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Dental bonding and contouring procedures can help to correct discoloration, improve a tooth's shape, reduce gaps, and create more symmetrical teeth.

KöR teeth whitening can be administered both in-office and at home to eliminate discoloration and staining on the teeth and create a vivid smile.

Invisalign clear aligners are a more convenient, less noticeable, and less painful way to straighten your teeth and correct your smile.

Opalescence teeth whitening is provided for both in-office and at-home treatments to help restore a brighter, whiter smile over time.

Traditional and no-prep porcelain veneers can enhance your smile and correct areas of discoloration, decay, and crooked or chipped teeth.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to correct areas of tooth decay using composite resin to fill in cavities and protect the tooth.

Mouth guards are beneficial during contact sports and physical activities to protect the teeth and prevent them from clenching and grinding.

Night guards can help to treat nighttime teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, and protect the teeth as well as reduce unpleasant side effects.

Professional dental cleanings are recommended to maintain good overall oral and dental health and to detect dental issues before they develop further.

Comprehensive dental exams are a crucial part of preventive dental care and can help you avoid serious conditions by analyzing your mouth health.

All-on-4 dental implants are a good option for those looking to replace their removable dentures with a more secure and convenient restoration.

Dental implants are long-lasting restorations that can replace a missing tooth or several missing teeth for a natural, restored smile.

Implant-retained bridges are titanium restorations that are incorporated into the jaw to support new teeth that replace several missing teeth.

Implant-supported dentures are a long-lasting solution for removable dentures that can feel and look more comfortable, convenient, and natural.

Endodontic retreatment is performed after an initial root canal procedure when there is a sign of a secondary infection that needs to be treated.

Root canal therapy is performed when the inner portion of the tooth becomes infected; it works by removing the infection and filling the area.

Bone grafting is a procedure in which a bone graft is fitted to your jawbone to strengthen and stabilize the jaw before a secondary procedure.

Crown lengthening can be either a cosmetic or restorative treatment to remove excess gum tissue and lengthen the amount of visible enamel.

Gum grafting involves restoring the gumline by accessing gum tissue from an area of the mouth to then adhere it to the receding gumline.

Laser gum treatment is effective in several procedures to enhance the smile, combat gum disease, and detect oral cancers before they progress.

A sinus lift procedure is beneficial prior to an implant surgery to help create more room for implant placement and also to create more stability.

Scaling and root planing is a procedure that can be beneficial in treating early stages of periodontal (gum) disease before it progresses.

Oral-conscious sedation is available for patients who experience fear or anxiety about receiving dental treatment — it can help them feel relaxed.

Oral appliance therapy is offered to treat mild to moderate cases of sleep apnea and help keep the airway from being obstructed during sleep.

TMJ therapy can help to diminish the unpleasant side effects and symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction in the jaw.

Tooth extractions may be necessary when the tooth cannot be repaired or if the tooth needs to be removed prior to a secondary dental procedure.

Dental bridges can improve the appearance and health of your smile by replacing a missing tooth or teeth with a dental restoration.

Dental crowns can be placed to help protect and save a worn down or damaged tooth by covering the tooth with a high-quality material.

Dentures can be an option for replacing all or some missing teeth on both the upper and lower arch, and can be removed for proper cleaning.

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