Scaling & Root Planing- These are hygienic procedures performed to clean between the gums and the teeth that leads extensively to the root of teeth. This procedure reduces the severity of gum disease.
Dentures& Partials- A denture is an appliance replacing all the teeth of the jaw, along with associated structures of the jaw. A partial is a dental appliance that is similar, but instead of replacing the full set of teeth, it replaces one or more missing teeth, receiving support and retention from underlying tissues and some or all of the remaining teeth.
Root Canal Therapy- A root canal is an endodontic treatment procedure in which the diseased or damaged pulp (core) of a tooth is removed and the internal area of the treated cavity is filled and sealed.
Extractions- the surgical removal of a tooth due to severe decay, periodontal disease, infection, impacted teeth or for orthodontic reasons
Crown & Bridges- These prosthetic devices replace missing teeth or parts of a tooth. They are generally made of metal, porcelain, and resin, or a combination of these materials. Their purpose is to repair damage to teeth. They replace tooth structure lost by decay or injury, protect the part of the tooth that remains, and restore the tooth’s shape and function. Bridges fill in a space in the jaw left by a missing tooth or teeth, while a crown completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant.
Dental Emergencies- Any dentistry related emergency that needs immediate attention due to pain, or potential harm if not treated right away.
Bonding- a process that is utilized to restore teeth by using a tooth-colored resin material that is hardened with a special light, to restore your smile.
Tooth Colored (Mercury- Free) Filling- A filling restores a tooth damaged by decay back to its healthy state. In this procedure, first the decay is removed from the tooth and the affected area is cleaned. Then the evacuated area is filled with a resin—that is the color of your natural teeth– that helps to prevent further decay.
Monday – Wednesday: 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM Thursday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM Friday and Saturday by Appointment Only