General Dentistry

Our office offers both cosmetic and emergency dental care. Please call to schedule an appointment.


A crown is a porcelain “cap” that strengthens a weakened tooth. It is often the treatment of choice for a broken tooth.


Front teeth chipped or discolored? A veneer is thin slice of porcelain that is bonded to the front of a tooth. A great way to enhance a smile!


When a cavity is found, we use a resin based material to fill the hole formed after removing decay.


This is one of the greatest innovations in dentistry in the last 100 years. Implants are root replacements that allow us to replace missing teeth in a variety of ways.


Want straight teeth but don't want metal braces? This may be an option for you. A new invisible “aligner” is placed every 2 weeks until the teeth are moved into proper orientation. Another great dental technology that we offer.

Root canals 

If the cavity has grown into the pulp, or nerve, of the tooth then a root canal may be indicated. In this procedure, the pulp is removed from the tooth painlessly and replaced with a rubber-based material.


If a tooth cannot be saved, we can painlessly remove it for you

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do root canals hurt?

100 years ago, root canals may have hurt.  Of course, 100 years ago people still rode in buggy's pulled by horses!  Modern dentistry is a far cry from dentistry of long ago.  With new techniques and better anesthetics, modern dentistry should be painless.  To answer the, root canals do not hurt anymore.

If I get a crown, do i need a root canal?

Not everybody that receives a crown needs a root canal.  A crown strengthens a weakened tooth.  A root canal removes the nerve so the tooth is no longer painful or infected.  

I am missing a tooth (or teeth.)  What are my options for replacing them?

In dentistry we have 3 ways to replace teeth.  1)  a partial denture.  These are similar to retainers that have teeth on them.  It is removable and is usually the lowest cost way of replacing teeth.  However, it is also usually the most uncomfortable of the 3 ways.  2) a bridge.  This is a permanent option for replacing teeth, in that it is not removable.  The pros of a bridge are it can be completed fast (about 2-3 weeks) and it is easy to get used to.  The cons are that we have to grind down the teeth adjacent to the space and flossing a bridge takes a little more effort than flossing regular teeth.  3)  Implants.  Implants are titanium root replacements.  These are screwed into place and can have crowns or bridges placed on them.  The pros are that they are the most long lasting of the 3 options if done properly and can be very esthetic.  Th cons are they take a little longer to complete and a minor surgery is performed to place them.