Additional Dental Services

As an all-encompassing practice, we offer a full scope of procedures to conveniently help with all of your dental care needs under one roof!

Root Canal Treatments

Untreated tooth infections can result in serious pain, worsening infection, and eventual tooth loss. A root canal is a procedure that involves removing infected and inflamed tissue from the innermost layer and nerve of a tooth (the pulp).

After removing the infection, the dentist cleans and disinfects the area. The dentist fills and seals the area, which is then covered with a dental crown.

Bone Grafts

We perform bone grafting to help patients who have suffered bone loss in the jaw due to missing teeth and lack the support needed for dental implants.

Third Molar Extractions

Wisdom tooth removal is common for teenagers and young adults. Wisdom teeth can cause severe pain, tooth shifting, and infection if allowed to erupt and grow.

We perform wisdom tooth removal at our office. Because it is an invasive oral surgery, patients can expect longer recovery times, post-surgery home care, and follow-up appointments.

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Emergency Visits

Dental emergencies can be very frightening and often painful. Prompt treatment is always required to alleviate pain and ensure your teeth have the best chance of survival.

If you’re dealing with a dental emergency, call us immediately at (603) 230-9719, and we will schedule you in as soon as possible.

Impressionless Dentistry

Digital mouth scanners have made messy mold impressions no more! Traditionally, mold impressions were taken of teeth to fit dental restorations.

With digital mouth scanners, it’s simple to gain accurate teeth and oral cavity measurements. Plus, digital impressions reduce exposure to radiation and result in faster appointment time.

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-rays use an electronic sensor (instead of X-ray film) to capture and store digital images on a computer.

These images are then viewed and enlarged, helping our team to detect problems easier.

Digital X-rays reduce radiation compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental X-rays. These X-rays are essential, preventative, and provide valuable information that isn’t always visible during regular dental exams.