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on’t let a broken or missing tooth keep you from having the smile you’ve always wanted. We can help you replace missing or extensively broken teeth, giving you more confidence in your smile and returning function. Veneers can correct cosmetic blemishes and give you a radiant smile. Crowns or “caps” fit over existing tooth structure to return full esthetics and contour. A bridge can replace a missing tooth or space with beautiful and functional teeth. Dental Implants can also give you back teeth where they may have previously been missing. Complete and partial dentures are also an option for restoring multiple missing teeth. With a wide variety of treatment options, we can help restore your beautiful smile!

Services Include:


  • Implant Treatment Planning/Restoration

    Dental Implants are surgically placed titanium screws that replicate the root form of missing teeth. Implants bio-integrate with the bone in your jaw to become strong and stable. After successful integration, the implant is restored with a crown to replace missing teeth, support bridges, or help retain dentures. A specialist places the implant while the crown, bridge, or denture is fabricated by the general dentist.
  • Invisalign

    Invisalign is a series of clear retainers, which are used to move teeth. The retainers move the teeth progressively to straighten and align your teeth, much like traditional braces. While Invisalign can solve many orthodontic problems, it is not always appropriate for every case and your dentist must perform an evaluation.
  • Crown and Bridge

    Crowns and bridges are placed on broken or weakened teeth. They add strength and restore broken teeth. Crowns, or "caps," fit over your existing tooth structure. A bridge refers to multiple crowns joined together, which are placed across an area missing teeth.
  • Dentures

    Dentures are removable devices used to replace many missing teeth at once. Complete dentures replace all of the upper or lower teeth while partial dentures replace a few missing teeth. For maximum security, dentures can also be held in place using implants.