We provide a wide range of comfortable, durable, and aesthetically pleasing dental treatments including:
Cosmetic dentistry (smile makeovers), root canals, crowns, porcelain veneers, bridges, dental implants, extractions, wisdom teeth removal, children’s dentistry (pediatric), sedation dentistry for both children and adults, dental emergencies 24/7 and a full range of orthodontic treatment including Invisalign, ceramic and traditional braces.
Our first concern is your comfort and safety, so we employ non-invasive techniques and tools wherever possible, and we eagerly embrace new technology that improves your dental experience.
For example, we use a state-of-the-art 3D CT scanner to take impressions of your teeth, so you’ll never experience the discomfort of having tooth impression go in your mouth. We also use instant digital x-ray technology that’s less intense (safer), faster, and more comfortable than traditional film-based x-rays.
Call us today to review your options and design a custom treatment plan that fits your needs and budget. With over 20 years experience, hundreds of hours of continuing education, and a state of the art facility, we can help renew your greatest asset, a beautiful smile!
What We Offer
At a Glance
Recent innovations now allow us to replace old silver fillings with composite or porcelain fillings that are stronger, safer and more natural looking.
Pediatric Dental Services
Our dentists are comfortable with all phases of children’s dental care, including cleanings, fillings, orthodontia, crowns and more.
If sleep apnea keeps you or your spouse awake, our dentists can offer a simple solution and alternative to CPAP.
We offer a full range of orthodontic treatment including Invisalign, ceramic and traditional braces.
From tooth whitening to tooth replacement; cosmetic dentistry can give you the beautiful smile you deserve.
With sedation dentistry (snooze), we have helped fearful children and adults receive the dental treatment they need.
An extraction is performed when a tooth becomes impacted because it is prevented from growing into its normal position.
When you lose a tooth, a dental implant may be needed to replace the tooth root and crown.