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In order to maintain healthy teeth, gums, and oral health, a comprehensive dental cleaning is recommended at least twice a year for best results.

Part of preventative care, dental examinations allow dentists to examine the mouth carefully with advanced technology to check for any oral problems.

To prevent the build-up of bacteria, tartar, and plaque, which cause cavities, the dentists at CDA can apply dental sealants to the surface of teeth.

Fluoride treatments are a way for dentists to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent the occurrence of tooth decay with professional-strength fluoride.

Periodontal examinations include a checklist of items to look for to determine if a patient is exhibiting any signs of periodontal (gum) disease.

During a yearly dental exam at Cosmetic Dental Associates, a patient should receive an oral cancer screening to check for the presence of cancer.

For patients who are looking to enhance the cosmetic appearance of their teeth, porcelain veneers are a great option to achieve beautiful teeth.

Custom smile makeovers are the perfect way to transform not only the smile, but overall appearance, as well, for an effective “dental facelift.”

With dental bonding, small imperfections of the teeth can be fixed whether it’s chips, cracks, gaps, or lightly stained teeth to rejuvenate the smile.

Dazzling, whiter teeth are easily within reach with the Zoom Teeth Whitening system. Zoom can whiten teeth up to several shades in less than an hour.

At-home teeth whitening options are great ways to conveniently prolong the effectiveness of in-office treatments like Zoom for whiter, brighter teeth.

Invisalign Orthodontics takes away all of the unpleasantness of traditional braces with invisible, removable aligners for teeth straightening.

Gum recontouring involves laser technology to noninvasively sculpt the gum line by removing excessive gum tissue for a more impressive, radiant smile.

When one or more teeth are missing, a dentist can place a dental bridge to actually “bridge” the gap caused by the missing teeth for a natural look.

A dental crown is used to restore function and form to a damaged tooth and with the CEREC system, crowns can be designed and installed in 1 visit.

Full mouth restoration not only enhances the appearance of the mouth, but restores form and function to improve the health and viability of the mouth.

When all of a patient’s teeth are missing, full dentures can be used for replacement, while partial dentures are used when several teeth are missing.

Tooth-colored, or non-metal, fillings are an appealing alternative for many patients since they look more natural compared to traditional fillings.

To save a diseased tooth, a root canal is often performed. The infected pulp is removed to restore chewing, bite force, and the tooth’s appearance.

Airway problems are oftentimes linked to bacteria from oral diseases, such as gum disease, which travels and leads to eventual breathing troubles.

Night guards are custom made devices that are worn in the mouth while a patient sleeps to help prevent snoring, teeth grinding, and/or jaw clenching.

The TMJ joint is similar to a sliding hinge that connects the jawbone to the skull. Dysfunction with the joint can lead to jaw pain and tenderness.

Irreparably damaged teeth may need to be extracted. Tooth extraction involves removing the damaged tooth from the mouth to avoid other issues.

Snoring occurs when air can’t move freely through the nose and throat during sleep, causing the tissue to vibrate, which leads to snoring noises.

Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth where the implants are secured into the jawbone as a foundation to place dental restorations on top.

Nitrous Oxide Sedation is the perfect solution for patients that want to be sedated through their procedure.

When a patient wants to be sedated without the use of needles or gas, oral-conscious sedation is the perfect solution since it’s given in pill form.

With intravenous (IV) sedation, the anesthesiologist delivers controlled amounts of medication into the body via the vein to relax the patient.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.

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