Routine Dentistry

Our goal is always to help our patients maintain their oral health
while caring for and protecting their natural teeth.


Maintaining oral health includes good home care and regular visits to our office for preventive care, which includes oral examinations, cleanings and dental sealants. Even with excellent care, however, teeth and gums can be susceptible to disease, infection, cavities, cracks, or other forms of damage.

Comprehensive examinations of the mouth, teeth, surrounding gum tissues, and supporting bone structures help with early detection and treatment of problematic conditions.

Restorative dentistry helps preserve natural teeth. Using tooth-colored composite material, restorative dentistry is used to restore the function and integrity of the tooth structure, function, and health, while maintaining a natural appearance.

Our office also specializes in cosmetic dentistry. This means that we not only pay attention to the health and function of your teeth, but we also pay close attention to aesthetics. We want you to maintain great oral health but we also want you to have a beautiful smile and the confidence to smile often!


Routine Cleanings


The dental examination is a diagnostic evaluation of a patient’s overall oral health and hygiene.

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Dental Fillings


Identifying and addressing cavities early can prevent the need for more complex and costly dental procedures.

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Dental Inlays and Onlays


For larger cavities or a tooth with decay in more than one area, an inlay or onlay may be the best restorative solution.

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Dental Implants


Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed or removable replacement teeth and can aid in the prevention of bone loss in the jaw.

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Dental Bridges


A bridge may be used to restore an area with one or more adjacent missing teeth.

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Dentures


Dentures can be fixed or removable, partial or full, and implant supported or not.

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TMJ Services


TMJ disorders often cause discomfort in the cheek, jaw, or ear areas and can affect normal jaw function.

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Root Canals


During this procedure, the crown of the tooth is opened, allowing the doctor to access the root canal.

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