FAQs

The best way to prevent oral issues is through a good diet and a consistent oral hygiene routine. Try to eat foods that are high in calcium and other minerals, and be sure to brush and floss your teeth twice per day using the proper technique.

Sensitivity is usually caused when your tooth’s enamel wears away or becomes weakened. This can happen if you brush your teeth too roughly or use store-bought teeth whitening treatments. Tooth decay and receding gums can also cause tooth sensitivity.

Periodontal disease is an infection of the gums. It can lead to serious dental problems, such as damage to the jawbone or loss of teeth, if not treated early on.

Thanks to modern dentistry, there are many cosmetic procedures you can use to improve your smile. For filling in gaps or evening out teeth, porcelain veneers or dental bonding might be for you. If you’d like a brighter smile, our tooth whitening treatment can give you stellar results in just one appointment. For damaged or broken teeth, crowns or bridges can restore the look of your natural smile. If you’d like your teeth straightened and your bite evened out, orthodontics and Invisalign can help.

Invisalign is a system of clear aligner trays that work to straighten your teeth over time. They must be worn for about 20-22 hours a day in order to work, but there are no metal wires or brackets required.

Anyone who experiences dental anxiety can be a candidate for sedation dentistry. Talk to your dentist about whether sedation is right for you.

We do offer special financing options for your procedure. Please talk to a member of our staff for more information.

If you have any other questions, feel free to give our office a call!