General Dentistry

Our General Dentistry Services

When it comes to taking care of your dental health, it’s important to find a trusted dental professional that you can depend on for all of your general dentistry needs. We offer a variety of general dentistry services to ensure that our patients maintain a healthy, beautiful smile. At our practice, we offer the following services:

  • Crowns & Bridges
  • Root Canals
  • Tooth Colored (Composite) Fillings
  • Extractions
  • Dentures

General Dentistry Procedures

No-metal ceramic crowns

Crowns are custom made caps to cover the entire tooth.
Recommended in cases of very large fillings with decay around the margins, cracked teeth, or sometimes to make the teeth look better for esthetic reasons.

Our crowns do not contain any metal, they are made out of the strongest ceramic materials on the market, which enables us to practice minimally invasive dentistry without the need to remove too much of the tooth structure.

Ceramic Inlays and Onlays
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Ceramic inlays and onlays

In cases where a filling is very large, but the patient does not
need a crown, we offer ceramic inlays and onalys. Best way to think about those is a ceramic filling custom made in the lab to fit your cavity.

Ceramic dental bridges

Permanent solution for people who are missing teeth in cases
where implants are not an option.

Full and partial removable dentures

For people with multiple missing teeth, we offer a
few different kinds of removable dentures, including no-metal partial dentures.

Tooth-colored composite fillings

We use composite resin materials to match the color of the filling to your teeth.


Includes nightguards, athletic mouthguards are custom made appliances to protect your teeth from traumas, nocturnal bruxism (grinding while asleep).

What you need to know about dental crowns:

Crowns are ceramic caps that go over the teeth and look like natural teeth. The reasons you may need a crown:

After root canal procedure to protect the tooth from breaking

Teeth that have fractures or cracks in them

Teeth that are broken

Teeth that are very discolored or misshaped

Teeth that are very worn down (attrition/erosion)

Full Mouth Makeovers

Older crowns used to have metal in them, that’s why some of them show dark lines at the gumline, currently we use fully ceramic crowns that don’t have metal. That makes them look better and much more natural.

Types of Ceramic Materials for Dental Crowns


Zirconia is the strongest available material and the most biocompatible to the gums. It’s strength and biocompatibility makes it a primary material, and the crown can be made as thin as 0.8mm.

Lithium Disilicate (Emax)

Lithium Disilicate (Emax) is a material that delivers outstanding esthetic and precision fit. It combines the translucency of porcelain with incredible strength.