Routine & Preventive Dentistry

Remember the saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”? In dental care, this is all too true. Preventing dental issues like tooth decay or gum disease before they appear or become serious can help you avoid spending a lot of money and time trying to restore your smile in the future.

When you come in for your regular dental check-up, we’ll make sure to let you know if we see any problems developing and which treatments will keep your teeth and gums healthy. It will always be your decision what course of action you would like to take, but we’re here to provide you with expert guidance and recommendations.

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Restorative Dental Treatments

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Whether you’re missing teeth or dealing with pain or tooth decay, restorative dentistry can get your smile back to full function and looking great again. We want you to know that it’s never too late to have the smile of your dreams. Let us help you find solutions to whatever dental problems you’re dealing with!

With each of the following restorative procedures, we will inform you every step of the way about what to expect. If you are getting oral surgery, we have relaxing sedation options available so you don’t have to experience discomfort during the procedure.

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Cosmetic Smile Makeovers

We don’t want you to hide your smile—we want you to show it off! If your teeth aren’t quite looking how you want them to because of gaps, spacing, chips, or discoloration, cosmetic dentistry can transform your smile for the better.

Add to that, we’ve seen multiple cases where a white, straight smile significantly boosts someone’s confidence and self-esteem. Contact us today to schedule a cosmetic consultation!

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Emergency Dental Care

When you have a dental emergency, we’re here to help. If you are experiencing a painful toothache, have a chipped or cracked tooth, are dealing with swollen gums, or have had a tooth knocked out, please contact us immediately. We save time in our schedule just in case our patients need urgent dental care. We’ll see you as soon as possible and help you find relief!

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