General Dentistry

Got a cavity, or a missing tooth? Count on our skilled professionals to restore your smile – and your confidence.


Made of a mixture of plastic and acrylic materials, composite restorations have a natural tooth-like appearance and can be used on all teeth. Composite fillings bond directly to the tooth structure, reducing the risk of leakage. The aesthetically pleasing tooth is restored to its original function.


Also referred to as a cap, a crown is a full-coverage restoration permanently cemented to the affected tooth structure. It restores the anatomical surfaces of a damaged or contoured tooth to their original contour and function.


Restore your smile by bridging the gap between missing teeth with a dental prosthesis, also known as a bridge. Used to replace one or more missing teeth in the same arch. It restores cosmetics, provides solid support to the structure of the jaw and prevents adjacent teeth from shifting.

Inlay / Onlay

These natural-looking alternatives to silver fillings are usually made from porcelain. Inlays and onlays are used to fill most types of cavities and are almost impossible to distinguish from natural teeth.

Root canal

When a tooth becomes infected or badly decayed, one way to save it is by performing a root canal. This procedure involves removing the pulp, or nerve, of the affected tooth and then replacing it with a rubber insert. A crown is then placed on the tooth to give it strength.

Make your teeth last a lifetime

With continuing care, your teeth can last as long as you do. Learn more about our dental hygiene services.

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