Forever Dental offers a wide range of treatment options.

Read below to learn more.

Prevention and Non Invasive Treatment

We offer several non invasive options to help treat and prevent tooth decay and sensitivity for patients of all ages.


Sealants are a quick and easy way to minimize the risk of tooth decay on the biting surface of your molars.  They do not require anesthetic, drilling or much time. Typically they are done on children between ages 5 to 15 years old on their first and second molars, but we do have great results doing them on adults as well.

Silver Diamine Fluoride

We offer a non-invasive treatment that helps stop cavities in their track without anesthetics or drilling.  We paint on a special material that helps stop the bacteria that causes cavities and helps hardened the softened tooth structure. It is great for younger pediatric patients that may not tolerate sitting still for the anesthetic or drilling. It is also great with addressing hypersensitivity and hard to reach spots for our elderly patients.


Cosmetic Dentistry

Our team have extensive amount of experience and training to improve your smile. We make sure to create a customized plan to cater to your priorities and needs. Treatment options include:


Veneers are a quick and easy way to improve your smile. They can address many common cosmetic concerns such as gaps between teeth, chipped teeth, discolorations, and small alignment discrepancies. Veneers are thin, custom-made shells crafted of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front side of teeth.

The treatment typically requires two visits. During the first visit, we make adjustments to your teeth and take an impression of them that is sent to a dental lab. We also verify the ideal shade and shape for your teeth. You may have temporary veneers between your first and second visit to maintain your smile and keep you comfortable.

A dental technician, in a dental lab, creates the custom made veneers working from the model of your teeth. After about two weeks, we will have your veneer fitted and checked. Once you approve of the appearance and fit of the veneer, we will permanently cement your veneers.

We may recommend that you wear a nightguard to avoid chipping or popping the veneer off at night and to avoid some foods and beverages that may stain or discolor your veneers such as coffee, tea or red wine.


Whitening is a simple and quick way to improve the color of your teeth. We offer three different options for whitening to fit your needs.

Our most economical option is our Opalescence Go Whitening kit. It comes with a 10 pack of disposable trays for your upper and lower teeth. You place a tray over the top and bottom of your teeth and wear them for 15 to 30 minutes.

Our most popular option is our In Office Whitening Treatment.  Get whiter teeth in 1 hour with our easy treatment using a patient friendly gel that whitens your teeth while you relax with the TV or music on.  Our trained staff will place a prescription strength gel on your teeth and monitor the progress to get you the shade you deserve.


Our doctors can create a plan to realign your teeth to the smile you have always wanted. Invisalign is a great non-invasive way to improve the way your teeth fit together using clear aligners that barely visible. Whether you are teenager or an adult, it’s never too late to get the smile you deserve.

Gum Disease and Periodontal Disease

Gum disease and periodontal disease are a couple of the most common undiagnosed diseases in adults. Gum disease (gingivitis) is the infection and inflammation of the gums surrounding the teeth. If untreated, this can lead to periodontal disease, which is the infection of the gum and bone surrounding the teeth. Periodontal disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss.

Our office takes gum disease very seriously. During your first visit and each routine exam, we make sure to do a thorough exam to check for gum disease. There is no simple cure for periodontal disease, but we have many ways to control and manage the condition.

Signs and symptoms of gum disease include but are not limited to:

  • bad breath
  • bleeding gums while brushing and flossing
  • bad taste in mouth
  • loose teeth
  • red and swollen gums
  • shifting teeth

Treatment options include:

Scaling and Root Planing (Deep Cleaning)

Prior to the treatment, we make sure the affected areas are numb with local or topical anesthetic. Using special instruments and lot’s of water, we thoroughly clean below the gum line, along the root surface, and around the teeth to remove any bacteria, calculus, and plaque. This is not a surgical procedure. Depending on the severity of your case, we typically do this procedure in two visits to focus on specific areas in your mouth for each visit.

Local Antibiotics (Arestin)

We may recommend further therapy to address the bacteria affecting your gums. In addition to a deep cleaning, you may require an antibiotic to be placed in a few of the infected areas. This usually comes in the form of gelatinous powder that is squirted between the tooth and gum to further kill the bacteria that is attacking your gum and bone.

Periodontal Maintenance

After 6 to 12 week from your deep cleaning, we recommend you return for a follow up to check the healing of your gums, your oral hygiene and to touch up any areas with remaining plaque and bacteria. You will require routine follow up visits to maintain the health of your gums. Depending on how well your gums have healed and your oral hygiene habits and techniques, you will need to return either every 3, 4 or 6 months for follow up cleanings.


Replace Missing Teeth

Just like every organ in our body, each tooth has a specific function to help you with everyday functions such as eating, speaking and smiling. Even when you are missing only 1 tooth, you can cause further stress on all the other teeth in your mouth and your jaw. This additional stress can cause cracks, fractures, pain and swelling.

We offer several options to replace missing teeth. Whether you are missing 1 tooth or all your teeth, we can provide customized treatment plan to address your needs. Treatment options include:


Implants are the most advanced treatment of choice to replacing teeth. Without affecting any of your other teeth, implants can replace 1 or multiple teeth. An implant acts an artificial tooth with a root portion that is placed by our oral surgeon and a crown portion that is placed by our general dentist. The entire process requires up to 4 appointments over a period of up to 4 months to ensure the best results. Your implant is the closest thing to a natural tooth possible.

Your first visit would be a consultation to discuss your case. The actual procedure is typically only 1 hour, and we make sure you are thoroughly numb with local anesthetic. She will place the biologically compatible root portion of your implant below the gum in the jaw and then cover it up with a healing cap. You will then return for evaluation to ensure proper healing and integration of the implant with your bone. After this has healed properly (from 2-4 months), our dentist will have your implant fitted for a custom made crown. Just like a typical crown procedure, we will take molds of your teeth and have a lab create the crown to fit our bite and smile. This piece typically takes two weeks. At your final visit, you will have your crown checked and cemented in.

As with any new crown, filling, or appliance in your mouth, we strongly recommend routine visits to monitor and maintain the health of your mouth and new teeth.


A bridge can replace 1 to a few teeth in your mouth. A bridge is not removable and typically requires 2 visits. A bridge requires at least 2 teeth that are healthy enough to support the weight of the replacement teeth. The bridge has at least two teeth crowned (abutments) with replacement teeth (pontics) attached to them. During your first visit, we will make sure you are thoroughly numb. We will shape the abutment teeth, verify the shade of your new teeth, and take molds of them. You will leave the office with a temporary bridge that will protect the shaped teeth and maintain the spacing for the new teeth. We will send the impression to a dental lab where they will custom make your new bridge. In about two weeks, you will return to have your new bridge fitted, checked and cemented.

As with any new crown, filling, or appliance in your mouth, we strongly recommend routine visits to monitor and maintain the health of your mouth and new teeth.


If you are replacing all your teeth or more than half your teeth, an economical and non-invasive way to replace your missing teeth are dentures. Depending on how many teeth you are missing and the shape and alignment of your missing teeth, we will recommend either a partial denture or a full denture.

A partial denture uses your existing teeth for support and replaces your missing teeth. A full denture replaces all your missing teeth and can either be supported by your gum and bone, implants or 2-4 protected root tips. Dentures are removable and need to be taken out every night to allow your gums to breath.

When creating your custom made partial or full denture, we will need multiple short visits to properly fit them to your teeth and jaw. This process can take from 1 month to several months, depending on your case.

As with any new crown, filling, or denture in your mouth, we strongly recommend routine visits to monitor and maintain the health of your mouth and new teeth.


Fillings and Crowns

To properly restore and repair decayed or broken teeth, we may recommend either a composite filling or a crown. Treatment options include:


A filling is done to repair a small hole, crack, or decayed area of your tooth. A filling is done in one visit. We ensure you are thoroughly numb before beginning with local anesthetic. We will clean out the affected area of your tooth and replace it with a tooth colored filling. After you leave, you will have a newly repaired tooth that you will be able to talk, eat and smile with like normal. Depending on the size and location of your filling, we may recommend you to avoid extra hard or chewy items to improve the long term prognosis of the tooth.


A crown is done to repair a larger hole, crack or decayed area of your tooth. If the affected area of your tooth is over a third the size of your tooth, a crown is typically a better option. A crown covers the entire tooth and looks just like a natural tooth.

The treatment requires two visits. During your first visit, we will make sure you are thoroughly numb. We will shape the tooth to fit the crown, verify the shade of your new tooth, and take an impression of it. You will leave the office with a temporary crown that will protect the shaped tooth and maintain the spacing for the new tooth. We will send the impression to a dental lab where they will custom make your new crown. In about two weeks, you will return to have your new crown fitted, checked and cemented.

As with any new crown, filling, or denture in your mouth, we strongly recommend routine visits to monitor and maintain the health of your mouth and new teeth.

Infected Teeth

Root Canals

Root canal therapy is the best way to save an infected tooth.  With better technology and knowledge, they are much simpler and comfortable than ever before.  When a tooth becomes infected, root canal therapy removes the infection while keeping the tooth in place.

During the procedure, we want to make sure you are comfortable and thoroughly numb.  We place a protective covering over the tooth and use a series of tapered brush-like instruments and medicaments to remove the infected tissue. We take a couple of x-rays to ensure we have cleaned the tooth completely. Once we have thoroughly cleaned out the tooth, we will seal the canals of the root with a bio-friendly material called gutta percha. This procedure can take between 1 and 2 visits.

After the root canal is completed, it is extremely important to have the tooth restored with a crown as soon as possible. Because the nerve and blood vessel system (the pulp) has been removed during the root canal, the tooth is brittle and weak.  Without this final protective covering the tooth is at high risk of fracturing or getting re-infected in the near future.


If all other options are not possible to save an infected or fractured tooth, an extraction will be recommended.  We will help you determine if the tooth should be removed by an oral surgeon or by one of our general dentists.

During the procedure, we will make sure you are comfortable and thoroughly numb. You will feel some slight pressure during the procedure, which is completely normal.  After the procedure is completed, you will receive a list of instructions on how to take care of the extraction site.

Getting Numb and Oral Sedation

Local Anesthetic

To make sure our patients are comfortable, we offer local anesthetic. We have a few types of local anesthetic that are specifically chosen for each patient’s case, based the procedure and the patient’s medical history. Prior to receiving the anesthetic, we dry the area to be numb and place a topical gel to help with any discomfort from the injection. When we give the local anesthetic, you may feel a slight pinch and some pressure. We have many techniques to help our patient feel as comfortable as possible during this process.

Once we complete giving the anesthetic, we may wait a several minutes to make sure you are thoroughly numb and comfortable with the procedure.

Oral Sedation

We understand the fear and anxiety often associated with dentistry and recognize that many people avoid seeing a dentist because of those emotional responses. Dental phobia is rather common, and sedation dentistry is a beneficial tool to those who need more than just a routine cleaning. We offer oral sedation to put you back in control of your oral health.

A pill is administered to the patient to help alleviate any anxiety during any dental procedures. The duration of the medication will be active during the procedure with minor side-effects after it wears off. Our patients are more relaxed and able to speak and interact during the procedure. During the entire process, our team monitors your blood pressure, pulse, and oxygen levels. We will make sure you fully understand what to expect before, during and after the procedure, so that you are completely comfortable.