Composite Fillings (White)
When a tooth requires a filling to repair a cavity, composite is used for the restoration. Composite Fillings are not only highly durable, but the shade of the material closely blends with your natural tooth color, making it the material of choice while restoring teeth.
Enhance your oral health and smile brighter.
Cleaning, Exams, & Radiographs
Keep your teeth healthy all year round with regular check-ups.
Oral Cancer Screening
An early diagnosis of oral cancer increases the chances of successful treatment.
Laser-Assisted Periodontal Care
An Occlusal Splint, also referred to as a night guard, is a custom-fabricated hard acrylic device.
This fits over the occlusal and incisal surfaces of the maxillary or mandibular teeth, with the intent to prevent patients from grinding and clenching their teeth while sleeping
This causes decay. Dental Sealants, which are typically applied to children and teens, can eliminate expensive and invasive treatments such as fillings or crowns in the future. Applying sealants is a very simple procedure in which the dentist’s coats the biting surfaces of the molars and premolars in a special solution to protect teeth and prevent decay.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a sleeping disorder in which breathing repeatedly starts and stops during sleep.
Common symptoms of sleep apnea are: snoring, daytime sleepiness, headaches, anxiety, gastric reflux, and high blood pressure. Sleep screenings, along with recommendations and referrals can get the patient on the right track to a better night’s sleep and improved overall health.
Veneers are porcelain restorations that cover the front surface of a tooth. While veneers can enhance teeth’s function, they are primarily used to improve the appearance of a patient’s smile.
Eat comfortably and smile beautifully with lightweight porcelain crowns.