All-on-4™ No More Dentures! (Permanent Alternative to Dentures)
Are you tired of wearing dentures? Denture related problems? Do your dentures fall out? Do your dentures create embarrassing moments? Are you unable to eat foods you desire? Our office offers a permanent solution to denture wearers.    CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Composite Fillings (White Fillings)
With technology available today, we can restore your tooth to appear as it once did without fillings. Today’s composites are made tooth colored resin which can withstand the demands of chewing/eating while retaining its esthetic luster. Composites fillings also require less removal of your own enamel and dentin than traditional fillings.

Crowns & Bridges
Crowns are commonly used for restoring heavily broken down teeth. Because the nature of the crown is to cover and brace the tooth, it serves to strengthen the tooth it sits on. A bridge is made up of two or more crowns. Its purpose is to restore heavily broken down teeth while filling in gaps left by missing teeth.

Dental Implants (Nobel Biocare™)
A dental implant is a permanent tooth replacement system. It replaces one or more teeth by literally taking its place. The sterile titanium implant is placed into a socket (after a tooth has been removed) or a gap (where a tooth had once occupied). The dental implant can support a crown or prosthesis. The implant procedure is painless. Crowns or prostheses placed on implants practically appear and function as beautifully and naturally as your very own teeth.    CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Dentures (Complete, Partial, Implant Supported)
A removable partial denture may be worn to replace one or more missing teeth. Partial dentures are generally made of cast metal and plastic. It uses clips and clasps for retention, which engage neighboring teeth. Complete dentures do not have any clips or clasps. They are generally entirely made of plastic and replace all the teeth of either an upper or lower jaw.

Root Canal Therapy
When a tooth has experienced sufficient damage (whether from decay or fracture), the nerve within the tooth may not survive. Root canal treatment involves cleaning the dying or diseased nerve from the canal chamber and filling the chamber with a biocompatible filler. This is the only way to save a diseased or dying tooth.

Do you need to have a tooth removed? With implant technology available today, we can predictably replace your missing tooth with a dental implant and a crown all in the same day, in most cases. Long gone are the days of being toothless. Ask us about this treatment option!

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