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Services & Amenities

Restorative Dentistry

We take our responsibility seriously to help our patients achieve good dental health and the confidence that comes with a great smile. Our practice provides a broad range of restorative services from the treatment and repair of broken, infected, or otherwise damaged teeth to the care of the gums, tissue, and bones that support the teeth (periodontal treatment).

We also offer services that many other practices outsource to specialists, such as extractions, implants, and root canal therapy. This allows us to provide you with seamless care for most dental needs in our supportive environment. Listed below are our restorative services.

If you need additional specialist care, we maintain a network of leading, highly qualified New York specialists for referrals.

Protective Crowns and Fixed Bridges

When a tooth is severely damaged, a dental crown acts as a protective cover, strengthening the tooth and reinforcing the remaining tooth structure. Read more ...

Porcelain Inlays/Onlays

These are used to restore the structural soundness of damaged teeth and take the place of more toxic, less aesthetically pleasing metallic fillings. Read more ...

Bonding & Tooth Colored Fillings

For small to medium cavities, we use directly placed bonded fillings, which can be completed in one visit, to seal off cavities, protect the nerves of your teeth and strengthen the remaining tooth structure. Read more ...

Dental Implants

Implants are an ideal solution for patients with missing teeth. An implant typically consists of a titanium cylinder permanently set in the jawbone with a replacement tooth or teeth attached. Read more ...    

Dentures

Replacing one or more teeth couldn't be easier with the multitude of denture alternatives available now. Dentures are also more comfortable than ever and can be more retentive utilizing attachments to implants or a few remaining teeth. Read more ...

Root Canal Therapy

Infected tissue in the tooth pulp can cause severe pain and eventually lead to tooth loss. Root canal therapy is designed to remove infected tissue and save the tooth. Read more ...

Extractions and Oral Surgery

When a tooth is decayed or fractured beyond repair or inadequate bone support exists, an extraction may be indicated. Wisdom teeth that cannot be maintained hygienically due to their location or if their position causes forces that move the front teeth out of alignment may need extraction as well. Read more ...

Treatment of Gum Disease and Halitosis (Bad Breath)

Periodontal disease is characterized by swollen, tender, or bleeding gums. Bad breath is caused by periodontal disease 85% of the time. Early and moderate periodontal disease can be treated with nonsurgical and antimicrobial therapies. Advanced periodontal disease may need some conservative surgical therapy. Read more ...

Treatment of TMJ Disorders

A misaligned bite, bruxism (teeth grinding), and other factors can put stress on the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). TMJ disorders can be the source of a variety of painful symptoms, from headaches to ear and neck pain. However, there are a number of treatment alternatives to reduce discomfort. Read more ...

Treatment of Sleep Apnea/Snoring

Sleep apnea is blockage of a person's airway, usually when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapses and closes during sleep. It is very common among adults. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times during the night and often for a minute or longer. Read more ...