An understanding of the needs and desires of the individual patient is the cornerstone of Dental Innovations. Our services begin with a complete oral evaluation resulting in a personalized periodontal management program and a well-planned course of treatment to perpetuate the long-term dental health of all patients. Any recommended treatment will only be pursued once you and your dentist come to an agreement on how best to move forward. All treatment options will be explored, as well as any and all fees associated with the proposed treatments. Your health and satisfaction are our primary concern.
The advancements in cosmetic dentistry have given people the opportunity to achieve the smiles they’ve always wanted. Dental Innovations uses state-of-the-art technology to transform your smile and help you acquire a million-dollar smile. Call to arrange a consultation with a Dental Innovations professional.
Over time, teeth naturally become stained due to the food and drink that is consumed. Whitening can effectively remove stains from your teeth, resulting in a whiter, more brilliant shine. Dental Innovations offers two options for whitening. Our in-office system uses state-of-the-art, pain-free technology to give you results in an hour. We also have a simple take-home system that can be used during either the day or night, at your discretion, and gives you results in 10 to 14 days.
An implant is a titanium post that is placed into the jaw. It performs the same function as a tooth root and holds bridges, crowns, and dentures in place. Dental implants are great options for anyone with good oral health who has lost any teeth.
VELscope is a non-invasive and pain-free technology that enables your doctor to conveniently use a light-emitting device to detect any signs of oral cancer. Light from the VELscope illuminates the mouth, causing healthy cells to glow fluorescently. Any potential areas for concern in the mouth will appear dark instead, especially when contrasted with healthy areas. This technology allows your doctor to more conveniently check for oral cancer and other abnormalities.