Root Canal Therapy (Endodontics)

Root canal is necessary when the nerve or blood supply of the tooth is infected due to injury or decay. Endodontic treatment conserves dead or infected teeth that will otherwise be extracted. State of the art techniques are used in the cleaning and sealing of intricate root canal systems in order to save the tooth followed by a restoration.

Dental Implant

This state of the art technology is now the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. Implants served as artificial roots to anchor crowns, bridges or even dentures. Implant supported teeth can look and function exactly like natural teeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry

This involves providing patients with an aesthetically pleasing smile. This may involve whitening of stained teeth, closing of gaps between teeth, repair of broken down teeth or straightening of crooked teeth.

Teeth Whitening / Bleaching (In-office / At home)

Tooth whitening is a common cosmetic dental procedure that has immediate benefits for creating an improved smile. Teeth appear lighter and rejuvenated.

Fractured Teeth

Unfortunately, teeth sometimes break. And if you have a broken tooth, it can affect both your appearance and how you feel about yourself.. There are ways to repair broken teeth and make them better than new! Perhaps the most popular method is the use of porcelain veneers or alternatively cosmetic bonding.

Gaps between Teeth

Many people experience gaps between two or more teeth in their mouth. This can be caused by a number of reasons. Fortunately, there are several different methods that you can use to cover up unsightly gaps and perfect your smile.


Crowns also known as caps restore damaged teeth and mimic the shape, size and color of the surrounding teeth. In teeth that are more extensively damaged, state of the art all ceramic crowns such as Zirconia or IPS Empress can be used. These all-porcelain crowns are highly aesthetic and strong.

Porcelain Veneers

This involves bonding wafer – thin shells of porcelain to the front side of anterior teeth. The cosmetic results are excellent for discolored teeth. It can also be used to straighten slightly maligned teeth or even to close up unsightly gaps between teeth.

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays serve as aesthetically pleasing dental care options for patients who suffer from extensive tooth decay or damage. An inlay is used to repair damage that lies within the center of a tooth, whereas an onlay is used when the damage extends from the center of a tooth to one or more of the cusps (outer, pointed edges of a tooth).

Invisible Fillings

When the decay has been taken out of the tooth, it is replaced with “filling” material. In the past, amalgam (silver) fillings were placed into the cleaned out portion of the tooth. With advancements in dentistry, you can now have tooth-colored/invisible fillings instead of silver amalgam fillings. You may even elect to remove your old silver fillings in favor of new, undetectable tooth-colored fillings.

Cosmetic Bonding

Bonding can be used to change the size or shape of your teeth, creating a smile that appears more symmetrical and space free, this single-visit procedure provides a fast solution for a more attractive smile and may eliminate the need for orthodontic treatment is some cases.

Bridges / Fixed Partial Dentures

A bridge, also known as a fixed partial denture, is a dental restoration used to replace a missing tooth by joining permanently to adjacent teeth or dental implants.


Dentures enable people who have lost some or all of their teeth to once again smile with confidence. Dentures can make chewing and speaking easier, as well as eliminate the “collapsed” look caused by missing teeth. At our practice, we offer full and partial dentures to accommodate the needs of various patients.

Gum Therapy (Periodontics)

This involves the treatment of gum disease and the bone supporting the teeth. Services ranges from non surgical root planning to surgical intervention to eliminate pockets and induce bone regeneration.