bruxism

Bruxism / Grinding

Consciously or unconsciously clenching or grinding your teeth either during the day or while you sleep can cause flattened worn down teeth as well as jaw pain, headaches and even earaches.

children's

Children’s Dentistry

Taking your child to the dentist can be a traumatic experience for you and your child. When you visit Dr. John Raffel and his team, you can expect a special sensitivity to your child’s anxiety and fear.


emergencies

Emergencies

A dental emergency can occur at any time. If you feel that you need to see a dentist immediately, call our office. We specialize in emergency treatment and pain relief.

 

gum-disease

Gum Disease

Every time you brush your gums bleed. They look red, swollen and are a bit painful as well. You are on your way to Gum Disease, a potentially serious condition. Periodontic treatment is crucial

 

metal-free

Metal Free Dentistry

We offer our patients metal free dentistry, preserving the beauty of their teeth while repairing their bite.


 

 
new-patient-visit

New Patient Visit

Even if you take excellent care of your teeth and gums at home, it is still imperative to see a dentist regularly. Dr. John Raffel and his team can check for problems that you may not see or feel.


oral-surgery

Oral Surgery / Extractions

Dental extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons, including:
tooth decay, impacted or problematic wisdom teeth, extra teeth that block other teeth from coming in
and extractions of teeth to make space for orthodontic treatmen.

 

relaxation

Relaxation Techniques

Dr. John Raffel provides Relaxation Techniques and Conscious Sedation for Anxiety-Free dentistry

 

root-canal

Root Canal

A root canal treatment is performed to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or has become infected. Without treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will become infected and abscesses may form.

 

tmj

TMJ

TMJ disorders refer to conditions, manifested by pain in the area of the jaw and jaw muscles and limitations in the ability of the jaw to operate normally while speaking, eating, and swallowing.