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The foundation to healthy teeth and gums begins with our comprehensive hygiene program of bi-annual examinations. From there, the possibilities are developed into a tailored personal treatment plan based on your specific needs. Dr. Kotch provides a wide range of delicate enhancements, tooth restorations and more. To help you better understand the options available, we encourage you to read more about our leading services. If you have questions or concerns, please contact us for further information at: (570) 714‑8083.

Teeth Whitening – In-office or at-home whitening can help remove stains and other discolorations from your teeth.

Composite Resin Fillings – Composite fillings are made from a resin that is customized to match the color of your teeth, as opposed to amalgam and gold fillings. Composite resin can be used in all future fillings, and used to re-fill your old metal.

Cosmetic Dentistry – Cosmetic dentistry will provide you with the designer smile that you have always wanted, guaranteeing a mouth full of healthy and straight white teeth.

Dental Bridges – Bridges are used to replace missing teeth. A bridge consists of two crowns with a false tooth and is mounted permanently to the adjacent teeth or dental implants.

Dental Caps/Crowns – A cap/crown is used to restore a tooth that has been severely damaged, cracked or chipped. The crown covers the entire tooth.

Dental Veneers – Veneers are a thin layer of restorative material placed over a tooth surface to improve the look of a tooth or protect a damaged tooth surface.

Dentures – Full or partial can be used to replace missing teeth. Full dentures typically require some remaining teeth to be extracted. Partial dentures are used when a patient has not lost many teeth.

Extractions – It becomes necessary to extract, or remove, a tooth when it is impacted, severely decayed or is on the verge of falling out due to gum disease.

Relines – Relines are an alternative procedure to getting new dentures. A reline involves resurfacing the inside portions of a denture to make it fit better with the existing conditions of a patient’s gums. Relines can be done in an office or sent to a laboratory.

Veneers – Veneers are thin layers of restorative material that are placed over the surface of a tooth to improve the look of a tooth or to protect a damaged tooth surface. Composite or dental porcelain can be used.