The mouth is our means of eating, speaking, and showing emotion. It is also a major factor in our general appearance. In the diseased state it can cause generalized poor health, pain, and infection. Most people want to be comfortable, attractive, able to chew well, and keep their own teeth all of their lives. All of these things are possible in this office, but it takes careful planning. Therefore, we try to establish mutual long range goals and begin working toward them.
Emergency problems are cared for first, then we can plan for any corrective work your mouth may need. A thorough examination, medical history, radiographs, and sometimes plaster models of your mouth are essential to proper diagnosis. Only then will we begin a mutually acceptable resoration program. Our goal is to fix each of your teeth so we have the least chance of ever having to repair it again.