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State-of-the-Art Antiseptic ProceduresOur sterilization procedures meet the Centers for Disease Control guidelines. We heat-sterilize all hand pieces and instruments after each use. We only use ADA approved disinfectants. We use gloves, gowns, masks, eye protection and barrier covers at all times.
Filtered Water LinesWe understand your concern about water quality, and the importance of keeping you and your family healthy. For this reason, we utilize filtered water lines during our dental procedures. By filtering the water used in dental procedures, we are able to get rid of any substances that may compromise the health of our clients. The safety, health and care of our patients are our top priorities. This is just another way to show our patients that we care!
Anxious About Going
to the Dentist?
Sedation dentistry may be the solution if you:
- Have had traumatic dental experiences before
- Get anxious or feel uneasy
- Have overly sensitive teeth
- Have difficulty getting numb
- Are afraid of needles, noise, etc.
A Brighter, Healthier, More Beautiful Smile with One-Visit Sedation DentistryLearn more about Sedation Dentistry!
Digital X-RaysWe know that with your busy schedules, you want to get as much done in one place as possible. We offer in-office digital x-rays for your convenience. Digital x-rays are computer-generated images. These images require up to 90% less radiation than with conventional film type x-rays. Instead of using the traditional silver-oxide x-ray film that must be developed and then fixed in caustic and environmentally damaging solutions, the new system takes pictures via a small electronic sensor and instantaneously transmits a picture of the tooth onto the video monitor in the treatment room. Therefore, we can see your teeth and surrounding structures immediately. Feel free to contact us for more details, or to make an appointment!
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide our patients with the best possible care, we’re pleased to offer the benefits of the dental laser.
The laser is very precise and allows us to treat gum disease earlier than ever before. We can often intercept problems before they become big and require you to face more serious (and expensive) treatment.
Gum disease may be today’s most serious dental problem. When the laser treats soft tissue inside the mouth, there is little or no bleeding. That means you won’t need stitches following treatment.