Take a first step in feeling good and looking great with brighter, whiter teeth in less than an hour. Zoom! teeth whitening is safe, effective and very fast, and performed only by a dental professional.



Highlighted Services

Crowns and Bridges
When teeth are heavily decayed they may be too weak to survive with just a filling. By placing a crown, a tooth may be given a new lease of life. Even when a single tooth is lost a denture may not be required as a bridge can be made which spans the gap with a tooth attached to those next to the space. Sometimes when a single small tooth is lost at the front of the mouth a simple bridge can be made which has 'wings' that are glued to the back of the adjacent teeth. This results in less tooth being damaged by the drill.

Dental Fillings
As a hole is formed, due to decay, the dentist needs to fill this hole with a "filling". Today there are basically two types of filling, 'silver' and 'white' fillings. Silver fillings have received bad publicity lately, as they contain mercury, a toxic substance. Despite this fact it has many clinical advantages, like not being prone to bacteria entering underneath the filling. White fillings are used in the front of the mouth or for smaller fillings on the molar teeth. They are available in many shades which allows the matching of the tooth color. Yet, these fillings are prone to microscopic gaps that allow bacteria to enter.

Zoom! Teeth Whitening
The Zoom procedure takes less then an hour and the results are incredibly white teeth. The dentist first goes through a preparation stage where your lips and gums are covered, only leaving your teeth exposed. The gel is applied to your teeth in three fifteen minute sessions. During this time the gel is exposed to the Zoom! light which works together with the gel to break up all stains and discolorations. Finally, once the procedure is over, you leave with the brightest of smiles. Please go to our Services page for more info and a link to the Zoom! Website.

Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment involves the removal of the nerve from the tooth by drilling a hole in the top surface of the tooth. The inside is cleaned out with disinfectants and needle like fine instruments. The root canal is then dried and a rubber filling placed down the inside of the tooth. This is then sealed with a root filling material to prevent any bacteria entering. Once this has been completed the tooth can have a crown or filling placed on top which will then allow the tooth to function normally.