Skip the metal and wires of traditional braces and bring your teeth into alignment, invisibly, showing nothing but your stunning smile. Our office offers Clear Correct Aligners, MTM Clear Aligners and Invisalign Clear Aligners.
Optimal oral hygiene requires routine maintenance. A dental cleaning involves removing built-up plaque, checking for cavities and gum disease, as well as monitoring any oral health issues between visits.Learn More
A restorative procedure — a crown or cap — covers a tooth or dental implant, often in order to protect a tooth from a large cavity.
Any injury or severe damage to a tooth or its surrounding tissue is defined as a dental emergency and must be treated by a dental professional right away.Learn More
A permanent method to replace a missing tooth, a dental implant is a titanium post surgically inserted below your gum line to support a crown or cap.Learn More
An easy way to flash a healthy smile, dentures consist of an easy to remove frame, which supports a single or several artificial teeth.
Bonding involves connecting artificial dental material to a natural tooth, often for cosmetic purposes.
A simple restorative step, a filling addresses a damaged or decayed tooth.
You can never start too early when it comes to oral health and hygiene. Pediatric dentistry evaluates the oral health of infants and children in order to address any dental development issues and instill smart habits.Learn More
Considered both a cosmetic and protective dental material, porcelain veneers cover the surface of a tooth for a shinier and stronger smile.
As the saying goes, “the best offense is a good defense.” Preventive dentistry represents the routine habits that go into keeping your teeth healthy, including daily brushing and flossing, supported by routine professional dental cleanings.
Sometimes even the best preventive steps cannot safeguard against every dental problem. Restorative dentistry is a process used to evaluate and address dental concerns, including injuries, diseases, and aesthetic issues.
Root Canal Treatment
Often referred to as endodontic treatment, root canal treatment involves the removal of any damaged or diseased material inside of a tooth, followed by filling and sealing the surface of that tooth.
For a range of reasons, a tooth might need to be removed by a simple process known as a tooth extraction.
A popular cosmetic procedure, the most effective method of teeth whitening involves an in-office treatment designed to remove stains from the surface of the teeth, resulting in a whiter and brighter smile.
Call the team at Crown Dental at (603) 521-7739 for more information about any of our services or to schedule your next visit. We look forward to seeing you soon!