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Fillings are necessary when decay has destroyed tooth structure, creating the dreaded dental “cavity.” You can also need fillings due to older fillings breaking down and losing their seal. We use composite "white fillings" for material of choice.


A crown is the treatment choice if the tooth is heavily decayed, damaged, or broken. We offer different materials for crowns, from metal free crowns with all porcelain, to gold crowns.  Discuss with your doctor on what material is the best for your tooth health. This procedure normally takes two visits. You go home with a temporary first visit, while our local labs make your custom crown.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canals are common procedures when the tooth's nerves has been injured or diseased, usually from a deep cavity or cracked tooth. Both of these problems can lead bacteria into the nerve area, causing an infection in the tooth. Root canals can help resolve the infection, bring the tooth back to health, and save your tooth from extraction. This treatment may involve one or more dental visits.


Natural teeth are ideal for biting, chewing and maintaining mouth and jawbone structure, which is why a dentist’s first priority is to help restore, save and repair your natural teeth. However, sometimes a tooth extraction is unavoidable.


Dental implants, another permanent option for replacement, can help you smile more confidently. A dental implant is permanent and is an effective, attractive, secure way to fill gaps in your smile.


If you have lost teeth from decay, injury or gum disease, partials or complete dentures are one choice to replace your teeth. Whether you need partial or full denture, they are essential- not only to improve the look of your smile, but also your oral health. In addition to allowing you to eat as if you had never lost your teeth, dentures also protect against facial sagging that would otherwise occur & cause a more aged appearance.

Dental Cleaning
Restorative: Services
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