Your smile is important to you and cosmetic dentistry enables you to achieve that smile you were meant to have. A great smile is for everyone and with the help of an experienced and trained dentist your expectations can be realized.
Today tooth decay, lost teeth, damaged teeth, cavities or chipped teeth are some of the most common dental defects suffered by people. All these defects can be treated with the help of restorative dentistry.
Orthodontics involves the use of corrective appliances, including braces and retainers, to straighten crooked teeth and repair an irregular bite. Since the introduction of new clear and “invisible” braces, orthodontic treatment has gone from something reserved for children and teenagers to an option for adults seeking to repair long standing dental issues.
Surgery in the oral cavity can involve several procedures. The most common is the removal of teeth. If a tooth sustains trauma or suffers from an abscess, one option for treatment may be to remove the tooth.
We all want to ensure that our children develop and maintain a consistent oral hygiene routine that will continue into adulthood. In addition to teaching your children the importance of regular brushing and flossing, routine visits to the dentist are an essential step in the prevention and early diagnosis of dental problems.
Many patients (including children) have a natural fear of dental procedures. Some may have had a traumatic dental experience in their past or have heard varied stories of an undesirable experience from others and this makes them reluctant to seek treatment.
Endodontic services entail performing root canal treatment. Root canals involve removal of the tooth’s nerve.
This is one of the most important areas of dentistry but is often neglected. Dental cleanings are necessary to keep the gums and bone, the foundation of the teeth, healthy.