General Dental Procedures
Preventing oral health issue from ever happening is, by far, the best way to approach your oral health. If you wait for something bad to happen to your mouth, and neglect taking care of your mouth, you run the risk of losing teeth and expensive dental bills.
The best way to keep your mouth happy and healthy into the future is with a good at-home oral hygiene routine. Brushing and flossing after every meal is the best way to keep cavities and another oral health issue from arising. We also recommend that all of our patients come in to see us at least twice a year for a professional cleaning and examination.
Restorative dentistry refers to any procedure or action we must take to restore a tooth or oral structure back to health. For example, if we find that you have a cavity forming in a tooth we will recommend the restorative procedure of having a filling placed. Restorative dentistry has come a long way in the past few decades; we are now able to remedy more oral health issues than ever before.
Digital radiography has replaced what was once known simply as “radiography.” Digital X-rays give us a way to view all of the inner workings of every structure in your mouth. Bringing radiography into the digital age has provided us with a fantastic way to save our patients time and money.
Specialized Dental Procedure
Being able to choose how your smile looks is a fantastic luxury that we can provide to our patients. Whether you are concerned with a tooth that is prominently featured in the smile, or if you would just like to whiten your teeth; we can help!
The health of your gums is just as important to your overall oral health as your teeth. If your gums become infected by the bacteria that live in your mouth, it can cause tooth loss and even bone loss in the jaw. We offer comprehensive periodontal health services that will help keep your mouth healthy.
Dental implants are the very best way to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are surgically inserted into your jaw bone and restore your ability to eat and speak as you did before tooth loss.
If you wake up with a sore jaw, or if you notice pain in your jaw, you might be experiencing TMJ issues. The TMJ is also known as the temporomandibular joint.