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With a dental cleaning, a professional deep cleaning cleans hard-to-reach places to provide a superior cleaning to maintain healthy teeth and gums.


A dental examination involves a thorough assessment of the mouth at least once a year to determine if there are problems that require further care.


Dr. Gore places dental sealants on patient’s teeth to act as a barrier to prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar in order to avoid infections.


Some patients may require in-office fluoride treatments to further strengthen tooth enamel in order to prevent tooth decay and loss in the future.


Periodontal exams detect gum disease in patients, which has many treatment options including laser gum therapy, antibiotics, and gingivitis therapy.


Dr. Gore offers preventative dental care for patients of all ages, including children, seniors, and pregnant women to protect and enhance oral health.


To fix minor cosmetic flaws, like cracks, chips, and tooth shape, dental bonding is a procedure to improve the appearance of the smile.


To remove stains and brighten your teeth, professional home teeth whitening kits include effective bleaching ingredients and custom whitening trays.


Invisalign braces are a preferred alternative to metal braces for many patients. These invisible braces gently and effectively straighten teeth.


Laser gum sculpting uses advanced technology to remove excessive gum tissue to contour the gums for less noticeable gums to fix a “gummy smile.”


Dr. Gore performs Opalescence® Teeth Whitening to clean teeth by removing stubborn stains caused by common foods and drinks for long-standing results


For a fast way to make your smile brighter and more attractive, custom porcelain veneers are thin covers placed over the front, visible teeth.


Dr. Gore uses smile makeovers to help patients achieve their best-looking, healthiest smile possible through various treatment options like veneers.


To relax a patient during a dental procedure, intravenous (IV) sedation is used to deliver medication directly into the patient’s body through a vein.


Nitrous oxide is one of the most common sedation methods. Commonly known as “laughing gas,” it’s a great option to relax patients during procedures.


Before a dental procedure, oral-conscious sedation is given to a patient in a pill form to moderately sedate him or her throughout the dental work.


The 3D Cone Beam provides Dr. Gore with a 3D image of a patient’s skull to have greater precision in placing dental implants for seamless results.


The intraoral camera is a small camera placed in a patient’s mouth so images can be sent to a video monitor for both the doctor and patient to view.


The MLS (Multiwave Locked System) laser is used to compliment a number of dental procedures to speed up healing and reduce inflammation and soreness.


Dental bridges replace missing teeth through the use of false teeth that look natural. Bridges can help teeth look, feel, and function better.


A dental crown is a cap shaped like a tooth that’s fitted over a tooth to change its shape, size, and overall appearance to match the other teeth.


Dental implants replace a tooth or teeth by setting an anchor into the jawbone, which heals around the implant, then a tooth option is placed on top.


For patients who need added support before dental implants can be placed, bone grafting builds the jawbone with bone substitutes and composites.


Full mouth restoration restores the look, form, and function of the teeth, bite, and various muscles for an improved and more youthful appearance.


Complete or partial dentures are used for missing teeth. Made of false teeth, dentures can be removable or implant supported for greater stability.


Root canals can help save failing teeth by removing the infected pulp tissue within the tooth, which can be caused by cavities, tooth fractures, etc.


Tooth-colored, or non-metal, fillings are an appealing alternative for many patients since they look more natural compared to traditional fillings.


Occlusion refers to a patient’s bite. Improper occlusion can lead to oral problems such as tooth failure, recurring headaches, and facial muscle pain.


When unexpected dental issues arise, Dr. Gore can successfully treat his patients with emergency dentistry to alleviate pain and other symptoms.


Dr. Gore can customize durable, comfortable mouth guards for his patients to protect their teeth from injury during sporting activities and practice.


Night guards are designed to protect the mouth and reduce pain during the night for patients who grind their teeth, clench their jaw, or have TMJ.


One of the most common and easiest solutions to sleep apnea is a custom night guard (or oral appliance) to increase oxygen flow for better sleep.


When a tooth needs to be removed due to decay, extensive damage, infection, or pain, Dr. Gore uses tooth extraction to carefully remove the tooth.

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