More Than Just a Pretty Smile

We provide a wide range of services including treatment of dental pain, cosmetic dentistry, sleep disorders, implant dentistry and symmetrical reshaping

Dental Pain

With over 35 years of experience and hundreds of hours of post graduate education, we can offer immediate in-house treatment for most dental pain. We have expertise in root canal therapy, tooth removal-even impacted wisdom teeth- and can immediately coordinate tooth removal with tooth repacement under the same roof. We also treat head and neck pain arising from TMD (tempromandibular joint disorder).

Porcelain Veneers & Direct Bonding

We are able to remake tooth color, shape and position with porcelain veneers(like artificial nails ) or direct bonding, where the dentist sculpts and shapes a tooth colored plastic material directly on your teeth. either way, you can change chipped or worn, dark, crooked teeth into teeth you are proud to display!

Snoring & Mild Sleep Apnea

If snoring is disturbing yours or some loved one's sleep, we can make an appliance that will put an end to it! Rather than surgery or uncomfortable breathing machines, the snore appliance simply positions your lower jaw to prevent closing of the airway and your noisy attempts to open it back up. This treatment may be your ticket back into your bedroom and a refreshing nights sleep.

Implant Dentistry

We have over 35 years of experience in the surgical placement and restoration of dental implants. Whether you're wanting to replace a single tooth or stabilize a whole denture, we are able to offer bone or tissue grafting for implant site preparation, implant surgery, and restoration of the implant with crowns, bridges, or dentures--all under one roof!

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Esthetic Reshaping

You may have decided, as a part of your New Year Resolution pact to do something to improve the appearance of your teeth. Whitening your teeth is a great place to start for a lot of people and is an obvious choice. Less obvious may be the appearance of your 2 upper front teeth or central incisors. Make a point of zeroing in on the teeth of people whom you think have beautiful smiles. Usually you'll find that their 2 central incisors are very symmetrical whereas if you look closely, there might be considerable assymetry with other pairs of teeth like the lateral incisors or canine teeth. 

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