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Invisalign is an innovative orthodontic treatment program that uses a series of custom-made medical-grade plastic trays instead of metal brackets, wires, and bands, to guide your teeth into the correct alignment.
Lumineers are digitally-designed veneers that cover your existing tooth, giving you a naturally white smile. These veneers are ultra-thin and applied directly over your teeth without the need for extensive preparation.
Porcelain veneers are strong, thin shells or coverings that are adhered to the front surfaces of teeth to correct a wide array of cosmetic issues. Veneers can be tinted to match your own teeth so they blend in and look natural.
Snap-On Smile is an easy way to get a beautiful smile. Instead of spending thousands of dollars to get that Hollywood smile. Snap-On Smile fits right over your own teeth to give you a natural-looking, beautiful smile. The Snap-On Smile will hide stains, chips, gaps, and missing teeth.
Orthodontic treatment is a type of dental treatment that addresses teeth and jaws that are incorrectly positioned. Most people have not been blessed with perfectly aligned teeth naturally and as such, the number of referrals for orthodontic treatment is growing every year.
Cosmetic bonding uses special composite resins to address cosmetic issues like cracks, pits, and deep discolorations. The resins are applied to the front surfaces of teeth, and they can be tinted and shaped so they look completely natural.
A root canal is a dental procedure that uses special tools and techniques to remove the deep, central portion of the tooth called the pulp. The pulp is the living portion of the tooth that extends all the way down to the roots through channels or canals.
Sports dentistry is a dental specialty that focuses on the prevention and treatment of dental injuries that often occur among athletes. Sports injuries to the mouth and face can cause aesthetic issues, but there are also health complications that occur with traumatic mouth injuries.
A smile is one of the simplest gestures that we can make, but it can also be one of the biggest. A bright smile is considered a reflection of friendliness, honesty, happiness, and health. When your teeth are professionally whitened, you can have an exam prior to whitening to look for very small areas of untreated decay, tiny fissures or other issues that can cause sensitivity and have them corrected prior to treatment.
Dentures are often a difficult topic for people to discuss. It can be embarrassing for many patients to be able to talk with friends and family about their dental health and for these reasons, dentures may also be surrounded in your mind with a negative stigma. We are pleased to provide partial or full dentures.
In most cases, teeth are pulled because they're badly decayed or damaged by trauma and cannot be restored with root canals, overlays or other techniques. Other times, they may be pulled to prevent overcrowding or because a significant infection is present.
Silver fillings are made of metal amalgams – combinations of metals – and they've been the mainstay of tooth restorations and fillings for many decades. White fillings (also called tooth-colored fillings) are a more recent development.
Gum disease is an exceedingly common oral health problem and is estimated to affect more than half of the U.S. population. Periodontal disease is the technical name for gum disease and refers to gum inflammation that can lead to soft tissue and bone damage. When this damage occurs, teeth may become loose and need to be extracted.
Parenting has many responsibilities, with one of the most important being teaching your children how to care for themselves. One important aspect of that care is the importance and practice of looking after one's teeth. When taking children to the dentist, you have the opportunity to help them develop a rapport with a dentist they can trust and build a healthy oral hygiene routine.
Routine dental cleanings and x-rays are a very important aspect of keeping your teeth healthy. It provides insight for the doctor on what needs to be treated and helps prevent major dental problems later in life.