Revitalizing Damaged & Incomplete Smiles

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Cavities are one of the most common oral health problems among patients of all ages. While they’re preventable, infrequent brushing and flossing, an unbalanced diet, and other problems can cause decay to develop. When it does, it’s important to treat it as early as possible to keep it from spreading and prevent an infection from forming. We use a biocompatible, tooth-colored composite resin material to treat the issue without drawing attention to it. The treatment doesn’t take long, and with the proper care, you can expect your filling to last for more than a decade.

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Dental crowns can either be utilized on their own to repair severely damaged or decayed teeth, or they can be fused to free-standing replacement teeth to restore missing ones in the form of a bridge. Regardless of which restoration you require, it can be crafted from a wide array of materials, including Emax, zirconia, and porcelain, which can all be customized to match the natural appearance of your surrounding teeth. 

CEREC One-Visit Dental Crowns

Traditionally, the process of getting a dental crown takes place over the course of two appointments spaced across a matter of weeks. To make the process more convenient for patients with busy schedules or those who don’t want to have to get a temporary restoration, we offer convenient, beautiful, and custom-crafted CEREC same-day crowns. These are milled right here in our dental office, so we won’t need to involve a dental laboratory in crafting your restoration. Instead, our team will take care of the entire process in about an hour.


Dentures are a tried-and-true tooth replacement treatment that can benefit patients who are missing one or both rows of their teeth as well as several teeth along an arch. They’re custom-crafted to look completely natural, utilizing high-quality materials like gum-colored acrylic and lifelike ceramic teeth to create a flawless-looking smile. Full dentures utilize natural suction to stay in place over the gums, while partial dentures are designed to fit like a puzzle piece between your existing teeth. Both options can restore the complete function and appearance of your mouth.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are an advanced, stable tooth replacement option that looks and feels completely natural. This is because the dental implants are placed beneath the gums to restore the root structure of your missing teeth. Then, once they have fused with the jawbone, our team can attach a dental crown, bridge, or denture to them to restore any number of teeth. You can learn more about this treatment by scheduling a consultation with our team or clicking the link below.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you have several dental concerns that you’d like to address, such as damaged teeth, missing teeth, and cosmetic issues, then a full mouth reconstruction may be the best option. Our team will take a thorough, comprehensive look at your mouth to create a plan to rebuild and rehabilitate it, making it look and feel healthier than ever. Your treatment will likely include multiple cosmetic and restorative procedures, and we’ll lay out a detailed timeline for you to map out what your reconstruction journey will look like.

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