Cosmetic dentistry is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve your appearance. A beautiful, bright, healthy smile will increase self-confidence and overall life satisfaction. Cosmetic dentistry includes things like tooth-colored restorations, dental implants, and crowns. We have many options, so please call us today!
Dental implants are a great option for replacing missing teeth, improving chewing ability, eliminating bridges, and replacing traditional dentures. Several implants may provide a base for a series of artificial teeth known as a fixed bridge. Implants can even be used to secure a full set of removable dentures for people who have no remaining natural teeth.
A well made denture is not only comfortable and functions properly; it also allows the wearer to smile with confidence, knowing that their smile is no different than it would be with natural teeth. Creating a cosmetic denture is really an art in the hands of a skilled dentist like Dr. Paquette.
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the airway completely collapses, blocking airflow into the lungs.
The harder one tries to breathe, the tighter the airway seals. This airway obstruction persists until
the brain partially awakens the person, unconsciously closing the jaw and returning the tongue and
throat to a normal position.
We offer effective, nonsurgical relief from sleep apnea and other sleep-related disorders—including
snoring. Ask us how you can get the restful, healthy sleep you’ve been missing.
From toddlers to the elderly, our skilled dental team is familiar with the unique needs of every
patient, no matter their age. Our goal is to help them develop great oral habits that will last them a lifetime.
Join us today and discover how our practice can help treat your entire family.
Our use of digital x-ray technology reduces your radiation exposure and eliminates the use of
chemicals. It’s better for you and the environment.
It’s also easy for you to see what the doctor sees. Your digital x-ray can be seen on a computer
screen located next to your dental chair. This helps you understand your needs and make informed
choices about your treatment.