Pediatric Dentistry - For Kids
Baby teeth may be small, but they are very important for having healthy adult teeth later in life. We provide gentle exams and needed care for children, starting with their first tooth.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
With most people, wisdom teeth do not have adequate room in the mouth to properly grow in, and therefore they are usually removed to prevent any complications. In most cases, we can offer this service to our patients right in our office.
Fillings are one of the most common procedures completed in a general dentistry practice. They are used to treat small to moderately sized cavities caused by tooth decay. Such cavities are usually painless, so you may not realize you have any unless you come to the dentist for a check-up examination.
Although we strive to help our patients keep all of their teeth, there are certain circumstances where a tooth has reached the point that it must be removed. Except in rare cases, we can perform needed extractions here in our office.
Our goal is to help our patients keep their teeth healthy for life. However, if one has lost several, or all, of their teeth, we strive to meet their dental needs by providing either full or partial dentures so they can eat and function again.
A dental implants is an artificial root that takes the place of natural tooth roots. We secure a crown, or a fake tooth, to this root so that one can again function just as if they had their own natural tooth again. This is normally the best option for replacing one or more missing teeth.
Crown & Bridge
Crowns are used to preserve teeth by completely encompassing what remains of a compromised tooth, and thereby protecting it. A Bridge is one method of replacing one ore more missing teeth. We perform both of these treatment procedures within our office.
We use digital x-rays in our office as they provide us with high quality images of your teeth for an accurate diagnosis while maximizing comfort and minimizing the radiation dosage