When a cavity or other type of infection has gone to the pulp of the tooth, the best possible treatment to save the tooth is a root canal.
There are many reasons and complications that cause individual to lose their teeth, but everyone deserves a beautiful smile.
These days, it is not necessary to wear traditional braces because Invisalign provides a great alternative.
Mouth guards are ideal for people who participate in sports or any activity where forceful contact to the face could be involved.
Bonding, otherwise known as composite or resin is used to repair teeth damaged by cavities.
A crown, also known as a cap, are used to restore a tooth’s appearance when a patient has a root canal, when a tooth or filling is cracked, or when a filling can’t properly restore the tooth.
After an extraction takes place, an excellent option for replacing the missing tooth and restoring your smile, is a dental implant.
When a tooth can absolutely not be saved, an extraction may be the last possible option for a patient.
An inlay or onlay is used to repair a tooth that has been broken or has a large cavity that has been removed.
TMJ stands for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder and is a disorder of the jaw joint itself.
Veneers are an increasingly popular treatment to improve the overall look of a smile.
Grinding of the teeth is a very common issue and there are many reasons people do it. Stress and simple habit are among the common causes.
We can fit you with a custom dental device that will keep
your airways open throughout the night, so you can breathe easy and sleep well.
An individualized full-mouth reconstruction can be used to treat patients who are in severe pain or have lost a significant number of teeth.