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Dental Services

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry covers a broad range of procedures to “restore” teeth back to normal appearance and function. Restorative treatments include fillings, tooth-colored crowns, bridges and veneers.

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Root Canal Therapy

Endodontic therapy, also known as a "root canal procedure", is performed to save a tooth. A root canal procedure is typically performed when a tooth has sustained extensive damage or decay, when a tooth has become infected, and/or when a tooth is in constant pain. 

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Dental Implants

A dental implant is the most state-of-the-art procedure to replace a missing tooth. Implants have a high success rate and can be cared for just like all of your other teeth. Dental implants never decay and also preserve the bone where a tooth has been lost.

Our office offers Cone Beam (CBCT) scans.  You can rest assured that your implant will be placed safely and accurately. 


Invisalign® uses a series of custom fitted clear trays to gently correct misaligned teeth. Invisalign has a very high success rate when worn properly. The clear trays are nearly invisible when worn. Your friends and colleagues will hardly notice them!

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Dental Cleaning

Gum Therapy

Healthy gums are an important part of your overall health. Good oral hygiene, daily flossing, brushing and visiting the dentist can go a long way in preventing gum disease. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to swollen bleeding gums, bone loss, and bad breath. Dental hygienists are on staff to provide you with maintenance of your teeth as well as education of proper care.


When teeth are lost, either several teeth or all teeth, a denture can be fabricated to restore your ability to chew, speak, and smile. In some cases, dentures can be attached to implants for a more secure fit.

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Tooth Extraction

No one likes to lose teeth. But when a tooth cannot be saved, it is best to remove the tooth in order to safeguard the overall health of the patient. Other reasons include the need to resolve infection or pain and the need to prevent damage to adjacent teeth and gums (i.e. wisdom teeth removal).

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