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Considered one of the best solutions modern dentistry offers to patients who have lost one, several or even all of their natural teeth. Dental Implants are a great long-term solution because they are strong and durable. Dental Implants feel and function like natural teeth, and allow you to regain normal functions such as eating and speaking without discomfort.

A remarkable technique for replacing teeth where minor surgery is required to insert the implants. Once the implant is in place, a crown is attached – providing a highly realistic look and a functional prosthetic tooth. As opposed to dentures, these implants are a permanent set of teeth that look and feel natural. The All-on-4 procedure can save you from unnecessary surgery and discomfort, as well as time and money.

A reconstruction of the mouth that removes all of your tooth decay, old fillings, dental crowns and bridges and rebuilds and restore the teeth in upper and/or lower jaws. Full mouth restoration can have an age reversing effect that is caused by a collapsed bite. Our patients express looking and feeling 10+ years younger, they also report sleeping and eating much better. Improve your overall health with a full mouth restoration.

A method of professional oral care that focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. Although cosmetic dentistry procedures are usually elective rather than essential, in many cases these treatments also provide restorative benefits.

Tooth replacement such as bridges are safe and have great long-term benefits. Dental bridges literally bridge the gap created by missing teeth. For many patients, tooth replacement restores basic oral functions such as eating and speaking. 

These custom-made ultra-thin shells are placed over your tooth and can be the ideal choice for improving the appearance of your front teeth. Recommended for stained, chipped or gapped teeth. Revitalize your smile and protect the tooth's surface from damage.

When a tooth becomes damaged due to decay, discoloration or injury, there can be significant loss in functionality and appearance. Crowns are used to restore and protect a tooth and are also used to cover a dental implant or hold a dental bridge in place. With proper care, a dental crown can last 15 years or more.

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissue.  A full denture is used when all of the teeth are missing from the upper and/or lower arch, while a partial denture is used when some natural teeth remain.

Orthodontic treatment is popular as it helps improve a patients’ appearance and dental health.  An orthodontist can use a range of dental devices, including braces, braces, headgears, plates, and one of the newest technologies, Invisalign to corrects bones or teeth that are incorrectly positioned, including misaligned teeth due to genetic factors and external trauma. 

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