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Services We Offer

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    Our office offers two ways to whiten your smile in the comfort of your own home! Crest White Strips - Professional Strength help many of our patients achieve the bright smile they are looking for. Compared to Crest White Strips from a local retail store, Crest White Strips - Professional Strength contain a higher concentration of bleaching agent and can only be purchased at a dental office. We also offer custom whitening trays and bleach gel for those patients who prefer a more personal approach to whitening their teeth.
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    Dental Exams
    Dr. Pall or Dr. Conway will determine your overall dental health by evaluating your x-rays, examining your existing dental work, examining all tooth surfaces for cavities, checking your gum health and performing an oral cancer screening at your dental cleaning appointment.
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    Dental Cleanings
    Dental plaque is a sticky film that builds up on teeth and gums. If this plaque is not removed it can harden over time becoming calculus or tartar. At your cleaning appointment, our Registered Dental Hygienist will clean your teeth and remove all of the dental plaque and calculus.
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    Periodontal Therapy
    When periodontal disease is not severe, it can often be managed in our office. The dental team will often recommend a treatment called "scaling and root planning" or a deep cleaning. A local anesthetic is often used to reduce discomfort and allow the dental hygienist to reach her cleaning instruments under the gum line. In this way, the dental hygienist is able to remove plaque bacteria and calculus from the bottom of the periodontal pocket.
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    Crowns & Bridges
    A crown or "cap" is a dental restoration that covers the entire surface of a tooth. Crowns are commonly used to strengthen and restore a tooth that has a large filling, cavity, or fracture. Crowns can also be used cosmetically to enhance the color or shape of teeth. Crowns can be made out of porcelain (a dental ceramic), metal (all gold or a metal alloy), or a combination of porcelain and metal.
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    Implant Restoration
    Dental implants are a great alternative to replace missing teeth. A dental implant essentially replaces the root of the missing tooth. It is a titanium "screw" that is placed in the bone of the upper or lower jaw by a dentist, oral surgeon, or periodontist. After appropriate healing time has allowed the bone to bond with the dental implant, the dental implant can be restored. Implants can be used to replace single teeth or multiple teeth. A single dental implant to replace one tooth will be restored with a crown. To replace multiple teeth, implants can anchor dental bridges, partial dentures or complete dentures.
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    Composite Fillings
    Composite fillings are metal free and tooth colored in appearance. This type of filling can closely match your tooth color in order to achieve a more natural look unlike traditional metal fillings. Composite fillings can repair a chipped, cracked, broken, or cavity filled tooth.
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    Amalgam Fillings
    Amalgam fillings are used primarily for posterior/back teeth. The doctor may recommend a certain type of filling based on the location or tooth.
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    Custom Mouthguards
    Mouthguards are an excellent way to protect your teeth from injury while competing in contact sports. Our mouthguards are custom made for your teeth and, as a result, lack the bulkiness usually associated with the traditional mouthguards.
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    Nightguards & Snoreguards
    Night time clenching and grinding of your teeth (bruxism) is a common problem experienced by people. This causes excessive wear of your teeth, microfractures and problems with existing crowns and fillings. Bruxism can contribute to TMJ problems, migraines, earaches and soreness of the teeth and jaws. Custom made nightguards are an excellent way to protect teeth from the excessive wear and relieve the pain related to bruxism.
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    Tooth Extractions
    An extraction is the removal of a primary or permanent tooth and all of its roots. The extraction can be either non-surgical or surgical depending of the amount of tooth remaining. We do a majority of extractions in office and sometimes refer to an oral surgeon depending on the situation.
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    Dental Sealants
    Dental Sealants are thin, white plastic coatings that are applied to the grooves on the chewing surfaces of back teeth (molars and pre-molars) to protect them from tooth decay or cavities. Most cavities in children and teens occur on these surfaces because the narrow grooves are hard to clean. Sealants protect chewing surfaces from tooth decay by keeping bacteria and food particles from collecting in these grooves.
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    Dental X-rays provide valuable information in evaluating your oral health. With the help of x-rays, we can look at what is happening beneath the surface of your teeth and gums. How often X-rays should be taken depends on your present oral health, your age, your risk for disease, and any signs and symptoms of oral disease you may be experiencing. We recommend that dental X-rays be taken on a yearly basis, but may tailor that to individual needs.
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    Veneers are an esthetic way to restore anterior teeth that are decayed, discolored, misaligned or too small for the space. They can be made of either composite or porcelain. Our dentists will let you know if your teeth are candidates for veneers.
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    Dentures are a removable dental appliance used to replace missing teeth. A complete denture replaces all of the teeth in the upper or lower jaw. A partial denture can be used to replace missing teeth when some natural teeth remain. Both dentures and partial dentures can be used in combination with dental implants to give a strong fit that feels like your natural teeth.
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    Fluoride Treatments
    At the end of each dental cleaning appointment, our registered dental hygienist will offer a fluoride treatment or "tooth vitamins" for your child. Fluoride is a mineral treatment that helps to prevent tooth decay. We offer a variety of flavors that can either be applied by a cotton swab for our younger patients or as a varnish for our adolescent patients.
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    A bridge is a dental restoration used to literally "bridge" the gap created by missing teeth. The teeth on either side of the space (abutments) anchor crowns that attach to an artificial tooth (pontic) that fills the space of the missing tooth. Bridges can be made out of porcelain or a combination of metal and porcelain. Natural teeth, dental implants or a combination of both can serve as the anchors for dental bridges.