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Available Services

Composite Fillings

A filling repairs and restores the surface of a tooth with a white composite material that has been damaged by either decay, fracture, wear, or recession. 

Oral Surgery & Extractions

Extractions may be necessary when a tooth has severe decay, fractures, is periodontally involved, or an infection present.


A crown restores a tooth's shape, size, and strength. It fully encases the visible portion of your tooth. This procedure is performed when there is severe decay present, or the tooth is worn, cracked, or broken.

Dentures & Partial Dentures

Dentures and Partial Dentures are removable prosthetics that are fabricated as an alternative to replace missing teeth.

Root Canals

A root canal is performed to salvage a tooth that is severely injured, cracked, or when there is decay into the pulp. If a dying tooth is left untreated, pain or abscesses are common.


Bridges are a fixed, non removable option to replace missing teeth. Similar to crowns, they fully encase the visible portion of your tooth.


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Emergency Services

If you are experiencing severe pain, swelling of any kind, a newly broken tooth, pus and/or bleeding, you are likely experiencing a dental emergency.  Typically the first thing needed is an exam and x-ray to diagnose and treat the condition.

Healthy Mouth Cleanings

Routine prophylaxis type cleanings are performed in the absence of periodontal disease. This treatment is performed on a typical six month basis by one of our two amazing dental hygienists.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a non-invasive procedure that enhances and restores the natural color of teeth. There are many types of whitening that may include results from a single in-office whitening procedure, or traditional take home whitening. 

Periodontal Disease & Treatments

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy is a "deep cleaning" type procedure performed to intervene and disrupt the buildup of bacteria contributing to bone loss.


The ultimate in durability and support, dental implants can either replace a single missing tooth, or can permanently support a prosthesis to restore a full arch of lost teeth.

Periodontal Maintenance

In order to maintain your current bone levels following a diagnosis and prior treatment of Periodontal Disease, a Periodontal Maintenance is cleaning type procedure performed more frequently at a three to four month interval to prevent the surplus buildup of bacteria that contributes to Periodontal Disease.

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