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The newest materials make it very easy to change the shape of your teeth, using veneers and crowns.

Whitening toothpaste may whiten teeth slightly by removing surface stains, but will not alter the natural color of your teeth. For more effective whitening techniques, call our office for a consultation.

As long as the toothpaste is approved by the ADA, choose the toothpaste you like the best and will USE!

Our office offers CareCredit, a health-care financing option that allows patients to get the care they need when they need it. We also offer a 90-day payment plan or a discount for full payment at time of service.

We don’t like going to the dentist either! We understand your fear and do everything we can to make you comfortable. In extreme cases, we are happy to discuss alternatives with the patient.

Dental X-rays are one of the lowest radiation dose medical procedures performed. Our office uses digital X-ray equipment which keeps your exposure to a minimum.

A dental sealant is a composite coating applied to the chewing surfaces of back teeth. They are generally placed after the permanent teeth come in. Sealants can last well into our adult years.

We love what we do. Our personal relationships with our patients motivate us to focus on the overall health and happiness of the patient, not just their oral hygiene. We use only the latest and most effective procedures for the best quality care you can find.

Only a thorough dental exam including pocket probing will be able to tell you if you have gum disease. Bleeding, red, and sometimes swollen gums are usually initial signs that the disease may be present.

Flossing is very important to clean between the teeth. This should be done at least once a day to help prevent decay and gum disease.

There are many options to brighten your smile. Whitening, bonding, and veneers are just a few. Set up a consultation for your own personalized treatment plan.

Porcelain veneers are very thin wafers of porcelain that are bonded to the front of your teeth. They can be used to perform instant orthodontics, closing spaces as well as brightening your smile.

Dental implants are the new state-of-art way to replace missing teeth. They can also be used to secure loose dentures and partial plates. Many people shy away from implant treatment because they fear it may be too painful. In actuality, most people say the implant phase of treatment was the easiest part.