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  • Check-Up & Exam
    Whether you've been missing your regularly scheduled cleanings and exams or they're something you never schedule, it's important to know what happens when you book that appointment. Our check-up and exam provides a thorough and comfortable inspection of your teeth, mouth, and gums as well as any necessary x-rays to look inside at the structure of your mouth and jaw. This allows us to catch any potential problems before they become more serious. By doing this early, we can save time and money on unnecessary procedures in the future! After your first visit, exams take place annually unless there are any specific problems that need to be addressed.
  • Dental Hygiene
    Dental hygiene is important for overall health, and we're here to help! We'll start by examining your gums for any signs of periodontal disease. Then, we'll give your teeth a thorough cleaning, removing all the sticky plaque and hard calculus. We'll discuss areas you might be having problems with, and the best way to address them. The goal is to help you better maintain oral health and improve on any areas that have disease. New research shows that oral disease can make you more vulnerable to heart disease, clogged arteries and stroke. Gum disease can also cause your blood sugar levels to rise, making the control of diabetes more difficult. So come see us regularly for optimal dental hygiene - and overall health!
  • Fillings
    Fillings are an important part of maintaining oral health and preventing tooth decay. There are several types of fillings available, each with its own set of pros and cons depending on factors like the components used, the amount of remaining tooth structure, and where and how the filling is placed. To ensure optimal performance and durability, it is important to work closely with your dentist to select a filling material that meets your specific needs. Whether you need a traditional filling made from porcelain or gold, or prefer a more modern composite or amalgam filler, there are many options to choose from when it comes to dental fillings. So be sure to speak with us about what kind of filling will best suit your needs for long-lasting oral health
  • Crowns
    Crowns are a popular solution for restoring damaged or weakened teeth. These restorative dental treatments involve creating a custom cap that is carefully designed and crafted to fit over the affected tooth, providing strong protection and functionality while improving your overall oral health. Whether your tooth has been severely cracked or broken, or you are experiencing issues with shifting and grinding due to bite misalignment, a crown can help restore your smile to full health and function. So if you are considering getting a crown, be sure to consult with Dr. Victor Denysenko to discuss your treatment options and get started on achieving a healthy and beautiful smile.
  • Bridges
    A dental bridge is a fixed appliance used to replace one or more missing teeth. It consists of an artificial tooth (or teeth) in the middle, which is attached to your existing teeth on either side. A bridge is usually made from porcelain or gold, or a combination of these materials. The type of material used will depend on the strength and function required, as well as your own preference. Bridges are an effective way to replace missing teeth and help maintain the shape of your face. They are also used to alleviate stress on your bite by redistributing the force evenly across all of your teeth.
  • Root Canals
    Root canals are a common dental procedure that can help to save a tooth that is damaged or infected. The procedure involves removing the damaged or infected tissue from the root of the tooth and then filling the root with a special rubber-like material. This helps to preserve the tooth and prevent further damage. Root canals are often needed when decay has penetrated the outer layer of enamel and reached the nerve of the tooth. If this is not treated early, it can cause serious damage to the tooth. Root canals can also be necessary if there is an infection in the root of the tooth. If you think you may need a root canal, it's important to see your dentist as soon as possible.
  • Special Care Dentistry
    We understand that each and every patient is different and unique. We believe each patient deservers to have a plan for their own individualized needs. We strive to provide an environment that is safe, caring, fun and educational for all patients and/or their guardians. Some individuals with special needs may be prone to developing oral health issues because brushing and flossing may be a difficult task or their dietary intake or oral health is affected by medical conditions.
  • Implants
    Dental implants are a permanent dental solution that restore the appearance and function of missing teeth. Unlike bridges or dentures, implants are surgically implanted into the jawbone and topped with a natural-looking replacement tooth. The implant mimics the form and function of a real tooth, providing patients with improved chewing and speaking abilities and an attractive, seamless smile. Dental implants can last for many years with proper care and maintenance, allowing patients to enjoy their restored smile for decades to come.
  • Digital X-rays
    Digital dental x-rays are a modern, digital imaging technology used by dentists to help diagnose and treat oral health issues. Unlike traditional x-ray films, digital x-rays produce clearer images that can be quickly viewed, stored, and manipulated on a computer screen. Digital x-rays also emit less radiation than traditional films, making them safer and more accurate for patients. The information provided by these digital images allow dentists to detect and diagnose any issues with the patient’s teeth or gums before they progress. Digital dental x-rays also enable dental professionals to plan treatment more effectively and provide patients with customized treatment plans for better results.
  • Intraoral Scanning
    Digital intraoral scanning is a modern imaging technology used in dentistry to capture 3D images of the teeth, gums and soft tissues inside the mouth. Digital intraoral scanners are hand-held devices that use laser light to create highly detailed models of the patient’s mouth. These scans are then sent to the computer, where they can be manipulated, viewed or printed for further analysis. Digital intraoral scanning allows dentists to accurately diagnose oral health issues such as cavities or misalignments and plan treatments more effectively. It provides patients with an accurate model of their mouth which helps them better understand their individual situation and make informed decisions about their care.


CEREC same day crowns are a revolutionary advancement in dental technology that allow dentists to provide patients with permanent dental crowns in just one visit. This breakthrough procedure eliminates the need for traditional temporary crowns and multiple visits. Instead, the dentist will use intraoral imaging and computer-aided design software to create an exact replica of the tooth that is then milled from a single block of durable porcelain material and bonded into place during the same appointment. CEREC same day crowns are more comfortable, longer-lasting, and aesthetically pleasing than traditional crowns, providing patients with a more convenient and efficient experience.


Suresmile clear aligners are a modern orthodontic treatment option for misaligned teeth, providing an aesthetically pleasing and convenient solution. The Suresmile system utilizes advanced technology to produce custom-made aligners from digital images of the patient’s mouth. The aligners gradually and gently shift the teeth into their desired positions without causing any pain or discomfort. Suresmile aligners are also virtually invisible, making them discreet and comfortable to wear. They can be removed for eating and brushing, making them easier to maintain compared to traditional braces. They are also cost-effective and provide quicker results than other orthodontic treatments.
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