An implant is an excellent way to replace a missing tooth and keep a natural looking smile. A dental implant is a small titanium cylinder that is inserted to replace a missing root, allowing an implant crown to be placed. After a tooth is lost, a dental implant can prevent a chain reaction of problems that would affect the entire mouth. Dental implants are a conservative approach to restoring your smile and do not require treatment on the adjacent teeth, as some other tooth replacement procedures do. Equally important, an implant will stop the ongoing appearance of aging in the face that bone loss causes with lost teeth.


Our crowns are custom crafted in a dental laboratory to precisely fit your tooth. A crown is placed to strengthen a damaged tooth by covering and protecting it. Several reasons for having a crown placed are decay, a broken tooth too advanced for a filling, a large filling that has worn out, a crack next to an existing filling, or on a tooth that has had a root canal to prevent it from breaking.

Composite Fillings

Small areas of decay may be restored with a composite (tooth colored) filling once the decay has been removed from the tooth. Since these fillings are tooth colored, they can be closely matched to the color of existing teeth.


By placing a bridge after a tooth has been lost, we can prevent a chain reaction of problems that can affect your entire mouth. When a tooth is lost, teeth begin to shift causing your bite to change over time. This cannot only change the appearance of your smile, but can lead to potential damage to your jaw joint, the TMJ.

Removable Dentures

When teeth are lost they need to be replaced. A removable dental prosthesis is an affordable solution. Whether you have lost one or more teeth we can use a prosthesis to maintain your health and smile.