Keep your smile beautiful and healthy!

Whatever your dental needs, the team at Masci & Hale Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry can help you improve the look and function of your teeth.

We’re often asked: How often should I see my dentist? The short answer is every six months for preventative services, and whenever you have a concern about your oral health. You may have a clear signal, such as a toothache or bleeding gums, that something in your mouth needs attention.

Keeping up with the recommended schedule of preventive treatment and practicing effective oral hygiene at home are excellent ways to prevent dental disease, and keep your smile looking bright and healthy for the rest of your life.


Dental Check Up & Cleaning

To keep teeth and gums healthy, you should have a regular dental visit at least twice a year or as recommended by your dental professional. There are two parts to a regular dental visit — the check up, or examination, and the cleaning. Your check up gives us an opportunity to update your dental records and assess your oral health. Your teeth will also be professionally cleaned during your visit to remove any plaque and tartar buildup.

Dental Fillings

A small cavity left untreated, can grow to destroy an entire tooth. Unlike our skin, teeth don’t heal naturally. Only professional dental care can correct your cavities and return you to optimal oral health. Surface cavities often don’t require anesthesia, but the team at Masci & Hale will make sure you’re comfortable during treatment.

Onlays, Crowns, Bridges

When teeth are missing or damaged, regain a healthy smile with onlays, crowns and bridges. Dental crowns and bridges effectively fill gaps created by lost teeth, protect damaged teeth, and restore a healthy bite. They are both natural-looking and functional. Both create the look of continuous, natural teeth and are designed to withstand the intense pressures of chewing food.

Dentures & Partials

Restore a youthful smile and enjoy life again with dentures and partials. Today’s dentures are easier to keep in place and are designed using strong, natural looking materials. Whether you have extensive tooth loss or are missing a few teeth in a row, our dentist will work with you to restore strength, stability and beauty to a row of teeth, improving your ability to speak clearly and chew foods.


In some cases, extracting a tooth is the best treatment option to reduce crowding, prepare for dentures, or eliminate a dead or dying tooth. Your dentist will administer analgesic to keep you comfortable throughout your procedure and will then carefully remove all parts of the tooth or teeth scheduled for extraction.

xray of root canal

Root Canals

A root canal is a common procedure that can often be completed in one visit. Inside every tooth, canals house the pulp (nerve) that sustains the tooth’s life. A deep cavity or crack can compromise the pulp and cause infection or inflammation which causes the tooth begins to ache from internal pressure. During a root canal, the infection or inflammation will be removed from the canals of the tooth. Our team ensures that your comfort will be maintained throughout treatment.

Sleep Apnea Relief

Loud, harsh breathing sounds during sleep may be a warning sign of a serious medical condition. If you snore loudly, feel tired and irritable during the day, wake frequently at night, or have morning headaches, then you may be at risk for sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that needs to be treated. Talk to the caring dentists at Masci & Hale about the risks and treatments for sleep apnea.

Teeth Grinding Relief

Teeth grinding is not just a bad habit. It is a medical condition called bruxism with potentially serious consequences to your teeth, jaw, and sense of well-being. The good news is there are ways to safeguard your bite and reduce the urge to clench your teeth during the day or night. It’s important to protect your teeth. Talk to us about solutions for teeth grinding, including comfortable, custom-fit mouth guards, to strengthen and improve your bite.