Lighten dark or stained teeth with at-home treatment, or with a 1-hour, in-office system called ZOOM! Advanced Power. This revolutionary systems is safe, effective and fast. In fact, in just over an hour, your teeth will be dramatically whiter. It’s a great alternative to a gradual whitening done through days of wearing trays.
Porcelain is applied to the front of a tooth, dramatically improving its position, size, color and shape. Created in a dental laboratory, these restorations provide a permanent solution in just two clinical procedures.
Chipped, stained or worn teeth are repaired with a composite resin applied directly onto the tooth’s surface. Restore or enhance your smile in a single visit.
This procedure corrects severe decay or misalignment, as well as teeth that have undergone root canal therapy. Crowns are fabricated in a laboratory to provide a stable bite and enhanced aesthetics.
Porcelain or a composite material is used to replace missing teeth. A bridge spans the site of the missing tooth, restoring your bite and creating a pleasant smile..
Performed to save a tooth when the root becomes diseased, it involves removal of the infected area and then the tooth is covered with a crown to protect it.
This procedure is used to replace missing teeth. Fixtures are inserted into underlying bone, serving as a base for an artificial tooth. A natural-looking crown is then connected to the top of the implant.
Whether full or partial, dentures are a removable solution for replacement of multiple or completely missing teeth.
Tooth-colored fillings (metal free)
Cavities are filled with a thin composite material that matches the color of the tooth. Looks natural when patients smile.
Preventative Gum Treatment
Because healthy gums are crucial to healthy teeth, prescription
mouth washes and other treatments are available to prevent
Tooth extraction is a procedure to remove a tooth from
its socket. It is commonly performed and may be a simple
extraction or a surgical extraction.
Invisalign is a series of removable, clear aligners that both orthodontists and dentists use to promote an invisible way of straightening teeth.