Our dental office is committed to our patients and the optimal dental health of their families. We provide general and cosmetic dental services along with routine family hygiene and preventative care.
Our doctor’s focus is to work with you to ensure you keep your teeth for a lifetime. There may be times that additional dental care is needed for your oral health. Restoring your mouth to a healthy condition is of utmost importance to us and we provide dental care in all areas of general dentistry.
Richardson Cosmetic Dentistry offers tooth whitening for their patients who want a whiter smile without extensive dental work.
Porcelain veneers fit over the front surface of a tooth to hide small imperfections.
With prepless veneers you can enjoy all the benefits of regular porcelain veneers in less time.
Snap-On Smile® is a reversible arch that can give you a great smile painlessly and easily.
Dental crowns cover the entire surface of a tooth to hide imperfections.
Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry service for correcting chips, cracks, discoloration and staining without extensive dental treatment.
An endodontic therapy or “root canal” is a series of treatments to remove and prevent any infection from the pulp of teeth.
If you have lost all of your teeth, from gum disease, tooth decay or injury, using dentures can improve your smile and your quality of life.
A dental implant is a permanent dental restoration service that can replace one or more teeth using implants to secure them in place.
Invisalign® is a type of clear braces that are more comfortable than traditional braces and practically invisible.
Sedation dentistry gives you choice to help you relax during your dental treatments.
If you experience extreme tooth pain or if you lose a tooth or have a tooth related accident, call us immediately.
Regularly scheduled dental cleanings & exams are an essential part of long-term dental health.
Gum disease or periodontal disease is caused by an infection of the gum tissues and affects many adults.
Sleep apnea is a potentially dangerous condition that can affect your breathing while you sleep.
If a tooth is decayed enough, or there is bad bacteria, or another problem, having your teeth pulled may be necessary.
Pain or limited motion in your jaw bone may be a symptom of TMJ/TMD.