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Oral cancer appears as growths or sores in the mouth which don’t go away. Risk factors include tobacco (including smokeless chews), heavy alcohol use and HPV (human papillomavirus) infection.

We check on your mouth during your semi-annual visits and will advise if we discover anything unusual. These exams are essential to ensure your dental health, and take remedial action whenever necessary.


You need to be aware of and concerned for any changes in your mouth which seem out of the ordinary. Any sores or swelling which doesn't resolve itself in two weeks must be taken seriously. It is important for you to make an appointment immediately for a thorough examination.

Untreated cancers can spread quickly and become a medical emergency.

Potential oral cancel on lip
Oral cancer on underside of tongue
Dental Health Pages
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  • Cavities & Fillings  
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  • Partial Dentures  

  • Full Dentures

Pain Management    

  • Sleep Sedation (IV)

  • Laughing Gas

  • Intramuscular Sedation (IV)

  • Oral Sedation

  • Lidocaine Injections


  • All-on-X

  • Single Tooth Implants

  • Multiple Teeth Implants

  • Implant Supported Dentures

  • Bone Grafting

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Clear Alingers

  • Veneers

  • Bonding & Contouring

Prevention: Routine Exams

  • Deep Cleanings, Laser  Therapy & Anti-Bacterial Therapy

  • Semi-Annual Check Ups

  • Dental CT Scans & X-Rays   

  • Professional Regular Cleanings      


  • Root Canals

Oral Surgery    

  • Extractions

  • Wisdom Teeth   

  • Bone Grafting


  • Clear Aligners

  • Crowding

Dental Self Care   

  • Flossing

  • Brushing   

  • Rinsing

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