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Shauna Gilmore, DDS

Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

"Enhancing Smiles - Enhancing Lives"

State Of The Art Dentistry

We use the highest-quality dental materials and techniques for our patients. Our cutting-edge technology aids in early detection of bacteria, periodontal disease, tooth decay, and oral cancer.

OralDNA LabsWith a non-invasive oral rinse, your dentist can identify not only causes of periodontal disease but your individual risk factor for infection including the cancer-related human papilloma virus.

  • Non-invasive oral rinse
  • Identify the cause of periodontal disease
  • Determine risk factor for severe periodontal infection
  • Determine risk factor for HPV related oral cancer

The Suite Tooth™

Suite ToothDr. Shauna Gilmore is using her expertise and knowledge to assist other dental professionals in creating Repeatable Excellence (SM - service mark of Suite Tooth) for their patients. She has developed Suite Tooth™ as the vehicle to share her passion to improve dental care for patients and dental teams thoughout the world. Dr. Shauna has written a book, Repeatable Excellence℠, two dental manuals, COS Procedures℠ and COS in Action℠, and has developed a fully-customizable internet application to assist dental professionals in simplifying clinical procedures, Procedures Simplified℠.

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Painless Oral Cancer Screening

VELscopeVELscope makes use of blue-spectrum light causing oral tissue to fluoresce. This technology allows us to clearly identify normal healthy tissue from abnormalities much earlier than was previously possible.

Spectra Caries Detector

Spectra Caries Detector

Using a combination of fluorescent light and imaging software similar to Doppler radar, the Spectra identifies the early presence of tooth decay (cavities). This early detection is invaluable to remove decay in the most conservative way and detect decay hidden between the margins of existing composite, amalgam and other restorations.



Protandim is a daily dietary supplement that combats oxidative stress through Nrf2 activation. This Nrf2 activation communicates with cells, instructing them to do what they're already designed to do: up-regulate "survival genes," genes that enable cells to survive in the face of stress from free radicals and other oxidants, and down-regulate other genes that promote inflammation and fibrosis to help the body function at an optimal level.