Some patients react to stress by grinding their teeth unconsciously during the day or, more commonly, while sleeping. The constant pressure and motion can harm teeth, as well as the muscles and tissues in and around the jaw.Learn More
Patients come to Dr. Coats with a variety of dental needs, but a common theme is the desire to improve the aesthetics of their smiles. Cosmetic dentistry is our passion. It allows us to marry the art and science of dentistry. We can help you improve your smile too!Learn More
Everyone needs general dental care. Dr. Coats has been treating families for many years, and she is very familiar with every situation that can require a trip to the dentist. She can treat you and your children for all of your dental needs.Learn More
Cleanings and X-Rays
By providing gentle cleanings at least twice a year, our hygienists can help you maintain a healthy, sparkling smile. We offer digital X-rays for the safety of your family and our environment.
If you’re self-conscious about cracked, broken, decayed, or worn teeth, we can bring back your healthy, natural-looking smile with dental crowns, also called caps.Learn More
If you’re embarrassed about your smile because of decay or dark fillings in your teeth, you may be a good candidate for composite resins. A tooth-colored plastic mixture, composite resins can restore teeth to an attractive, healthy state.Learn More
Now patients who are missing teeth have a strong, beautiful alternative to bridges, partials, or full dentures. Dental implants will improve your smile and your lifestyle.Learn More
If you’ve lost teeth due to accident, injury, or gum disease, we can create a permanent bridge to restore your solid smile. A bridge not only fills the gap, but also prevents repositioning of remaining teeth.Learn More
Invisalign is a modern alternative to braces that utilizes computers to design a series of clear plastic aligners that gently move your teeth into place. Not only are they nearly invisible, they’re removable, so you can enjoy all your favorite foods without the trouble of cleaning braces.Learn More
Athletes of all ages should protect their smiles with custom-fitted mouthguards Dr. Coats uses a special technique to help enhance airflow, increase core balance and improve strength with a neuromuscular sport appliance.Learn More
If you’ve been avoiding the dentist because of dental fear, we have a solution for you. Oral sedation is just a pill that you take before you come to the dentist that helps you feel relaxed and comfortable despite your anxiety. You will be awake and able to respond, but you won’t feel fear or respond to the things that typically trigger negative emotions at the dentist.Learn More
We like to see children by the age of three so that they can become accustomed to the dental office and begin to learn how to care for their new teeth. We provide sealants to reduce the risk of cavities and fluoride treatments to promote strong, healthy teeth.
Periodontal disease, commonly called gum disease, can destroy oral health and cause tooth loss. It also increases the risk of overall health problems and cardiovascular disease, as well as complications in pregnancy. We use Cavitron, prophy jets, Arestin, and a series of Omni products to maintain gum tissue health in our periodontal program.Learn More
To recreate your smile, or to hide a gap, discoloration, slight misalignments, or damage on front teeth, consider porcelain veneers.Learn More
Sleep apnea is a deadly medical condition that can rob people of years of their lives. Traditional treatment with CPAP is not well-tolerated by most patients. Fortunately, there is a non-surgical dental treatment for sleep apena.Learn More
Getting a good night’s sleep is important. If you notice a snoring habit or have questions about the condition called Sleep Apnea, we may have an easy answer to help you sleep better.Learn More
If your smile needs a makeover, Dr. Coats will assess your oral condition, discuss your goals with you, and create a treatment plan that will give you the smile of your dreams. Need some inspiration?View our before & after photos!
The Denture Fountain of Youth® is a new development in dentures. Neuromuscular dentures that are designed to work with your muscles, bones, and joints to give you excellent fit and function. Even better, they can make you look up to 20 years younger!Learn More
Have you noticed that people at the office, your neighbors, and even some of your family members have amazingly white teeth? Do you want a set of pearly whites that rivals those of a Hollywood star?Learn More
Your temporomandibular joint is highly sensitive to overall physical, emotional, and psychological stress. Under normal conditions, they join your lower jaw and temporal bone, but under stress, they can dysfunction, exposing nerve endings to cause pain.Learn More
If you were to list the most relaxing things you did this week, going to the dentist would probably not be one of them. But it could be. Your next visit to the dentist can be relaxing and restorative, and possibly even inspirational and rejuvenating.Learn More