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Due to the many options offered by the various insurance companies, everyone’s dental insurance coverage is different. It is the responsibility of the patient/guardian to be aware of what their insurance does or does not cover.

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Having a dental exam is an essential procedure which the dentist performs. Your dentist looks for specific things which can affect your oral health such as:


  • Abnormalities in the soft tissues of your mouth

  • Signs/symptoms of clenching or grinding

  • How your teeth come together (bite)

  • Decayed teeth

  • Fractured/chipped teeth

  • Demineralization of any teeth

  • Gum health/signs of gum disease

  • Tooth infection


Dental implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth, and are an alternative treatment to a bridge or partial denture.


The implant is made of Titanium metal, and replaces the root of the tooth. A crown (“cap”) is then cemented onto the dental implant to give you a comfortable, natural looking, functional tooth.



Invisalign® utilizes a clear aligner system to gently reposition your teeth. Most people can benefit from Invisalign therapy if they have crooked or crowded teeth, as well as concerns with overall bite position.



Nitrous Oxide sedation (“Laughing gas”) can be used on people of all ages to help relieve dental anxiety.


Nitrous oxide is inhaled through a nose piece while dental treatment is performed. Once the procedure is completed, plain oxygen is administered so you feel back to normal when leaving the dental office.



Dental x-rays are used to diagnose different things that cannot be seen by the naked eye. Examples of this are:

  • Fractures

  • Decay

  • Gum disease

  • Infection

  • Bone loss



A dental crown (also knows as a cap) is a hollow “hat” shaped tooth which is cemented on your natural tooth and covers damaged, decayed, or teeth with large fillings.


The procedure takes 2 appointments approximately 2 weeks apart. The first appointment requires trimming down your tooth, taking a dental impression, and making a temporary crown. The second appointment includes removing the temporary crown and permanently cementing your final crown.



When your dentist performs an exam, they may recommend a filling on one or more of your teeth.


Fillings replace chipped, fractured or decayed parts of the tooth. Most dental fillings are made from a white, composite material which blends in with your natural teeth.



Dental sealants are thin coatings which are placed on the biting surfaces of permanent molars to help prevent tooth decay. These are typically recommended for children ages 6-12. Children do not need dental freezing to have this procedure done.



Tooth whitening can be achieved on natural teeth by wearing gel-filled custom trays for a period of time each day, and a specific number of days recommended by your dentist (generally 10 days to 2 weeks). We now offer in-office, ZOOM whitening!



A bridge is a non-removable, permanent option to replace one or more missing teeth. If the teeth on either side of the missing tooth/teeth are stable and healthy, they are trimmed down to prepare for the bridge.


A dental impression is taken of the area, and sent to the lab for fabrication of the permanent restoration. A temporary bridge is made by the dentist and placed on the treated teeth. At the second visit, the temporary bridge is removed, and the permanent restoration cemented.

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