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Going to the Dentist regularly will help you catch dental health problems early on when treatment would be more simple and affordable. Regular visits can also prevent problems from arising in the first place. Scheduling an appointment is simple and fast and we can almost always accommodate you on short notice.


A crown may be needed if ​you have a large cavity or or fracture that would leave the tooth prone to more severe fracturing. A crown can also be used to anchor a bridge or protect a tooth that has had a root canal.


At Neely and Neely Dental Group we offer a variety of general dentistry services.

From regular cleanings to implants and bridges we have you covered.


Bridges get their name because they "bridge" the gap created by one or more missing teeth. A bridge can help restore your smile, help with your ability to chew, help keep the natural shape of your face and prevent your remaining teeth from drifting out of position.​


A filling can help restore a tooth that has been damaged by decay to its normal shape and function. The Dentist will start by cleaning out the cavity to remove any decayed tooth material. After this they will fill the cleaned out area with a gold, silver amalgam, composite or porcelain filling material. The goal is to create a seal so that no bacteria can get into the tooth which would create further decay and possibly lead to a fracture of the tooth.  


Dental implants are effectively replacement roots for your teeth. They are titanium posts that are surgically implanted into your upper or lower jaw which will fuse to the bone over time. Implants are very durable and with proper care could easily last a lifetime. Implants can be used to support a single tooth, as part of an implant bridge, replacing the need for partial dentures and also used to stabilize an existing partial or full denture.

All-On-4® DENTAL

All-On-4® dental implants involve four dental implants that support a replacement for all of the upper or lower teeth. We work with local surgeons and periodontists as a team for this procedure.

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