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Our practice accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and also offers CareCredit, which is a type of healthcare credit card with limited, no interest financing available for those who are eligible. To apply for pre-approval, visit www.carecredit.com or simply ask if we can help qualify you right here in our office. Why wait any longer to improve your smile?

Crowns are a permanent cosmetic procedure that covers your entire tooth. It will alter the size, shape and color of your teeth in as little as two treatments.

Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that are applied directly to your natural teeth. Like dental crowns, this effective procedure can be completed in as few as two visits. Veneers change the size, shape and color of a patient’s teeth. This procedure is also used to correct cracked or discolored teeth. In many cases, our patients request porcelain veneers simply to attain a brighter, healthier smile.

An affordable dental treatment that helps many patients, bonding fills in gaps between the front teeth and improves discoloration. The results are apparent right away – your smile will be vastly improved in a matter of hours. Similar to tooth whitening, however, discoloration can result from beverages like coffee, soft drinks or red wine.

Teeth Whitening is a cost effective and safe approach to a brighter, healthy smile. Fluoride is a component of the product that helps lower the risk of tooth and gum sensitivity. Application of whitening must be monitored by your dentist and should only be performed following a thorough exam and cleaning.

The positive results of this popular whitening process can stay in effect for years if maintained correctly, but drinks like wine or coffee can bring back some discoloration. Generally, a substance that can leave a stain on your clothes can also stain your teeth.

Modern dental practices offer a number of ways to improve your smile. Some of these effective methods performed at our offices include:

  • Tooth Whitening
  • Bonding
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Porcelain Crowns

All About You Dental Care has the expertise to enhance your smile with some or all of these procedures. Please call us today for a consultation to learn more about how we can create a treatment plan personalized to your dental needs.

Silver Fillings – also known as Amalgam Fillings – have been in use in the dental industry for many years. Manufactured from a metal alloy that includes Mercury, it was the most effective type of restoration for fillings. The metal contracts or expands according to the temperature of whatever substances are placed within the mouth. This reaction prevents bacteria from entering a tooth after it’s been filled and promotes oral hygiene.

White Fillings, which are referred to as composites or resins, are typically made from glass or plastic polymers. This type of filling permits your dentist to fill in cavities with a substance that feels and looks very similar to your own natural tooth structure. This restoration is made with a resin material that fits into a tooth and prevents decay. Instead of a silver or gray material inside your mouth, the composite color is matched with the color of your teeth.

A serious, chronic condition, Periodontal Disease is a dental issue that calls for immediate treatment. The troublesome condition can be managed through a series of cleanings or root planing and scaling procedures. In some cases, laser therapy and local antibiotics are also applied. For severe cases of periodontal disease, surgery may be necessary.

Periodontal Disease can start with few or even no symptoms at all. The cause of the disease is a bacteria that surrounds the teeth and penetrates the gum tissue. This unpleasant condition is called gingivitis and leads to gum irritation, bleeding and inflammation. Without effective treatment the condition usually grows worse and leads to additional symptoms including:

They include:

  • Bad Breath
  • Gum Recession
  • Gum Sensitivity to Acidic Foods
  • Abscesses
  • Tooth Pain
  • Tooth Loss


When bacteria surrounds the teeth and enters gum tissue the result is the condition of gingivitis. The gums can bleed while becoming inflamed and irritated. In order to prevent gingivitis from progressing, consistent hygiene practices and dental visits are important. During your visit to our offices, our team will instruct you on correct flossing and oral hygiene to help prevent periodontal disease.

Good oral hygiene begins with regular brushing and flossing every day. By sticking to a routine you’ll lessen the chance of developing gingivitis or other related problems.

Teeth sensitivity is caused when the gum line recedes and exposes the dentin beneath it. To help prevent this there are many toothpastes and dental products available. Ask our experienced staff for more information on how to treat sensitive gums and teeth.

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