Implants are a nice way to replace your missing teeth. This process involves a surgical procedure in which a titanium implant is placed into your jaw bone and replaces the missing root. A crown is then placed 3-9 months later. Implants do not require reduction of adjacent teeth.


Bridges are a way to replace teeth without using implant techniques. Fixed bridges are either bonded to or capped over adjacent teeth to replace the missing tooth. Bridges are affixed to natural teeth that have previously been shaped to accept it.


ental crowns, also known as caps, slide over the teeth to hide misshaped, misaligned, discolored, or other tooth imperfections. Dental crowns cover and protect cracked teeth, increase comfort, and offer extra support to teeth that are weak or damaged.

Root Canal Therapy

All teeth have root canals, which contain tissue called Pulp. Therapy is required when we have diagnosed that the Pulp has either died of infection from a crack, a very deep cavity or a trauma --or you have an abcess or tooth-ache from a bacterial entry into the tooth.

We remove the Pulp and replace and fill the hollow space with bio-compatible materials. We then properly restore the remaining tooth.


Why settle for unsightly metal fillings when you can have custom-matched, tooth-colored white fillings? Today, modern, tooth-colored fillings - or white fillings - made of durable resin or porcelain can be bonded to your teeth for a stronger, more natural-looking effect. It will also blend in much better with any tooth whitening services you may have received. These revolutionary white tooth fillings are virtually undetectable and are easy to apply. When you open your mouth, all anyone will see is your white, bright teeth.