Children’s Dentistry – Give Your Kids the Gift of Healthy Teeth You may not think of childhood tooth decay as a disease, until you recognize its consequences. Unchecked pediatric dental disease can: Cause problems with eating, speaking and learning Negatively impact growth, function and self-esteem Inhibit children’s cognitive and social […]

Pediatric Dentistry

Why Whiten Your Teeth? According to a national survey from the American Dental Association (ADA) and Crest® and Oral B®, the smile outranked eyes, hair and the body as the most attractive physical feature. But many people keep their smiles to themselves, embarrassed by yellowed or stained teeth. Many factors […]

Teeth Whitening and Dental Veneers

Types of Extraction Most visible teeth can be removed with a simple extraction, where your dentist loosens the tooth, then removes it carefully with forceps. This procedure typically requires just a local anesthetic (an injection). A surgical extraction may be needed if: The tooth has broken off at the gum […]

Tooth Extraction

Dentals Crowns – Restoring Damaged Teeth A crown (also called a “cap”) helps keep what’s left of a damaged tooth and maintains bone health and nerve function. Crowns are most often used to: Restore broken teeth Support a tooth that is weakened by a large filling, or several smaller ones Rebuild […]

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Do I Really Need a Filling? Fillings are one of the most common dental procedures—and one of the most important. By removing a cavity and restoring your tooth surface loss with a composite material, we are saving that tooth, its root, and its nerves. If you forgo a filling, the […]

Dental or Teeth Filling

Cosmetic Dentistry A smile is an integral part of the first impression we make. Cosmetic dentistry is very much about appearance – making teeth whiter, straighter or more even, gums that are a healthy rich color and smile that appeal. We will take into account your cosmetic and functional needs […]