Body Starts Here
Our patients get a comprehensive evaluation of your smile so we can create a custom dental plan 
that suits your needs.

Includes :
1.  Checkup
2.  X-rays
3.  Comprehensive Assessment to analyze what can cause cavities
4.  Cleaning
What are some preventative measures I can take?

-  Brush with a fluoride toothpaste
-  Use a soft-bristled toothbrush after each meal
-  Floss daily before bedtime
-  Use an oral rinse after flossing
-  Avoid sugary foods, coffee, and tobacco
General Dentistry
When it comes to protecting your smile it pays to have regular checkups.
Our services to protect your smile include :

1.  Checkup
2.  X-rays
3.  Comprehensive Assessment to analyze what can cause cavities
4.  Cleaning
Your Invisalign® clear aligners are custom-made for you. The aligners are virtually invisible and fit snugly over your teeth.

Each aligner shifts your teeth slightly, moving them horizontally and vertically and even rotating them when needed. Your aligners are engineered to use the right amount of force in the right place at the right time.

When you change to the next set of aligners (typically every week) your teeth gradually move into position, following a custom treatment plan mapped out by your doctor.

Only Invisalign® clear aligners are made of proprietary, multi layer Smart Track® material to gently shift your teeth into place.
Why Invisalign®?

1.  Up to 50% faster treatments times
      With weekly aligner changes, you’re on your way to the smile you want even faster.
2.  Proven results
      SmartTrack® material and SmartForce® features are clinically proven to achieve 75% more predictable tooth movement.
3.  Better fit, better comfort
      Aligners made from SmartTrack material are more comfortable, better fitting, and easier to put on and take off.
4.  Effective for a wide variety of cases
      Proprietary SmartForce features and SmartTrack material make Invisalign treatment effective for complex cases. 
      With innovations like these, your doctor can move your teeth more precisely.
5.  Unique feature for teens
      Invisalign clear aligners for teens contain compliance indicators that fade from blue to clear to help gauge wear time.
Dental Implants
At Ohana Dental Groupwe understand how missing teeth can affect your overall lifestyle. While we stand committed to making sure your teeth are always healthy, we realize that sometimes, we cannot save every tooth. Missing teeth can take away the simplest joys in life. It can affect the way you eat, the way you talk, and even prevent you from being able to smile the way you want. In areas where there are missing teeth, your bone will also recede. Neighboring teeth will migrate and drift to the empty spaces causing maligned teeth. Eventually, with the bone receding, it could potentially lead to the neighboring teeth needing to be removed as well. Dental implants have been proven to be the gold standard in terms of replacing missing teeth.

How do Implants Work?

Dental implants are anchored to the bone where the missing tooth used to be. By anchoring to the bone, it prevents the bone from rapidly receding and saving the adjacent teeth. The dental implant itself is basically a large titanium screw that is screwed into the existing bone structure. The implant is coated with a material that promotes integration with the bone, creating a vital interface between the implant and the bone, which prevents the rapid loss of bone. Quite often, the amount of bone in the area is deemed inadequate for the placement of an implant, and a bone graft is often needed to provide the implant with enough bone structure to adhere to.

Following the placement of the implant, the area is left to heal for several months to allow for the bone to integrate with the implant. When healing is complete, an abutment is fabricated and placed on the implant. The abutment sticks out of the implant above the gum level. Following the fabrication of the abutment, the crown can then be made and placed on top of the abutment. With the crown safely screwed on, your missing tooth has been restored!

Why get an Implant with Us?

Our team at Ohana Family Dentistry has had top of the line training in implant surgery. We employ cutting edge technology to make sure you are safe and happy with the restoration of your missing teeth. Our doctors are all trained to be understanding and compassionate, and are experts at providing gentlest care. We perform all our procedures under local anesthesia, therefore removing the headaches of being put to sleep. We are fully confident in our ability to restoring your smile.

This is the most popular method to help your teeth bounce back from minimal decay while also returning them to their full form and function.  Popular filings can be made from silver, porcelain, gold, etc. to fill in small damaged areas.


When decay on your tooth becomes more than a filling can handle, crowns and bridges help return teeth to full form and protect the root from decay.
Crowns cap the top of a tooth.  Bridges will be used to help fill in gaps if teeth are missing.
Orthodontics is a specialist branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis, prevention, and correction of dental and facial irregularities occurring from :

1.  A bad bite or malocclusion
2.  Missing or extra teeth
3.  Misaligned, crooked, or crowded teeth
4.  An overbite or under bite
5.  Misaligned or incorrect jaw position

Most of these issues are corrected using braces, which are made from wires and springs attached to tiny metal plates or a plastic mold. The brace applies gentle force to the teeth and encourages them to adopt a different alignment. Braces will improve the function and general appearance of the teeth.
Teeth Whitening
Dental stains and areas of discoloration on your enamel are never fun to notice, especially when even the most diligent brushing can’t get rid of them. While poor oral health can be a cause of discolored teeth, other factors can lead to stains including age, genetics, some medication, tobacco use,  and radiation / chemotherapy treatment.

Your smile is one of the first things people see when they meet you the first time.  Whiten your smile with our teeth whitening procedure today.