General, restorative, and cosmetic dental care and oral surgery services.
Keep your teeth and gums healthy with a professional cleaning, X-rays, and oral health screening every 6 months.
Plaque buildup can cause bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay. Dental sealants help prevent plaque from building up in hard-to-reach places.
Professional fluoride treatments are a popular and safe way to prevent tooth decay and can be performed during your child’s regular checkup.
Get rid of pain and restore your oral health. A dental filling is a quick, easy, and common way to treat a cavity. We use a tooth-colored composite for a natural look.
Injury or decay can damage a tooth’s size, shape, and appearance. A dental crown restores function, provides support, and enhances aesthetics.
Removing a tooth can improve oral health and function. Full Smile Dental performs gentle tooth extractions in a comfortable environment.
Dental emergencies happen. We offer same-day appointments to treat tooth pain, infection, and injury as quickly as possible.
Enjoy a brighter smile in minutes. Zoom whitening treatment reverses tooth discoloration with long-lasting results.
A proven and virtually invisible orthodontic solution, Invisalign gently aligns teeth without the restrictions of traditional braces.
Icon® treats early tooth decay, cavities, and uneven color by absorbing onto and stabilizing the tooth's structure. No drilling or anesthesia necessary!
Oral Surgery Procedures
Restore one or both arches of teeth with a natural-looking prosthesis that is supported by as few as four dental implant posts.
Smile with confidence! A dental implant is a popular tooth replacement option with results that are functional and natural-looking.
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to develop and should be removed early to prevent dental shifting, cysts, or infection.
Bone grafts regrow bone in an area where more bone is desired and helps prepare the jaw to support a dental implant.
Canine teeth are crucial for a healthy bite. When a canine tooth is trapped beneath the gums, an expose and bond procedure helps bring the tooth into position.
A tooth may need to be removed if it is badly damaged, if there are too many teeth, or if an unhealthy tooth threatens your oral health.
Jaw surgery can solve bite misalignment, alleviate facial pain, and improve facial harmony by surgically repositioning the jaws.
Oral surgeons can treat facial injuries promptly to ensure the head, neck, mouth, and face heal and function properly.
Clicking or popping of the jaw joint could indicate a TMJ disorder. A temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder may be corrected with at-home treatment or surgery.
A frenum is a band of soft tissue that connects the lips to the gums and the tongue to the bottom of the mouth. A frenectomy can correct a frenum that is too thick or large.
This is a graft-less bone regeneration method that involves gradually separating bony segments in order to make new bone grow in between them.
Sleep apnea increases the risk for other major health issues. There are nonsurgical and surgical treatments available to ensure proper airflow during sleep.
Any bumps or patches in the mouth could indicate oral disease and can be detected, diagnosed, and treated by an oral surgeon.
Pre-prosthetic surgery helps shape the teeth or bony ridges of the dental arch so that a prosthesis will fit securely and comfortably in the mouth.
Cleft Lip & Palate
A cleft lip or cleft palate is a gap in the lip or roof of the mouth. Treatment allows your child to speak and eat properly and have aesthetically pleasing results.