Professional Services

  • A Healthy Start
    The most efficient, cost-effective way to have healthy teeth for life is to begin seeing a dentist at an early age. In fact, even as young as 2 ½ years old is not too young or earlier if there’s a problem.
  • A Healthy Habit
    Healthy teeth happen one day at a time. Unfortunately, that’s also how dental disease often happens: one day at a time, without causing any appreciable pain. In fact, while periodontal disease is about as common as the common cold, it advances nearly imperceptibly until it reaches a fairly serious stage. That’s why we teach all our patients the essentials of a healthy daily oral hygiene, and encourage them to come in consistently for professional cleanings.
  • A Healthy Commitment
    We’re committed to providing all the dental services required to see your family through the growing up years and on into adulthood. That’s what we mean by ‘lifetime dentistry': helping you attain and maintain a healthy dental condition each step of the way. Our general preventive services include:
    • Cleaning or Hygiene
    • A Healthy, New Smile
      No one smiles quite the way you do. That’s why it’s so important to like your smile! And today, you no longer have to settle for unattractively sized, shaped, or off-colored teeth. There are a number of simple, safe and conservative methods available to modify your smile, including bonding, bleaching, capping, white fillings, all-porcelain crowns, veneers, onlays, and inlays. In any case, our dentist are available to consult with you, consider your particular needs, and recommend the most appropriate treatment for your desired result. Our cosmetic services include:
      • Tooth Colored Fillings
      • Porcelain Veneers
      • Whitening or Bleaching
      • Bonding
      • All Porcelain Crowns, Inlays & Onlays
    • A Healthy, Straight Bite
      It’s no secret that a poorly aligned bite or crooked teeth can cause tremendous pain and problems throughout life. Yet with today’s understanding of jaw growth and development, many sizable problems can be prevented, minimized, and managed more economically through early orthodontic intervention. That’s why our dentists offer orthodontic care for children, teenagers and adults. They have obtained their Fellowship in the American Orthodontic Society, and maintain expertise in this area through membership with the American Association of Functional Orthodontists and the International Association of Orthodontists.
    • A Healthy Restoration
      Over 100 million Americans have at least one or more missing teeth. But today, there are several good options available to correct the problem and restore excellent function and esthetics to your smile.Traditionally, complete removable dentures are used when most of the upper and lower teeth are lost. Or, if enough natural, healthy teeth remain to serve as anchors retaining a prosthesis, either fixed or removable partial dentures (removable bridges) can also be created.And thanks to advances in dental technology, we also offer dental implant therapy. Dental implants are surgically anchored, man-made tooth replacements used as substitutes for one, several, or even all the teeth. They’ve been used safely and successfully for over a decade, for people of all ages, from teenagers to senior adults. Implant dentistry is a safe, beneficial, and highly successful procedure in which Dr. Burross has been specially trained. He holds membership in the International College of Oral Implantologists, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the American Society of Oseointegration, and the American College of Oral Implantology.We’re happy to consult with you, and are highly trained in all aspects of restorative dentistry to accomplish what’s best for your situation. Restorative services include:
      • Crowns & Onlays
      • Bridges
      • Dentures & Partial Dentures
      • Root Canals
      • Dental Implants
      • General Extractions
    • A Healthy Approach to Technology
      We’re always looking for ways to do a better job of looking at your teeth. Because good dentistry relies on accurate observation, diagnosis and treatment. But the inside of your mouth isn’t a very large place. So when technology advances make it easier for us to see what’s going on, we make it a part of our practice. Some of these advanced technologies include:

      Technology

      • Intra Oral Camera
      • Digital Imaging
      • Air Abrasion
      • Microscopes and Loops
  • Charting & Diagnostic Services
  • In-Office Gum Therapy
  • Dental Sealants
  • Regular Checkups
  • Patient Education
  • Snoreguards, Nightguards, & Mouthguards
  • Breath Treatment