You should see a dental professional twice a year in keeping with the recommendation of the ADA or American Dental Association. By frequently seeing the dentist, we are able to notice the early signs of most oral health issues and react with minimal treatment options. These six month checkups give us the chance to act durting the earliest stages of disease, when treatments are the most effective.
Periodontal disease is commonly referred to as gum disease. This occurs when plaque and tartar buildup at the gum line irritates or damages the soft tissue. We offer numerous periodontal therapies to renew oral health following gum disease.
Yes. We prefer for any of our patients to call us to prevent further pain or damage done to your oral health. We provide same day emergency dentistry appointments, so waiting is never an issue. We do our best for patients of record in need of urgent dental care. If we’re unable to see you immediately, we’ll walk you through first aid and pain management over the phone.
Your children are always welcome at our office. We provide children’s dentistry and make sure to create a safe and comfortable environment for children and adults too.
We recommend dental implants to anyone who is missing one or more teeth. Your gum is at a higher risk of bacterial infection when left exposed, but we have treatment options, such as Dental Implants to get you back on track to a healthy smile.
Our teeth whitening treatments are extremely effective, we are able to deliver results up to ten shades whiter in most cases.
We are in-network with most major dental insurance providers. If you're unsure then we are more than happy to answer any questions you have pertaining to your insurance.