- Cosmetic Fillings / Bonding
- Porcelain Crowns
- Implant-Supported Crowns
- Porcelain Veneers
- Bridges to Replace Missing Teeth
- Full Dentures
- Mini Implants with Full Dentures
- Flexible “Invisible” Partial Dentures
- Root Canal Therapy
- Tooth Extractions
- Children’s Dentistry
- Teeth Cleaning and Polishing
- Deep Scaling and Root Planing
- Oral Cancer Screening
- ZOOM In-Office Teeth Whitening
- Sleep Apnea Treatment
- Sports Mouthguards
- Nightguards for Grinding and Clenching
Zoom Whitening System
It’s the first thing people notice about you — and when you feel good about it, it shows. Philips Zoom gives you the radiant results you want with a variety of professional whitening options to fit your lifestyle. And when it comes to whitening, like with everything having to do with your smile, your dentist is your best resource. That’s why only dental professionals have access to the professional-strength whitening of Philips Zoom.
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Sleep related breathing disorders range from mild snoring to the more serious obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Obstructive sleep apnea is a disorder in which an individual stops breathing during sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea is caused by a blockage of the airway, usually when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapses and closes during sleep.
If left untreated, obstructive sleep apnea can lead to serious health problems, including but not limited to: daytime fatigue, increased blood pressure, cardiovascular problems, headaches, weight gain, anxiety, depression, and reduced quality of life. Sleep disordered breathing not only affects the snorer, but also has a negative effect on ones bed partner, family and others around them.
The dental provider is in a unique position to both screen and treat patients for obstructive sleep apnea. As the dentist is able to view the patient’s airway, they are able to identify patients at higher risk for OSA. Dentists are also able to create custom-made oral appliances for patients with mild-to-moderate OSA and for those who fail treatment with CPAP. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has approved oral appliance therapy for treatment of patients in these cases.
Small Diameter Implants
Atlas Denture Comfort™ is a proven, industry standard procedure that works with either new or current denture wearers. The process is simple: Your dentist will install four to six ultra-narrow titanium Atlas™ implants. Then your denture is lined with a soft, elastic silicone base, which both grips the short protruding tips of the Atlas™ implants, and provides a soft cushion against your gums.
The entire procedure lasts about an hour under local anesthesia and—unlike traditional implants—doesn’t require cutting of gum tissue or stitches. As a result, Atlas Denture Comfort costs far less than competing implant methods which often require surgery and have a far greater healing time. In fact, by the time you leave your dentist’s office, your dentures will fit comfortably, and you’ll find there’s little reason to take them out at all-even when sleeping!
Many people consider a Valplast Flexible Partial to be the most comfortable option for their denture and the final restoration can be made quickly and precisely.
Typically more affordable then fixed restorations and only a bit more than conventional dentures with visible metal clasps, Valplast offers a uniquely beautiful aesthetic quality that is unrivaled.
A Valplast Flexible Partial moves with you naturally, giving you confidence while talking, eating, and, most importantly, smiling!