Includes removal of infected nerve within a tooth, smoothing of the canal, filling the canal with a rubber dental material, and restoring the crown structure.
Includes removal of tooth decay, acid etching, adhesive agents, liners and bases, and resin-based composites (white fillings).
Includes lab-fabricated porcelain (tooth color), porcelain fused to metal (tooth color), and gold crowns.
Includes lab-fabricated porcelain fused to metal (tooth color) and gold inlays and onlays.
Advanced Gum Treatments
Deep cleanings (Root Planing and Scaling) involve instrumentation of the crown and root surfaces of the teeth to remove plaque and tartar from these surfaces. It is indicated for patients with gum disease and is therapeutic in nature. Deep cleanings are designed for the removal of cementum and dentin that is rough, and/or permeated by tartar or contaminated with toxins or microorganisms. Some gum tissue removal occurs. This procedure may be used as a main treatment in some stages of gum disease and/or as a part of pre-surgical procedure in others.
Lightly mechanically and/or chemically prepared tooth surface sealed to prevent decay.
A non-invasive orthodontic appliance used to maintain the space when a baby tooth has been lost. Prevents other teeth from moving forward and allows permanent tooth the erupt in the proper area.
Removable dental appliances, which are designed to minimize the effects of grinding and other occlusal factors.
Minor Tooth Movement
A clear plastic retainer used to create slight movement or closing minor spaces.
We monitor each of our patients’ progress and make sure they receive regular cleanings, home care instructions, up to date diagnostic x-rays, and periodic exams to help prevent future dental problems.