Painless and relaxing - that may seem odd for sitting in the dentist chair but that's how I felt while Sandi and Suzanne re-cemented a crown that had fallen off (after many years) and drilled a cavity and put on a temporary crown. Even the nova-cane injection was painless. Sandi is the best dentist I've had in my life - and I've spent a lot of time in a dentist chair.
- Stephen M.
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The treatments you need for excellent dental health.
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Crowns & Bridges
  • Digital Dental X-Rays
  • Extractions
  • Family Dentistry
  • Invisalign
  • Periodontal Disease Prevention & Treatment
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Tooth-Colored Fillings
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What is the best way to keep my smile healthy?

Many people are more health conscious than ever and realize the value of maintaining good health instead of just waiting to treat problems as they arise. General dentistry provides most of the services that patients of all ages require to keep their teeth and gums free from disease.

For optimum oral health, we recommend the following steps:

Brush Your Teeth at Least Twice Daily

Using a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste, brush your teeth for two full minutes using a small circular motion with the bristles gently angled toward your gumline. Using excessive force to brush will not clean your teeth more effectively and may damage delicate gum tissue.

Floss at Least Once Daily

Using 2-3 feet of floss, floss up and down each side of each of your teeth. Do not force the floss any further than it will comfortably go. Think of your floss as a squeegee that removes plaque. Don’t miss flossing behind your back teeth.

Dental Exams, Cleanings, and X-Rays

Every patient is different. Follow your dentist’s recommended recall schedule to maintain healthy teeth and gums. For most patients this will require a visit every six months. For patients who suffer from gum disease, have some catching up to do, or who have reduced dexterity that makes home care difficult, we may recommend more frequent visits to maintain your oral health.