We live and work by a high standard of integrity, always doing our best to deliver a fun, comfortable and high-quality dental experience for you and your family.
Dr. Durusky never settles for less than the best when it comes to your oral health care. He and his team are true professionals and skilled at the services they provide. We consistently deliver thorough, high-quality care to ensure lasting results for you and your family. We want to be worthy of your trust, and it shows.
We know much of your confidence during your visit comes from our communication with you. Our knowledgeable team will take the time to explain treatment options in a way that is easy to understand, and we will answer any questions you might have. You will feel empowered and comfortable in your oral health decisions.
Because you truly matter to us, we invest in the latest dental techniques and technologies. Our advanced technologies include top-of-the-line radiograph equipment, 3D scanners, electric handpieces and intraoral cameras, to name a few. We know that leading-edge dentistry allows us to provide more accurate care and higher-quality results, and we will continue to invest in it with you in mind.
We strive to be known as the practice that can be counted on for integrity. With our constant commitment to excellence, we can proudly stand behind the work we do for you and your family. As we go over your treatment options, we will give honest recommendations and always keep your best interests in mind. We will never suggest a treatment we wouldn’t do for ourselves or our family. You can trust that you are in good hands here.
Your level of comfort during your visit matters to us. Between numerous sedation options and a gentle chairside manner, we help you feel at ease. Most importantly, we take the time to listen. Meeting your needs, wants and desires is our number one goal.
Our caring doctor is kind, gentle and fun! Dr. Durusky is very personable, getting to know patients on an individual level, and has a special gift for helping patients feel at home. His positive attitude and caring nature creates a welcoming environment in our office that we know you’ll love. Beyond that, our friendly team is kind, compassionate and committed to serving you. We look forward to getting to know you through the years.
Questions our Dental Patients Ask
Scaling & Root Planing
Scaling and root planing is often suggested for individuals who are suffering from periodontal disease. Periodontal disease refers to disease that presents in the gums, which can involve issues with gums that are bleeding or inflamed. If left untreated long enough periodontal disease can result in the deterioration of the jawbone and eventual loss of the tooth.
Dental bridges are often suggested for individuals who are missing one or more teeth, or who have a gap that is causing other teeth to become loose. Having a missing tooth or missing teeth can often result in people feeling self-conscious about their smile. For patients who are missing teeth and struggling with these feelings, dental bridges may provide the solution you are looking for.
Dental crowns are often suggested for individuals who are interested in improving issues related to decay or damage. Crowns can also be used for a variety of reasons, including correcting cosmetic issues such as chipped or broken teeth or discoloration, to support a dental bridge, or in conjunction with a root canal to protect the tooth that is restored.
At Cornerstone Family Dentistry, we are committed to serving our patients at every stage in their life. When it comes to the oral care of you and your family, we understand the importance of providing specialized care for your unique needs. Our experienced staff have the skills necessary to provide oral care that is inclusive of all ages and covers a range of oral health needs.
Mouth & Night Guards
Mouth Guards and Night Guards are dental appliances that can be recommended for a variety of oral health issues, the most common being for patients who are suffering with TMJ/TMD or Bruxism (teeth grinding).
There are a range of surgical and non-surgical periodontal therapy options available that can effectively reverse the impact of gum disease and reduce the likelihood of tooth loss, prevent the need for tooth extractions, or reduce the need for dental bone grafts. Additionally, there are several treatment options available
Although preserving your natural teeth is our primary goal, there are times when a tooth extraction is in the best interests of our patients. Tooth extraction may be recommended to address a variety of issues, such as periodontal disease, tooth decay that has progressed to extreme degrees, or a tooth that is irreparably broken.
Dental fillings are often suggested for individuals with tooth decay. Fillings can be made from a variety of materials, but all fillings serve the same purpose of filling holes that have developed in your mouth, either due to decay or because of fractures.
Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy is often suggested for individuals who have developed an infected pulp. The pulp can become infected if a serious cavity has developed or due to trauma and/or a crack in the tooth. If the pulp is damaged, bacteria multiplies in the pulp chamber, which can result in an infection that can cause an abscess to develop. This infection can also cause swelling in the head, neck, and face.
Cosmetic Dentistry can be a wonderful option for patients who are looking for a long-term solution for improving the health and aesthetic appearance of their smile. Cosmetic dental procedures can also have a tremendous impact on people’s sense of self-worth and confidence in the world.
Full & Partial Dentures
Full or partial dentures are often suggested for individuals who are missing portions or all of their teeth. Patients who are missing some or all of their teeth can often develop feelings of self-consciousness about their smile. For patients struggling with these feelings, full or partial dentures may provide the solution you are looking for.
Invisalign is a popular alternative orthodontic treatment to traditional wire and bracket braces. Because they are made of clear, flexible plastic, Invisalign is an especially popular treatment option for clients who are concerned about the aesthetic appearance of their orthodontic support.
Teeth Whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatment options for people who feel self-conscious about their smile because of discolored teeth. Discoloration can be caused by a variety of factors, including stains caused by nicotine use, discoloration from certain foods or drinks, or because of poor oral hygiene habits. Discoloration can also be caused by certain prescription medications or patients with Fluorosis.
Porcelain Veneers are often suggested for individuals who are interested in correcting cosmetic issues such as chipped or broken teeth, discoloration, crowding, or tooth spacing. Although porcelain veneers are more costly than alternative treatments, such as dental bonding. Veneers are also much more durable and are not susceptible to staining the way bonding is. Veneers can last up to twenty years if properly cared for, whereas bonding will generally only last three to five years.
Every year, almost 50 million Americans experience tooth-loss. Dentures have historically been the best option for individuals in this situation, however there have been recent innovations regarding different types of dental implants. Dental implants are a common procedure that is performed for individuals who have a missing tooth or teeth.
Emergency care can be required due to an untreated oral health issue that has progressed to the point of being unbearable. To avoid this situation, it is important to practice good oral hygiene habits and schedule a regular dental cleaning every six months, as doing so will allow your dentist to address problems before they develop.
Sleep Apnea Therapy
According to the National Sleep Foundation, approximately 18 million Americans struggle with sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can develop for a variety of reasons, but the most common causes are due to the muscles in the throat becoming weakened, the jaw being too small, or the tongue being too large, all of which can result in obstructions to the airway.