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While adults do sometimes need braces, typically it’s our kids who need them. Braces are most often applied from the pre-teen to teen years and may stay on for two to three years on average. Some kids are excited about getting their teeth straightened, but others may be apprehensive. If your child is worried about … Learn More

Cosmetic Dentistry

Our smile is important to how others see us. If we’re self-conscious about our teeth and don’t like to smile, people might think we’re unfriendly or standoffish. If this is you, we can help. There are a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments that can give you back the smile you would like the world … Learn More

Dental Bridge

If you are missing teeth, you’re not alone. The American Dental Association estimates that on average, American adults between 20 and 64 have three decayed or missing teeth. What is a Dental Bridge? A dental bridge consists of two caps on existing teeth, with an artificial tooth (called a pontic) in between. This literally bridges … Learn More

Dental Checkup

We all know we should see our dentist at least once a year for a checkup, but according to a 2014 survey roughly 1/3 of Americans skip their annual checkup, and Southerners are the worst offenders. While it might seem like skipping that checkup will save some money, in the long run, it’s bad for … Learn More

Dental Implants

Losing teeth isn’t just unsightly, it can cause further health problems. Our teeth are part of a complex structure that keeps our mouth, teeth and the supporting bone strong. When we lose a tooth, the underlying bone can atrophy and weaken. This can lead to the loss of other teeth in a domino effect, as … Learn More

Dental Veneers

Chipped, worn, stained, uneven or misaligned teeth may not be health threatening, but they can make us very self-conscious about the appearance of our smile. All of these conditions can be fixed with dental veneers. What is a Dental Veneer? Dental veneers are thin sheets of porcelain or resin that are bonded to the front … Learn More


In cases where you have lost a number of or even all of your teeth, or need to have them removed to protect your health, full or partial dentures (false teeth) will be required. How They Work Once we’ve removed your unwanted teeth and the area has healed, we take an impression of your gums for …  Learn More



Need braces but worry about the effect that ‘metal mouth’ may have on your career or relationships? Invisalign can be the solution you’re looking for. As the name suggests, these molds for correcting your teeth are nearly invisible, and they’re removable. Not really braces in the traditional sense, Invisalign treatments are done with a series … Learn More  

Pediatric Dentist

Children, especially young children, may fear the dentist. Not because of the adult fear of the possible pain or discomfort of dental treatment, but most often because they don’t understand this strange environment. The dental chair with its lights, odd-looking equipment, and strangely dressed people may cause a great deal of anxiety for a young … Learn More


Periodontics is a branch of medicine that focuses on gum, or periodontal disease. Periodontists specialize in the treatment and prevention of these diseases. Periodontal disease is very common. A recent study published in the Journal of Periodontology concluded that 46 percent of adults over the age of 30 in the U.S. suffer from some form … Learn More

R oot Canal

You may have heard horror stories about root canals being terribly complicated and painful procedures, so you’ll be relieved to know that in most cases this is simply not true. In fact, many patients experience no more discomfort from a root canal than from a regular filling. What is a Root Canal? Inside your tooth, … Learn More

Teeth Cleaning

While most of us don’t enjoy teeth cleaning, it’s absolutely essential for our health. Not only does a tooth cleaning help to prevent cavities, but it also removes plaque. A buildup of plaque is where gum disease starts. Of course, there are also the cosmetic benefits of teeth cleaning: a whiter smile and fresher breath. … Learn More

Teeth Whitening

While a number of home teeth whitening treatments have come on the market in recent years that may brighten your smile, they can’t compare to a professional teeth whitening treatment by one of our hygienists. Here’s why… Pre Treatment, It’s important to apply the bleaching agent to perfectly clean teeth. The chemical that actually whitens … Learn More


Tooth Crown / Dental Crown

A dental crown, or cap, is an artificial top for your tooth created in a lab. The crown will look and feel like the top of your real tooth. It will be cemented in place at our office, and the cement is so strong that the crown can only be removed by a dentist. Crowns … Learn More

Tooth Extractions

While we make every effort to save and protect your teeth, there are circumstances where an extraction is required. If the extracted tooth is necessary for proper function of your mouth or would be visible to others, we can replace it with a bridge or dental implant. Wisdom teeth removal is also a common practice …  Learn More

Tooth Fillings

Most of us have one or more fillings. While getting a cavity filled is not a fun experience, we do strive to make it as painless as possible, and of course, it’s completely necessary. If we don’t fill the cavity, in time the tooth will die and have to be removed. Also, the cavity can …  Learn More