Impressionless dentistry eliminates the need for messy impressions, and creates digital 3D images of teeth using computer aided technology. These images are detailed and accurate, and allow for quick and easy restorations right in our office. Patients can relax while their impressions are taken, and images can be viewed immediately.
A cone beam CT scan is a special type of x-ray technology designed to provide 3D images of the structures of your mouth and face, providing the doctor with more detailed information than with a typical x-ray.
This technology is incredibly beneficial for more complex cases, as it provides the with an in-depth look at the tissues of your mouth and surrounding area.
Imagine a new smile that is natural and blends seamlessly, while still improving the size, shape, and color of the teeth. Now imagine that smile on yourself!
Aw bummer, you’ve lost a tooth from deep decay or a fracture, or maybe you were never born with one. Some things in life can be left unfinished; a missing tooth should not be one of them. Let’s talk about how an implant can fill that void!
We don’t like saying, “goodbye” to teeth. But sometimes a wisdom tooth or one that has broken are better out, than in. In those cases, we will do everything we can to make the experience as painless and comfortable as possible.
A crown can improve the appearance of a discolored tooth. Or, it can give stability back to a tooth with a crack or large cavity. If it feels strange to bite on a certain area, it may be time to consider a crown!
Our custom, take-home bleaching kits or in-office whitening treatments are both great options to revitalize the brightness and sparkle of your teeth. Using high-concentration, professional-strength whitening gels, we are able to reverse years of staining and discoloration.
Broken teeth or pain never follow a schedule. “Let’s get you in ASAP!”, is music to your ears when you are in that situation. If you are in an urgent predicament, we understand and will make every effort to accommodate you!
Has someone told you that you keep them up at night with clenching, grinding, or snoring? Or, do you wake up with sore jaw muscles? We have options that can help you get better sleep and maintain your smile.