All our treatments are customized for our patients’ needs. Do you need sedation or single-tooth anesthesia for your treatment?
Are you nervous when you come to the dentist? We take everything into consideration and make sure we build a plan that will address your dental goals as efficiently and comfortably as possible.
We understand that your fear of the dentist comes from a very real place and is not easily reversed. We work with you so that when you are visiting us in the office, you will be at ease, knowing all considerations have been addressed.
Dental procedures do not mean that you have to feel anxiety or pain. Sedation dentistry allows you to begin the sedation process the evening before your appointment, so you’re not up all night, stressed about the upcoming treatment. Most of our patients don’t even remember their treatments.
This procedure means no more novocaine administered with big needles, no more fat lip when you leave your appointment. Single-tooth anesthesia is a painless option, without the big needle.
Move your teeth faster and more comfortably than with traditional braces, with the added benefit of having other people unaware that you are wearing them!
Teeth whitening and veneers allow you to kick your smile goals over the top with a natural, attractive look. Some treatments, like our Pro Sys take-home professional whitening system, can even be done in the comfort of your own home.
Implants are artificial teeth that, when placed, naturally bond with your jawbone, making them the next best thing to your natural teeth.
The CPAP will always be the gold standard for treating sleep apnea, but it’s only effective if you wear it. The CPAP Alternative is a more comfortable mouth appliance that opens your airway at night. It works by guiding your lower jaw forward, keeping your tongue from falling into your airway.
Dentures & Denture-Supported Implants
Losing your teeth is not an easy thing to go through. With dentures and denture-supported implants, we can build a strategy to give you the smile you are missing. Don’t worry: you will never go without teeth during any step in the process.
Preventative and Periodontal Care
Staying on top of your dental health is of the utmost importance. Six-month cleanings and checkups, as well as regular checks if you have periodontia, can keep your mouth nice and clean.