A winning smile can bring a lot to your life. It is amazing the confidence that comes with just simple whitening. So, you can imagine what closing a gap or fixing a chipped tooth can bring. Dr. Baker is excellent at creating smiles that even Hollywood stars would envy.
We believe that everyone deserves a beautiful, healthy smile. In addition to brushing and flossing twice a day, the best way to keep your smile healthy is with semi-annual cleanings and exams. At our office, Dr. Baker provides each patient individualized attention for enhanced dental health. Regular hygiene appointments include:
Ask about in-office fluoride treatments. Not just for children. Many insurances cover fluoride treatments for all patients.
Let’s face it; we are hard on our teeth. Sipping all day on coffee or soda, biting and chewing on hard surfaces or sweets, not to mention bad habits like chewing on ice, can result in decayed or chipped teeth. Dr. Baker’s goal is to save your teeth and keep your beautiful smile healthy. Our restorative services include:
Dr. Baker is pleased to offer same-day porcelain crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers with the E4D cad-cam Restoration System. This eliminates the need for a temporary restoration and a second trip to our office.
A beautiful smile is flattering on everyone! Our office provides excellent choices in today’s advanced techniques in cosmetic dentistry. Teeth that are discolored, chipped, cracked, or misaligned can be easily and beautifully corrected. Dr. Baker stays current on the latest developments in porcelain veneers, bonding and tooth whitening. Ask about a smile that you’ll wear with pride and share often! Cosmetic services include:
Patients often ask, “Is there anything else I can do to protect my teeth?” In addition to brushing and flossing every day, there are several beneficial products that will help maintain a healthy smile. Ask Dr. Baker or your hygienist which product is best for you. Product recommendations include:
Does your spouse (or you) suffer from excessive snoring or sleep apnea? There’s an alternative to CPAP machines. Ask Dr. Baker if a mouth appliance will work for you!