Services Offered

Dental exams
Professional Hygiene Care
Oral Cancer Exam
Dental Sealants
Supplemental Fluoride
Periodontal therapy(gum disease)

Full-Mouth Reconstruction
Fillings/White Fillings
Children's Dentistry
Inlays & Onlays
Crowns & Bridges
Implants/Mini Implants
Dental Implant Restorations
Endodontics (Root Canals)
Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)
TMJ Therapy
Nightguards for Bruxism


Porcelain Veneers
Cosmetic Bonding
Home Teeth Whitening
Invisalign Clear Braces

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 Preventive Dentistry

The American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist and hygienist at least twice each year for a cleaning and exam.  We will inspect your soft tissues for oral cancer, periodontal disease, and other conditions. Dr. Logan will also look at each tooth to assess for tooth decay or cracks, as well as the health of old dental work. Sometimes old dental work wears out and needs to be replaced.

With regular dental hygiene appointments, Lori's professional cleanings will help you maintain optimal oral health by providing thorough examination of the gum structures for any disease or bone loss. Her expertise helps with maintaining your oral health as well as help restore health to gums and bone that may have periodontal disease (gum disease). 

By looking for disease every six months, we can often reduce your potential for large dental problems.  If left untreated, a small cavity can grow to destroy an entire tooth and spread to surrounding teeth. Advanced gum disease is the primary cause of tooth loss for American adults and can be prevented. Oral cancer causes more than 8,000 deaths each year. Caught and treated early, these diseases can be controlled.


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General, Restorative & Prosthetic 

Dr. Logan's experience and expertise is dedicated to improve your oral health. To achieve this, Dr. Logan has committed to a career to always learn the newest and best treatments for his patients through studies at the prestigious Pankey Institute for advanced studies in general dentistry and the MISCH International Implant Institute.  Dr. Logan also has been certified with Invisalign for clear braces solutions.

For cracked, decayed, or worn teeth, we can bring back your healthy, natural-looking smile with dental crowns. A crown can return structure, strength, and function to a tooth with extensive decay or damage. 

Missing teeth? Were you injured or in an accident and lost teeth? We can place implants to provide a sound foundation for building a crown or to create a permanent bridge to restore your solid smile. Replacing missing teeth not only fills the gap, but also prevents repositioning of remaining teeth. It can also correct a misaligned bite, improve chewing function and speech articulation.


Family Dentistry

Our office regularly cares for the dental needs of children as young as three years old. However, if you notice that your child has a problem with his or her teeth or gums prior to this age, please schedule an appointment. You should also schedule a Happy Visit at two years old, where your child can become familiar with the sights, sounds, and friendly helpers in our dental office. Your child's checkup at age three will involve a tooth-by-tooth exam. The dentist will check for proper development, as well as tooth decay and other areas of concern.

As your child grows, he or she will need regular exams and hygiene visits to ensure optimal oral health. Our team will teach oral home care techniques so that your child can learn how to effectively brush and floss, with your help at first, then on his or her own.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Not happy with your smile due to dark fillings or damaged or even missing teeth? We can help!

If you have dark fillings, we can replace them with composite resins (white fillings). These fillings are a tooth-colored restoration reviving teeth to an attractive, healthy state.

Cosmetic dentistry is transforming lives through complete smile makeovers, and porcelain veneers lead the list of aesthetic treatments as a wildly popular procedure.

Teeth whitening has given patients a reason to smile. Your appearance can affect you socially, emotionally, and even in business successes.  Professional teeth whitening systems,  can help you achieve the pearly whites you desire.

Many have set aside their own dental needs for caring for others in their lives. Or fear has kept many away. Or the misconception that no one can help them.  Whatever the reason, many have the need for a more extensive plan to restore their oral health.



Straight teeth, while attractive, contribute to good oral health. Orthodontics is the dental science of realigning teeth into a proper bite. We do this with braces, retainers, spacers, clear aligners, and other mechanisms. Many people relate orthodontics with adolescence. However,  adults as well as children can benefit from orthodontic treatment.

In children, it is sometimes necessary to begin orthodontic treatment before the jaw and gums fully form; for this reason, we recommend that you bring your child in for an orthodontic consultation by age seven. This way, we can proactively treat potential problems from habits such as thumb sucking and mouth breathing, or genetic issues like crowding, underbite, or overbite. Our preventive approach enables us to nip teeth alignment issues before they escalate, gently expanding and reshaping a young person's smile. When all the permanent teeth emerge during adolescence, some children may need a second treatment phase, which can include comprehensive orthodontics and an appliance, like a retainer, to maintain teeth position.

More adults than ever wear braces these days--one in five orthodontic patients is an adult*-- but not exclusively for cosmetic reasons. The savvy consumer knows that you're never too old to enjoy the health benefits of a straight smile. For instance, symptoms like earaches, dizziness, headaches, and neck pain can all be associated with a misaligned jaw. Correcting the bite will alleviate these symptoms and improve function and comfort, while reducing the potential for tooth wear. In addition, straight teeth are less prone to decay and gum disease.

For adults, we offer discreet alternatives to traditional metal braces. You can now opt for clear brackets (the part of braces that bond to the teeth and are spaced along the arc wire). Lingual braces adhere to the inner side of teeth, rather than the front, so no one will know that you're wearing braces. We may decide together that removable appliances such as Invisalign or custom aligners, also called clear braces, will work best for you.

You deserve a straight smile! So do your children! Ask us about financing options and payment plans. Treatment times vary, so call for a consultation, and we'll work with you to develop a plan that works for your lifestyle and budget.

*American Association of Orthodontists

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