Restorative Dentistry

Teeth Cleaning

Regular cleanings are very important in preventing tooth decay and gum disease as well as identifying these issues before they become a problem. Our patients return for check ups every 3 to 6 months. Read more.

Teeth Whitening


We use the safest and most effective laser technology on the market to perform in-office whitening. We’ll even design take home whitening trays so you can refresh your smile at your own convenience. Read more.

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Teeth Implants and Bridges

We use the latest technology to place implants and bridges, often times avoiding surgery. We also fix and maintain older implants and bridges to keep our patients healthy and comfortable. Read more.



We now offer a new type of veneer that uses Zirconia. Zirconia is less prone to chipping and cracking than the old method of making veneers. They are also much thinner, which requires less grinding. Read more.


Our clear aligners are comfortable, removable, and, best of all, nearly invisible. These work as an alternative to braces, and you can show off your smile with almost no impact on your daily life. Treatment can be as quick as 6 months. Read more.

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Teeth Grinding Night Guards

Grinding and clenching your teeth at night while sleeping is called sleep bruxism and many of us do it so often we are at risk of dental problems. We have night guards lab-made with reliable, safe acrylic material. Read more.

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Children’s Dentistry

Alrez Family Dentistry starts seeing children at age 2 and is a “family practice for all generations”. Alrez Family Dentistry provides all important aspects of children’s dentistry including fluoride treatments. Read more.

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Sleep Apnea & Snoring Treatment

Snoring can cause loss of sleep and tension between couples. Surgery can help, but many patients prefer the nonsurgical methods we offer. Read more.


Laughing Gas

It is not uncommon to have a little, or even a lot, of anxiety about an upcoming dental appointment. Whichever end of the spectrum you might be on, you are not alone. It’s possible to reduce that fear. Read more.