Our Dental Services:
Porcelain Veneers: When your teeth are otherwise healthy, but you are unhappy with the look of your smile, porcelain veneers may be the appropriate cosmetic enhancement for you. Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain, an all-natural, organic material that your dentist customizes just for you by shaping and shading them to create your new flawless smile.
Dental Implants: A dental implant is advanced restorative dentistry that can literally give you back your smile, whether you are missing one or many teeth. An implant mimics the root system of your tooth. Dental implants are titanium posts that are placed into the bone beneath your gums. The bone heals around the post, fusing it into place. Then a porcelain tooth is anchored to the post. This tooth is not removable. Instead, you care for it in the same way as your natural teeth. It looks and feels completely natural.
Crowns: Sometimes injury or decay damages a tooth to a degree that the tooth structure cannot hold a filling. In such a case, a crown is the mercury free answer. Dr. Durtschi prepares your existing tooth structure to act as the foundation for a custom-made crown that is expertly shaped and shaded to match your existing teeth perfectly. The crown is permanently fitted over your tooth and looks and feels completely natural.
GENERAL AND PREVENTATIVE
Periotherapy: During your initial evaluation, we will assess your gum health and will discuss your options with you. If you show symptoms of gingivitis or more advanced periodontal disease, we can create a plan for you that will restore your health, while preventing future problems.
Tooth Extraction: Sometimes injury or decay damages a tooth extensively. In certain cases, extraction is the proper treatment option to start you on the path toward complete dental health. Dr. Durtschi can gently extract your troublesome tooth and give you the treatment options for replacing that tooth and for completing your beautiful smile again.
Root Canal: Due to advances in dental technology and techniques, root canals are more comfortable than ever. If you need a root canal, your doctor will explain the exact details of your procedure and will provide you with gentle care.
Our Vision Services:
COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS
Comprehensive eye exams for all ages with our Doctor of Optometry
- A wide array of contact lenses, including disposables, multifocal, and contacts for astigmatism
Medical treatment for eye conditions, including dry eye, allergies, glaucoma, and infectious disease
Diabetic eye exams available
Pediatric eye exams starting at 6 months old. The AOA recommends children are seen before their first birthday, age 3, age 5, and every year once they are in school.
An estimated 1 in 5 preschool children have vision problems and 1 in 4 school-age children wear corrective eyewear in this country. It is incredibly important for the development of your child that they receive an in-person, comprehensive eye exam through 18 years old!
Our comprehensive exams also include:
Visual analysis and eye health evaluation using Optovue technology and a dilated exam
Recommendations and instructions detailing any necessary eye care
Our Optometrist and Optician enjoy fitting a variety of soft contact lenses including:
Toric (for astigmatism)
MiSight Myopia Management
We have a large selection of lens trials in stock and available for your appointment and most of our patients can leave with at least one type of contact lens to try out. We love our new contact lens wearers and are always happy to teach those who are interested in trying lenses for the first time!
WE ARE PROUD TO OFFER COSMETIC ENHANCEMENTS:
Lumify Eye Redness Reliever • Lash Boost Enhancement Serum • We Love Eyes lid cleansers
Slowing the Progression of Nearsightedness Starts Here
MiSight®1 day contact lenses are the first and ONLY soft contact lenses
that are FDA approved* to slow the progression of myopia in children 8-12 years of age at initiation of treatment.
What is Myopia?
Myopia = Nearsightedness
Whether or not your child complains of not being able to see objects at a distance—such as the board at the front of their classroom— they might have a condition called myopia. It’s more commonly known, though, as nearsightedness.
The eyes of a child with myopia become longer over time, which causes distant objects to appear blurry.
And, if it’s not addressed, myopia often worsens as your child gets older.