- Prophylaxis: Routine cleaning, recommended at least twice a year, is a series of procedures in which calculus, stains, and other buildups are removed from the crowns and roots of the teeth, and the enamel surfaces are polished.
- Fluoride Treatment: A simple procedure in which fluoride is applied with a swab, brush, tray, or mouthwash to support healthy tooth enamel and fight the bacteria that harm teeth and gums.
- Oral Cancer Exam: Your first line of defense in early detection of the disease, which kills one American every hour of every day. Your dentist will check for patches, sores, and lumps or other abnormalities in the tissue of your mouth.
- Root Canal Therapy: Utilized to rescue a damaged tooth from extraction and possible when only the interior of the tooth has been affected by cleaning out the diseased tissue, refilling its interior with a biocompatible material, and applying a strengthening restoration on top.
- Extraction: Pulling a tooth whether it’s due to damage, decay, infection, or overcrowding. Your dentist will ensure a local anesthetic is used and you’re totally comfortable.
- Fillings & Sealants: A restorative procedure that helps teeth reclaim their natural shape and function by filling in cavities caused by tooth decay.
- Invisalign: The most advanced clear, orthodontic solution this is a personalized tooth straightening option for adults and teenagers. Invisalign is wire-free, smooth, and clear custom mold plastic that snaps into place over your teeth. You change out sets every few weeks until your teeth reach their correct position.
- Six Month Smiles: Very similar to traditional braces, but clear with white wires. A cheaper option for those interested in Invisalign.
- Veneers, Crowns, & Bridges: Options for covering damaged, stained, or badly shaped teeth. A veneer a thin, tooth-colored piece cemented onto the front of a tooth while a covers most or all of a damaged tooth, and a bridge attaches to two or more crowns to fill the space of a missing tooth.
- Dental Implants: A better option than dentures and bridges, are a titanium post (like a tooth root) that is surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gum line that allows your dentist to mount replacement teeth or a bridge into that area.