Sedation Dentistry - N20 sedation - Nitrous Oxide is a colorless, odorless, and non-irritating gas that provides fast acting sedation, with very few side effects.  Nitrous Oxide sedation is ideal for patients with dental anxiety, needlephobia, and older children who require substantial dental treatment.

Oral Sedation – Oral sedation is used to reduce fear and anxiety related to dental treatment. It provides a longer acting form of sedation than nitrous oxide and also has amnesic properties. Oral sedation is ideal for patients with prior dental trauma, needlephobia, and generalized anxiety.

Dental Emergency Services available: including replacement of lost fillings, repairs of broken teeth, dental extractions, re-cementation of crowns and diagnosis and treatment of dental pain.

Preventative Dentistry

  • Complete Oral Examination - examination of the teeth, gums, jaw, cheeks, tongue, palate, face and lips.  Include diagnosis of carious lesions, abnormalities in the mouth, and oral cancer screening.
  • Scaling - removal of hard deposits (tartar) on the teeth
  • Polishing - removal of stain
  • Fluoride - concentrated fluoride treatment to strengthen and restore enamel, aids in the prevention of dental caries
  • Antimicrobial Agents Rinse - used as part of a dental program to treat moderate to severe periodontal disease
  • Desensitization - Vanish is used to coat and seal exposed root surfaces, minimizing temperature sensitivity
  • Pit and Fissure Sealants a plastic coating (contains no BPA, Bis-GMA, or Bis-DMA) applied to the biting surface of the tooth, sealing deep pits and grooves that are difficult to clean with a toothbrush and protecting the biting surface of the tooth against decay.


  • Composite - a tooth colored filling, to repair damage done by tooth decay
  • Amalgam - a silver-alloy filling used in cases where a composite filling is not possible

Root Canal Therapy - completed in a single appointment, root canal therapy involves  removal of the nerve of the tooth, cleaning and shaping of the canals, and finally filling the canals and restoring the tooth to a functional state.

Implants - an artificial tooth which is placed into the jawbone to be used for esthetics (anterior) or functional (posterior) purposes

Crowns - covers and protects damaged teeth; such as one with a large filling, or a root canalled tooth.  Crowns can also be used to improve the appearance of teeth that are crooked, discolored or misshapen

Dentures - Complete and Partial dentures are removable appliances made to economically replace many teeth.

Extractions - removal of teeth

Tooth Whitening - Take home whitening package