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Crowns

A crown is sometimes termed a "cap" or "jacket." A crown will restore a large filling or a cracked tooth to its original size, shape and tooth color. A crown can strengthen and protect the remaining tooth structure and improves the appearance of your teeth.

Fillings

A filling is a way to restore a decayed or damaged tooth back to its normal function, shape and color. When you get a filling, the dentist will remove the decayed material from the tooth, clean the affected area, and then fill the area with a material deisgned for fillings.

Veneers

We want you to know about an affordable dental procedure that can fix crooked, discolored, uneven, and unsightly teeth. The solution is Porcelain Veneers!

Bonding

Bonding can fix minor cosmetic dental problems such as closing small gaps between teeth, adding tooth length or changing the overall shape of a tooth by bonding a special resin to your tooth. Bonding is the least expensive dental procedure that can fix such issues.

Inlays & Onlays

You can think of a dental inlay and onlay as being midway between a filling and a crown. Inlays and onlays are used when not enough tooth structure remains to support a filling, but the tooth is not so severely damaged that it needs a crown.

Root Canals

A root canal may be needed if the decay has reached the tooth's nerve. Essentially, a root canal involves cleaning out a tooth's infected root, and then filling and sealing the canal.

Frenectomy

If a patient has an excess amount of tissue that connects the lower and upper lips to the jaw and gum line, a frenectomy procedure is performed to remove the excess tissue.