General Treatment

Our practice can provide a wide range of dental services. We can typically provide every type of dental service without having to refer you to other specialties. This flexibility saves you time and keeps your total dental care within one practice. Our emphasis is on total preventive care for our patients. Total care begins with regular hygiene visits, regular checkups and continued home oral health routines.

Our practice also provides the highest-quality services for restoring mouths that have been damaged by dental disease and injury and common problems that require cosmetic dentistry. Our primary goal for our patients is to achieve and maintain optimum oral health through advances in techniques, technologies and by maintaining their scheduled dental exams.

A BEAUTIFUL SMILE IS PRICELESS

  • Show the world your smile with confidence!
  • Show the world who you are!
  • Show the world how proud you are!
  • Show the world your confidence!

Don’t hold back that beautiful smile.
Don’t wish for a smile to be proud of.

Do you often get embarrassed of your smile due to…

  • Faded, chipped or cracked teeth?
  • Crooked or crowded teeth?
  • Stained or worn teeth?
  • Uneven spaces in your teeth?

You don’t have to be ashamed of your smile anymore.

We can provide the results you are looking for at an affordable price. We understand our patients’ needs and will make every possible attempt to accommodate your schedule, concerns and financial needs.

Don’t just smile in your dreams, make it a reality!

 

OCCLUSAL SPLINT

An occlusal stabilization splint, also known as a “bite splint”, is a hard plastic retainer placed over either the top or bottom row of your teeth. It is designed to help prevent or slow the damage done to teeth by grinding or clenching. Nighttime grinding and clenching can wear down the tooth enamel, eventually leading to major dental procedures such as root canals, tooth extractions, crown placements and oral surgery. With a properly designed occlusal splint, the wear on this enamel is decreased, therefore slowing the damage to the teeth.

Occlusal splints are also known to help sufferers of disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). An occlusal splint aligns the top and bottom teeth optimally to protect and reduce the movements that irritate this joint. For patients with damaged jaw joints, the decrease in twisting or delocation of the jaw joint that the occlusal splint provides can be especially helpful.

Occlusal splints are also an excellent choice for patients who have had extensive or expensive dental restorations or smile redesigns performed, as occlusal splints could help protect these restorations from damage and wear while the patient sleeps. It is important to note, however, that occlusal splints are not, and cannot, be designed to entirely eliminate the damage done to the biting surface of teeth. Instead, they are designed to slow the damage done, and hopefully in the process help the patient avoid undergoing more extensive dental work in the future.