• Sealants

    Dental Sealants are accepted as an effective preventive method for cavities. As long as the sealant remains adhered to the tooth, cavities can be prevented. It is for this reason that sealant success is now measured by the length of time a sealant remains on the tooth, rather than the decay experienced in sealed and unsealed teeth.

  • Crowns

    A crown is a restoration that covers or caps, a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size. Its purpose is to strengthen or improve the appearance of a tooth. They are also needed when a tooth has been broken or severely damaged by decay, and hold together parts of a cracked tooth.

    Crowns can:

    • Restore teeth when there is not enough tooth remaining to provide support for large fillings
    • Attach Bridges
    • Protect weak teeth from fracturing
    • Restore fractured teeth
    • Cover badly shaped or discolored teeth
    • Cover dental implants
  • Bonding

    Dental bonding is the application of tooth-colored composite resin to repair a tooth. The material is applied to the tooth and is hardened and bonded to the tooth using a special light or laser.

    Bonding can be used to:

    • Fill cavities
    • Repair damaged teeth
    • Lengthen the appearance of teeth
    • Alter the shape or the color of teeth
    • Protect a tooth root that’s exposed due to receding gums
    • Close gaps between teeth

    The Advantages of Bonding:

    • Faster than other solutions
    • Can be done in a single office visit
    • Less expensive
    • Resin can be closely matched to your natural tooth color
    • Can be used to address a wide number of issues
    • Can be easily molded to fit your particular dental needs

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Sealant Before & After

Crown Before & After

Bonding Before & After

  • Scaling & Root Planing

    When a patient has a more severe case of Periodontal Disease their treatment will involve a special cleaning called scaling and root planing. The dentist carefully removes plaque and tartar down tot eh bottom of each periodontal pocket. The tooth’s root surfaces are also cleaned and smoothed. This helps the gum tissue to heal and reattach to the tooth. This treatment may take more than one visit.

  • Periodontal Surgery

    If the pockets do not heal enough after a scaling and root planing treatment, periodontal surgery may be needed. Surgery allows the dentist to remove plaque and tartar from hard-to-reach areas. Then the gums are stitched into place to hug the teeth tightly surgery can reduce the pocket depth and make it easier to keep teeth clean. If bone has been damaged by periodontal disease, surgery may be needed to rebuild or reshape the bone

  • Traditional & Laser Gum Surgery

    Gum surgery is needed when one’s gums have a severe bacterial infection. In severe cases, the gum tissue has receded so much that it no longer covers the entire tooth root.

    Traditional Gum Surgery:

    When one goes through a traditional gum surgery, they receive local anesthesia, and then the periodontist will use a scalpel to cut the gingival tissues and flip it back to fully expose the tooth root. After removing the calculus, perfectly cleaning around the root, bone shaping and disinfecting, the gum flap is stitched back.

    Laser Gum Surgery:

    The periodontist addresses the laser light within the pockets to kill bad bacteria. Then, once tartar calculus and plaque is removed the laser is used to stimulate the stem cells and warm up the pockets tissue. A yellowish seal forms and avoids bacteria and dental plaque from getting into the pockets again causing a new infection to restart.

    Benefits of Laser Gum Surgery:

    • Immediately blocks gingival bleeding
    • Promotes gum tissue regeneration
    • Quick and easy recovery and healing time
    • Does NOT require local anesthesia
    • No need for stitches
    • 90% success rate


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Scaling & Root Planing Before & After

Periodontal Surgery Before & After

Laser Gum Surgery Before & After

  • Modern Dental Implants

    A lot of people get dental implants to replace teeth instead of wearing removal dentures. When a patient gets these permanent implants they are fitted into the patient. The dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Small titanium screws replace and function like natural tooth roots, then the dental implants are gently placed during a surgical procedure. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them.

    The Advantages of Dental Implants:

    • A healthy natural-looking smile
    • Restored appearance
    • Renewed eating and speaking
    • Stable and comfortable fit
    • A long-lasting & proven solution
  • Bridges

    A dental bridge is a set of teeth that, as the name implies, creates a bridge over the space where a tooth is missing in the mouth. The main reason for needing a dental bridge is if you have one or more missing teeth in your mouth.

    Benefits of Dental Bridges:

    • Restores the look of your smile while looking natural
    • Restores or maintains proper chewing, biting, and speaking
    • Maintains the proper form of your bite and the shape of your face
    • Stops adjacent teeth from shifting into the void left by missing teeth
    • Completed in two office visits
  • Dentures

    People get dentures mostly for the reason of wanting to improve their appearance. When one is missing all of their teeth, dentures can make one look younger, help fill out their facial features, and make speaking and eating easier.

    Types of Dentures:

    • Regular Dentures: rest on the gum with no needed support
    • Implant-supported Denture: A more stable denture alternative that is a type of overdenture that is supported by and attached to implants. It is used when a person does not have any teeth in their jaw but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants.

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Modern Dental Implants Before & After

Bridges Before & After

Dentures Before & After

  • MTM Clear Aligners

    MTM Clear Aligners uses a series of clear removable aligners to correct common anterior tooth misalignments. Each aligner is custom fabricated according to your doctor’s treatment plan to progressively move your teeth into their ideal position, leaving you with a beautiful smile.

    Advantages of MTM Clear Aligners:

    • Virtually undetectable
    • Affordable
    • Treatment may be completed in as little as 3-6 months
    • No bulky, unattractive attachments on your teeth
    • Easy inserting and removing of the aligner
  • Juvéderm

    Juvéderm is the world’s #1 selling dermal filler collection. There are treatment options for the cheeks, vertical lip lines, and lips.

    Advantages of Juvéderm:

    • Instant results
    • Nonsurgical Treatments
    • Natural-looking & long-lasting results
    • In-office procedures

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MTM Clear Aligners Before & After

Juvéderm Cheeks & Mouth Lines Treatment Before & After

Juvéderm Lips Treatment Before & After