Information About Dentistry Procedures

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Routine dental cleanings are an essential part in maintaining sufficient oral and dental health by preventing tooth decay and gum disease.

Dental examinations are provided to evaluate your overall dental and oral health in order to catch any signs of disease or decay early on.

Dental sealants provide protection against cavities and tooth decay, and help increase your oral health by blocking bacteria and buildup.

Night guards are provided for individuals suffering from nighttime teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, that can cause pain and discomfort.

Fluoride treatments are a form of cavity prevention that can be given to children or adults who want to minimize tooth decay and protect their smile.

Periodontal treatments are used to eliminate various stages of gum disease by removing excess plaque and tartar buildup that can create bacteria.

Dental implants are used to replace a missing tooth or teeth by using surgically placed metal posts to create a more durable foundation.

Hybrid implants are used to replace several or all of your missing teeth by placing posts into the jawbone to create a sturdy restoration.

Implant-retained bridges are a sturdy and secure way to replace missing teeth by surgically implanting titanium posts that can support new teeth.

Dental bonding and contouring is a procedure that can help to restore chipped or decaying teeth, discoloration, staining, fractures, etc.

At-home teeth whitening uses prescription-strength bleaching products and custom mouth trays to allow patients to enhance their smiles at home.

Porcelain veneers can help enhance your smile and conceal discoloration, stains, and decay by placing a porcelain cover over the tooth.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to treat cavities and tooth decay by replacing the area with a composite resin that can match the shade of your teeth.

Zoom teeth whitening is performed as both an in-office and at-home teeth whitening treatment to help reduce staining and discoloration.

Dental crowns help to save and restore teeth that are worn down or damaged by using a choice of materials to stabilize or enhance the tooth.

Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth in order to improve the appearance, durability, and functionality of your smile.

Inlays and onlays are forms of dental restorations that can be used to treat damaged or decayed teeth before the issue advances.

Root canal treatments work to remove the infected pulp within a tooth, which is then filled and sealed to protect it from further decay.

Digital x-rays provide a comprehensive look at a patient's dental and oral health by revealing issues at the start of their development.

Nitrous oxide sedation is a form of sedation dentistry that allows patients to feel relaxed and comfortable during their dental procedure.

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