To learn more about a dental treatment, click on a procedure below.

A dental implant most often takes the form of a small, screw-shaped titanium post that replaces the root-part of a missing tooth.

Crowns and Bridgework
A crown completely covers a tooth above the gum line. This is in contrast to a dental veneer, which only covers a tooth's front surface and needs natural tooth structure to support it. 

Digital X-Rays
State-of-the-art digital x-rays have made the technology even safer and more beneficial.

Bonding uses tooth-colored materials to replace missing tooth structure or hide cosmetically unappealing minor defects in a tooth — chips, discoloration, and even minor spacing irregularities.

Fillings do just what the name implies — seal a small hole in your tooth, i.e., a cavity, caused by decay. 

Root Canal
Root Canal Treatment — also called endodontics (“endo” – inside, “dont” – tooth) — is a set of specialized procedures designed to treat problems of the soft pulp (nerve) tissue inside the tooth. 

Oral Hygiene
Regular dental visits play a critical role in maintaining your oral health — not only to find and remedy any problems with teeth or gums, but also to assess the general condition of your oral health

Periodontal Treatment
Periodontal therapy includes both surgical and non-surgical techniques to restore health to the tissues that support the teeth (gums and bone) and prevent tooth loss. 

Teeth whitening done in a professional dental setting is a safe, effective way to brighten your smile.

In dentistry, a veneer is a wafer-thin layer of super-strong porcelain that convincingly substitutes for natural tooth enamel. 

If you have lost an entire arch of teeth (top and/or bottom), or are soon to have your remaining teeth removed because they are too unhealthy to save, you may be able to replace them with fixed dentures supported by dental implants.