General Dentistry

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Pediatric Dentistry

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Crowns & Bridges

Dental crowns and bridges are two common types of dental restorations that are used to restore both function and appearance to the smile.

  • A crown is a type of dental restoration that encapsulates a severely damaged natural tooth.
  • A bridge is a type of dental restoration that spans a space left by one or more missing teeth.

Both crowns and bridges are custom-made from materials that match the color of your natural teeth, so they blend in seamlessly with your smile.


Dentures are oral prosthetic devices that are used to replace missing teeth. They are typically made of either acrylic or metal, and they fit over the gums to provide a natural-looking smile. Denture appliances can be removable or fixed, and they can be partial or full; we offer a variety of different styles of dentures at our practice so that you can pick the best option for you!

Dentures play an important role in restorative oral health, as they help to regain the function of your teeth and improve the appearance of your smile. Missing teeth can cause a lack of confidence and difficulty with speaking and eating. Dentures can help to prevent these problems by providing support for the cheeks and lips, restoring the smile, and allowing you to eat and speak normally again.

If you are missing teeth, dentures may be the right solution for you! We invite you to contact our practice today to learn more about dentures and to schedule an appointment with our skilled dental professionals.

Root Canals

A root canal is a treatment utilized to repair and save a tooth that has become infected as a result of advanced stages of decay or fracture. During a root canal procedure, the inflamed nerves and pulp are removed, and the interior of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Without treatment, the infection may be able to spread to surrounding teeth and gum tissues, leading to an abscess or damage to the jawbone.

Root canal treatment is used to save teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted. This treatment can be performed on patients of any age and is typically recommended when the tooth shows signs of infection, such as:

  • Severe toothache or pain upon chewing
  • Sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures
  • Swelling or tenderness in the gums around the affected tooth
  • A small, pimple-like bump on the gums near the affected tooth
  • Discoloration or darkening of the tooth

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Learn More About General Dentistry

WebMD: What to Expect at the Dentist
Healthline: Everything You Need to Know About Dental and Oral Health
Colgate: 10 Common Questions To Ask Your Dentist
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