closeup picture of a toothbrush

Premium oral health care goes far beyond good tooth brushing and flossing techniques. Fluoride, healthy eating habits, and professional teeth cleanings performed by a licensed dental hygienist will help you keep your teeth looking and feeling good for a lifetime. (learn more)

 
Before and after picture of porcelain veneers

Veneers are recommended to cosmetically improve the color of stained teeth, fill in gaps or spaces between teeth, replace edges of teeth that are chipped, lengthen teeth that are worn and instantly straighten crooked teeth. (learn more)

 
dental bonding picture

With dental bonding, tooth-colored composite material is applied to the surface of a tooth where it is hand sculpted, contoured, and polished in one visit. This treatment is ideal for chipped or broken teeth. (learn more)

 
before and after picture of white fillings

Occasionally you still see people with silver (or even gold) fillings. These are essentially an obsolete technology for two reasons: one, modern "composite" white fillings bond more effectively to your tooth tissue lessening the chance of a gap occurring between the tooth and the filling. The other and more apparent reason is that composite fillings look more like your own teeth. (learn more)

 
invisible orthodontics tray in the mouth

Tooth alignment has finally gone "wireless". Anyone who can benefit from teeth straightening can easily see the advantage of these clear trays which successively adjust your teeth to a new position every few weeks. Now even adults are improving their smiles by opting for ClearCorrect™ aligner therapy. (learn more)

 
white teeth on a smiling face

More and more people today are choosing tooth-whitening procedures to reverse the effects of aging and abuse from food and tobacco stains. Professional grade products that are created specifically for your mouth produce a superior result to the types of whiteners available over the counter. (learn more)

dental bridge being placed

More severe situations such as broken or missing teeth require more intensive measures. Porcelain crowns surround and unify the integrity of a tooth that has been broken above the root level. In the event that a tooth (or group of teeth) would need replacing, a bridge fits into the spaces left by the old or missing teeth. (learn more)

 

Before development of dental implants, dentures were the only alternative to replacing a missing tooth (or teeth). Modern implants are synthetic structures that are placed in the area of the tooth normally occupied by the root. Not everyone is a candidate for a dental implant. A candidate must have proper bone density and have a strong immune system for success. Implants are so well-designed, they mimic the look and feel of natural teeth. (learn more)