• Family Care

    Quality care in a comfortable environment.

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  • CEREC

    Superior quality porcelain restorations in a single visit.

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  • IV Sedation

    The use of sedation and anesthesia in dentistry helps ease anxiety.

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  • Dental Implants

    Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth.

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  • 3D X-Ray

    We can rotate and view critical information from any angle.

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The CEREC Procedure

One of the latest dental technology tools to appear on the dentistry scene is CEREC®. The CEREC machine is a special computer that acts as a dental restoration tool, allowing your dentist to restore decayed teeth, place dental crowns, remove defective amalgam dental fillings, or place porcelain dental veneers in just one appointment. The CEREC Continue Reading

Winter Dental Care Tips: Surviving Cold and Flu Season

You probably know by now that good oral health can do a lot more of your body than simply provide you with whiter teeth and a more sparkling smile. But did you realize that it can actually have a bearing on your health in the winter, helping you get through those months where a plague Continue Reading

8 Tips to Help Kids Overcome Fear of Dentists

Taking kids to the dentist is necessary to keep their teeth healthy and promote excellent oral hygiene habits. But from a child’s point of view, a trip to the dentist can be a scary event — lying on a chair in an unfamiliar room filled with unfamiliar noises and objects, all while a stranger is poking cold, Continue Reading

Dental Resolutions for the New Year

Don’t you love New Years? Even if you aren’t the type to make resolutions, just the idea of getting through one more year can boost your determination to make the next one better. In January we pledge to lose weight, quit smoking, get off the couch and do more things, all for the pursuit of Continue Reading

5 Fortifying Foods for Your Teeth

Eating right can help you fend off plaque, periodontal disease, and gingivitis. Keep your gums healthy and your teeth strong with these five fortifying foods. Milk It’s not just your bones that benefit from milk; your teeth get stronger and healthier when you drink, too, because it contains calcium. Calcium helps protect your teeth against periodontal Continue Reading

How to Choose a Pediatric Dentist

HEALTHY TEETH HAPPY CHILD The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that kids should visit a pediatric dentist when their first tooth comes in or by their first birthday. Our checklist will help you pick the best pediatric dentist to fit you and your family’s dental needs. Finding a pediatric dentist that takes good care Continue Reading

Holiday sweets can be tough on teeth

The winter holidays are known for sweet treats and tempting goodies, but that doesn’t    mean that you have to end up at the dentist with cavities in January. How do sweet foods and drinks cause cavities? When you eat sugary foods or drinks, naturally occurring bacteria in the mouth feed on the sugar and Continue Reading

Start the School Year Off With a Smile

  Every child wants to look their best as they head back to school this fall. Parents help by scheduling haircuts and buying new outfits, but most overlook the simple steps to helping their child maintain one of their most visible features – their smile. Studies show that one of the first things people notice Continue Reading

Top 10 reasons to choose CEREC

  1) No Temporaries / One Visit – Temporary restorations can break, fall off, or not last during the 2 weeks needed to fabricate a crown at a lab. Teeth can be sensitive, micro-shift and drift, etc. that can allow the crown from the lab not to fit well or damage to the unprotected tooth. Continue Reading

7 Questions you should be asking your dentist

TALK TO YOUR DENTIST Instead of simply sitting in the dental chair chatting about the weather, talk to your dentist about improving your dental health. With an emphasis on quality healthcare and value, here are seven important questions you should ask your dentist. 1. HOW DO YOU KEEP UP ON THE CHANGES IN SCIENCE? With Continue Reading