If you need a cavity filled or want to replace an amalgam filling, we use composite fillings. These tooth-colored fillings are made from a durable composite resin and are a more aesthetic way to restore a tooth after a cavity.
Our oral pathology exams check for abnormalities of the soft tissue and tongue. We look for changes in the tissue’s color and texture and for any lumps, bumps, or cysts. These subtle changes may not be noticeable to patients, but we know exactly what to look for.
The frenulum is the small piece of tissue that connects the upper lip and the tongue to the mouth. If causing too much restriction, this tissue can lead to problems with nursing, speech, swallowing, a gap between the front teeth, and more. We’ll correct these issues with a frenectomy that reduces or removes this piece of tissue.
If your tooth has suffered more extensive decay or when you damage a cusp of a tooth, we’ll replace the strength and structure of your tooth with a porcelain or composite resin. Inlays restore the inside portion of the tooth, while onlays replace a section of a tooth.
We restore teeth that have cosmetic or functional issues with dental crowns and use dental bridges to replace a missing tooth. Our CEREC technology allows us to complete this restorative process in just one convenient appointment.
Teeth that don’t come together properly when you bite can lead to many uncomfortable problems. We’ll restore a more harmonious bite with an occlusal adjustment by removing conflicting parts of your tooth enamel.
If you grind your teeth, you risk your teeth becoming damaged or decayed and looking worn down. We’ll treat your bruxism with a custom oral appliance you can wear at night. This appliance keeps your teeth from touching and allows your jaws and muscles to relax and rebalance.
We can give you a straight, white smile without any orthodontics or teeth whitening. Snap-On Smile is a custom-made appliance that fits over your natural teeth, giving the illusion of a picture-perfect smile.
Your painful tooth may be due to decay or infection inside the tooth. We’ll perform root canal therapy to remove infection and replace the structure of your tooth. We may cap it with a dental crown to restore aesthetics and strength.
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