At your initial visit we will spend one hour gathering your information and performing a comprehensive oral examination. Dr. DeWitt will personally consult with you about your past, present and future concerns. After diagnostic information has been obtained, including x-rays, he will spend the necessary time to make sure that you understand your dental status and any treatment that might be needed. Dr. DeWitt and his staff are proud of their philosophy of communicating and educating their patients.

Below is a list of services provided at our office, click on each to learn more:


Invisalign is a revolutionary new method that uses a series of clear, plastic aligners to straighten your teeth without the hassle of traditional metal braces. Dr. DeWitt is highly trained in fitting these easy, removable clear braces as an alternative to the unsightly look of traditional dental braces.

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Tooth Bonding
Tooth Bonding refers to the use of tooth colored composite resin to repair teeth that are chipped, crooked, cracked, stained and/or gapped. Typically this procedure requires no removal of existing tooth structure and can be completed in one painless appointment, whereas porcelain veneers require at least two visits Tooth Bonding lengthens and improves shape of read more
Preventive and Maintenance Procedures
Poor dental hygiene is a common cause of redness and swelling of the gums. Poor brushing techniques or not brushing the teeth regularly after eating or drinking acidic or sweet foods can be the reason for plaque to build up, causing redness and swelling of the gums. Plaque that accumulates on the teeth for several read more
Sedation Dentistry
Sedation dentistry offers patients a way to relieve fear and minimize discomfort when receiving dental treatment. Dr. DeWitt’s expertise with sedation dentistry makes getting dental work a pleasant and relaxing experience for patients who are particularly afraid and need a little extra help relaxing. Whether you need general maintenance or cosmetic dentistry procedures, we will read more
Teeth Whitening
In-Office and Take-Home Whitening Products. Three in four Americans agree that no matter how nice a person’s smile is, yellow teeth ruin the effect, according to a 2008 study by the ADA, Crest and Oral B. The good news is that you don’t have to live with yellow teeth any longer. Dr. DeWitt offers customized read more
TMJ Therapy
TMJ disorder describes conditions affecting the Temporomandibular Joint (where the lower jaw joins the skull) and nerves related to chronic facial pain and it is the most frequently stressed point of the body. Over 40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic headaches, neck & shoulder pain, jaw aches, and dental damage from read more
The term periodontics refers to the dental specialty that pertains to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease that affects the gums and jawbone. Healthy gums and bone are essential to keeping your teeth forever. Dr. DeWitt and his staff are well trained in non-surgical and surgical periodontal care. In more advanced cases, Dr. read more
If you have lost all of your natural teeth from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, complete dentures can be the right option for you. Replacing missing teeth will not only be beneficial to your appearance and smile but also to your health. Implant anchors can frequently be added to help support and anchor your existing read more
Dental Bridges
Dental Bridges are used to replace a single or many missing teeth by borrowing the strength of adjacent teeth to attach the missing teeth in a non-removable fashion. By eliminating gaps and restoring your full smile, you can correct your bite so that it is easier to talk, bite, and chew. There are several types read more
In addition to color, the size, shape and alignment of your teeth also affect your smile. Stained, chipped, or crooked teeth can keep you from smiling as frequently as you should. We offer quick and accessible treatment to deliver you the confident smile you deserve. If you would like to mask certain flaws on your read more
Crowns/ Onlays
Dental Crowns and Onlays (sometimes called ‘caps’) restore a tooth to its natural shape and appearance or to strengthen a tooth. Dental crowns are often used for teeth that are broken, worn, or have portions destroyed by decay. They are cemented onto an existing tooth, which fully cover the portion of your tooth above the read more
Dental Implants
In cases where a tooth is too damaged to be repaired, or congenitally missing, it can be replaced by an artificial tooth that looks and feels like the real thing. With a root form made of titanium, implants are more comfortable and secure than traditional partials or dentures for replacing teeth. Implants can also help read more
Tooth-Colored Fillings
Composite resin is a durable alternative to silver fillings. Filling shades are customized to match your tooth color, so the fillings are virtually undetectable. They contain no metal or mercury, not only are they free from potentially toxic materials, but they will not change shape like amalgam can. Placement of a tooth-colored fillings takes only read more