We are proud to offer a wide variety of dental service to meet all of our patients needs. Our staff is highly trained in both general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. You can rest assured that our doctors and our staff are experienced in many dental treatments.



If your teeth are misaligned in any way, then braces just might be the solution you’ve been looking for. Using metal wires and brackets, your braces will slowly guide your teeth into position, restoring their form and function once more.

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Crowns and Bridges

Sizable gaps between teeth can cause other dental problems in the future, so if you’re missing a tooth, you might want to consider getting a bridge to close up the gap. Often, we’ll use crowns to anchor the bridge in place, but crowns can also protect teeth that have been severely damaged, restoring their function once more.

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Dental Implants

If you’re missing one or more teeth but don’t want to get dentures, then implants just might be the option you’ve been looking for. Implants look, feel, and function like natural teeth, and they’re completely permanent. Over time, you may even forget that your implants aren’t your real teeth.

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Are you missing most or all of your teeth? We offer both complete dentures and partials. With dentures, you’ll be able to talk normally again. They’ll look just like natural teeth too, so no one will be able to tell that you have any missing teeth!

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General Dentistry

We’ll work with you to protect and care for your teeth as well as your family’s teeth. Coming in for your regular checkup helps a great deal, but it’s still up to you to take care of your own teeth between appointments. This could help prevent serious issues like cavities or gum disease from developing later in life.

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Traditional braces can be intrusive, unpleasant, and embarrassing. That’s exactly why we offer Invisalign, a process involving clear plastic aligners that are almost invisible to the naked eye. These aligners slowly adjust your teeth, which allows you to eat and speak normally.

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Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers can be just what the doctor ordered if you need to cover up blemishes or chipped teeth. With porcelain veneers your teeth will not only look strong and healthy but will also have their full function restored.

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Root Canal

If the pulp of a tooth starts to rot or the nerve is damaged, then we’ll have to perform a root canal. This will prevent further damage to your tooth and the surrounding bone, lowering the risk of future complications.

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Sedation Dentistry

Nervous about your next dental procedure? Not to worry. With our sedation dentistry, you’ll be calm and relaxed throughout the entire procedure. You might even fall asleep!

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Teeth Whitening

Have you tried everything to get a brighter, whiter smile? Our teeth whitening solutions will brighten your teeth quickly and comfortably. By the time we’re done, we guarantee you’ll be happy with your new smile.

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Tooth Extractions

If you need a tooth extracted we are here to help. There are a variety of reasons for getting a tooth extracted, including impacted wisdom teeth, removing teeth to help with crowding, or making room for a dental implant.

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Gum Disease Treatment

If you suffer from overly sensitive gums or gums that bleed, you may be experiencing the early warning signs of periodontitis, or gum disease. Gum disease is often easily treated with a thorough teeth cleaning by your dentist.

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Restorative Dentistry

If you have experienced damage to your smile, such as a broken, cracked, or chipped tooth, our restorative dentistry services can help. At The Gentle Art of Dentistry, we offer dental veneers, crowns, bridges, and a variety of other restorative dentistry services.

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