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FRIENDLY STAFF. BEAUTIFUL SMILES. WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT.
A Winning Smile for You and Your Family


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OUR SERVICES

OUR SERVICES

Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygiene

Dental Implants

Implants

Dental Cosmetics

Colored Fillings and Crowns

Dental Emergency

Emergency Care

Partials/Dentures

Partials/Dentures

Pediatric

Pediatric

Sleep Apnea/Nightguards

Sleep Apnea/Nightguards

Whitening

Whitening

Orthodontics

Orthodontics

Amalgam (silver filling material) is the traditional, time tested restorative material that dentists have used for hundreds of years that is composed of varying percentages of liquid mercury and silver-tin-copper-zinc alloy powder. Shortly after it is placed in your child's tooth, the mixture self hardens and can last for many years. Advantages of amalgam restorations are that they are less expensive than composite resin filling materials, that corrosion of the metals reduces the chances of recurrent caries (cavities that form under a previously existing filling), and that the amalgam restoration is easier and faster to place in your child's tooth.

Composite resin (white tooth-colored filling material) is a mixture of powdered glass and plastic resin which self hardens or hardens with exposure to blue light. Advantages of composite resin fillings include much better esthetics (matches the color of your child's tooth), more conservative drilling of your child's tooth (less tooth structure needs to be removed), and less chance of your child's tooth fracturing because the composite resin filling is bonded to your child's teeth giving his/her tooth greater strength, actually holding your child's tooth together.

OUR TECHNOLOGIES

Our Technologies

Digital X-Ray

Laser

Oral Cancer Screenings

Electric Handpieces

Intraoral Camera

Panorex