You deserve the most modern dental care available. The field of dentistry is constantly experiencing change and improvement. New technology, materials, and methodology are continually being developed. As part of our commitment to quality and you, our guests, we constantly work to bring you the best care available.

Your smile is one of your most important features. Dentistry is continually evolving, and with a variety of advanced treatment options, achieving a beautiful, healthy, aesthetic smile is made easy for patients of all ages.

Please take a moment to learn about the cutting edge methods and technology that we utilize to give you the best smile possible!

Cosmetic Dentistry

The goal of cosmetic dentistry is to transform an average smile into a terrific smile! To accomplish this goal we analyze every aspect of a smile and then correct the problem. Through techniques that include, veneers, bridges, implants and crowns, Dr. Dan and Dr. John Fornetti will make sure you never stop smiling with confidence. Even if you weren’t born with straight, white, evenly-spaced teeth, our cosmetic procedures can completely transform your appearance.

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Digital X-Rays

With Digital Radiography ( Digital X-Rays ), we can offer you faster and safer diagnosis and with no chemical development and 90% less radiation. We can view your HD images instantly and they can be stored electronically and e-mailed to specialists and insurance companies.

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Laser Cavity Detection

Sometimes it’s difficult for us to diagnose cavities, especially in the pits and grooves on the biting surfaces of your back teeth. The traditional way to check for cavities was by looking for visual signs of decay on the tooth, checking x-rays or feeling for a soft area with a dental explorer. Nowadays we utilize laser cavity detection.

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Intraoral Camera

The intraoral camera allows you to be an active partner in your dental treatment by enabling you to see what we see inside your mouth. With a clear understanding of your dental conditions, you’ll be able to make treatment decisions with confidence.

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Smile Imaging

Thanks to advances in computer technology it’s now possible to view “after” images of your teeth before the cosmetic treatment begins. The technique is called computer smile imaging and it will allow Dr. John to give you an idea of what your teeth will look like after the procedure you are contemplating.

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