• Crowns
    • Typically, dental crowns cover a single tooth that has lost most of its surface due to extensive decay, breakage or root canal therapy. Dental Fillings​

  • Dental Cleanings
    • Preventive oral health. Teeth cleaning is part of oral hygiene and includes dental plaque removal from teeth (helping to prevent cavities), gingivitis, and/or periodontal disease

  • Dentures
    • A simulated replacement for your teeth

  • Extractions
    • Removal of a tooth or teeth

  • Fillings
    • Restoration of lost tooth structure with metal, porcelain, or resin materials

  • Dental Implants
    • Synthetic tooth root to hold a replacement tooth or bridge in place

  • Root Canal Therapy
    • Removal of nerves and blood supply from the tooth – to save the tooth instead of losing it

  • Routine Exams
    • Routine dental exams are an imperative part of preventive dental health care. During a routine dental exam, the dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth and check for cavities and gum disease.

  • Teeth Whitening
    •  A chemical or laser process to lighten the color of teeth

  • Veneers
    • Thin layer of remedial material situated over a tooth, to improve the aesthetics, or to protect a damaged tooth

Dental Glossary