Our goal is always to help our patients maintain their oral health and to care for and protect their natural teeth.
Maintaining oral health involves the examination, identification and treatment of diseases of the teeth, the surrounding tissues (gums), and the supporting structures (bone).
Even with excellent care, however, teeth and gums can be susceptible to disease, infection, cavities, cracks, or other forms of damage. Restorative dentistry is the aspect of dentistry that helps maintain a patient’s oral and overall health even when the health of one or more teeth or the surrounding areas is compromised.
Our practice specializes in offering restorative dentistry to help preserve natural teeth. The goal of restorative dentistry is to restore the function and integrity of the tooth structure, function, and health, while maintaining a natural appearance.
Many procedures are used to restore teeth. It is important to get an accurate diagnosis and analysis of patients’ oral and overall health in order to choose the most appropriate and effective procedures for each individual. Our team will discuss the options available and help choose the solution that best fits the individual needs and goals of each patient.
Restorative procedures help protect both oral health and overall health while improving the appearance of the patient’s smile. The right restorative procedures at the right time can also greatly reduce the need for additional dental work in the future.
Our office also specializes in cosmetic dentistry. This means that we not only pay attention to the health and function of your teeth, but we also pay close attention to aesthetics. We want you to maintain great oral health but we also want you to have a beautiful smile and the confidence to smile often!
Pedodontics, or pediatric dentistry, refers to dentistry for children. It is important to take care of a child’s first teeth, their primary teeth, because they aid in speech development, allow food to be properly chewed, and maintain space for permanent teeth. It is also important to develop good lifelong dental habits early on.