LOYAL: "The quality or state of being true and constant in support of someone or something"                                                 

                                                               -Merriam-Webster's Dictionary

Loyal Dentistry is here to serve you! Our philosophy is based on the fact that everyone deserves to be treated with the utmost care and we adhere to the principles of sound dentistry so your health is maintained and improved.  We want to be true to you and keep consistent in providing the best dental care possible. We will do all we can to be loyal to you and we hope you can be loyal to us.   

Our doctors are committed to listening to your needs and using their knowledge and skills to fulfill your desires so that your dental health is maintained and improved.   

We adhere to three core values:

1) Being Ethical

2) Being Compassionate &

3) Being Quality Oriented

We are up to date on all dental materials, technology, and biological knowledge.  Our doctors also keep up with exceptional continuing education so they can always be on the cutting edge of dental science.

We welcome you to contact us!

*We accept most PPO insurances but do NOT accept HMO nor Dentical Insurance.
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Routine Exams


Routine Exams are typically recommended every 6 months.  They involve full mouth X-rays and a careful examination of gum tissue and teeth to make sure there is no inflammation and to rule out cavities or fractures in the enamel of teeth.  

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Dental Fillings


Fillings are usually needed when there is some decay affecting the enamel and/or dentin. Sometimes it's because of a fracture that weakens tooth structure. We use state of the art resin based filling materials that are strong and safe.

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Crowns & Veneers


A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that encases a tooth to restore the tooth to its original shape, size, and strength as well as to improve the overall appearance. There are several reasons why a dental crown is needed. They include protecting a weak or cracked tooth, to restore an already broken tooth, to cover a large filling when there isn’t much of the tooth left, to hold a dental bridge in place, to cover misshapen or discolored teeth, or to cover a dental implant.  Veneeers are recommended for front teeth where less natural tooth structure is removed.  

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Endodontic Therapy

Endodontic Therapy encompasses root canal therapy, retreatment or apical microsurgery.  Our Board Certified Endodontist uses all of the state of the art equipment, including a microscope to ensure treatment is performed to the highest standards!

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Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) Imaging


CBCT is a special type of x-ray equipment used when regular dental or facial x-rays are not sufficient. CBCT allows your dentist to visualize your tooth and surrounding structures in a 3 dimensional manner.  Your doctor may use this technology to produce three dimensional (3-D) images of your teeth, hard tissues, nerve pathways and bone in a single scan.  Some of the benefits of CBCT imaging include, but not limited to: Visualization of blocked canals, evidence of fractures, location of root resorptions, bone thickness, location of important nerve structures, and preparation of implant and endodontic apical surgery.

This procedure requires little to no special preparation. Please tell your doctor if there’s a possibility you are pregnant. You will be asked to take off any jewelry on your head and neck region. You will be adequately shielded with a special apron for this imaging. 


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Dental Hygiene


We truly believe that keeping regular hygiene appointments is essential for maintaining the health of your gum tissue and teeth.  Our hygienists are amazing at giving you proper oral care instructions as well as cleaning your teeth to reduce plaque and tartar build up. We recommend cleanings every 6 months unless your periodontal status requires every 3 months.

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A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available, complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.  Every measure is taken to have these teeth and gums look as natural as possible while you can function on them adequately.   Sometimes, dentures are supported better when attached to an implant placed in your bone.  This is termed, an over denture.

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Teeth Whitening


Teeth whitening is performed when there is staining to teeth.  The source could be external staining or internal staining.  If it is internal, internal bleaching can be done but only if the tooth has had endodontic therapy.  Our Endodontist will help you with that.  External bleaching can be done with take home appliances or in-office whitening systems.  Your dentist can guide you on what is most appropriate for your situation.

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Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, include no metal and are custom made for your teeth. They work in a series of trays that gradually shift your teeth into place. Each tray is manufactured so that the teeth are slightly straighter than the previous tray. Your teeth will typically move up to 0.25 mm per tray.  Insvisalign is not for every situation.  So, if you are interested, we will assess your bite/occlusion, habits, bone level, growth pattern, etc.. to see if you are a good candidate for this amazing treatment option.


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