Esthetic Dentistry, or Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance , though not necessarily the function, of a person’s teeth, gums and/or bite. These types of procedures typically include things like tooth whitening, bonding, bridges, and veneers.
Including individual consultations and dental exams, cleanings, digital x-rays when needed,
and a focus on encouraging proper home care and overall oral health. We also provide dental sealants
to help protect teeth against decay, and fluoride treatments for healthier and stronger tooth enamel.
Sedation dentistry is a simple in-office procedure that allows the patient to
achieve a level of relaxation that would not normally be attained while sitting in the dental chair.
Multiple procedures can be accomplished during one visit to the office,
reducing stress and anxiety to the patient.
From minor tooth adjustments or smile enhancements to dramatic smile makeovers,
our cosmetic dentistry services help our patients achieve the smiles they have always wanted!
Cosmetic procedures include tooth-colored fillings, full porcelain crowns and fixed bridges,
clear and removable orthodontic aligners, full porcelain veneers and professional
teeth whitening for a brighter smile.
Replacement of missing teeth
Restoration of dental implants with custom abutments and natural-looking full porcelain crowns
Composite tooth-colored dental fillings
Natural-looking porcelain dental crowns and fixed bridges
Including diagnosis and treatment of gum disease followed by appropriate maintenance.
Screening for early detection of oral cancer.
Root Canal Therapy
A common procedure used to repair and save a tooth that is badly infected or decayed
Removal of infected tissue within the tooth, which is then
thoroughly disinfected and replaced by a sealing material to prevent further bacterial infection
Custom occlusal guards or athletic mouth guards
Custom sleep apnea appliances
Dentures & Partials
Replacement of many or all of the teeth in the upper or lower dental arch
Both complete dentures and partial dentures will help the patient to
regain the ability to chew, speak and smile comfortably
Routine Extractions & Wisdom Teeth Removal
Reasons why a tooth may need to be extracted:
Gum disease that has significantly damaged a tooth and its surroundings
Infection that cannot be remedied by a root canal or restorative treatment
A crowded mouth that needs to make space for teeth to align
properly (often the case with wisdom teeth removal)
Risk of infection
Removal of excess or infected tissue
Disinfection of periodontal pockets
Clear Aligner Orthodontic Therapy
Clear aligners are a series of clear, lightweight trays that correct misaligned teeth in patients
with fully permanent dentition. With continuous gentle forces, clear aligners move teeth gradually
to bring them into alignment. The trays are custom-made for each
patient based on a 3D scan of his or her teeth.
All clear aligner treatments are monitored monthly by your dentist.
Clear aligners are a simple, discreet and affordable solution for straighter teeth!