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Dental Cleaning

With working and handling other responsibilities, maintaining oral hygiene can be a tough task at times. Having your teeth cleaned twice a year, from a professional, can take some of the hassle out of it. Teeth cleaning leaves a positive effect on your oral health, giving you strong gums and teeth enamel. Having a routine check twice a year is the best way to prevent future health problems such as cavities, a weak enamel, and other complications.


Fillings are a common way to treat and restore teeth from decay and cavities. Dentists also use them to prevent decay/cavities in the future for it is a great method to seal off spaces that could be affected by bacteria. Most fillings are placed on back teeth. One of the pros of fillings is that it is one of the cheapest, compared to other services, and that it is covered by most insurance companies. Another prois that it can handle high levels of biting pressure from hard foods and candies.


Having a chipped, decayed, or discolored tooth is something that no one wants. It is often embarrassing to discuss with others and smiling is out of the question. Luckily bonding can give you back that old smile that you’ve been looking for. Bonding is a service that offers a filling that has the same shape and color to your other teeth, making sure that it “bonds” with the others. It is one of the least expensive cosmetic treatments and it involves only one visit to get the job done.


A dental bridge is there to replace your missing smile. It consists of artificial teeth, that are molded to look just like yours, to fill in those missing sections. They are often used to prevent your teeth from shifting and can give you a normal bite. They are often attached to teeth, that are surrounding it, by using crowns.

Root Canal

A root canal is used to relieve tooth agony and other severe health problems. It is most needed when the root of the tooth is experiencing infection or is causing the gums to swell/puff up. If not treated right away, an infected tooth can result in severe pain and eventually losing it. During a root canal, the dentist removes any infection or inflammation from the root, they then clean it, seal it, and put a crown over it for future protection. When most people hear “root canal” they immediately think discomfort, but these treatments can be very simple with little to no pain.