Dental Health

A dental bridge literally bridges the gap created by one or more missing teeth. A bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and a false tooth/teeth in between.

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We offer dental prophylaxis, or standard cleanings, as a preventative step to fight periodontal disease.
Our exams include a thorough examination of your teeth, along with an oral cancer screening and periodontal evaluation.
Conscious sedation is an excellent way to treat dental anxiety so your dentist can get to work on your teeth! It allows you to enter a state of relaxation while staying awake during the procedure.

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Dental crowns, also known as "caps," preserve the functionality of damaged teeth. This common dental restoration may be used to restore a fractured or badly decayed tooth. A crown is also used protect a cracked tooth in order to prevent the tooth from fracturing.

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If you're missing all or most of your teeth, a set of dentures might be your best option for restoring your oral health. Dentures are a removable group of false teeth that will help you regain eating and speaking abilities after you've lost your teeth. We offer both new dentures and denture repair.

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X-rays that are taken on digital film that show much greater detail than traditional film, allowing the dentist to provide treatment when a cavity is in its early stages. Treating a cavity early helps to conserve tooth structure and prevent the need for more costly treatments.
When a cavity becomes large enough to cause tooth decay, it will usually require a filling. Fillings come in different forms including composite resin or amalgam (a mixture of metals).

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Fluoride is a natural-occurring mineral used by dental professionals to help prevent cavities. Fluoride works by rebuilding tooth enamel to strengthen the tooth's surface.

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Accidents happen; we’re here to help. Contact us right away for same-day emergency dental services.
Tooth extractions are the removal of one or more teeth. Extractions are performed for a variety of reasons including a disease, tooth injury, or overcrowding.

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An implant crown is a special crown that is custom made to be placed over the top of an implant so that it may function like a natural tooth.

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Implant retained dentures are a type of denture that are anchored by small implants in the jaw rather than an adhesive to the gums. Not everyone is a candidate for this type of denture since implants need enough jaw bone to secure to.
Nightguards are custom mouthpieces worn while sleeping to prevent teeth grinding. Teeth grinding is the unconscious act of rubbing your teeth together causing them to wear down. This can be caused from stress or misaligned teeth.

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Nitrous oxide is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose to help you relax.

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A partial denture is a removable appliance that can replace multiple missing teeth in the same dental arch (upper or lower).

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We offer the following pediatric dental services:
- Cleanings
- Sealants
- Fillings
- Stainless Steel Crowns
- Space Maintainers
- Athletic Mouthguards
- Nitrous Oxide
Periodontal therapy can include both surgical and non-surgical techniques to restore health to the tissues that support the teeth (gums and bone) and prevent tooth loss. They include: Scaling and Root Planing. These deep-cleaning techniques are the best starting point to control gum disease.

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A root canal is a procedure that restores the health of an infected tooth. Teeth can become infected from deep cavities, cracks, or damaged tissue. To prevent loss of the tooth, a dental professional can perform a root canal by removing the tooth's nerve and cleaning out the tooth's "root canal" and replacing it with rubber or resin.

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