We offer treatments tailored to your specific needs. From preventive care and restoration to cosmetic dentistry and solutions for sleep apnea, we want to help you find relief and through these services, we can do just that.
Good oral hygiene starts with brushing teeth twice a day, flossing daily, and a balanced diet. Powers Family Dental Care is here to help you with the rest of your preventative dental needs, oral exams, dental cleaning, digital x-rays, pediatric dentistry, night guards, sealants without BPA/BisGMA, and fluoride treatments.
This range of procedures focuses on improving the appearance of your smile. Here at Powers Family Dental Care, we offer Zoom! Whitening, a treatment that is one of the most popular teeth whitening brands in the country and you can choose whether to have it done in our office or at home.
For patients seeking a smile makeover or just needing a tooth repaired, we offer in office composite bonding and custom shade veneers/crowns made by highly skilled lab technicians. Dr. Powers training with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry can offer advanced solutions for covering up imperfections like chips, cracks, and discoloration.
You don’t have to live with missing teeth forever, as we have a range of solutions just for you. At our practice, we offer implant restorations, fillings, crowns, bridges, and dentures to make your teeth look and function as good as new.
Clear aligners have been an emerging trend in orthodontics, especially for adults that are conscious about their appearance. With clear aligners, the average treatment time is six months but can be as quick as one month. They can straighten teeth invisibly, without the hassles of traditional metal braces. With clear aligners, no need to worry about food getting stuck in the wires or getting in the way of flossing.
Your temporomandibular joint enables you to move your jaw, allowing you to eat, yawn, and speak. However, this complex joint is also susceptible to disorders that can be very painful. At our office, we look for solutions to your jaw problems.
Snoring can be an annoyance for those around you. But it can also be a symptom of Sleep Apnea which is a disorder that disrupts obtaining restful, healthy sleep. The most common type is Obstructive Sleep Apnea where the airway is blocked, making it hard to breathe during sleep. This can lead to feeling fatigued and unrested during the day and can lead to even more severe health issues. Whether it is snoring or obstructive Sleep Apnea, Dr. Powers can work with a sleep pulmonologist to help you obtain the quality sleep you need.