We proudly provide family-focused, quality dental care for patients of all ages and we strive to ensure that you feel comfortable and at home every time you visit.
Many of our patients have been with us for over 20 years, and we have countless multigenerational families as part of our practice. We're happy to report that many patients who have grown up with our supportive care are now bringing their own children to see us, which we believe is a testament to our excellent care. We invite you to visit our office and experience the difference that a caring and helpful team can make in your dental care.
We offer a full-range of services that involve the care and prevention of adult oral health conditions, diseases and ailments. We help you to better understand how preventative care, regular treatments and daily hygiene & maintenance can help to keep your bright and healthy smile for many years to come. Through regular visits, we can also ensure that we diagnose any conditions that may affect your mouth, teeth, or gums at an early stage, so that we can develop effective treatment plans.
We also provide a full-range of pediatric dental services for young children through adulthood. Whether your child is in need of routine dental care such as cleanings, fillings & X-rays, or more in-depth assessments such as determining appropriate jaw and tooth development, or whether braces are needed, we're here to help.
We put great emphasis on teaching children about preventative care, because early intervention and the opportunity to teach great hygiene practices can make each child much less likely to develop dental problems such as cavities in the years to come. We even have a Wall of Fame in our office where our younger patients have their picture posted and receive stars every time they come in for a check-up and achieve a no-cavity assessment – this keeps our young patients motivated and encouraged to visit regularly!
We'll spend time with your child to teach them how to brush their teeth properly, discuss how often and how long they should brush, as well as teach them general gum care routines, flossing, and other healthy habits that will follow them for a lifetime. We can also perform sealant procedures that work to help prevent cavities.
The importance of baby teeth
Baby teeth are just as important as adult teeth, and they serve significant functions for your children – aiding them in speech development and establishing regular eating routines. They also hold the spacing for permanent teeth to arrive and ensure that new teeth are most likely to grow into the correct position. The enamel on baby teeth is also thinner, causing them to be more susceptible to tooth decay. It's therefore very important for children to visit a dentist regularly to address potential decay or damage to baby teeth as soon as possible. Through regular check-ups and cleanings, we can help keep your child's smile happy and healthy while also catching any issues before they become larger problems.