Your smile is important to us.

How we can help

At Royal Dental Care, we offer both Cosmetic and Restorative dentistry depending on
what you need. Sometimes just a few minor changes can make all the difference!


Have you always wondered what it would look like to have an impeccable smile that will boost your confidence? Would you feel self-conscious with a mouth full of metal braces? An invisible teeth straightening solution will help to quickly straighten your teeth in less time.

Misaligned and crooked teeth can lead to issues with biting, chewing, and jaw pain as well as difficulty fully cleaning hard to reach areas, leading to tooth decay and periodontal disease.

Invisalign address all these concerns, with the convenience of being unnoticeable and easy to maintain. Say bye to metal braces and Hi to straight teeth!

Teeth Whitening

Having stained, discolored teeth can be a challenge, especially when it comes to your confidence in your smile. Brushing your teeth can help you to remove surface-level stains, but stains that exist deeper within the tooth would need a deeper treatment.

Tooth discoloration is a perfectly normal part of life.

Nearly 80% of adults wish they had whiter teeth to boost their self-confidence. With both take home and in-office whitening kits, it has never been so easy and convenient to achieve the whiter and brighter smile you have always wanted. Call in today to book your appointment today!

Crowns & Bridges

If you’ve lost one or more teeth due to accident, injury, or disease, a permanent bridge is a great solution to restore your smile. A bridge fills the gap caused by your missing tooth and can also prevent repositioning of remaining teeth which is beneficial for the health of your surrounding teeth.
Dental crowns restore the structure, strength, and function to a tooth that’s suffered from damage or severe decay. Crowns are also used as the final step of a root canal or dental implant procedure. Our expertly designed dental crown will protect your tooth from future damage.

Root Canal

Many factors contributes to tooth pain which causes anxiety, the number one sign you need a root canal is having severe tooth pain. Especially having tooth pain when eating/biting down on food. Or having pain and sensitivity with hot or cold foods and drinks.

Root canals are a procedure designed to save the tooth by removing the infection from the root of the tooth, cleaning and shaping the inside of the root canal, then filling and sealing the space. Afterward, we will place a crown on the tooth to protect and restore it to its original function.

Dental Cleaning

We recommend patients to visit us at least every 6 months for a cleaning and examination. We view these check-ups as an opportunity to make sure our patient’s oral health is optimal, we also look for signs of oral cancer, evaluate supporting bone structure, and assess your current dental state.


Have you always wanted to improve your smile ? Do you have a variety of issues that you feel like are beyond repair? A set of high quality, porcelain veneers is the solution you need. Veneers are extremely thin, custom-made shells designed to cover the front surface of teeth improving the appearance of your smile.


Are missing teeth affecting your life and your health? Dentures are a biocompatible option is available for replacing missing or damaged teeth, so you can smile, eat, and talk with confidence.
Some patients use dentures as a permanent solution while others wear them temporarily while deciding on a more permanent solution. With our well fitted dentures your teeth will look and function like real teeth, you will be able to live with youthful confidence again.

Extraction and Fillings

While we strive to save natural teeth as much as possible, sometimes a patient will require an extraction. This is a dental procedure where the affected tooth is completely removed from its socket. You may have heard this being referred to as “pulling” a tooth.

Fillings on the other hand are a standard procedure when a tooth is either broken or is decayed. The process can be quick and painless, with several options available depending on your specific situation.

Why work with us?


We want all our patient to have access to the best treatment in a comfortable and safe environment.


We want all our patient to have access to the best treatment in a comfortable and safe environment with the best and advanced technology available.


We accept insurance payments directly from the insurance companies. Lets us make it easy for you.




Your FAQs are important to us, do contact us if you have more questions
What's the difference between the bleaching I can do at home with a kit from the store and the bleaching that my dentist does?
Our dentists use whitening products that are stronger than take home kits, and our team will ensure they are applied correctly and help avoid side effects that take home kits have. Our dentists are trained to spot and treat the side effects that patients sometimes report during bleaching. In addition, dentists may supply custom-made trays.
When should I take my child to the dentist for the first time?
The key is to start young so your child is used to daily oral care and is used to going to a dental office. The CDA encourages parents to bring their children for the first time to see a dentist, within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age.
I would like to whiten my teeth, what are my options?

Teeth whitening options depend on the source of the staining on your teeth. Take home and in office whitening kits can have great results depending on the source, book a consultation with our team to determine the right solution for you.

I have sensitive teeth. What can I do?
Depending on the source of your teeth sensitivity our dental experts may suggest desensitizing toothpaste, fluoride treatment, or bonding. Exposed surfaces can be treated with bonding resin applied to the sensitive root surface.