Helping Families Achieve Healthy Smiles for Life!
Routine Hygiene Visits
If you are diagnosed with sleep apnea, our practice can help. We offer oral sleep appliances, which are worn at night and bring the jaw forward to prevent the airway from collapsing. This allows for easier breathing and reduced snoring. We can discuss your options with you to help you (and your family!) get a better night’s sleep.
Endodontic Therapy (Root Canals)
Many patients believe root canals are painful. However, with modern technology, the procedure is relatively painless and will provide you with relief from tooth pain caused by the cavity!
Crowns & Bridges
A bridge is a device that replaces a missing tooth or teeth. Crowns are placed on the teeth adjacent to the cap, and these crowns are connected to an abutment tooth that is placed into the gap. Unlike dentures, a bridge is permanently cemented in the smile for security and stability.
A dental implant is a permanent tooth-replacement option that can protect the health and appearance of your smile after you have lost a tooth or had an extraction. Leaving a gap in the smile not only affects the aesthetics of your grin, but it can also cause the rest of your teeth to shift around the gap, creating misalignment. In addition, you may be more susceptible to gum disease and have difficulty chewing and speaking properly.
If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms or if you have already been diagnosed with sleep apnea our practice can help. A dental implant prevents all of these issues. It is a metal post that is surgically inserted into the gums to function as the root of the artificial tooth. Over a period of a few months, the post melds to the jaw bone, creating a sturdy foundation for the abutment tooth and crown restoration. At this point, the implant will look and function like a natural tooth.
- Digital X-Rays
- Diagnostic Dentistry
- Dentures (Full & Partial)