Many oral health issues can be identified and resolved at the early stages, helping you to avoid more costly treatment later. In some cases early detection of serious conditions even helps save lives.
When you come in for a visit, our comprehensive screening evaluates you for gum disease, oral cancer, and tooth decay. These can afflict children, too, making it important at all stages of life to maintain regular dental appointments.
Help us keep you safe and healthy. Schedule regular checkups for you and your family.
Nearly all Americans will experience some form of tooth decay in their lifetimes. Untreated tooth decay progressively erodes the infected tooth and causes more serious problems. Since bacteria cause tooth decay, forgoing treatment risks spread to neighboring teeth, multiplying dental health issues. It is very important to remove the decay, clean the area, and restore the tooth with a filling.
To ensure overall oral health, missing or damaged teeth need to be replaced or restored by a licensed dentist.
Cosmetic dentistry will give you healthy, radiant teeth. It is one of the most a cost-effective ways to improve confidence and make you want to share your smile.
With state-of-the-art materials, and tested, trusted dental techniques, cosmetic dentistry improves appearance and enhances self-esteem. Composite fillings have replaced traditional silver colored amalgams, while gold has given way to porcelain in the creation of bridges. Other techniques like teeth whitening and veneers can improve the color and/or shape of your natural smile.
Dr. Michael Regan and our dental team understand that many dental patients have anxiety and fear related to dental work, whether it is simply a professional cleaning or more complex restorations. We have undergone comprehensive training not only in administering multiple types of sedation medications, but also have created an office space that communicates warmth and comfort. Your experience with Dr. Regan will create positive memories and provide a foundation to build upon for future dental visits.
There are three primary methods for completing dentistry under sedation. Mild Sedation with Nitrous Oxide, Oral Conscious Sedation, and IV Sedation or General Anesthesia.
When teeth are properly aligned, it helps the gums fit more securely around the teeth, allowing for the strongest and healthiest defense against potential periodontal problems. That's where Invisalign® comes in. The comfortable and clear aligners gently and gradually begin to move your teeth into the proper position—without unsightly brackets and wires. Dr. Regan
works with many teens and adults to improve the function of their teeth and appearance of their smile with the help of Invisalign®.