Dental Implants

Dental implants replace teeth that have become irreversibly damaged. Because of the many advantages over other options, there are a number of reasons you might pick them over the other choices available to you.

Crowns

Crowns (commonly known as caps) restore chipped, broken, damaged teeth and are ideal for strengthening weakened teeth.  Because they restore the tooth using full coverage, they look natural, are esthetic and functional. Over time and usage, a tooth with a large...

Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Full-Mouth Reconstruction is used to restore comfort, function and esthetics.  As this is a complex procedure, several visits and thorough planning are needed before treatment begins.  A combination of several types of treatment including porcelain crowns, veneers,...

Minimally Invasive Procedures

Minimally Invasive Dentistry’s goal is to conserve healthy tooth structure. Conservative procedures are used to accomplish this in the form of prevention techniques.  Some of these procedures are: Remineralization Sealant Night guards (bite splints) Re-contouring...

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Tooth-colored fillings have several names that are commonly known; bonding, resin filling, composite filling, and several others.  These restorations are used to restore, repair, and protect teeth, are virtually invisible, mimic natural tooth structure in both form,...