Do you suffer from migraines?

Do headaches interfere with your life?

Do you have light sensitivity?

Do you have problems with noise/sounds?

Do you have nausea?

~Dr. Randy has studied treating migraines for years and we would like to see if we are able to help you.

Give us a call at 236-3100



Crowns and Caps

A crown protects and strengthens a tooth with a very large filling, a badly broken, weakened or brittle tooth

Crowns fit over the tooth, similar to a thimble fitting over a finger

A crown is made of gold or white porcelain: porcelain crowns are often used for cosmetic reasons

Crowns are cemented to the prepared tooth


Restorations or Fillings

A process of adhering a synthetic, tooth colored resin to your teeth for restorative/cosmetic purposes

The resin material closely matches the color of your natural tooth

The cost of a restoration (filling) is determined by a number of factors including the size & number of surfaces 



A process of adhering a synthetic, tooth colored resin to your teeth for restorative/cosmetic purposes

The procedure is similar to placing a filling

Bonding can be used to: restore decayed teeth, chipped teeth, resurface stained teeth or close spaces between teeth

Bonding can often be done with little or no anesthetic

Very little, if any, tooth reduction is necessary


Replacing Missing Teeth

With time, if even one tooth is missing, the space may close

Teeth in front of a space drift back, while teeth behind a space tilt forward causing spaces between other teeth

As teeth drift out of position, problems may arise:

Occlusal (bite) problems: can cause clicking of the jaw, jaw pain and headaches

Difficulty cleaning certain surfaces of teeth: leading to decay and gum disease

 Missing teeth can be replaced with a removable partial denture, a bridge or an implant.


Removable partial denture

Designed to be inserted and removed

Held in place by clasps surrounding your natural teeth

Can be used where a fixed bridge cannot be placed

Least expensive option


Fixed Bridge

Cemented or bonded in place like a single crown

Not removable

Can be made of white porcelain, gold or a combination of the two


Best choice to replace a single tooth

Cylinder is surgically placed in jaw bone and a crown is placed on top of the cylinder

Takes a couple of months for the procedure to be completed: healing time is required following the placement of the cylinder


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