Dental Implants are artificial replacements for natural teeth. Our dental implants are made from high-tech, biocompatible materials and personalized to deliver optimal aesthetics. We can give your smile a new look and provide support for your natural teeth.
No more traditional braces and flossing nightmares! Invisalign is a proven method to achieve healthy teeth movement with the ease of brushing and flossing, and without the appearance of metal brackets! Get a smile you love today with Invisalign and Reliant Dental.
Veneer concentrates on improving the appearance of a person’s smile. We can provide you with cosmetic choices that can help you smile with confidence. With a veneer covering, you can hide cracked, crooked, or stained teeth all at once.
Gum disease is an infection of the tissues around the teeth. Our doctors advocate for regular brushing and flossing for all of their patients. We also provide periodontal care as well, to help you fight off any gum disease that’s already begun.
During a root canal procedure, we focus on saving the infected tooth by removing the infection and replacing it with special filling materials. This way, you don’t risk any further gum or tooth deterioration and may get to keep your natural teeth intact.
Dental crowns are a long term solution for teeth that need a little restoring. Dental imaging is used to make a cast of your tooth, create a comfortable fitting, and provide a cap that lets you smile and chew easily.
Let us put the sparkle back into your smile! In-Office whitening is easy and noninvasive. You can remove years of stains from your teeth in a single, one hour visit. All it takes is a few applications of a gel that is safe for your teeth and that won’t cause enamel damage.
Wisdom teeth can become a problem as you get older and they start to shift, crack, and decay teeth where they don’t belong. Don’t leave the look and comfort of your smile up to chance, see if you need your wisdom teeth removed today.
Dental visits are for keeping your gums and teeth in good shape. Other than regular brushing and flossing, biannual check ups might be the best thing you can do for your oral health.