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