Dental Veneers

When a patient would like to improve the color, size, shape, or length of their teeth, Dr. Frandsen may recommend dental veneers. Dental veneers are thin shells of tooth-colored materials that are custom made to cover the front of the teeth. They are bonded in place to improve the appearance of the teeth. Veneers are made of porcelain or resin composite materials.

Teeth Whitening

If you want a Beautiful White Smile Dr. Frandsen and his team may recommend teeth whitening. Our dental office offers both in-office “Zoom” Whitening and at-home teeth whitening.

3D Imaging

At our practice, we are proud to use the latest in dental technologies and techniques. This will help our dentists to be more efficient and will increase patient comfort. To prepare for complex dental treatments, Our Dentists may use 3D imaging. Our 3D imaging device is called a cone beam CT scanner. This advanced X-ray machine is used when regular dental X-ray images are not enough. A cone shaped X-ray beam is moved around the patient, producing a number of images. These high-quality images are put together to produce a 3D image.

Dental Bridges

If a patient is missing one or more permanent teeth, we may recommend a bridge. A dental bridge is an appliance that closes the gap caused by one or more missing teeth. The new tooth is held in place by two crowns. It looks natural and is made out of a ceramic or porcelain material to match the surrounding teeth.

Dental Crowns

If you need the shape, size, strength, and appearance of a tooth restored, Dr. Frandsen may recommend a dental crown. A dental crown is a custom-made cap that is placed over a tooth to repair and strengthen the remaining tooth structure.

Dental Implants

When a patient is missing one or more permanent teeth, Our Doctors may recommend dental implants. Dental implants provide a permanent option for restoring lost teeth. Dental implants will allow you to have a beautiful, natural smile and the ability to chew the foods you love. A dental Implant consists of a titanium implant post and a dental restoration. The implant post is surgically placed into your jawbone beneath the gum line and then completed with a crown.