The Core Smiles doctors take your oral health seriously and we guarantee that after your initial examination we'll leave no question unanswered. Using advanced technology, we will accurately and methodically help plan your dental care.  We take pride in implementing the 5 Phase Examination method which is scientifically-proven to ensure that your oral health is comprehensively evaluated.   During our examination, we will inquire about your dental and systemic health and check for the following: Evidence of tooth decay | overcrowding | your bite | jaw joint problems | tooth wear | signs of gum disease | signs of oral cancer | aesthetic deficiencies.

If we do spot anything we will let you know exactly what treatment will involve, how long it will take and how much it will cost. After we have thoroughly assessed your mouth, we will also advise you when you should come back to see us again. Generally, this will be twice a year, but the frequency of your check-ups will depend on the condition of your teeth.


Exam & Cleaning

Plaque build up on the teeth and gums can cause many dental problems like tooth decay, gingivitis and even bad breath.



porcelain Veneers

Veneers can change the form and color of your teeth. It can completely transform your smile!


Root canals

A root canal can save your teeth that have become severely infected or decayed.


oral surgery

For teeth that need to be removed due to over decay or might have broken in an unrepairable manner.


Teeth whitening

Our whitening procedure can remove years of stain and color from your teeth in a single, and fast treatment.




With options for anyone, we offer Premium Esthetic, Standard Esthetic, or Economical denture prosthesis.



cerec same-day crowns

Crowns are used to cover teeth that might break or are too damaged to be fixed with the traditional filling procedure.




Clear aligners are a proven way to align out of place teeth without the need to get traditional metal braces.



tmj treatment

If our teeth do not come together properly, the muscles around can become inflamed causing headaches, jaw pain, neck / shoulder pain, and ringing in the ears. This is called TMJ.

dental implants

Through osseointegration, dental implants "fuse" with the surrounding bone and form a stable foundation for crowns, bridges, or other implant prostheses.