Jennifer Englebright, DMD
Cavities are usually the main reason for dental fillings. Decay is excavated and replaced with tooth colored filling to restore the function of the tooth.
Modern technology in dentistry allows us to restore decayed or fractured teeth with beautiful, perfect fitting, porcelain crowns.
Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic treatment is a dental procedure that replaces a tooth’s damaged or infected pulp and canals and usually followed by a crown.
Orthodontic treatment is a procedure that treats malpositioned teeth with braces to correct occlusion.
Scaling and root planing, also known as deep cleaning, is the process of removing of dental plaque and calculus trapped under the gums which causes inflammation and can lead to advanced periodontal disease.
Composite bonding uses tooth-colored direct dental composites to repair various tooth damages such as cracks or gaps.
Dental whitening is done to lighten teeth without causing damage to them and their surrounding structures. Can be done in office or at home with special instructions.
Usually recommended every six months, a routine dental cleaning helps reduce gum and tooth disease.
Invisalign is an alternative to wire braces that uses clear aligners to move teeth.
If you are in need of emergency care please call our office directly.
Roger A. Kleinman, DDS
Mark Knakal, DDS
Richard U. Ly, DDS
Thomas Patrie, DDS
Richard G. Rosenblatt, DDS
Robert G. Williams, DDS
Aimee M. Zopf, DMD
Mary Kate Robelen