Don’t suffer in silence with broken, cracked, or missing teeth. Our office provides patients with excellent restorative dentistry options to fix any gaps or cracks in a smile. We want you to have confidence in your smile. Let us help you gain that confidence! We offer restorative dentistry techniques designed to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted, including dental implants, bridges, crowns, and fillings.
We offer dental implants as a way to replace individual missing teeth. Missing teeth can increase your chances for infection or gum disease as well as bone recession. Getting an implant is an excellent way to maintain good oral health and correct any imperfections caused by gaps in your smile.
Our implants are carefully and securely attached to the jaw, permanently anchoring them in place, where they will enhance your smile.
If you are missing multiple teeth in a row, dental bridges are an excellent way to fill in those gaps and restore your smile. A dental bridge is used to replace multiple teeth in a row, attaching to the teeth or implants on either side—thus, “bridging” the gap.
Missing multiple teeth is bad for oral health. Dental bridges fill gaps, prevent shifting, and allow patients to chew and speak properly.
Dental crowns are a common restorative dental procedure. When a cavity threatens the health of a tooth, a dental crown can be placed over the top of the tooth to prevent decay.
Dental crowns are also used to protect cracked or broken teeth. At our office, we will make a mold of your tooth and fit the crown based on that mold. The crown will be secured using unique and powerful dental resin. Dental crowns are often also used after a root canal procedure.
We use dental fillings at our office to keep your teeth looking and feeling healthy. Cracked teeth can lead to many painful health problems, but thanks to dental fillings, patients don’t have to experience that pain for very long.
Dental fillings are used to restore the function and integrity of damaged teeth. The filling material we use to fill cracks in teeth is strong and durable, allowing you to eat, laugh, and talk without experiencing pain.
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