TMJ can trigger tension headaches and even migraines. Many doctors don’t make the connection, but drug-free TMJ treatment can help resolve these painful problems.
Sometimes it takes more than one cosmetic dentistry procedure to achieve the smile appearance you desire. That’s when we design a custom smile makeover with all the procedures needed to achieve your goals.
Porcelain veneers can beautify your smile in many ways: repair chips, close gaps, whiten discolored teeth, build up small or worn teeth, and more. They’re beautiful and highly durable.
Are you unhappy with the appearance of old restorations that used to look nice? We can remove these old restorations and give you fresh new ones that you will love.
If you had cavities filled several years ago, you may have metal amalgam or gold fillings that you are unhappy with now. We can remove these and replace them with ceramic or composite fillings.
Discolored, damaged, and worn teeth can make you look years older. Renewing your smile can rejuvenate your appearance without surgical risks, recovery, or scars.
If your teeth have been damaged by wear, accidents, or jaw disorders, you may require an extensive amount of reconstruction. We can restore the health, beauty, and function of your teeth.
Dentures don’t have to look like dentures anymore! Get dentures that look beautiful, function great, and fit comfortably. And you’ll enjoy a more youthful appearance, almost like getting a facelift.
Traditional dentures have changed materials since the 18th century, but little else. We offer many options that utilize the most advanced modern technology to provide beautiful, comfortable, functional, and secure dentures.
Are you unhappy with the thought of having gaps in your smile after you have teeth extracted? Don’t worry–you can have dental implants placed at the same time your natural teeth are removed. Your smile will never have a gap!
CT scans allow us to map out the bone structure of your jaw before we place dental implants. This allows us to plan full mouth replacements of your teeth with unequalled accuracy. Instead of removable dentures, you can enjoy stable, strong, and beautiful implant bridges.
Lasers have made a big impact on many aspects of dentistry, including the treatment of gum disease. Lasers reduce discomfort and speed healing after gum disease treatment.