Services

Nankin Dental Associates is a true family dental practice. We combine the latest in innovation and technology with old-fashioned values of building relationships with our patients through honesty and integrity. We take pride in what we do every day.

Our goal is to blend the newest technology and most modern techniques with a caring, sensitive approach to our patients’ individual needs. We treat everything from simple fillings to complex implant restorations and cosmetic makeovers.

We know what a significant difference in health and self-esteem a beautiful healthy smile can make and we are passionate about providing the best possible care to our patients. We find no greater satisfaction than giving someone the smile they deserve or the ability to eat without discomfort.

Family Dentistry

The dentists at Nankin Dental take a comprehensive approach to oral health. We combine all the aspects of dentistry to help you enjoy a beautiful and healthy smile. We are trained and equipped for pediatric, adult, and geriatric dentistry.

One of our goals in dentistry is to prevent problems before they occur. We recommend routine check-ups and cleanings as well as fluoride and sealants to strengthen kids’ teeth. Our new patient exams and returning exams include an oral cancer screening, low-radiation x-rays, and full exam of the gums and teeth. A proactive approach allows us to prevent small concerns from becoming big problems. In our experience, quality preventive care results in a healthier smile.

Cosmetic Dentistry

At Nankin Dental, we understand the importance of having a beautiful smile that you are proud to show off. In fact, studies have shown that a smile you feel good about makes better first impressions and can significantly improve your confidence and self-esteem. Cosmetic dentistry can make a big difference not only in the appearance of your smile, but also in how you feel about yourself.

Veneers

Veneers are used to restore teeth that are chipped, misshapen or discolored. A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that is bonded to the enamel of the teeth. We know not every tooth should look the same so we work very closely with highly trained technicians with an artistic background to create the smile you desire. Porcelain veneers are strong and stain resistant. They give you a beautiful, natural looking smile.

Implant Dentistry

Implant dentistry offers a convenient long-term solution to missing teeth. A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that replaces a missing or unsavable tooth. Implant supported restorations are ideal because they look, feel, and function like natural teeth.

Teeth in a Day

Teeth in a Day is an option for patients who need full mouth or full arch tooth replacement. The Teeth in a Day procedure will provide you with permanent, natural-looking and feeling teeth. Recent advances in implant technology allows patients to receive an entire arch of new teeth in a single appointment. The outcome of this procedure is strong teeth that will allow you to smile with confidence, enjoy your favorite foods, and live without discomfort.

Invisalign

Invisalign is a fantastic alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign's comfortable aligners will give you the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted. It can be used to treat crowded teeth, open gaps, or misaligned teeth. You will receive clear trays that you wear over your teeth. Treatment length will vary, but can be as short as a few months.

Whitening

Teeth can pick up deep intrinsic staining from coffee, wine, or everyday foods. Whitening procedures offer patients with stain, discoloration, or dull teeth an opportunity to have a whiter and brighter smile. We offer various whitening packages to achieve the results you are seeking.

TMJ Disorders

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is a joint connecting your jaw to your head. The joint works in conjunction with multiple muscles to help you talk and chew. If you are experiencing discomfort chewing, pain through basic jaw movements, locked jaw, headaches near the temple, or clenching and grinding your teeth you may have Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD). Through x-rays and examination, we are often able to identify the cause and propose the proper treatment.

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