full-mouth restorations to cosmetic smile makeovers, and more. We create
your treatment plans based on what’s best for your needs, lifestyle, and budget. Our goal is to help you achieve
and maintain a lifetime of great health.
Even if you don’t have any pressing dental concerns, it’s still important to visit the dentist for your biannual checkups. This gives us a chance to catch any issues while they’re still small and provide you with thorough, professional teeth cleaning to remove any built-up plaque before it causes cavities or gum disease.
If your teeth need some extra TLC, we’re here to help. We have a range of restorative treatments to restore your smile’s health, beauty, and functionality. Whether you have missing, damaged, painful, or decayed teeth, our skilled team can work with you to regain your oral health.
Our smiles are often linked with first impressions, and we want you to be able to make great ones. We offer cosmetic dentistry to take your smile to the next level and boost your self-confidence. From the color to the shape to the size of your teeth, we can help you transform your smile in nearly any way you can imagine.
We place and restore dental implants. With our advanced 3D imaging capability and surgical setup, we perform customized guided dental implant surgeries that allow for highly accurate and predictable dental implant placement.
Orthodontic treatment manages the growth and correction of dental and facial structures. Orthodontics is commonly used in the treatment of bite problems, including abnormal tooth wear, TMJ problems, and smile esthetics. Treatment is aimed at changing the position of the teeth.
We see families and kids of all ages. We offer a full range of pediatric services and believe that the sooner your child develops a trusting relationship with their forever dentist, the better! We also offer office tours or a get to know you visit for any children that may be anxious or nervous about their first dental visit.
A jaw joint problem arises when the temporomandibular joint, or “TMJ” connecting your lower jaw to the base of your skull becomes painful and is unable to function normally. People with jaw joint problems may not be able to open or close their mouths fully or chew hard, sticky foods. They may also experience painful clicking or popping when they attempt to open and close their mouth.
Oral Sedation Dentistry is one of the available methods of sedation and utilizes pills or liquid medications. The desired result is a pleasant and relaxed experience with little memory of the dental procedures.
Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from the surrounding bone and gum. Extracting, or “pulling,” a tooth in adults is done for a variety of reasons. Often, extractions are necessary because a tooth is so severely damaged from decay or trauma that it cannot be saved. Sometimes the nerve in a tooth dies and the tooth, as well as the gum and bone around it, become severely infected. Other times people’s mouths are not large enough to fit all their teeth, as is often the case with wisdom teeth.