While our goal is to help you maintain your teeth for a lifetime, sometimes teeth need to be removed. Wisdom teeth, extra teeth, or very crowded teeth present situations that may mean treatment involving removal. In some cases, severely decayed or cracked teeth, or those missing large amounts of supporting bone leave extraction as the only viable option.

Regardless of your dental needs, your comfort is always our number one priority. We'll discuss your unique situation and determine the best way to help you receive the treatment you need. Few patients look forward to any minor surgical procedure, but today's methods provide the safest, least invasive care possible.

Composite Fillings

Cavities, chips, and fractures can occur on any tooth surface throughout the mouth. The composite filling material is tooth-colored and provides a versatile solution to many common problems. Blended into a prepared area, the composite polishes to a smooth, undetectable finish.

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Stainless Steel Crowns

Recommended for children susceptible to dental caries or where there is large tooth decay. For children with baby teeth stainless steel crowns are a better option than other metals because of durability, they are inexpensive and less sensitive.

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Tooth-colored Crowns

Zironia crowns are a good estheic option for treating large tooth decay. It does not have the same retentive features of the traditional stainless steel crowns and multiple factors are evaluated before recommending this treatment.

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While many patients are concerned about pulpotomies, modern dentistry often makes this procedure as quick and simple as any other procedure. Infected teeth in danger of removal can be disinfected and filled with a sealer, leaving a safe solution for problematic situations.

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