We cater to both individuals and families
Providing Broad Range of Dental Services
What is an Amalgam Filling?
Amalgam is an alloy used for dental fillings that contains approximately 50% mercury, ~22-32% silver, ~14% tin, ~8% copper and other trace metals.
Bonding & Tooth Colored Fillings
It has been estimated that Americans make a total of 500 million visits to the dentist each year.
Crowns and Bridges
Crowns (or caps) are dental restorations that are placed over a tooth when conservative restorations are insufficient to restore form and function.
A dental implant is a specially designed, permanent, tooth root replacement. It’s essentially a titanium screw that is placed within the jaw bone in place.
Dentures are replacements for missing teeth that can be taken out and put back into your mouth.
Invisalign are braces that are invisible and cannot be seen by others. The advantages of Invisalign over traditional braces are many.
Periodontal surgery is necessary when your periodontist determines that the tissue around your teeth is unhealthy and cannot be repaired with non-surgical treatment.
Pro Breath Control
Oral malodor, or bad breath, is a concern for everyone, especially for those who closely interact with people on a daily basis.
Sedation Dentistry refers to the use of sedative drugs that safely calm and relax a patient prior to and during a dental procedure.
Part of SAIR Dental’s advanced patient care includes detecting and preventing a large variety of oral diseases which can be potentially life-threatening or cause permanent damage.
The reason a patient might require veneers can vary. Uneven teeth, worn enamel, tooth discoloration, irregular spacing, or even a chip can all be remedied with the application of a veneer.
Teeth whitening is a simple, safe way to brighten and rejuvenate your smile. We offer Zoom!, BriteSmile, and Sapphire single-visit treatments that produce a brilliant new smile in about an hour.
Wisdom Teeth Extractions
Before removing a wisdom tooth, we will give you a local anesthetic to numb the area where the tooth will be removed.