Comprehensive Family Dentistry

Comprehensive dentistry involves the diagnosis and treatment of general conditions affecting the teeth, gums, and jaw. Quality preventive care allows us to diagnose and treat problems early and utilize more conservative treatment plans. Early diagnosis also reduces your risk of needing more extensive– and often expensive –treatment in the future.

Through continuous education, proven procedures, and modern materials, we offer practical solutions that thoroughly resolve your dental concerns.


Preventive & General Dental Treatments

• Routine dental cleanings & exams
• Digital x-rays
• Dental sealants & fluoride treatments
• Custom nightguards for bruxism (teeth grinding)

Cosmetic Dental Treatments

• Porcelain crowns and veneers
• Professional teeth whitening
• Tooth-colored dental fillings
• Periodontal (gum) care

Cosmetic Work

An attractive smile can enhance your self-esteem, boost your confidence, and help you make better first impressions. Even subtle treatments like teeth whitening and tooth-colored fillings can make a BIG difference in the health and appearance of your smile.

Restorative Dentistry

Many of the things that we take for granted with natural teeth–including smiling, talking, and eating the foods we love – can all become easier again with restorative dentistry. We offer a variety of restorative dental treatments that can make your smile better than ever.

Restorative Dental Treatments

• Tooth-colored dental fillings
• Endodontics (root canal therapy)
• Dental implant restorations
• Complete & partial dentures

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and also provide a fixed solution to having removable partial or complete dentures. Implants provide excellent support and stability for these dental appliances. The teeth attached to implants are very natural looking and often enhance or restore a patient’s smile. Dental implants are very strong, stable, and durable, lasting many years.

Periodontal Health

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults over the age of 35. If your gums feel tender, look red and swollen, or bleed when flossing and brushing, you could be at risk for gum disease. Untreated gum disease has been linked to other serious health problems, so it’s important to keep your gums healthy with proper home care and professional dental cleanings.
Gum disease used to require surgery more often than not. While surgery is still sometimes the best option, we can now treat many cases with less invasive techniques, including local antibiotics, deep cleanings, and medicated rinses.

Periodontal Treatments

• Diagnosis of gum disease
• Scaling and root planing (deep cleaning)
• Grafts
• Long-term maintenance plans


Invisalign is an effective and convenient orthodontic treatment (using clear aligner therapy), which can correct misalignment and malocclusion and help prevent dental, periodontal, and TMJ diseases. Free consultations are available to determine if this treatment would be a good option for you.