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Whether you need a simple cleaning or a total smile makeover, we have a variety of services for you and your whole family.  Call us today to schedule a consultation to see how we can help improve your smile and your overall health

Cleanings & Checkups
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Treating periodontal disease (Gum disease)

​Periodontal bacteria can enter the bloodstream and travel to major organs and cause new infections. Research is strongly suggesting that this may contribute to heart disease, respiratory disease, stroke; preterm, low birth weight babies, diabetes, osteoporosis, and even Alzheimer’s. Our hygienists specialize in treating periodontal disease by removing harmful bacteria by scaling and root planing, using antimicrobial medicaments and special antibiotic micro-spheres gently placed in the infected tissue.


Your dental hygiene is of great importance to your smile and overall health. Our registered dental hygienists are highly trained and experienced. They use the latest techniques and equipment to provide you with excellent preventative dental care including an advanced Oral Cancer Screening. They receive consistent training in their education to get the most out of the latest dental technology. Our hygiene team works diligently to improve your dental hygiene, prevent periodontal disease, and increase the longevity of your teeth. Regular cleanings will keep your smile beautiful and healthy but also help us keep an eye on any issues to catch them early!





Velscope Oral Cancer Screening

VELscope is the most powerful tool available for assisting in the discovery of oral abnormalities, often before they’re visible to the unassisted eye. The VELscope allows our practice to deliver an advanced level of patient care to you and your family by providing this completely safe, two-minute exam for early detection.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Restorative dentistry enhances oral health and function, while cosmetic dentistry improves smile aesthetics. Some procedures, like dental crowns, achieve both functional and cosmetic benefits, known as aesthetic restorative dentistry.

Look and feel great. Cosmetic dentistry can provide you with more than an extraordinary smile! It can enhance your teeth, your face, your confidence, and ultimately your life! There are many advanced techniques including reshaping or straightening teeth, lengthening small teeth, restoring damaged teeth, replacing missing teeth, and professional tooth whitening. We will help you achieve the look you want. You will fall in love with the results.


You can use bonding for full smile makeovers or minor cosmetic corrections, including chips, cracks, stains, discolored teeth, small gaps, and more. Dental bonding is a custom-tinted composite resin filling bonded to teeth to improve their appearance or to repair. On average, dental bonding will last approximately a decade if properly maintained but lifespan is completely dependent on the individual.  New materials that adhere to the teeth, contain no mercury and essentially wear at the same rate as ‘fillings.’ Bonding will provide a brilliant smile and is a great alternative for those who aren’t candidates for veneers. 



Veneers can perfect your smile by straightening crooked teeth, closing spaces between teeth, whitening badly stained teeth, hiding chips, and creating uniformity. Veneers that are made of thin, customized porcelain, look incredibly natural and can dramatically improve your smile in just two visits. If you have healthy gums and good bone structure, veneers may be a good choice for you. It depends on the person, but the composite porcelain with proper care will last on average 10-15 years.


Tooth Whitening

Brighten your smile 4-5 shades lighter in one relaxing visit. Teeth become discolored over time from the foods and drinks. Even if your teeth aren’t stained, you may just like to brighten them up. Whitening of the teeth will greatly improve your smile and take years off your appearance.


The teeth whitening systems we use in our office are safe and effective. We have an in-office procedure that is gentle, affordable, and provides dramatic results. It does not involve lasers or damaging heat. The teeth do not become sensitive as they normally do with laser whitening. We also have a system using a custom-made bleaching tray and whitening gel that is worn at home. We customize the strength of the gel and recommend a schedule depending on your situation. We can remove years of stains immediately.

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is repairing or replacing damaged or infected teeth that have lost some tooth structure or missing teeth. Worn surfaces, cracks and fractures, cavity deterioration, and more leave teeth weak, and vulnerable, and you are prone to severe issues.


To restore chewing ability and proper oral function, Dr. Nichols will perform a thorough dental examination. She will help you determine the best restorative treatment option for you. Dental restorations include fillings, crowns and bridges, inlays, onlays, veneers, dentures, and dental implants


Crowns and Bridges

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap placed snugly over a damaged or decayed tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance. It's used to protect a weak tooth, cover a dental implant, hold a dental bridge in place, or cover a severely discolored or misshapen tooth. Crowns are recommended to strengthen and improve the appearance of a tooth that can't be restored with a filling or other dental treatment.


We usually make them from semi-precious or precious metals and porcelain. A bridge is a device that holds custom-made teeth and has anchors that attach neighboring teeth. Bridges can replace missing teeth. They bridge gaps between teeth by filling them with strong, natural-looking artificial teeth. Bridges are permanently cemented in the mouth and are made from the same materials as crowns.


Implant Restorations
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Implant restoration involves replacing missing teeth with dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots placed into the jawbone. These implants support restorations like crowns, bridges, or dentures, restoring both function and appearance efficiently. 


Implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Titanium posts are embedded beneath the gum. The titanium post acts as the root of the tooth. Over time, the bone integrates with the titanium posts and then acts as a structure on which the replacement teeth are mounted. Dr. Nichols fabricates the replacement teeth that go over the titanium post. Over the past twenty years, Dr. Nichols has excelled in this area and collaborates closely with meticulously chosen and exceptionally skilled surgeons to craft exquisite and durable implant restorations.  


These implants provide excellent and permanent support for crowns, bridges, or even full dentures, restoring both function and appearance efficiently. Additionally, implants help maintain jawbone structure and prevent adjacent teeth from shifting, promoting long-term oral health.

Full Dentures
Full dentures are used when all of the teeth need to be replaced. Designed and molded to fit one’s mouth, full dentures allow for improved chewing and keep the mouth and its surrounding facial features in proper alignment. They are held in place by suction and adhesive, and they can easily be removed for cleaning. With today’s technology, Dr. Nichols can make dentures look so natural-looking, that no one will be able to tell they aren’t your natural teeth. It will be our secret!

If you have daytime sleepiness, snore, depression, or have reduced concentration, you may be suffering from sleep apnea.  Sleep apnea can cause many health complications if left untreated.  It can cause or trigger mental health issues, poor immune function, increased risk of heart failure, and contribute to memory loss. 


Dental sleep medicine is an area of dental practice that focuses on the use of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.


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