Sedation Dentistry

Millions of people are afraid of the dentist, and that fear keeps them from receiving the dental care they need. Whether it’s routine checkups or emergency dentistry…

Cosmetic Dentistry

If you hide your smile due to stained, crooked, or broken teeth or unhealthy gums, cosmetic dentistry may be the answer. From a single tooth restoration to a complete makeover…

Teeth Whitening

Many of our everyday activities such as drinking coffee, eating certain foods and smoking can take their toll on our teeth, leaving them stained and dark.

Gum Therapy

The gums are the foundation of the mouth – if they’re not healthy, the effects can be felt in the teeth, jaw, tongue, and surrounding flesh of the mouth and throat.

Root Canals

The root canal is the part of the tooth that contains the dental pulp, which nourishes the tooth to keep it strong and healthy. Unfortunately, infection can damage the pulp…


Dental implants are small screws, usually made of titanium, resembling a tooth root and attached to the jaw bone to support tooth replacements such as crowns and bridges.

Crown and Bridges

Crowns and bridges replace individual teeth lost due to gum disease, injury, or other causes, restoring the look and health of your smile. Both complete the smile…


Braces have long been the preferred method for straightening teeth, correcting overbites, eliminating food traps, and improving the smile.

Digital X-rays

X-rays are an essential part of proper dental treatment, as they allow the dentist and dental hygienist to see what’s going on within the tooth and beneath the gums.

Dental Extractions

While the ultimate goal of dentistry is to keep the teeth healthy and intact, sometimes, the overall health of the mouth necessitates that an individual tooth be removed.