3D CT Scanning
3D CT scanning is a type of dental x-ray image that enables us to see bone, soft tissue and even nerve pathways in one detailed view. Most often, these images are needed prior to surgery or when creating a treatment plan for implant patients
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that is essential for patients who have areas of bone loss around the jaw. Bone loss can often occur as a result of a variety of...
Botox for TMJ
TMD, also known as temporomandibular joint dysfunction, is a common condition that causes the hinge joint that attaches the lower jaw to the skull to become painful, stiff or inflamed.
Dermal Fillers for Dental
Most people think of Botox and dermal fillers as only being used for cosmetic reasons. However, most dermal fillers can be used to treat a variety of dental and oral conditions.
Digital Impressions (iTero)
The iTero digital scanning device can be used to take highly-detailed images and scans of your teeth. These digital-based impressions can be used to create restorations like veneers, crowns, bridge work and even dentures.
Intra-oral cameras are helpful in allowing us to see everything going on inside your mouth. Rather than a typical examination, this camera magnifies everything that it...
Occlusal & Sports Guards
Mouthguards can protect teeth from grinding, or from a sports injury. Our custom mouthguards are durable, and are custom fit, making them comfortable and easily worn while sleeping, or during your favorite sporting event.
Oral Cancer Screening
Oral cancer can affect adults of any and all ages. Some patients are more at risk of developing oral cancer, like those who smoke or use chewing tobacco.
Oral surgery is specifically designed to enhance, restore and protect your smile. We offer many different surgical procedures that can be done on both adult and pediatric patients.
Orthodontic treatment is designed to realign and correct the look of your smile. Regardless of your age, it's never too late to start loving how you look.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth will typically begin to develop around the time a person reaches adulthood. Unfortunately, if there isn't enough room for the teeth to come in properly, they become impacted underneath the gums.