Tooth Whitening

Having a white bright smile is important in maintaining a healthy and youthful appearance. Smoking, coffee, sugared drinks and other substances that erode the enamel of your teeth, leave you susceptible to tooth discoloration.  There are two options available for restoring a white smile.

In-house Whitening if you are a candidate for whitening, the doctor will suggest an in office  seat-side whitening procedure. In this procedure your soft tissue will be protected by a rubber shield or by a protective gel. The clinical whitening gel will be placed on your teeth. The gel may require a specialized light to activate the whitening agent.

Take home whitening trays have comparable results to that from in-house whitening. To do whitening at home it require a customized clear tray. To make this tray the dentist takes an impression of your bite. The tray takes 7 days to be made. once that is complete we will send your trays with your six month supply of whitening gel to your home. To whitening your teeth, simply apply the whitening gel to the tray and place the tray on your teeth.

We recommend having a consult with your dentist so he can determine what whitening treatment suits your needs. Your dentist may need to perform an exam to see if you have healthily enough teeth for a tooth whitening treatment.


Single Tooth Replacement

If you are suffering from a missing tooth, a single tooth replacement using a dental implant may be right for you. An implant is a replacement of the root of the tooth. Implants lock into place and serve as the foundation for a custom tooth that replicates your natural teeth. Implants makes eating and speaking easier and pain free. Implants are very durable and with good care can last a lifetime.

Multi Tooth Replacement

When you have multiple teeth missing, dental implants can restore teeth with just one implant.Unlike partial denture are removable, a multi tooth replacement using implants would permanently lock the replacement teeth in place.

Full Arch Replacement

When suffering from a missing set of teeth, vital tasks like eating and talking become come changing. Dentures help restore your bite but leave your mouth uncomfortable.A full arch replacement is done using implants and will support a new full set of teeth. With a full arch replacement their is no acrylic on the roof of your mouth, making for a more natural feel and appearance of your teeth.. Because they are fixed into the mouth, there is no need for messy adhesives like with dentures.

Denture Stabilization

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Invisible braces

Invisible Braces use a series of clear retainers to gradually shift your teeth into an ideal possible. These products have became very popular because of how it fits into your lifestyle. You can continue your regular eating and brushing activities when wearing them. They are removable and removing the tray occasionally does not affect the result of the treatment the treatment. Every two weeks you will change your tray to begin the next movement. After 6-24 months, your teeth will adjust resulting in a straighter, and more beautiful smile.