A Healthy Mouth Promotes a Healthy Body

A great dental plan is a family affair, and the examples a parent sets go a long way in passing healthy habits on to kids. As a father of three, Dr. Brei knows that your children are special and deserve exceptional care. Our staff works together to ensure that you and your children have positive experiences during your dental appointments.

Whether visiting for routine preventative care, or for cosmetic or reconstructive treatments, the comfort, calm, and safety of all our patients, of all ages, is of paramount importance.

General Services

Dr. Brei offers a full array of dental services to help you and your family maintain superior dental health. No matter your goals or care needs, our office can help you achieve your ideal smile. 

  • Comprehensive or Periodic Exam

    A thorough initial dental exam determines baseline oral health. Periodic exams detail changes since the previous exam and document overall oral health.

  • Digital X-Rays

    Full-mouth X-rays are taken every five years to check for disease and dysfunction. If there is decay present, they are taken every three years.

  • Bitewing 1-4

    Taken on an annual basis, these traditional X-rays reveal tooth decay and other oral conditions.

  • Intra-Oral Camera/Pictures

    Precise, true-to-life images are delivered via a small, wand-like camera; these images are an ideal communication tool between the doctors, staff, and you.

  • Adult & Child Cleaning

    Periodic, thorough cleaning of the teeth helps prevent disease.

  • Fluoride – Children

    This procedure seals the surfaces of a child’s teeth to help prevent tooth decay.

  • Crowns and More

    Dental crowns add strength and restore aesthetic beauty to weak, deteriorated, and unsightly teeth, thus protecting and restoring the functionality of existing teeth. Deterioration is a normal process of aging, however, younger patients can also be candidates for crowns if they have cracked, broken, misshaped, or discolored teeth.

  • Implant Crowns

    These porcelain or ceramic replacement teeth are supported by the abutment on an implant.

  • Crown Lengthening

    The procedure exposes a greater amount of tooth structure to allow for prosthetic restoration of the tooth.

  • Crown Buildup

    In preparation for a crown, any hollowed out or broken parts of a tooth must be built up for the crown, which will allow for the preservation of an otherwise irreparable tooth.

  • Gold Crown

    Fully cast from a noble metal, this is a strong fracture-proof crown.

  • Porcelain/Ceramic Crown

    Advanced bonding technology allows for natural-looking crowns on your front teeth. The translucency, vitality, and gloss of all-porcelain crowns can match your existing teeth in color, shape, and size.

  • Sealants/Fillings

    A tooth-colored compound is used to fill a cavity on one or more surfaces of a front tooth, a condition typically caused by tooth decay.

  • Inlay/Onlay

    Similar to crowns, porcelain inlays/onlays provide restoration when a crown or composite filling can’t be used. They last a lifetime and are more durable than traditional composite fillings.

  • Extraction

    When a tooth is no longer able to be saved, extraction may be necessary. In an effort to make the procedure as comfortable as possible, patients are administered a conscious sedation before extraction.