What We Offer

We are a full service facility capable of advising our patients on all aspects of dental care. Most services are offered in our office, and we provide referrals to highly trained specialists for those services we do not offer, including referrals for orthodontics and periodontal therapy.

What We Don’t Offer
In dentistry there are many “fad” treatments that may be offered or advertised by other practices in our area. It is the goal of Webb Dentistry to provide only those services that are well documented and researched by reputable sources. Be sure to ask us about anything you have seen. We may already offer the treatment, or it may be something of questionable efficacy or safety. We are committed to only recommending treatment we believe will be beneficial to you the patient. Some cosmetic procedures may be damaging to your overall oral health, and we may choose not to perform them.

Dr. Brenden Webb is committed to offering the best treatment available to each individual patient. There's a factor that must be considered when arriving at that best treatment. Before any work is done, they consider all the dental, cosmetic, and financial concerns for every patient. Some of the services Webb Dentistry is proud to offer for the entire family are:

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Cavities can develop in your teeth at any age, which is why good oral hygiene is essential for everyone. When cavities do appear, our dentists will recommend fillings to prevent further damage.

dental bridges


Nearly everyone who has one or more missing teeth is a candidate for a dental bridge. However, the difference between proper and improper oral hygiene is, generally, what determines the success of the dental bridge.



Tooth extraction procedures today are vastly less painful than ever before, thanks to the powerful anesthetics. In many cases, a patient who has a tooth pulled experiences little or no discomfort, and only minor bleeding. 



A biopsy is a screening procedure used to determine your risk of serious illness. It’s a  procedure that involves your dentist removing a small amount of suspicious tissue from your mouth. After acquiring a sample, your dentist sends it to a pathologist for further analysis.

dental crown


it's always preferable to leave a tooth in the mouth rather than pull it out. Even under the care of a doctor, a missing tooth can have long-term consequences for your oral health. 

dental partial


Partial dentures, also called partials, are artificial replacement teeth that restore a few missing teeth in a patient's mouth. The surrounding tissues in the oral cavity support dentures. Partials replace a few missing teeth in your mouth.

root canal


Root canals or Root canal therapy, also known as endodontic therapy, is the area of dentistry dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the dental pulp. Endodontic therapy (root canal) is a treatment modality that will save diseased or injured teeth. 

dental bleach


It always depends on the health of your mouth as well as your goals for your appearance. Your best bet is to make an appointment with a dentist and begin exploring your options after receiving an examination.



People rely on dentures to chew, speak properly and have a great-looking smile. Spending days without them is difficult. and we understand how important it is to have functional dentures at all times.

cosmetic dentistry


Our goal is to provide you with a cosmetic dentistry experience that can enhance your quality of life in the most convenient way possible. Our preventive dental services are designed to extend the life of your teeth and dental health as a whole. 

d venners


Teeth discolor naturally. But for some, the level of teeth discoloration becomes a source of embarrassment. Veneers are thin tooth-colored shells that bond over your real teeth. 



Dental implants are a common dental procedure known for treating tooth loss as a result of tooth decay or gingivitis.  There are many benefits to choosing the dental implant method for your dental repairs and restoration.

night guard


Night Guards are dental appliances that can be recommended for a variety of oral health issues, night guards are effective methods for preventing damage to your jaw, teeth, and overall oral health. Mouthguards tend to be more affordable. 

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