If you want a clean and healthy mouth, you need to do more than just brush and floss daily.
The health of your mouth is directly linked to heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, arthritis and more.
Did you know that 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year in the US? It’s true.
Did you know that an estimated 8% of people clench or grind their teeth while they sleep?
Every day, your teeth lose minerals thanks to acids, plaque, and bacteria in your mouth.
Sealants act as a shield over your enamel and effectively prevents toot decay.
Bring your child to our dentist for an exam and cleaning twice each year
for a beautiful healthy smile.
If you want a healthy beautiful smile that works and feels great, it might be time to consider dental bonding.
Did you know that the first thing a person notices when they meet you is your smile?
if you are unhappy with the aesthetics of your smile, don’t worry, porcelain veneers can help.
If you are missing one or more teeth, you are not alone. More than 178 million people in America are missing at least one tooth.
With today’s advancement in technology, it is possible to replace missing teeth in just one day.
Dentures are removable appliances that replace one or more missing teeth to restore both function and aesthetics.
Tooth damage and decay happens, and our dentists are ready to restore your teeth with composite fillings.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cover or cap placed over your tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance.
Regardless of the variety of reasons, you can replace your missing teeth with a dental bridge.
Periodontal disease is an infection of your gums and the leading cause of tooth loss in adults.
More than 64 million adults in the US suffer from periodontal disease, the leading cause of tooth loss.
Invisalign® are clear removable aligners that are virtually invisible and made for you and only you.
Root canals are a safe procedure, actually relatively painless, and can save your tooth and smile.
A tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from its socket, and is typically performed by an oral surgeon.
Dental anxiety and phobia are more common than you may think; 10% of Americans avoid the dentist due to fear.