Restore dental issues with quality, long-term solutions.
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Crowns & Bridges

Crowns are typically used to protect a tooth after breaking, to restore a tooth after a root canal, to support a bridge, or with a large restoration that is failing. Crowns and bridges are made from quality ceramics that add strength, impressive stability, and look completely natural in the mouth.

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Root Canal Therapy

Root Canal Therapy is used to save a problematic tooth by removing diseased nerve tissue within the root. It is required when extensive decay, fracturing, gum disease, or trauma is involved, causing pain and abscess formation. By removing the diseased tissue and restoring the remaining healthy tooth structure, the tooth can be saved.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are one of the most popular and permanent solutions for tooth replacement. They are made using surgical grade titanium that is compatible with bone, and fuse directly with the bone to form an ideal tooth. A custom tooth is then made to match your surrounding teeth and then attached to the new root for long-term stability in all eating and everyday activities, essentially acting and functioning like a normal tooth.

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Full & Partial Dentures

Full and partial dentures are a financially conservative method for replacing missing or failing teeth. These solutions can provide support to facial muscles, as well as aid in the ability to enjoy eating and speaking mostly in comfort.

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Dental Injuries

We offer a range of services and solutions to support dental injuries depending on your need. We’ll begin with a comprehensive exam to determine the specificities and severity of your problem and put together a clear action plan for treatment.

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Our goal is always to help preserve your natural teeth by all means possible, but in cases where that is not possible, we have a variety of treatment options. We’ll discuss all potential solutions–including removable partials, bridges, and implants–to determine the best course of action.

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