Services

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Opalescence Boost Whitening

 

Every day, we expose ourselves to a number of different factors that cause our teeth to stain, including coffee, tobacco, soft drinks, wine, tea, and inconsistent brushing habits.

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Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers use a thin material that is layered on to the damaged area of the tooth.

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Invisalign

Invisalign® is the dental restoration that is paving the way towards a brand new path to perfect smiles! They are removed whenever you eat, brush your teeth or floss, and have to be changed every two weeks. 

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Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding is a procedure that fills in gaps in your broken, chipped or cracked teeth. This type of restoration is an example of cosmetic surgery. It is somewhat similar to fillings; however with dental bonding, it looks and feels more real than fillings.

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Composite Fillings

Composite fillings are tooth-colored materials that help fill any part of your tooth that is decayed. The dentist simply removes the decayed portion while you are anesthetized and cleans it thoroughly to make sure that no bacteria are left when the tooth is filled.

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Dental Implants

A dental implant mimics the form and function of a natural tooth, which consists of a root and a crown. The crown is the visible part of your tooth. It is used to chew food and is therefore the most susceptible to cavities.

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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal services are required when the nerve of a tooth is directly affected by bacteria and begins to decay. A root canal is usually done by removing nerves, bacteria and any living tissue that remains in the tooth.

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Fixed Bridges

Fixed bridges are the best solution for replacing missing teeth. This type of restoration makes use of a material that will help fill your gaps in an effective and natural-looking way.

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Crowns

Crowns, or what are sometimes called caps, are used to cover the entire surface of a tooth that can no longer be fixed by fillings, veneers, or other types of customized restorations.

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