• Cleanings

    Preventing untimely tooth loss has never looked so good! Flaunt your pearly white teeth with confidence. Our dentist offers convenient and flexible hours to accommodate your family's dental needs.
  • Dental Fillings and Extractions

    We do everything we can to restore a tooth that requires special attention. Tooth decay can cause tooth pain, which can usually be treated by restoring it using one of our effective dental fillings. If the tooth is decayed beyond repair, we will ensure that your tooth extraction is completed as painlessly as possible.
  • Dental Implants

    A dental implant can replace a lost tooth thanks to the advances made over the last 40 years. Replacing a missing tooth can spare you future problems such as deteriorating jaw bone or shifting teeth. Repair your missing tooth and improve your quality of iife by preventing future problems. Our experience in delivering quality dental implants will have you smiling like your old self!
  • Whitening

    Our dentist offers Zoom Whitening, as well as alternative teeth whitening options to provide you a radiant smile.
  • Dental Crowns

    Dental Crowns can be used to maintain, fix, or improve a tooth that is damaged, fractured or decayed. The crown acts as a cap that painlessly reconstructs even a broken tooth to the ideal shape, texture and size. Simply contact us to make any appointments.
  • Endodontics

    If the nerve of your tooth becomes infected by decay, or damaged by trauma, endodontic treatment is usually necessary. Inside your tooth’s hard outer, enamel, shell is a nourishing pulp of blood vessels, lymph vessels and nerves. The root canals, which contain the pulp, extend to the bone. Deep tooth decay, or an injury, can cause serious damage and infection to the pulp’s nerves and vessels. Endodontic treatment cleans out the infected pulp chamber and repairs the damage.
  • Periodontics

    Teeth are held in place by a combination of soft tissue and bone. The soft tissue is known as the gums. Periodontal disease can attack any part of the gums or bone. The most common forms of periodontal disease are gingivitis and periodontitis. Periodontics is the study of the bone and tissue that supports your teeth.