We will do everything we can to save your natural teeth, but sometimes the appropriate treatment is to remove a tooth.
We can treat painful endodontic abscesses or decay that has infected the pulp of a tooth with root canal therapy.
Donated bone is used from the patient (typically from the chin) and applied to the area of low bone volume. In some cases, non-human bone (often bovine) or cadaver bone is used to rebuild bone structure.
This is a procedure that may be recommended at the time of an extraction to rebuild and stabilize bone and soft tissue levels.
We may need to use hard tissue (bone) or soft tissue to repair your jaw’s natural contour after bone is lost due to gum disease or long term tooth loss.
This is a non-surgical procedure performed to address periodontal disease. One of our highly trained registered dental hygienists will therapeutically clean your teeth above and below the gum line with specialized instruments, making sure to clear plaque and tartar deposits.
Sleep apnea occurs when your breathing is interrupted during sleep. This can be very dangerous due to the risk of your brain and body not getting enough oxygen. Several treatments are offered to address this disorder. We can determine which one is best for you.