Highest Standards of Dental Treatment

Providing comprehensive dental services

01

Periodontal Treatment

Periodontal disease affects the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. According to a survey 60% of adults have moderate-to-severe periodontal disease of which majority suffer from gingivitis (gum disease) and nearly 80% have some form of attachment loss.

02

Cosmetic Gum Treatment

We are concerned foremost with your oral health. However, some of the procedures we perform are intended not only to control disease, but also to provide you with a cosmetic benefit.

03

Dental Implants

A natural tooth is anchored into the jawbone by its tooth root. Tooth roots attach firmly to the jawbone and keep your teeth stable when chewing solidfoods. Traditionally, if you were missing a tooth, or if one needed to be extracted, the healthy teeth on either side of the missing tooth would be cut down.

04

Orthodontics(Braces)

A beautiful healthy smile is an amazing part of looking and feeling your best. The great news is that orthodontic treatment has never been easier, more efficient, and more affordable.

05

Root Canal Treatment

Earlier, a badly infected tooth, or one that just had significant decay, was doomed to be extracted. Today, the majority of these teeth can be salvaged by the Root Canal Treatment.

06

Child Dentistry

The first baby teeth that normally come into the mouth are the two bottom front teeth. On an average, you will notice this when your baby is about 6-8 months old.

08

Crown, Bridge, Denture

Crown and bridge treatment is a long-term method of replacing missing teeth. A crown is placed over an individual tooth, (somewhat like a thimble over your finger) where there is no longer sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling.

09

Cosmetic Treatment For Teeth

A person’s smile can do a lot. When it looks good it can lead to a person smiling more often which promotes sociability and positive feedback from others, both which can give a person self confidence and self esteem boosts.