We extract teeth here in our office, as well as refer to local oral surgeons. We work closely with the surgeons in coordinating your appointment and making sure you receive excellent quality care.


Bridges are fabricated when an entire tooth is missing. A crown is cemented to the two adjacent teeth and a false tooth is suspended between. A bridge is also sometimes referred to as a fixed partial denture.

Composite Bonding

This bonding is made of a porcelain-like material that is bonded to the tooth and is also color matched for a more natural looking restoration.

Teeth Whitening

If you suffer from the appearance of discolored, stained or aging teeth, this procedure is for you. With just a few applications of whitening solution the results are dramatic.

Porcelain Veneers

Think of a veneer as a thin porcelain covering for your tooth that can change the contour, color, length of your natural tooth.

Periodontal Gum Therapy

The ADA recommends that you see your dentist at least twice a year for a cleaning and a check up. It is possible to not have any warning signs and have periodontal disease.

Pediatric Dentistry

We are a family Dental Care Practice and welcome children. We offer a child-friendly environment, complete with a private waiting room just for Kids!

Oral Cancer Screening

Screening for Oral Cancer and head and neck Cancer is done at every cleaning and exam appointment, generally at six month intervals. The screening is done to detect early signs of Cancer.


Implants are restorations that are permanently anchored into your jaw. They are used to replace missing teeth and are an alternative option to crowns and bridges and offer more stability and comfort.

Emergency Services

We always reserve time in our schedules for emergency patients. We understand how much discomfort a patient can be in from a toothache or injury and we want to help you in any way we can to reduce and eliminate your pain.

Dental X-Rays

Our digital X-Ray system allows for instant imaging with reduced radiation exposure to the patient.


Crowns are sometimes referred to as a “cap.” They can restore the appearance of your teeth and your smile and also keep your jaw and bite aligned by preventing shifting of your teeth.