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Information About Dentistry Procedures

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Drill-free fillings ease a patient’s fear and anxiety through the use of a micro-air wand instead of a traditional drill to remove damaging decay.

Tooth-colored fillings are a safer, more attractive alternative to metal fillings that blend well with natural teeth compared to metal fillings.

Dental inlays are used to fill cavities with a solid substance, like porcelain or gold, for long-lasting results to save decaying and damaged teeth.

Dental onlays are larger in size than dental inlays, and are used to replace one or more decayed cusps, or bumps, on the tooth’s chewing surface.

Digital impressions use advanced technology to make a precise model of the teeth cleanly, and painlessly for better-fitting restoration treatments.

A root canal procedure addresses the tooth’s pulp and nerve and is performed on an infected tooth to prevent chronic pain and possible tooth loss.

To prevent tooth decay, sealant can be applied to the chewing surfaces on the back of the teeth to keep food and germs from adhering to this area.

Dental implants are a cosmetic dentistry solution for patients, who are missing teeth or those who need to replace extracted teeth for a natural look.

With All-on-4 implants, patients can improve their teeth and bite with dental implants that have both restorative and cosmetic dentistry benefits.

Implant supported dentures provide stable, comfortable teeth without the need for adhesives or pastes, which are made removable for regular cleaning.

Single-tooth dental implants are effective in replacing a missing tooth, and its root for long-standing results and a natural-looking appearance.

Veneers are thin, natural-looking porcelain shells that cover existing teeth to close gaps, whiten, lengthen and properly align teeth for aesthetics.

Porcelain crowns act as a tooth’s outer surface to restore damaged teeth back to the original form, and functioning with a smooth, natural appearance.

Invisalign clear braces straighten teeth with aligner trays, which have been customized for the patient's aesthetic goals, for a near invisible look.

A smile makeover can include any number of procedures, like veneers and whitening, designed to improve a patient’s smile for an enhanced appearance.

Smile rejuvenation treatments involve cosmetic dentistry procedures, which address missing, misaligned, gapped or disproportionate teeth.

Philips Zoom! teeth whitening is a highly effective aesthetic dentistry treatment that’s used to brighten discolored teeth for a more dazzling smile.

To improve the smile, dental bonding involves applying a matching tooth-colored plastic material to the tooth, which hardens with a special light.

Dental bridges are replacement teeth that effectively bridge the gap between missing teeth in order to restore a patient’s smile and confidence.

Gapped teeth can be effectively transformed with cosmetic dentistry procedures, like porcelain veneers, dental bonding or Invisalign® clear braces.

Aesthetic gum reshaping is a painless procedure that changes the appearance of a gummy smile by recontouring the gums with advanced laser technology.

Gum bleaching treatments lightens dark gum tissue to help patients achieve pinker gums for an overall healthier-looking smile and better-looking gums.

A bite analysis involves the use of advanced technology to measure teeth’s stability, along with the timing and level of force for individual teeth.

Dental examinations are thorough assessments of a patient’s mouth to spot and address any dental issues and prevent decay and damage from occurring.

Dental cleanings involve using professional-grade equipment to fully clean the teeth’s surface and below the gum line for healthier teeth and gums.

Dental hygiene maintains your health through oral cancer screenings, deep cleanings, and spotting any problems before they become serious.

Tooth decay and cavities can cause pain and lead to tooth loss, but can be prevented or treated through preventative, and/or restorative procedures.

Gum disease, or periodontal disease, can take on several forms, which can get progressively worse and lead to pain, tooth loss and other diseases.

Loose teeth are a result of advanced gum disease, damaged bone and gum tissue, inadequate support structure and other non-dental health issues.

A periodontal treatment is used to reduce the symptoms of gum disease, along with preventing long-term issues, to improve and maintain oral health.

Many sleep apnea/snoring patients benefit from a snoring appliance, which looks like a mouth guard, and is comfortable and effective against snoring.

Snoring or sleep apnea is a medical condition, which blocks the airway and interferes with normal breathing while sleeping and causes loud snoring.

With a laser decay detector, dentists effectively use this revolutionary technology to find even the smallest amounts of decay in a timelier manner.

Dentists use iTero® digital impressions to digitally record teeth after they are prepared for new restorations, the opposing teeth and occlusion.

With 3D X-rays, dentists can get unobstructed, more detailed imaging of a patient’s teeth, mouth, face, and neck to customize a better treatment plan.

Computerized X-rays use special sensors, in the place of film to reduce radiation exposure, as compared to a traditional X-ray, for safer results.

Part of a newer generation of dental lasers, the diode laser is more advanced, safer, gentler and boasts superior results with greater reliability.

The WaterLase® Laser provides more sanitary, more precise dental work that is virtually pain-free, while reducing trauma and leading to less downtime.

Intra-Oral TV involves a tiny, pen-sized camera that’s used to look inside of a patient’s mouth for current problems and to prevent future issues.

Oral sedation dentistry utilizes medication taken by mouth, to relax a patient during traumatic dental procedures to effectively alleviate anxiety.

We use new, advanced technology with our quiet dental drills, and eliminate the noise and fear often associated with older, traditional dental drills.

Sedation with nitrous oxide involves a mixture of gases in which a patient breathes through a nose piece in order to provide a more relaxed visit.