Tooth Fillings and Sealants
A filling is a simple restoration procedure primarily used to restore cavities or other mild decay or deterioration. Fillings are extremely common and have a high success rate. We offer options for composite fillings and amalgam fillings—both are safe. Which type we use depends on your needs, but we commonly use composite fillings because they are tooth-colored and appear more natural for teeth that are visible and easier for others to see or notice.
Maintaining positive dental health and a great-looking smile is a process that starts early in life. Young people need to take precautions just as older people do to prevent serious conditions.
Sleep Apnea is defined as a condition that causes you to experience frequent and recurring shortness of breath while sleeping. It can be caused by the individual’s throat becoming overly relaxed while sleeping, which blocks the airways and prevents a normal breath. This is referred to as obstructive sleep apnea.
Dentures are used when a person is missing all or most of their natural teeth. This could be the result of an injury or declining oral health. Dentures are a great way to still enjoy the benefits that come with health and natural teeth like chewing with ease. They are easy to use and offer a fast and effective solution to overcoming severe tooth loss.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars. They come in anywhere between the ages of 15 to 25 and are known to cause issues with many patients’ oral health. We can visually examine your wisdom teeth (if they have already erupted) or use X-ray imaging to assess if your wisdom teeth need to be removed.
Dental issues and accidents can happen at any time. Sometimes they require immediate treatment, and when that is the case, we are here to assist.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team knows that a dental emergency is never easy, but we are here to get you comfortable as quickly as possible.
Nearly half of all adults suffer from periodontitis to some extent—periodontitis is also referred to as gum disease and occurs when the gums are left exposed to harmful bacteria, tartar and plaque for an extended period of time. This can be caused by poor flossing habits and build-up between the teeth. If left untreated, it can progress and lead to bone and tooth loss.
Dental Crowns and Bridges
Dental crowns and bridges are effective restorations when teeth are lost or severely damaged. Our crowns and bridges look natural and offer much-needed assistance with chewing and speaking. We use high-quality materials in our crowns and bridges to ensure the restorations last as long as possible and provide exceptional performance.
Tooth extraction is typically a very fast process—we will use anesthesia to ensure you’re comfortable. The most critical part of the process is recovery. To ensure we control the bleeding and encourage a proper healing process immediately following the tooth extraction, we have you bite down on a gauze pad for 30 to 45 minutes to form a blood clot.
Millions of people complain of dulled or yellowed teeth that take away from their smiles. Discolored teeth can be associated with poor hygiene, but they are also associated with old age, and frailty of the teeth that can be caused by a few different things.
Bad Breath or Halitosis
We treat halitosis through a professional cleaning and oral cleanse to reach the crevices that are not normally accessed with regular brushing and flossing. Occasionally, a deep cleaning of scaling and root planing is needed to get bacteria trapped below the gum line, or tongue scraping if the tongue is the source of the smell.
Mouth and Night Guards
A mouth guard should be considered an essential piece of equipment for every athlete who participates in contact sports and activities—adults and children both. A mouth guard cushions the blow when you are hit and can prevent serious injuries that may result in a lifetime of oral health problems. Our mouth guards are custom made from a lightweight material that is both comfortable and effective and can be easily inserted and removed when needed.
A tooth’s inner structure consists of a soft, delicate material called the pulp. This material is normally protected by the tough enamel material that surrounds it. However, a potentially serious infection can occur if harmful bacteria are able to access the inside pulp.
Dental implants are used to replace a lost tooth. They are a best practice application that mimics a natural tooth structure, which is why they are so effective and widely used today.
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