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FREE 2nd


Bring your x-rays and request a FREE consultation with Dr. Lovely for a 2nd opinion.

*2nd opinions can not be given without diagnostic quality x-rays.


Don't be caught unaware by dental problems. Routine oral exams are your first defense in preventing and addressing dental diseases before they hurt.


X-rays are the best way to properly diagnose dental decay. The recommended frequency is 6-12 months for bitewing x-rays, depending on the patient's individual needs.

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The cleanings offered at Apple Dental are tailored to each patient. Gum disease can cause tooth loss and other health issues. By maintaining good oral health, it helps your whole body! If our qualified clinicians diagnose symptoms of gum disease, be assured that we will help you take back control of your gum health.

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Our office only uses high quality tooth colored filling materials. Ask us about replacing your silver colored fillings with natural looking aesthetic composite fillings!


Crowns (or caps) and bridges are the most common way to repair a damaged tooth. If a tooth is too weak to support a filling, this might be the best option for you.

A bridge is used to close a gap where you are missing a tooth. It is permanently glued in place.

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Extraction is the complete removal of a tooth. Usually needed due to gum disease or decay. With his years of experience, Dr. Lovely can quickly and painlessly remove a problematic tooth.

Some extractions may be referred to oral surgeons based on the diagnosis and anatomy.

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A root canal can be the best way to save a tooth and keep you from experiencing lingering pain. Often recommended when there is infection, pain, or severe decay. A root canal can often be completed in a single appointment.

Some teeth may need to be referred to a root canal specialist (endodontist).

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