dental implants

If you have missing or broken teeth, a dental implant might just be the solution you’re looking for. Dental advancements have made dental implants one of the most effective and long-lasting solutions to replace broken or missing teeth.

A dental implant will not only repair or replace your missing or broken tooth, it will also enhance the look of your smile.

Periodontal (gum and jaw bone) diseases

Periodontal (gum and jaw bone) diseases, including gingivitis and periodontitis, are serious infections. When left untreated, they can lead to serious consequences such as tooth loss and medical issues such as osteoporosis, heart disease, and stroke.


There are many reasons why adult teeth could use a set of braces. These days, a straight, white smile is a sign of success. Straight teeth can give you confidence at work, boost your love life, and improve your health.

root canal therapy

Made out of porcelain, veneers are thin facings that are permanently bonded to your teeth.

With dental veneers, you can whiten your teeth, close gaps, fix chips, and cover breaks both easily and affordably.


We’re sure that you have heard of dentures before. In short, they are removable dental appliances that replace your missing teeth. When most people picture dentures, they think about the awkward, clumsy, chunks of potential embarrassment that leads to, “Gosh I hope they don’t fall out in public”, or ”Did my guest see my dentures in a glass in the bathroom?”. Those may have been your grandmother’s dentures, but we guarantee that they won’t be yours.

periodontal treatments

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dental sedation

Dental phobia is not uncommon. In the past, a dental procedure was often more painful than it is these days, and many people have unpleasant memories of the dentist. Once a person has had a negative experience, their fear of the dentist can persist, no matter how often we tell them truthfully that it isn’t going to hurt.

dental teeth bonding

Composite dental tooth bonding is a cosmetic dentistry technique that can work wonders for your smile. The technique uses an enamel-like resin (plastic) material that matches the shade, translucency and texture of your teeth. It’s applied and hardened using a high intensity light that bonds the resin to your teeth.


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“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”

— Richard James Molloy