FAQs

  • Invisalign: This is a great way to orthodontically correct misaligned or crooked teeth using clear trays instead of traditional orthodontic appliances such as metal brackets and wires. These clear trays are worn throughout the orthodontic treatment as directed by a dentist to achieve optimal results. Treatment duration can vary greatly based on patients orthodontic needs.
  • General or preventative dentistry: Having a preventive approach to dentistry is the core to optimal oral health. It is built on the foundation of routine cleanings and exams to eliminate risk factors and prevent disease.
  • Restorative dentistry: This is the intervention needed to remove disease and fix esthetic concerns by restoring the teeth back to a functional, esthetic, and healthy state through fillings, crowns, root canals, implants, etc.
  • Dentures: This is a lab made acrylic prosthesis used to treat missing teeth by restoring functionality and esthetics back to people with missing teeth. Dentures can be connected to dental implants for better functional, esthetic, and comfortable results in many cases.
  • Sedation dentistry: Some people have anxieties and other medical conditions that prevent them from receiving the dental care they need in a normal setting. Sedation dentistry is a way to provide dental care to these people through various methods such as taking a pill before a dental appointment, using laughing gas during the procedure, or being put to sleep by a qualified practitioner for the duration of the appointment.

What is Invisalign

Invisalign treatment is the process of wearing a series of clear, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth. No brackets and wires, and none of the restrictions that come with metal braces.

Can anyone tell that I’m wearing the aligners?

Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible. Others may not even notice you’re wearing them.

What are dentures

Dentures are removable appliances that can replace missing teeth and help restore your smile.

Types of Dentures

  • Conventional – This full removable denture is made and placed in your mouth after the remaining teeth are removed and tissues have healed, which may take several months.
  • Immediate – This removable denture is inserted on the same day that the remaining teeth are removed. We will take measurements and make models of your jaw during a preliminary visit. You don’t have to be without teeth during the healing period, but may need to have the denture relined or remade after your jaw has healed.
  • Overdenture – Implants can be placed to provide stability and support for the denture. An overdenture fits over the implants and are more stable than conventional dentures.
  • Fixed Dentures – use implant technology to attach them to your mouth. Fixed dentures can only be placed and removed by a certified dentist. However, while you are wearing them, they are extremely strong and durable. They will not slip or move around like conventional dentures, and you can enjoy a range of foods without worrying about them coming loose.