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To improve the appearance of a broken or discolored tooth, a dental crown, also called a dental cap, can be placed over the top of the problem tooth.

Dental bonding and contouring (cosmetic tooth reshaping) is a fast procedure for minor dental imperfections such as chipped and discolored teeth.

Single or multiple dental implants will be anchored to the jawbone with a surgically placed metal post for long-term reliability and strength.

A custom-built dental bridge fills a gap with a false tooth held in place by one or more crowns to restore the form and function of the teeth.

Invisalign is a unique orthodontic system that uses clear, removable teeth aligners to comfortably and effectively move and straighten the teeth.

Orthodontic dentistry uses a variety of procedures, tools, and techniques to repair the poor alignment of a patient’s teeth and jaw (malocclusion).

Cosmetic dental veneers are custom-made with porcelain to disguise broken or discolored teeth and provide the patient with a more attractive smile.

Dull or discolored teeth can be improved with professional in-office teeth whitening and custom home teeth whitening kits for a brighter smile.

Lumineers are natural- looking porcelain veneers with thin but strong covers that are applied to the teeth to disguise minor dental imperfections.

Tooth-colored fillings are made with composite resin to repair a dental cavity (cary) while maintaining the strength and appearance of the smile.

Teeth that are damaged beyond repair or may cause spacing problems (like the wisdom teeth) can be removed with a simple or surgical tooth extraction.

Dentures are a custom-made oral prosthetic that can be implanted or removable to replace some or all of the teeth for restored form and function.

If a patient's mouth cannot support a dental restoration, an implant can be placed in the jawbone and attached to an implant-retained bridge.

A single tooth can be replaced with an implanted crown that is attached to a dental implant in the jawbone for a long-lasting dental restoration.

When the inner pulp of a tooth is infected, a root canal removes the interior and replaces it with a filling material for a normal appearance.

TMJ therapy relieves pain from temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) with a variety of treatments chosen based on the patient's level of severity.

Nitrous Oxide ("laughing gas") is a colorless, tasteless gas administered to patients during a dental procedure to keep them calm and free of anxiety.

Oral-conscious sedation is a pill that is taken before the procedure to keep the patient calm, comfortable, and awake during their treatment.

A professional dental cleaning (prophylaxis) is typically performed bi-annually to remove plaque and tartar build-up for stronger, healthier teeth.

An annual dental examination assesses the health of the mouth (teeth, gums, and jaw) by looking for cavities, oral cancer, and other concerns.

Emergency dental care helps patients with dental issues like a broken tooth, unusual pain, and other symptoms that require immediate attention.

Periodontal treatments address the different levels of gum disease to minimize inflammation, stop infections, and restore the patient's oral health.

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