Treating Worn Teeth

We know that your teeth have a lifetime of hard work to do. Day in and day out, your teeth are subjected to such tremendous forces that the signs of wear and tear are not necessarily a surprise.

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Night Guards and Appliances

Bruxism (chronic clenching and grinding), poor occlusion (teeth that do not fit together properly), and even sports-related injuries can damage your teeth and destroy your smile.

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Sometimes, it’s difficult for us to diagnose cavities, especially in the pits and grooves on the biting surfaces of your back teeth. However, we now have a diagnostic tool called DiagnoDent®.

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Digital X-Rays

Digital x-ray technology enables more efficient diagnosis and treatment because it provides a large, easy to see image, and it allows us to make adjustments and see details in the x-ray images.

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Intraoral Camera

An intraoral camera is a highly advanced innovation in dentistry that allows us to get a close-up view inside your mouth.

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