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We offer from the most basic to the most advanced care. Our basic care includes white fillings, extractions, preventive care, cleanings, root canals, crowns, etc.
Digital X-rays:
Our state-of-the-art office uses digital photography. Digital X-rays offer more comfort and less radiation. It also gives us the capability to enlarge the image and have a better diagnosis and comparison if needed.
Same-Day Crowns and Bridges:
Dr. Harrison has his own lab and uses the Cerec System for his crown and bridgework. He takes great pride in providing the best work to his patients and is able to design the crown himself while the patient is in the chair. This is a same-day procedure which allows fewer visits and a more efficient use of your time. The quality of this treatment has become the gold standard of dentistry.
Minor Tooth Movement:
Minor tooth movement refers to relatively simple movements of single or a few teeth by orthodontics or tooth straightening. Minor or simple movements also mean the teeth don’t have to be moved very far, maybe a millimeter or two, just like in a case of closing a small gap between two front teeth. It also means that the appliances used are relatively simple in design and because the movements are minor, the procedure generally takes months; not years. The appliance is clear, comfortable, and causes a very little effect on your day to day routine.
Dental implants are devices used to replace missing teeth. The implant itself refers to the titanium component that is placed in the upper or lower jaw to substitute the root of the tooth. What are dental implants?
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge in place. While high-tech in nature, dental implants are actually more tooth-saving than traditional bridgework, since implants do not rely on neighboring teeth for support. Dental implants are so natural-looking and feeling; you may forget you ever lost a tooth.
How it’s done: The implant is inserted surgically into the jawbone by our surgeon. After the implant integrates into the surrounding bone (which may take several months), it should be firm and stable. The implant is then uncovered, and an impression is taken to create the crown that sits on top of the implant. Once the crown is made and inserted the implant is complete. Dental implants are usually an alternative to fix bridges or removable partial dentures. When a single tooth is missing, and the adjacent teeth are sound, the implant prevents the need for cutting down the adjacent teeth to place a fixed bridge.

TMJ stands for “temporomandibular joint,” or jaw joint. These are the small joints in front of each ear that attach the lower jaw to the skull and happen to be the most complex joints in the entire body. The area of the face where the TMJ is located is an intricate network of bones, including the teeth, muscles, and nerves.
Because of this, TMJ(dysfunction) conditions affect many areas of the body, from the top of the head in migraine-like headaches to numbness or tingling in the arms and pain in the neck or shoulders. In most cases, TMJ disorders stem from a condition called malocclusion, which means having a “bad bite.” Malocclusion means that your upper and lower teeth do not close together in the correct way - they are misaligned; often as the result of accidents and trauma. This includes underbites and overbites. When the teeth are misaligned, they cannot provide the support the muscles in the face need for chewing and swallowing. These muscles are then forced into a strained position, resulting in pain throughout the face, head, arms, shoulders, and back.
Disorders that involve the temporomandibular joint can cause pain in your jaw joints and in the muscles that control jaw movement. The exact cause of a person’s TMJ disorder is often difficult to determine. Dr. Harrison has had extensive training and education specializing in this area. He has treated several patients and given them much needed relief. 
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Cosmetic Dentistry
We offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry. From tooth-colored fillings to full coverage crowns. But in our office, we also try to make our main focus a healthy smile, so you can have the security of knowing your beautiful smile will not come at the cost of health or comfort. We will work on a personalized package that covers your desires and also restores your needs.

Bleaching: Teeth whitening is perhaps the most commonly recommended cosmetic dentistry procedure. Teeth are often stained from smoking, food, drink (coffee, tea, or red wine) or poor oral hygiene. Bleaching the teeth can enhance the appearance of your smile. We make custom trays for your smile and discuss the recommended timeframe in consideration of your oral health status and treatment plan.

Periodic Care: We recommend periodic checkups with the doctor and a cleaning plan based on your individual needs. Our hygienist, Kaitlyn Gay, will examine your gums and oral health at every visit; checking for any signs of infection, oral cancer, wear and tear of teeth, and checking the health status of all invested restorations. She will remove all build up and stain that is not intrinsic and help you to have better homecare by showing you ways that can improve your normal regimen.
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Mon - Thu:     8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Fri - Sun:       Closed
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