We care for ALL smiles, BIG and small!                                   

Family or “general” dentistry is at the heart (or tooth!) of everything we do. From cleanings, to exams, to sealants, to dentures, to implants, to smile design, and now even Botox® and dermal fillers, (and everything in between). All dentists are trained as general or family practitioners, with the ability to diagnose and treat a plethora of oral issues. Further, all dentists have at least some training in each of the recognized specialty areas which include: endodontics (root canals), periodontics (gums and underlying bony structures), pedodontics (children), orthodontics, oral surgery, prosthodontics (oral prosthetics ie dentures), and TMJ, TMD and facial pain. For additional information or further descriptions of each of the specialty areas, please visit the American Dental Association web site: Click on the "public resources" tab, then go to the "oral health topics" section. 

Often, general dentists have areas of special interests, education, and considerable experience within the specialty areas, as well as within areas that are not considered specialties such as sleep disorders (ie. snoring and sleep apnea), laser dentistry, and all facets of advanced cosmetic dentistry. Each of these areas require a considerable amount of education, knowledge, experience, and expertise. Dr. Sudit has several such interests and feels very strongly about practicing within the scope of his training, skills, capabilities, and expertise. Dr. Sudit has completed hundreds of hours in continuing education and has special interests in a number of different areas which include: advanced cosmetic dentistry, children's dentistry, orthodontics (straightwire and Invisalign®), endotontics, TMJ and facial pain, and facial rejuvenation (Botox® and a variety of dermal fillers).

Dr. Sudit makes referrals to numerous specialists on a regular basis when he feels it is in the best interest and care of the patient. As a general dentist, Dr. Sudit often uses his knowledge and experience within some of the specialty areas, to knowledgeably, adequately and accurately consult with the specialists and help patients make informed and sound decisions with regard to their oral health care needs.

Please refer to our FAQS page for additional information as well as the American Dental Association ( 


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