If you have always dreamed of a more beautiful smile, cosmetic dentistry can help. From discolored teeth to missing teeth, cosmetic dentistry can solve any complaints you may have about the appearance of your smile.

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If your teeth have been damaged by trauma or decay, restorative dentistry can be used to restore your smile to its attractive, healthy former self. From minor cavities to infected teeth, restorative dentistry can repair all problems with your teeth.

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Did you know that your jaw is a lynchpin in your body’s musculoskeletal system? Unhealthy jaw function can contribute to balance and muscular problems that can affect much of your body. Neuromuscular dentistry helps restore healthy jaw function to provide a firm foundation for overall health.

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Porcelain veneers are among the most flexible and powerful procedures in cosmetic dentistry. Porcelain veneers can correct chipped, gapped, crooked, discolored teeth, and more. And they’re made of advanced ceramics that are highly durable and long-lasting.

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Traditional dentures don’t fit well. They can slip loose while talking, eating, and laughing. And they can make you look much older. FOY ® Dentures are designed to fit better, so that they not only function better, they can help you look much younger.

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Prettau implant bridges are used to replace some or all of your missing teeth. There’s no more need for loose dentures. The highly durable zirconia is resistant to chipping and cracking, so they are very long-lasting. And they look natural, much better than traditional dentures.

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Do you wake up feeling unrested in the morning, with headaches, dry mouth, or bad breath? Do you feel sleepy during the day and even doze off at work or while driving? Then you may have sleep apnea, a life-threatening condition in which your breathing stops at night.

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Snoring is more than a nighttime nuisance. It means you’re not getting enough oxygen when you sleep. That means both you and everyone around you aren’t sleeping well, which can lead to conflicts. And snoring may be related to sleep apnea.

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Dental crowns are like a sheath that fits over your tooth. They can be used to restore a badly damaged tooth to full function while giving it an attractive, healthy appearance.

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Teeth whitening is a method for chemically removing the stains that your teeth have acquired from food, drink, and other sources. There are several approaches to teeth whitening that can be used to fit your lifestyle and cosmetic goals.

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There are many options we can use to replace a lost tooth. Partial dentures are a removable tooth-replacement option that is inexpensive, but less functional. Dental bridges are permanently fixed so they’re highly functional, but they depend on your natural teeth for support.

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Tooth-colored fillings are a highly attractive approach to restoring cavities in your teeth, but they have functional benefits as well. They create a good seal with your natural teeth, won’t create microcracks, and don’t contain poisonous mercury like metal amalgam fillings.

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If you have an infected tooth, that infection is an imminent threat to that tooth, but the infection can spread to other teeth, your bones, sinuses, and even your brain. A root canal can stop the infection, save the tooth, and give highly functional results for more than a decade.

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Most of dentistry might be considered routine, but preventive dentistry is the most important kind. The more we can preserve your natural teeth through good oral hygiene and routine checkups, the better off you will be.

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Are you afraid of the dentist? Do you have difficulty getting numb or staying numb? Do you get a sore jaw or gag frequently during a dental visit? Is your back and neck sore after a dental appointment? Sedation dentistry can help with all these problems to give you a more comfortable dental appointment.

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Headaches are one of the more common complications of jaw dysfunction. Jaw dysfunction can even contribute to migraines. Treating jaw dysfunction can reduce the frequency and severity of your headaches.

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Dental implants are the tooth replacement that is most like your natural teeth. They have an artificial root that is anchored in the bone and an attractive dental crown on top so they look and function just like your natural teeth.

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Dental bonding allows us to reshape your teeth, correcting minor chipped teeth, gaps in your smile, and other complaints you may have about the appearance of your teeth. An inexpensive alternative to porcelain veneers.

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Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss among adults, and it’s also a danger to your overall health. Gum disease has been linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pregnancy complications, kidney problems, and even cancer. Gum disease treatment can save your teeth and maybe your life.

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Your gums are as vital to the appearance of your smile as your teeth. Without the proper framing, your teeth can look crooked or unhealthy. And too much visible gum tissue can make your teeth look small.

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In the past, “compliance recording” meant you had to use CPAP to treat sleep apnea, but no more. Dr. Clements offers oral appliance therapy with compliance recording so you can verify treatment with your insurance company, employer, and/or regulatory agencies.

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