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Sedation Dentistry

For those to whom a dentist appointment is no joking matter, we offer a variety of safe and effective sedation dentistry alternatives. Our staff will treat each of these situations with respect. Whether your situation is mild, moderate, or severe, there are appropriate levels of sedation to help you. There are variations of nitrous oxide or oral conscious sedation that can meet your specific needs.

The Wand: Are You Dental Phobic?

If you are afraid of the dentist, you aren’t alone. We listened to our patients’ concerns and we’ve got your back! We offer the most advanced injection technology available. The Wand is a unique injection tool that allows us to provide our patients with the most comfortable injections possible. Many of our patients tell us they never felt a thing!

Crowns & Bridges

Porcelain crowns are used to repair the look and function of teeth that have sustained significant damage. If properly cared for, crowns will typically last for many years. Since we use the latest technology, our porcelain crowns will give you an absolutely beautiful smile. A porcelain bridge is essentially a set of multiple crowns that is used when multiple damaged teeth need to be replaced.

Removable Partials and Dentures

Dentures are used when multiple teeth are missing and must be replaced. Along with replacing the teeth, dentures are designed to help provide support for cheeks and lips that are normally provided by teeth. While a partial denture will replace specific missing teeth, a complete denture will replace a full set of teeth. Dentures typically must be replaced approximately every 15 years because of wear and gradual realignment. Floppy full dentures can also be stabilized using dental implants.

Dental Implants

Dental implants have gained immense popularity as a way to regain lost confidence in business and social settings. Their popularity is because they can replace partial dentures, stabilize floppy full dentures, and give a more natural look than dentures. This three-step process places teeth directly into the patient’s jawbone and is done with sedation, no pain, and very little post-operative discomfort. The majority of the time, others are completely unable to tell the implants are not your natural teeth.

Oral Surgery

A number of conditions may call for oral surgery. Impacted teeth, wisdom tooth removal, tooth loss, jaw related issues, sleep apnea and other issues may all require some form of oral surgery. We know the word “surgery” conjures up all kinds of negative things, but the truth is that oral surgery can help relieve pain! Our experienced staff and advanced technology make oral surgery a trivial affair. Our priority is to deliver amazing results all while we keep you safe and comfortable.

Root Canal Therapy

To many people, the discussion of root canals brings up the very worst feelings regarding dental appointments. However, a root canal is actually a very effective treatment option in many situations. An experienced and well-trained dentist can usually provide a painless root canal experience. A root canal simply involves removing the infected nerve and damaged pulp of an infected tooth painlessly and then sealing the tooth against future infection.

Porcelain Crowns and Veneers

When teeth whitening is not enough to do the job, a brighter smile can always be achieved through porcelain crowns or veneers. Not only do they give a smile in the exact shade that you want, but they are also able to change the shape of your teeth. Our porcelain crowns and veneers are always custom-made for your teeth. There are other materials available, and we can help you determine the best option for you.

Periodontal Treatment of Gum Disease

Unattended gum problems can have a far-reaching impact on the overall general health of your body. Common contributors to gum disease include nutritional deficiencies, stress, medication, diabetes, and pregnancy. The best solution to gum disease is to prevent it through a consistent oral hygiene program. If you are faced with gum disease, we offer a variety of solutions that are based on rapidly-developing technologies that have been introduced to combat this problem.

Tooth-Colored Fillings: No More Silver

If you have a cavity or an area of your tooth that needs to be protected, you might need a filling. If you do need a filling, there are many options for filling material. Many dental offices still use silver and metal based filling materials. The safety of silver and other metal fillings is currently under debate. When it comes to our patients and their safety, we don’t take chances. That’s why we use only metal-free filling material. It looks more natural and it’s safer too!