Our Services

Sky Dental offers comprehensive dental care for our patients with services ranging from hygiene visits to fillings and full mouth restorations.  We also offer a wide range of cosmetic dental services to help you achieve a confident smile. 

  • We accept most dental insurance and are in-network with Aetna, Cigna, Assurant, Delta Dental Premier, and United Health.  

  • We also offer an in-house dental membership plan. 

  • If you are experiencing pain in your mouth or teeth, please call us to schedule a same-day consultation to help alleviate your pain, and get you started on the path to better dental health.  

  • If this is a medical emergency or a life threatening situation, please call 9-1-1.   

Comprehensive Dental Exams
  • Your overall dental health is assessed though our comprehensive dental exam.  In a comprehensive exam, we check for:

    • Cavities

    • Gum recession

    • Periodontal disease

    • Bone levels

    • Bite issues

    • Abnormal tissue lesions / cancer screening

    • TMJ disorders

    • Smile assessment

  • Through the use of digital X-rays, intra-oral photographs and periodontal screenings, we’ll develop a complete picture of your oral health.

  • We will help you decide what treatments are right for you and develop a complete plan that fits your needs and budget.

 
Fillings
  • Fillings are used to repair decayed, cracked or broken teeth, as well as teeth that have been worn down from misuse (such as from nail-biting or tooth grinding ).

  • To treat a cavity, the decayed portion of the tooth is removed and the area where the decayed material once lived is filled with a filling material.

  • Teeth can be filled with gold, porcelain, silver amalgam (mercury mixed with silver, tin, zinc, and copper), or tooth-colored materials called composite resin fillings.

  • The location and extent of the decay, cost of filling material, your insurance coverage and our recommendation will assist you in determining the type of filling that will best address your needs.

 
Crowns
  • A crown is prescribed for a tooth that is too badly decayed, broken or cracked, and cannot be restored with a filling.

  • Crowns are normally needed for teeth that have had a root canal treatment; another use for crowns is to replace missing teeth by means of dental implants - see our implants section for more.

  • Crowns can be made entirely of gold, or porcelain fused to a gold substrate for strength and beauty. With new technology, crowns can be made entirely from high-strength ceramic and porcelain for beautiful cosmetic results.

  • With proper care, your crown will increase your overall health and instill confidence in your new look.

 
Veneers
  • A veneer is prescribed for a tooth that is damaged, discolored, or broken.

  • Unlike a crown, which covers the entire tooth, a veneer is a thin shell that is placed over the front, or visible parts of the tooth to provide a cosmetic look.

  • There are two types of veneers: Ceramic veneers that are produced by a dental laboratory and resin-based composite veneers.

  • With proper care, your new veneers will greatly improve your appearance and increase your confidencefor years to come.

 
 
Teeth Whitening
  • Everyone loves a bright and white smile. We offer a variety of products and procedures to help you improve the color of your teeth.

  • Zoom whitening is a popular procedure that ensures whiter teeth in a single seating - your teeth will be, on average, eight shades whiter.

  • A customized whitening tray will be created for you to help you maintain your whiter smile at home.

 
Dentures
  • If you have lost some or all of your natural teeth, dentures can be used to replaced your missing teeth, improving your health as well as appearance.

  • Dentures prevent the sagging of facial muscles, which makes a person with no teeth look much older. Dentures also enable you to eat and speak normally - little things that are taken for granted until natural teeth are lost.

  • Brush your gums, tongue, and palate every morning with a soft-bristled brush before inserting your dentures to help circulation in your tissues and to help remove plaque.

  • Regular dental checkups are needed to ensure a comfortable fit.

Bridges
  • A bridge is prescribed when one or more teeth are missing and there are healthy teeth on both sides of the open space.

  • Bridges can be made of three types of materials: Solid gold for reliable long wear, porcelain fused to a gold base for strength and beauty, and high-strength metal-free porcelain for optimum cosmetic results.

  • With proper care, your new bridge will increase your overall health, and last for many years.

 
Periodontal Disease
  • Gum disease is usually caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that constantly forms on your teeth.

  • If plaque is not removed with thorough daily brushing and cleaning between your teeth, your gums can become irritated and inflamed.

  • The irritated gum tissue can separate from teeth and form spaces called pockets - bacteria move into the pockets where they continue to promote irritation.

  • Left untreated, the process can continue until the bone and tooth-supporting tissue are destroyed.

  • The early stage of periodontal disease is called gingivitis - it often results in gums that are red and swollen and that bleed easily.

 
Implants
  • When it comes to replacing one or more teeth in your mouth, a dental implant is often the treatment of choice and is the most conservative treatment for tooth replacement.

  • Implants, unlike bridges, do not require removal of tooth structure from adjacent teeth for support.

  • Implants are biocompatible posts that are physically and biologically designed to attach to your jaw bone and become a foundation for a natural looking restoration.

  • Your new tooth or teeth will have excellent stability and strength, and will look and feel like your natural teeth.

 
Root Canals
  • Endodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp, the soft tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected.

  • The inflammation or infection can have a variety of causes: deep decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or a crack or chip in the tooth.

  • In addition, an injury to a tooth may cause pulp damage even if the tooth has no visible chips or cracks.

  • If pulp inflammation or infection is left untreated, it can cause pain or lead to an abscess.