We offer teeth cleanings for $125.00 for patient without insurance or between insurance coverage. This includes exam, x-rays and cleaning.
The standard recommendation is to visit twice a year for check-ups and cleanings. This frequency level works well for most people.
Patients with implants, crowns and some people with gum disease, a genetic predisposition for plaque build-up or cavities, or a weakened immune system might need to visit the dentist more frequently for optimal care.
To allow your dentist to check for problems that you might not see or feel including early signs of decay.
To treat any other oral health problems found (Generally, the earlier a problem is found, the more manageable it is.)
Cleaning – Although home-based tooth brushing and flossing help remove plaque, only a professional cleaning – provided by the dentist or dental hygienist – can thoroughly clean your teeth and remove the hardened plaque (called calculus or tartar) that builds up on teeth. The hygienists use a series of metal hand instruments to clean your teeth.
Polishing – After your teeth have been cleaned, they are polished to remove plaque and stains on the tooth surface. The polish contains an abrasive substance and fluoride, and is applied using a small rotating rubber cup or brush attached to the dental hand piece.
Prevention – The hygienist might offer additional instructions for you to follow at home, based on the results of your exam. Don't hesitate to ask us for instructions about brushing or flossing, or general care questions about your teeth and gums.
has been a dentist for years and has been through several post graduate courses in different fields of dentistry since receiving his DDS degree.
Our emphasis on patient comfort as well as keeping up-to-date with the latest advancements allow us to offer the best quality of care in the field. As a team we have a wide range of experience in different areas of dentistry, from cosmetic and restorative dentistry to surgical treatments, root canal treatments and periodontal treatments.
Our approach to your treatment starts with patiently listening to you. Then, after a complete and thorough examination, we will review and discusses the diagnosis and treatment options with you.