Routine oral health exams can uncover symptoms of diabetes, osteoporosis and low bone mass.  It's important to come in and see us!

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check-ups & cleanings

It is important to have regular check-ups and cleanings every 6 months.  This allows our dental team to keep your mouth healthy and spot any potential problems early, while they are simple to fix.


fillings & crowns

Depending on the size of a cavity, a tooth with decay may need a filling or even a crown.  Both of these services can make teeth healthy and whole again, improving their appearance and function in your mouth.


tooth replacement

Today, there are many options for replacing missing teeth.  Our practice offers bridges, partials, dentures, and implants.  After an evaluation, Dr. Blair can discuss which option may be best for you to replace missing teeth.


cosmetic dentistry

We offer many services that can help transform your teeth and create a smile you are proud of! Some of these services include whitening and veneers.


tooth protection

Whether you are an athlete or someone who clenches and grinds their teeth at night, your teeth and any fillings or crowns in your mouth could be at risk for damage and wear.  We can provide custom fitted mouth guards or night guards to protect your teeth and dental work. Overtime, wearing guards can reduce injuries and prevent wear on dental work that will reduce your need for more dental treatment in the future!


treatment of gum disease

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Periodontitis, or gum disease, is more common than you think! Because early stage gum disease frequently does not hurt, many patients do not realize they may have gum disease and do not receive the treatment they need. Overtime this can lead to sore gums, bleeding gums, bad breath and even tooth loss. Our office can provide a full gum exam at your first appointment to determine the best gum treatment to keep your mouth and smile healthy.


tooth extractions

Sometimes there is nothing that can be done to save a tooth.  If a badly decayed tooth is left in the mouth it can lead to significant pain and infection that can spread to other teeth or other parts of your mouth and body. Our practice can remove these teeth under local anesthesia eliminating the infection.