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Dental Care

Dental health care encompasses the health of the entire mouth including teeth, gums, tongue, the roof of the mouth, and the areas inside of the lips and cheeks. Gum disease and tooth decay can be reversed, or prevented with regular trips to the dentist and good oral hygiene. Beyond brushing your teeth and flossing every day, visiting our dentist can prevent these oral health problems and keep your mouth healthy.  

The Importance of Dental Care During Pregnancy


The importance of dental care during pregnancy cannot be understated. The normal hormonal changes that take place in women’s bodies during pregnancy can make her teeth and gums more vulnerable to bacterial infection. Regular dental care can prevent these infections and keep your teeth and gums both strong and healthy.


The Importance of Dental Care with Diabetes


Diabetes can lower your body’s defenses against bacterial infection, including those of the mouth. This can put you at higher risk of poor oral health. Visiting your dentist regularly can prevent these issues and keep your mouth healthy.







  • Routine Cleaning

  • Fillings

  • Fluoride Treatment

  • Dental Gum Therapy

  • Caries Prevention*

  • Tooth Extractions

  • Crowns and Bridges

  • Pediatric Dentistry (children's dental care)

  • Emergency Dental Care

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Oral Cancer Screening


*Caries Prevention – Treatment of tooth decay caused by bacterial infection.

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