Our Services

Our experienced and dedicated team is committed to providing personalized and professional dental care to all of our patients.

We offer a wide range of services, including basic tooth whitening, full mouth restoration, and regular check-ups, to ensure that your teeth and gums are in optimal condition. We understand that visiting the dentist can be nerve-wracking, which is why we strive to create a comfortable and welcoming environment for all of our patients. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and experience the difference a healthy smile can make. We also offer sedation dentistry options such as nitrous oxide and oral sedation to help anxious patients feel comfortable during their visit.

Areas of Dental Practice

 We offer dental services from routine check-up and cleanings to comprehensive care such as restorative, surgical, cosmetic, orthodontic and more.

Milton Central's General Dentistry

General Dentistry

Routine care of a person’s teeth and gums. This includes preventative care such as regular checkups and cleanings and diagnostic and treatment services for conditions such as cavities, gum disease, and tooth decay. The main focus of general dentistry is to maintain the overall health and function of a person’s teeth and gums.


Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic treatment improves the appearance of teeth and smile; it can be simple teeth whitening or complex procedures like porcelain veneers, enamel contouring, and dental implants. We offer personalized cosmetic treatments using the latest technologies and techniques to achieve the desired results.

Specialty Service in our dentist office in Milton

Dental Restorations

List of treatments performed to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. These procedures can range from simple fillings to more complex procedures such as dental crowns, bridges, and dental implants. The main focus of dental restorations is to restore the function and health of the teeth, but it also can improve the esthetics of a person’s smile.


Orthodontic Treatment

Though an orthodontist can enhance a smile at any age, there is an optimal time period to begin treatment for each patient. Orthodontic Treatment can affect the way you smile, chew, clean your teeth or feel about your smile. Learn more about: Traditional Braces and Invisalign, Sports Guards and Night Guards.

Speciality Dental Practics

We provide a complete dental care program that guarantees the best standards for our patients and satisfies the needs of both dentists and patients. Programs include dental braces, orthodontics, children’s dentistry, and maxillofacial treatment to fillings.

These specialists are present to ensure high training and assessment standards qualifying dentists to use a specialist title and indicate those dentists with recognized advanced expertise, skills, and attitudes. It also encourages effective referrals to patients and supports a good quality of treatment among dentists eligible to use the title of specialist.

Child Dentistry

Children need a different approach for their dental care, including sedation depending upon their age, medical history, communication abilities, and pre-cooperative period of growth. Pediatric dentistry requires deciding the best approach to provide care “secure” to your child’s generation. Many children may need a compassionate disposition and familiarization with dental environments, while others require mild sedation or a general anesthetic.


The three types of periodontal diseases are triggered because of the bacteria present in the plaque, functions between the soft tissues that are gums, and the tooth. Slowly, it breaks the underlying tissue and hurts the base of the teeth. In time, your gums will become more swollen and ‘puffy,’ bleed’easily and cause discomfort when eating, and eventually, if left untreated, you may lose your teeth. The Early Phase can be treated with non-surgical clinical techniques.


Sedation is available for patients with dental anxiety, young patients, and those receiving extensive treatment such as wisdom teeth removal. We offer oral sedation and nitrous for patients that need something to help calm them and make them more comfortable while still being conscious, as well as a general anesthetic when patients are not awake. Together we can decide which will work best for you.

If you are feeling overwhelmed by work and finding it hard to make time for your oral health, we totally get it, and it’s more common than you think. But it’s important to remember that visiting a dentist at least twice a year should be a priority for everyone. Regular check-ups can help prevent cavities and other teeth-related issues affecting your overall health.