Restorative treatments

Strengthen and restore your teeth.  These treatments restore teeth that have cavities, chips, cracks, or infection.  They also aid in replacing missing teeth.   We know how important your smile is to you so we always aim to provide beautiful, high quality restorations.


Dental Implants

Replace missing teeth with dental implants.  Implants offer a cosmetic way to replace a missing tooth without harm to adjacent teeth.  A titanium post is placed into the bone to simulate the root of a tooth.  This post will be the anchor for the crown that is placed after the implant is properly integrated into the bone.  This offers a permanent, non-removable option for tooth replacement.


Bridges

Another alternative to replacing missing teeth by using adjacent teeth to the open space to support a replacement tooth.  Like dental implants this is a non-removable treatment option.


Partials - 
Dentures

This is the third alternative to replacing missing teeth.  This process utilizes removable appliances to improve your smiles form and function.  Partials and dentures can also be combined with implants for dramatically improved retention, aesthetics, and chewing capabilities.


Tooth Colored Fillings

Cosmetic, tooth-colored fillings that restore your teeth. Composite fillings can be more conservative than silver fillings due to being able to be retained by being bonded to the tooth.  These fillings can be used to restore cavities or cosmetically close spaces between teeth.


Root Canals

Root canals remove infection from your tooth and fill it within its roots to keep it protected.  If you require a root canal on one of your molars (chewing teeth), a crown is also required to keep the tooth from breaking down and being lost in the future. 


Periodontal Therapy

Keep your smile looking it’s best by removing bacteria that cause bone loss and gum recession.  Bone loss can lead to longer appearing teeth, sensitivity from exposed roots, black triangles in smile between teeth, loose teeth and eventually tooth loss.  Help protect your smile by seeing your dentist regularly.