General Dentistry

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings also known as white fillings are used to fill cavities. Unlike amalgam or silver fillings, resin composite is highly aesthetic, safe, and it reinforces the integrity of tooth structure by forming a strong bond to it.

Dental Cleanings

Dental Cleaning is an essential part of our routine dental care for you. It includes (but not limited to) Removal of plaque and tartar, Stain removal, Fluoride application, Sealants (for children), Polishing teeth, including fillings and crowns.

Dental Exams and X-Rays

The well being of your mouth and teeth is important to us as it is to you. Having dental check ups every six months is highly recommended. While your dentist will directly see and evaluate oral soft tissue and surfaces of your teeth, dental X-rays help diagnose caries in between your teeth where its not visible to naked eye.

Dental Emergencies

Experiencing pain and discomfort in your mouth? have facial swelling or a chipped tooth? We have the right knowledge and expertise to help you. CALL NOW to take the first available appointment.

Metal-free Removable Partial Denture

Missing teeth? Partial Dentures are removable appliances, which help restore missing teeth and improve aesthetics and function.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canals contain pulpal tissue, where nerve and blood supply to your teeth reside. When infected by bacteria, the pulp needs to be cleaned and the root canal will be sealed permanently to prevent further problems such as abscess (acute infection) and bone loss (chronic infection). Root canal treatments are also indicated in case of irreversible inflammation of the pulp, usually diagnosed by lingering sensitivity to temperature.

Scaling and Root Planning

Plaque and calculus build up contains bacteria causing gum disease, bone loss, and bad odor. Scaling Root planning is the treatment necessary to remove these irritants and provide the gum with healthy environment so it may properly heal.


Sealants prevent cavities! Morphologically, Our posterior teeth have deep fissures and grooves finer than the thickness of the bristles of a tooth brush. Sealants flow into these grooves and prevent bacteria and food particles from attaching to the tooth.