Reshaping the gum tissue to allow more of the tooth to be seen.
Implants are artificial “roots” that are anchored into the jawbone to replace missing teeth • strengthens the jaw • improves bite and chewing functions
Begins with a sticky film called plaque • plaque irritates the gums and causes inflammation • then the supporting gum tissue around the teeth and bone is destroyed
A treatment using porcelain veneers or cosmetic bonding that creates an even smile in as little as two visits • no braces involved
A mini-camera that magnifies and allows us to thoroughly examine your mouth • we see more and you see what we see
Nearly invisible tooth positioners • changed every two weeks until the teeth are perfectly straight • takes 9 to 15 months depending upon your situation
Also known as “silver” fillings • unattractive • weaken teeth • contain mercury – a poisonous material
It is a low frequency TENS unit • used to stimulate muscles to relax them • therapy for TMJ
Soft Tissue Diode Laser
State of the art technology to painlessly contour gum tissue and treat periodontal disease
TMJ Syndrome (TMD)
A common problem affecting the joints and muscles of the jaw making it painful to chew and open your mouth • can cause headaches, earaches and other facial pain
The use of tooth-colored bonding materials, instead of metal fillings, to create healthy, strong teeth.
Replaces a lost tooth while utilizing neighboring teeth for support
Thin porcelain shells that are bonded to teeth • strong • beautiful
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