Cosmetic dentistry can give you the perfect smile

A beautiful smile is an important personal and professional asset, and cosmetic dentistry strives to make sure you always have a smile you’ll love to share.

Brighten your smile with teeth whithening

Discolored teeth is the most common complaint people have about their smile. Teeth whitening helps you turn back the clock and look younger with dramatically whiter teeth.

Man with a great smile

Dental bonding is a great cosmetic procedure that lets us reshape teeth that are poorly formed, chipped, or have minor gaps. It’s economical and can be completed in a single visit.

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Porcelain veneers are highly attractive ceramic facades that can be installed on the front of your teeth to reshape and beautify the teeth. They are durable and can give you a new, beautiful smile in just a few visits.

Happy woman holding Invisalign aligner

Invisalign allows us to straighten your teeth without the need for metal wires and brackets. With removable clear plastic aligners, you can enjoy all your favorite foods and don’t have to brush and floss around the wires.

Healthy smile with braces

Six Month Smiles is a remarkable new application of wires and brackets to straighten teeth faster–about six months for most patients. And with streamlined office visits, you’ll love the convenience.

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Dental implants are tooth replacements that are almost exactly like your natural teeth: they look like teeth, function like teeth, don’t come out, and they just require normal maintenance to last a lifetime.

Smiling with amazing dentures

Modern dentures aren’t like the ones your grandparents had. New You Dentures look natural, are comfortable to wear, and with the help of dental implants, you’ll be able to enjoy all your favorite foods.

General dentistry is preventative dentistry

Dental health is the foundation of a beautiful smile–and the continued health of your body. From checkups to dental crowns, general dentistry protects and restores your dental health.

Woman covering her mouth because bad breath

Gum disease is the most common cause of lost teeth among adults. We can treat this chronic infection to protect your teeth and your body from the effects of systemic inflammation.

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Fillings are used when cavities damage teeth. In the past, fillings were often made of metal amalgam, which was unattractive and unhealthy. New white fillings protect teeth and look good.

Actual Dental Crowns Patient

Dental crowns provide an entirely new surface to your tooth. This protects and beautifies damaged teeth–and it can support a dental bridge to replace a missing tooth.

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When a tooth is infected, root canal therapy is used to remove the infection and return the tooth to full function. The restored tooth can function for 10, 20 years, or more!

Young woman with jaw pain

Temporomandibular joint disorders (called TMJ or TMD) affect your jaw muscles, joints, nerves, and other systems to create dysfunction that causes jaw pain, headaches, tinnitus, and other symptoms.

Woman sitting in living room

Myofunctional therapy uses exercises to help train facial muscles to function properly, which can encourage development of the teeth, jaw, and airway to reduce the need for orthodontics, TMJ treatment, and sleep apnea treatment.

Sleep apnea can cause daytime sleepiness

Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening condition in which breathing stops during sleep. To resume breathing, you have to awaken slightly, so your body suffers oxygen deprivation and loss of sleep.

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Traditional orthodontics focuses mostly on straightening teeth, but functional orthodontics works not only to straighten teeth, but also to help the jaws develop into a healthy size and shape.