Information About Dental Procedures

Filter24 Procedures ( View All )

Dental bonding and contouring is a cosmetic procedure that can fix small flaws in your smile for an enhanced aesthetic appearance.

Invisalign is a convenient and discreet system of clear aligners that straighten the teeth over time for a beautifully enhanced smile.

Dental veneers can be created using porcelain or composite resin to enhance and improve the look of your smile and cover any cosmetic flaws.

A smile makeover may consist of multiple cosmetic and/or restorative dental procedures that are customized to adhere to your specific needs and goals.

Teeth whitening can be provided as both in-office and at-home treatments to improve the overall appearance of your smile and reduce discoloration.

Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth in order to restore both the aesthetic appearance and functionality of your smile.

Dental cleanings can be beneficial to improving or maintaining your overall oral health and can help you avoid future dental issues.

Dental crowns at our practice are made from porcelain and can help to protect or enhance the appearance and function of a damaged tooth.

A comprehensive dental examination is essential in catching and treating oral diseases and dental issues before they develop into larger problems.

Digital x-rays are provided during a dental examination to allow for a more in-depth view of your overall oral health, as well as treatment progress.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to restore a decayed tooth and can blend with your natural teeth for an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Bone grafting surgery is typically performed prior to a dental implant procedure in order to strengthen the jawbone so that it is stable.

Dental implants are used as a longer-lasting solution for replacing a missing tooth or teeth for a natural appearance and restored function.

Partial or full removable dentures are used to replace several or all missing teeth in order to allow for more comfortable talking and eating.

Full-mouth reconstruction can consist of several different treatments and procedures to restore the teeth and other areas of the mouth.

Root canal therapy is provided to treat decay that has spread to the inner portion of the tooth by removing the damaged pulp and cleaning the area.

Tooth extractions may be necessary to remove a tooth or teeth that is damaged or if there is not enough room in your mouth for the additional teeth.

Periodontal disease can occur at three varying stages of severity to affect the gums when plaque is built up below the gumline.

Periodontal treatments vary depending on the severity of the condition and can treat all three stages of periodontal disease.

Scaling and root planing treatments are performed to combat the early stages of gum disease by deep cleaning below the gumline to eliminate buildup.

Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding, can cause discomfort when sleeping and affect your overall dental and oral health if not treated properly.

Night guards are most often used to treat bruxism in order to eliminate jaw clenching and teeth grinding at nighttime while you sleep.

Sleep apnea treatment includes oral appliance therapy, such as night guards, that can work to keep airways open while you are sleeping.

TMJ therapy includes treatments to diminish the symptoms of TMD and decrease jaw pain and tenderness, as well as other common side effects.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.