Dental Treatments

Here at Dental Health Associates, we aim to keep your oral health in excellent shape. To do this, we offer a full range of progressive dental treatments. When you have a cavity, tooth decay, missing teeth and more, we are here to help you fix it and make sure it lasts a long time. After all, a healthy mouth leads to better overall health and a healthier lifestyle. We hope to see you soon!

Same Day Dental Crowns

In the past, getting a crown involved at least two visits to the dentist. However, thanks to significant advances in technology, we have the ability to provide our patients with same day dental crowns, also known as a dental cap. They are made with the help of Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics (CEREC), which… Learn More...

Dental Filling

When someone has a cavity, the most common way to treat it is with a dental filling. Fillings are also used to repair broken or cracked teeth, as well as teeth that have been worn down from things such as nail-biting or tooth grinding. What happens when you get a dental filling? First, your dentist… Learn More...

Root Canal

Even though the idea of getting a root canal can be scary, it is a very common procedure and can save patients from many future dental problems. When a tooth hurts, you want immediate relief! Our state-of-the-art technology allows us to avoid and alleviate any pain that our patients are experiencing. It’s possible that one… Learn More...

Dentures

A denture is defined as an artificial replacement of one or several of the teeth (partial dentures) or all of the teeth (full dentures) of either or both jaws. Learn More...

Tooth Implant

Missing teeth can cause discomfort, as well as embarrassment, for may people. A tooth implant is one of the best and most preferred ways to replace those embarrassing or comfortable missing teeth because it lasts a long time and has a very natural feeling. Implants are a great solution to restoring a beautiful, natural smile.… Learn More...

Tooth Extraction

A tooth extraction, also known as exodontia, is simply the removal of a tooth. Our staff will try our absolute best to make our patients comfortable during and after a tooth extraction through the use of appropriate pain medications. Depending on the patient’s oral history and specific situation, a tooth can be removed either simply… Learn More...

Dental Bridge

All teeth are an important part of one’s chewing, speaking, and most importantly keeping the other the teeth aligned properly. When tooth loss occurs, the tooth or teeth must be replaced so that all of these functions can continue the way they should. Many times, a dental bridge is used to fill in the gap… Learn More...

Wisdom Teeth

What are wisdom teeth and how do I know if I have them? The third molars on each side of the upper and lower jaws are known as wisdom teeth. They are the last permanent teeth to erupt. It is possible for some or all of one’s wisdom teeth to never come in, but most… Learn More...

Nightguards/Mouthguards

Do you think you may be grinding or clenching your teeth while you sleep or has someone told you to consider a nightguard? Do you wonder what a nightguard is and if wearing one could help you? Understandably, many people are skeptical about them and question if they really need one. As your trusted dental… Learn More...