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Our Services

Bright Tiger Dental offers a comprehensive range of VIP dental services. While we respect you as a patient, we also treat you as a neighbor. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality and latest advances in dental care.


Complete Dentures

When all of your natural teeth are removed and replaced with dentures, this is known as “complete dentures” There are two types of complete dentures: immediate and conventional. Immediate dentures are just what they sound like. You’ll get these to wear after your extractions and can wear them for a couple of months while you wait for your customized conventional dentures. 

Cracked Tooth

Cracked Tooth Repair

A cracked tooth can be very painful. How your tooth is repaired depends on the severity of the crack. For simple cracks that are not severe, a dental crown to cover and restore the damage is usually sufficient. If your crack has gone deeper into the tooth, a root canal may be necessary. After that, a crown is typically placed on top of the tooth to ensure it is fully functional.
The most severe cracks may require the tooth to be extracted. This is typically an extreme situation, however, and our dentists do their best to repair the damage if at all possible. If an extraction is necessary, however, keep in mind that a dental implant can replace your original tooth.
Crown and Bridge

Crowns & Bridges

A crown is most often used to cover and protect a tooth that has been damaged in some way. Crowns are often made of porcelain (the most realistic looking type of crown) or a metal such as gold. Crowns are also commonly used for cosmetic purposes like whitening or realigning your teeth.
 Bridges are dental devices used to replace teeth that have been lost or removed. They typically consist of at least one filler tooth (known as a pontic) that is attached to two surrounding crowns. Bridges used to be removable, but it is more common these days for them to be bonded into the mouth.
Dental Filling

Dental Fillings

Fillings are one of the most common dental procedures performed. They are used to treat cavities. Your dentist removes decayed portions of your teeth, most often using a dental drill,  and then “fills” that area with a solid material. Composite fillings are usually more expensive than silver amalgam fillings because they are more durable and can closely match your natural tooth color. Likewise, ceramic fillings, which are made of porcelain, are also very durable and also closely match your natural tooth color.

Fillings also can be used to repair cracked or broken teeth.

Dental X-ray

Exams & X-rays

Exams allow the doctor to see what is going on inside your mouth with your teeth as well as your gums, tongue, and cheek tissues. Early signs of mouth cancers and other issues can often be detected through these exams. 
To get a closer look at your teeth, dental X-rays are used. They allow your doctor to see very clearly just how healthy your teeth are. They can pick up on hairline fractures that could lead to problems in the future, can show where any tooth decay or cavities may be taking place, and also show the dentist what the inside (the pulp) of your teeth look like. This is a great diagnostic tool dentists use to ensure they can provide the best possible care.
Tooth Removal


No one likes to lose an adult tooth, but sometimes it is necessary. Extractions — the removal of one or more teeth — can be used to reduce crowding or in preparation for dentures. It is also common to extract a tooth that is badly infected or if a tooth is badly damaged and cannot be repaired using a root canal, filling, or a crown. 

Immediate Dentures

Immediate Dentures

Dentures, whether full or partial, take a while to make, and it’s almost impossible to fit you for dentures without first extracting your teeth. Instead of leaving you with no teeth for a couple of months while you wait for your permanent dentures to be made, “immediate” dentures provide a temporary solution. You’ll receive your immediate dentures on the same day of your extraction.

Implant Denture

Implant-supported Crowns

These are crowns that are used with patients who are missing a tooth. An implant-supported crown replaces the entire tooth, from the root to the crown. The crown is placed onto a dental implant that is surgically embedded in the jawbone. Implant-supported crowns provide a very strong foundation for your crown.

Mouth Guards

Mouth Guards

Mouth guards don’t just keep your teeth protected during things like sporting events, they also can serve a variety of dental purposes. If you frequently grind or clench your teeth while sleeping, a mouthguard may be very helpful in stopping repetitive damage to your teeth. They can also help to reduce snoring and even relieve obstructive sleep apnea.

Partial Denture

Partial Dentures

Like a complete denture, partial dentures replace your natural teeth. But unlike with a complete denture, a partial denture doesn’t require all of your teeth to be extracted. This can be particularly helpful for patients who want to keep as many of their natural teeth as possible. Partial dentures may have a metal frame and clasps that connect to your natural teeth, or they may have other types of connections that are more natural-looking. 

Tooth Repair with Dentist

Repair of Chipped/Broken Teeth

Like cracked teeth, chipped or otherwise broken teeth can be repaired using several different methods, including fillings, crowns, and in extreme cases, a root canal or extraction. 

Patient In Dental Chair

Root Canal Treatment

Root canals may sound scary, but they’re very common dental procedures that your dentist handles with some regularity. In fact, root canals are very similar to standard fillings, they just go deeper, removing inflamed or infected tooth material in the process. 
When you have a root canal (also called endodontic treatment), your dentist removes the soft interior of your tooth, which is known as the pulp. The dentist then cleans and disinfects this area and fills and seals it with “gutta-percha,” a material similar to rubber. Once that is completed, your tooth is finished with a crown or a filling to seal and protect the tooth.
Deep Cleaning

Scaling & Root Planing

Scaling & Root Planing, often called a “deep cleaning” is when there are deep pockets around your teeth, these pockets can become filled with bacteria and other contaminants/food. The bone that is around your teeth wants to stay healthy and strong, so it recedes away from the bacteria/contaminants. 

When you have a “deep cleaning” completed, your dental hygienist will take specialized instruments and clean below the gumline, this removes any harmful items from those deep pockets and slows bone recession. After your Scaling & Root Planing you will return every 3-4 months for periodontal maintenance where we can make sure that we remove any new deposits and keep your bone at a strong level.

Dental Teeth Cleaning

Teeth Cleaning

Annual or semi-annual teeth cleanings are an important part of your overall dental care. It removes plaque and tartar buildup and keeps your teeth and gums healthier than they would be without regular deep cleaning.

Here’s what we hope you’ll always say about us

  • “They want to know me as a person”
  • “Everyone makes things as easy as possible for me”
  • “The doctor simplified my options and let me decide”
  • “I didn’t have to wait and they got me in and out quickly”
  • “You’re the dental office for me”