When you are looking for a dental practice for your family, you want to know that your needs can be met in one office you’re comfortable with.  From simple but very important preventive care to minor restorations to full smile make-overs, we offer a robust and comprehensive set of dental treatments and services to help you and your family achieve your individual health goals.  Our goal is to keep you smiling beautifully, or get you there if you need us to.


  • Dental Sealants
  • Digital Radiographs & Diagnostics
  • Fluoride Treatment
  • Oral Hygiene Education
  • Early Interceptive Treatment


  • Tooth Colored Fillings
  • Crown & Bridge Treatment
  • Dental Implants
  • Mini Dental Implants
  • Full & Partial Dentures


  • Bruxism Management
  • Sports Mouthguards
  • Invisialign ® Orthodontics
  • Orthodontics
  • Complex Treatment Planning


  • Dental Trauma Management
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Dental Extractions
  • Gum Disease Treatment
  • Emergency Services

Patient Information

Pre-Operative Instructions

Patient Preparation for Dental Treatment Appointments
1.  Confirm your appointment.
2.  Pick up any prescriptions dispensed prior to dental treatment and use as directed – such as antibiotics, pain medications, etc.
3.  If you are taking any prescription or non-prescription medications – Some medications have to be stopped before certain procedures, others need to be taken as directed, and others need to be taken only before certain dental procedures.  Most of prescribed and non-presribed medications, with some exceptions, can be taken as usual before dental treatment.  Instructions regarding medications will have been reviewed with you during your initial examination.
4.  Make arrangements with work or school.  Most appointments are made days or weeks in advance, which gives time to give employers and schools sufficient notice in preparation.  Some procedures require some down-time afterwards, but after most dental procedures, most of our patients return to work as normal.
5.  Bring any inhalers, nitroglycerin, Epi-pens and medications that are usually taken as needed to the appointment.

Post-Operative Instructions

After treatment care instructions vary from procedure to procedure.
Regardless, it is very important that post-operative instructions be followed closely for procedure success and for your comfort.
Below are some instructions on how to take care of your surgical sites for extractions and implants.