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I’ve now been going here for a few years and I cannot express how amazing they are! You truly build a relationship with everyone in the office and they make you happy to have a dentist appointment.

Selene M.


This is a wonderful, family-run practice with a friendly, good-natured, accepting vibe. They are very conscious of your pain threshold and do not push any products on you. I had been going regularly for years, then I moved away and stopped going to the dentist at all, and when I returned I had a LOT of work to do. They welcomed me back with no judgement as if I had never left. Now I am thankfully back on track. As a warning, Dr. Laurence is a total pro but he will stop working on your teeth to talk about comic books. Budget in a little extra time if that’s going to be a problem for you. 😉

Benjamin P.


I have always been taken care of in terms of my dental needs here. Everyone working here is friendly and seems happy and it’s a very good experience.

Rachel P.


Christina Mills & Associates
Dr. Brian Laurence

Dental implants take the place of a lost tooth root. These permanent metal screws secure artificial or fake teeth — such as dental crowns, dental bridges or dentures — in place. A dental implant can replace one or more missing teeth.
People who have one or more missing teeth can benefit from dental implants. You might need a dental implant if you have tooth loss due to:
  • Cavities (tooth decay).
  • Tooth root fracture.
  • Bruxism (clenching or grinding your teeth).
  • Gum disease.
  • Facial injury.
  • Congenitally missing teeth (you were born without certain teeth)
A surgeon places a dental implant into your jaw during an oral surgery procedure. Once the implant heals, your dentist can place a crown on top. Depending on your oral health goals, your dentist can restore your implants with crowns, bridges or dentures.
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