Dental implants make it possible for people who have lost teeth due to decay, gum disease, injury, congenital defects, and other reasons to acquire permanent, natural-looking replacement teeth.
Nitrous Oxide, known to many as laughing gas, is the most commonly used form of sedation in dentistry. It is administered by having the patient breathe in the nitrogen and oxygen mixture, which is carefully monitored by your doctor.
If gingivitis is left untreated, the condition will progress into what we call periodontal disease. The plaque calcifies into tartar/calculus and can cause the tissues to pull away from the teeth.
Periodontal Services and Deep Cleaning
Many tooth problems involve infections that spread to tissues called the pulp or the 'nerve'. The pulp is the inner chamber of the tooth inside the root that contains blood vessels, nerves and other tissues that keep the tooth vital.
Root Canal Therapy