Before/After Photographs | We keep a pictorial record of the preexisting condition of the patient’s  teeth and the dramatic improvement after restorations have been completed. Patients are always so amazed at the difference and are welcome to take the photos home.

 

Intraoral Photographs | A tiny camera tours the mouth and displays the images on a monitor. This allows the patient to view his/her oral health and see what the doctor sees.

 

Biopsies | Should Dr. Webber observe suspicious tissue in the mouth, he will remove a small sample and send it to the lab to rule out cancer. Any area that looks different in color, texture, or size should be brought to Dr. Webber’s attention immediately. 

 

Bonding | No more mercury in our mouths! Direct bonding is the latest and healthiest technology in dentistry. Tooth-colored fillings are strong and beautiful!

 

Breath Treatment | Want fresher breath? Dr. Webber can address your oral health issues and recommend home care and/or additional treatment to make your breath feel fresh and clean.

 

Bridges | When a tooth is missing, it can cause a chain reaction of problems. Surrounding teeth may shift, causing stress to your jaw joint when you chew. A bridge fills in this space, using the adjacent teeth for support. 

 

Casey Education System | Dr. Webber subscribes to “Casey Education” which allows patients to watch videos of various procedures. A very informative and educational medium.

 

Crowns | In many cases, broken teeth and teeth that have significant decay can be saved with a crown. Gold or porcelain, a crown covers the coronal section of the tooth that has been shaped by Dr. Webber.

 

Desensitizing | Experiencing hypersensitivity to cold? Dr. Webber can apply a coating of medication that will alleviate the symptoms. 

 

Diagnodent | This tiny laser (the size of a pen) detects decay. On a scale of 1 to 99 it tells Dr. Webber how significant the cavity is. Along with digital x-rays, this tool aids in diagnosis and treatment planning.

 

Digital X-rays | A healthy alternative to traditional x-rays, digital technology reduces our exposure to radiation by 90%. 

 

Fluoride Treatments | The American Dental Association recommends all children under the age of 18 receive fluoride treatments with every professional cleaning. The fluoride foam is applied in a tray that fits the child’s teeth and studies have shown that it is a major player in the prevention of decay.

 

Hygiene Care (adult & child professional cleanings) | Despite restrictions set by insurance companies, the vast majority of adults should have their teeth professionally cleaned four times a year. Most children’s oral health can be maintained with two professional cleanings a year. Your hygienist is the best source of recommended treatment.

 

Implants | Replacing missing teeth with implants is the best option. An entire tooth is replaced with a titanium implant in the bone (replacing the natural tooth’s root) and restored with a crown (replacing the natural tooth’s coronal structure). Not only are esthetics restored, but implants also prevents the loss of bone which maintains the natural shape of one’s face.

 

Inlays/Onlays | A more conservative restoration when a crown is not necessary, inlays and onlays are lab-fabricated in gold or porcelain. They are used when a filling is not enough and a crown is too much to restore the integrity of the tooth.

 

Mercury Free Fillings | Direct bonding with tooth-colored filling material is the best technology dentistry has to offer. Free of mercury, this is a healthy and esthetically beautiful alternative to amalgam fillings.

 

Micro Air Abrasion | This miniature “sand blaster” uses a fine, pressurized stream of microscopic abrasive powder to remove small worn fillings, discoloration, stains and small amounts of decay. With this tool, small restorations can be completed with no anesthetic and no drill.

 

Oral Cancer Screening | 

 

Oral Hygiene Instruction | 

 

Periodontal Care | 

 

Porcelain Crowns/Fillings | 

 

Sealants |