At your dental cleaning appointment, we routinely screen and evaluate your oral health, check your blood pressure, conduct a visual and tactile soft tissue examination and perform a detailed exam for periodontal (gum) health. All our dental hygienists have received advanced training in periodontal care and are happy to help maximize your dental health.
Our patients receive the benefit of the best and most successful whitening procedures. We are proud Premier Providers of the Kor Whitening System. Schedule your smile beautification upgrade today!
Drs. Sheerin and Wang use state of the art digital imaging to provide more detail with a fraction of the exposure of old- fashioned x-ray film.
We practice state of the art sterilization practices, and perform weekly spore checking tests to confirm efficient and absolute sterilization of our instruments. Here’s how we maintain our commitment to your safety:
Stainless steel instrument cassettes are cleaned by a medical- grade washing machine. The cleaned cassettes are then wrapped, sealed and sterilized in an autoclave. We proudly store our sterile instrument packs in a glass- fronted cabinet for all our patients to admire!
Fillings, Inlays, Crowns
When a tooth is decayed or broken, Drs. Sheerin and Wang will always take the time to explain the extent of the problem and recommend appropriate treatment choice(s) which will offer long- term health.
Bonding (White) fillings are best to fix a small chip or small spot of decay, in either front or back teeth. In back teeth where the bite and chewing pressures are greater, Inlays, Onlays or Crowns in white or in gold reliably restore health, form and function. Again, your doctor will be happy to explain the benefits of treatment.
Whitening alone won’t satisfactorily improve your smile in the presence of visible old fillings, surface roughness or other physical defects.
Porcelain veneers are a beautiful way to create a spectacular smile. Veneers are custom- made, carefully fitted facings which provide years of beautiful smiles.
Endodontic (Root Canal) treatment
When the nerve of a tooth dies or becomes infected, endodontic treatment allows the tooth to be saved. Often, a crown will be recommended to preserve and protect the treated tooth.