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There are many reasons you may want to correct your smile. These can include tooth decay, spaces between teeth, correct an improper bite, relieve dental pain, replace missing teeth, or replace old/unattractive dental treatments.

Tooth Extractions

Removing teeth is always a last resort as keeping a natural tooth is ideal. This may be recommended if you have extensive tooth decay, tooth infection, a broken tooth, impacted wisdom teeth, or need to create space for orthodontic devices.

Bone Grafting

There are times when a bone graft is necessary prior to a dental implant when the jawbone needs to be built up to support the prosthetic. 


A denture is a removable dental appliance and is a replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissue. Complete dentures replace all teeth and partial dentures are used when some natural teeth are still present. 

Dental Implant

Implants are artificial roots and teeth (usually titanium) that are surgically places into the upper or lower jaw bone. Implants are used to replace single teeth or as a way to better support a denture.

White Fillings

Fillings are used to correct chipped teeth, close a space between two teeth, fix a broken or cracked tooth, replace an area of decay, or repair a worn tooth. Composite fillings are tooth colored and are designed to match the color of your existing teeth.


Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD) is pain in your jaw and surrounding muscles and ligaments. Your dental team can work with you to resolve these issues.

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