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Restorative Dentistry

The best dentistry is no dentistry, which is why we focus on proactive prevention - managing and improving risk factors that could lead to damage or breakdown of otherwise healthy tooth structure.  We take a holistic and integrative approach that looks at the dynamic forces at play in the mouth.

Our risk management strategy focuses on mechanical forces, plaque burden, oral pH and biofilm composition, in addition to systemic influences such as nutrition, sleep quality, and stress management, which all play a role in how resilient or susceptible our teeth are over time. In addition, we assess and manage existing dental restorations to ensure they are functioning well.


When an intervention is warranted, we restore the tooth in the least invasive way possible that preserves the healthy elements and use biocompatible materials in a biomimetic fashion. Nature knows best, so we use its original design as a blueprint for how we fix things.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

  • For small to medium sized restorations, composite resin and glass ionomer are the least invasive options.

  • Small fillings can often be completed using lasers or air abrasion with no numbing required.

  • Larger, multilayered fillings protect different parts of the tooth and create a durable, long-lasting restoration.

Ceramic Restorations

  • For medium to large sized restorations, biocompatible ceramics are a great option.

  • Add reinforcement to a damaged tooth so that it can maintain its function long term.

  • A digital workflow and same-day results are convenient and preserve tooth structure compared to traditional crowns.

Root Canal Procedures

  • When a tooth loses its blood supply due to trauma or deep decay, a root canal may be an appropriate option.

  • Laser-assisted cleaning removes more bacteria than traditional approaches and helps save tooth structure.

  • Modern bioceramic sealers more effectively seal the tooth and maximize the longevity of the root seal.

Bite Balance (Dental Occlusion)

  • Proper bite balance is important for both the integrity of the teeth and jaw joints.

  • Accordingly, we take occlusion very seriously and view it through the lens of whole-body alignment.

  • Bite misalignment can contribute to TMJ issues, tooth sensitivity and damage, and even poor posture.

Simply great!  The facility is extremely clean and the hygienist’s do their work very professionally.  I have been Dr. Neish’s patient for 20 years and I have enjoyed his professional work ethic and easy going nature a lot.

Subhashish D.

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