We encourage patients to visit our office on a regular basis. Checkups include a professional cleaning, diagnostic x-rays, and an oral cancer screening. We firmly believe preventive dentistry is the most important step to maintaining a healthy smile. Visiting our office regularly will help you avoid more serious oral health issues including bad breath, toothaches, gum disease, and tooth loss.
Early diagnosis during your regular checkup allows for minimally invasive treatment and helps to avoid more serious problems down the road. We provide high-quality, restorative treatments including sealants, fillings, crowns, and bridges. We strive to make these procedures painless and a great experience for the entire family.
Dr. Bisson and his staff welcome patients of all ages. During the first visit, we spend quality time getting to know you and your child. The visit will also include a thorough oral exam, cleaning, and x-rays (if necessary). More complicated procedures, such as fillings, will take place at a later visit after your child becomes familiar with us. We take a fun and relaxed approach to pediatric dental care to help our youngest patients enjoy their earliest visits to the dentist.
Cosmetic dentistry combines art and science to create beautiful smiles. We offer professional whitening treatments, ceramic crowns and veneers, contouring and reshaping of teeth, and replacing discolored fillings. Our goal is to give you the smile you’ve always wanted.
If your teeth are missing or damaged beyond repair, we can fit you for custom-made dentures or partial dentures. After an exam and x-rays, Dr. Bisson will determine the best treatment for you. Wearing dentures can improve the ability to chew and speak and enhances the beauty of your smile.
If you are experiencing tooth sensitivity, pain, swelling, or a bad taste in your mouth, your tooth may need a root canal. Root canal treatment is used to fix an infection from an untreated cavity or irreversible nerve damage to the tooth caused by trauma. This procedure helps alleviate tooth pain and can often be completed in one appointment.
Unfortunately, some teeth are beyond repair and may need to be surgically removed. If necessary, we offer in-house simple and surgical extractions. We also guide our patients through replacement options after surgery.