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Family & cosmetic dentistry

 is our specialty!


Dental Health Maintenance & Prevention

Dental Cleanings, exams, & oral cancer screening

This process is the basis for good oral hygiene, healthy teeth & gums. We encourage you to use an ultrasonic toothbrush instead of a traditional toothbrush, as it is much more effective in removing plaque. In addition, flossing daily and regular visits to our office for a cleaning are also highly recommended.

Dental X-Rays

Dental x-rays are an important part of our procedure as they help us to see what is going on beneath the surface.


During this treatment fluoride is added to the surface of the teeth as a guard against tooth decay.


Sealants are used as a protective barrier for teeth with tiny cracks, preventing plaque from building up in the crevices and causing decay.


DIAGNOdent is a process that we use to detect cavities and tooth decay that may be forming beneath the surface of the tooth. DIAGNOdent is a laser cavity detection device.

Clenching/Grinding Mouth guards

These mouth guards are custom fit to your mouth and are used to prevent the degradation of your teeth from excess clenching and the grinding of your teeth.

Athletic Mouth guards

Like the other mouth guards, our athletic mouth guards are custom fit to the shape of your mouth, providing comfort and protection.


Gum Disease Treatments

Scaling & Root Planing (video available)

Scaling and Root Planing is a procedure that “polishes” the surface of the tooth to make it smooth; making it harder for plaque to stick to it. This procedure is applied above and below the gum line.

Periodontal Maintenance (video available)

This is done following a scaling and root planing procedure to maintain the smooth texture of the teeth and should be done every 3-4 months.

Localized Antibiotic Placement

Also performed after a scaling and root planing, localized antibiotic placement is an injection of antibiotics placed in areas beneath the gum line to help control or eliminate the bacteria.


Chipped/Broken teeth

Cavities (video available)

Cavities are small holes in your teeth that, if left alone, can further decay the tooth. Cavities are easily repaired by using a filling to fill in the hole, preventing plaque and bacteria from making the cavity worse.

Crowns (video available)

A crown is a cover or cap that is used to restore the function and appearance of a damaged tooth.

White Fillings

As an alternative to the traditional silver, or amalgam, the white filling is a better alternative in that it is more exact in sizing of the cavity, has a better aesthetic quality, and it lasts longer.

Root Canals

A root canal is the removal of the nerve with in an affected tooth. Whether decay or a form of trauma has exposed the nerve in a tooth, it will have to be removed to prevent recurring tooth aches, possible infection and damage.

Extractions & Bone Grafts

An extraction takes place when a tooth needs to be removed due to damage or decay, typically, but there are a number of reasons that you may need to have this procedure. During the process the entire tooth is removed, root and all.
A bone graft will take place after the extraction of a tooth, and is commonly performed to restore any damage caused by periodontal disease, trauma, or other dental related issues.


Cosmetic Improvements (video available)


Bonding is the process of adhering, or “bonding”, a tooth-colored resin material to the surface of an existing tooth, to restore or improve your smile.


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Veneers are a very thin tooth-colored material used to cover the surface of an existing tooth to enhance its appearance. The veneer can change the shape, size or color of the tooth.


Whitening, or bleaching, of the teeth is a process that restores and brightens the color of the teeth.

Minor tooth movements

Through minor tooth movement, we’re able to straighten crooked teeth, enhancing your smile.


Tooth Replacements


A bridge is a combination of 2 crowns and one or more false teeth. The crowns act as anchors, forming a bridge or connection for the false tooth/teeth.

Partial & Complete Dentures

Dentures are restorations, or replacement teeth, meant to fit in place where teeth no longer exist. Partial dentures are for people who have lost one or more teeth, whereas complete dentures are for those that have lost all of their teeth. Both types of dentures are removable.


An implant is an artificial tooth root that is implanted into the existing socket so that a replacement tooth or bridge can be added.


1680 Kingsway Court Trenton, MI 48183