Do You Find Yourself
Falling Asleep on the Job?
If you or a loved one find yourself falling asleep during the day,
or snoring loudly or having interrupted breathing during sleep, it
may be sleep apnea. For those who have been diagnosed with this
condition, modern dentistry has new treatment options such as oral
appliances. These have been successful for over 90% of the patients
who use them and are an alternative to CPAP machines. Ask us about
this treatment and start getting the rest you deserve.
75% Reduction in
Introducing digital imaging, available at our practice. With this
technology, an X-ray is taken of your mouth with a digital sensor
and downloaded into our computer, where it is immediately available.
We can also view your entire mouth in one shot, including the upper
and lower jaws, with panoramic digital images. These methods result
in 75% less radiation than conventional X-rays. No more waiting for
images to develop and no more chemical waste to pollute the
For Your Peak Athletic
You may not realize how important the jaw is when it comes to power
and strength. A properly aligned jaw is an important part of
training to full capacity. We are proud to offer our athletes Under
Armour Mouthwear™. This custom-fitted mouthguard incorporates forty
years of proven neuromuscular dentistry research to give that extra
edge to your training. Whether you seek better balance, longer
endurance, improved strength, or more power, ask us how we can put
Under Armour Mouthwear on your team!
Intra-Oral Camera Makes
Part of the Team
The doctors work hand-in-hand with patients to create a bond of
teamwork. One of the ways they bring this about is through the use
of a high-tech tool, the intra-oral camera. This amazing device is a
miniature video camera that displays a closeup picture of the inside
of your mouth. You can see for yourself what work needs to be done
and which teeth are doing fine. You then become a participant in
each dental decision. You’ll love how this works!
Saving Hopeless Teeth
Teeth with roots that have been damaged or infected used to require
extraction, which can cause a lot of problems and should be avoided
whenever possible. The good news is that we are well experienced in
advanced root canal therapy. A root canal is a procedure to fix a
tooth by removing the pulp chamber of the tooth and filling it with
a filling material. This is often necessary when dental decay
reaches the nerve of the tooth (or the tooth has become infected),
and a simple filling will not be suitable. In the not too distant
past, root canals would have required the tooth to be extracted.
When dentists started performing root canals, they were quite
painful, and the root canal has received a reputation as something
to be avoided. However, with modern anesthetics and technology, the
root canals we can perform in our practice are tolerable and
sometimes even painless.