Dental Implants

Many people are now rediscovering a natural smile. In the past, dentures were the only solution to restoring teeth. Instead of uncomfortable, removable dentures, dental implants are permanent and firmly implanted in the jaw. They can be used to support a crown or dental cosmetics and are not distinguishable from the other teeth in the mouth.    READ MORE

Sedation FAQS

At Fluegge Dental Studio our goal is to take the fear and anxiety out of dentistry while providing you with the highest quality of care in our state-of-the-art facility. We are proud to offer only the most painless techniques with your comfort as our number one concern. Our office provides several types of sedation for dental treatment.   READ MORE

Teeth Whitening

Whether you want your teeth whiter right now or over a few nights while you sleep, Zoom! is your answer. The Zoom! In-Office Teeth Whitening System uses proprietary technology to whiten your teeth an average of eight shades in a little over an hour while you relax at Fluegge Dental Studio.    READ MORE

Sleep Apnea

Dr. Fluegge offers a fast, simple and cost effective alternative for the diagnosis and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. After identification of appropriate candidates for testing through a validated OSA risk questionnaire, home sleep testing equipment is provided to the patient. Our home sleep testing devices have been validated to be as effective as in-lab sleep studies, yet with the convenience and simplicity of being performed in the comfort of the patients home at a fraction of the cost.

For more detailed information visit

Cosmetic Dentistry

Porcelain or Composite Veneers

This effective cosmetic procedure involves bonding a thin layer of porcelain or composite to the prepared tooth surface. Veneers can make teeth look whiter, straighter and more evenly spaced, often in only one session. Veneers can often correct problems that otherwise would necessitate braces. Veneers are a wonderful way to achieve the smile you have always dreamed of.

Porcelain Crowns

The affected tooth is reshaped so that it can be augmented by a natural-looking synthetic material, porcelain. There are many types of porcelains, each with its unique strengths and weaknesses. Dr. Fluegge believes that crowns should be a last resort for teeth and prefers to try other alternatives first.

Composite Bonding

A tooth colored composite resin can be used to repair many blemishes. Fractures, chips, excessive wear, and gaps can usually be corrected in just one appointment. Composite resins are also used to fill cavities while maintaining a more natural and beautiful look than traditional silver fillings.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Made of a composite resin material instead of the traditional silver amalgam fillings, these fillings are superior to silver amalgam in nearly all aspects. Composite or "white" fillings have a much better "bond" to the tooth structure than do silver fillings. Composite fillings literally enable dentists to avoid placing crowns on teeth that would have otherwise fractured. The composite fillings rarely, if ever, have sensitivity to hot or cold after being placed. They do not contain mercury,copper, tin or zinc. Finally, they are beautiful and mimic the look of a natural tooth! These fillings are the material of choice for the modern dentist.

Esthetic Recontouring

For patients with fractured or chipped teeth, or smiles with an "uneven" look, there is esthetic or cosmetic recontouring. This is a process where we reshape the front teeth to give them a more even or balanced appearance resulting in a younger looking and more beautiful smile.