Restorative dentistry is designed to repair smiles that have been damaged from tooth loss, injury, or decay. By restoring the imperfections in your teeth, you can boost your confidence and feel good behind your smile! From small imperfections to complete smile makeovers, a customized treatment plan will show you the steps towards a restored, more confident smile.
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A dental crown consists of a fixed cap that provides coverage and protection to a damaged tooth. These caps strengthen the teeth, and they can also provide correction to teeth that are misaligned or misshapen. Dental crowns are typically made of gold, porcelain, or ceramic materials.
If you have one or more missing teeth, you may be a good candidate for a dental bridge. There are a variety of bridge styles available. Our dentists can help you with placing traditional bridges, cantilever bridges, single-tooth bridges, partial bridges, and more.
Composite filings are typically used for teeth with small or mid-sized cavities. This type of filling is the same color as your teeth and remains durable while you chew. Once placed, composite fillings can last for many years and will blend in naturally with your smile.
Onlays are placed over the cusp of a tooth that has extensive damage from cavities. They are usually recommended in cases where an old filling needs to be replaced. A dental overlay is a durable appliance that provides coverage for damaged teeth. Many dentists refer to them as “partial crowns.”
Are you feeling self-conscious about your missing teeth? If so, dentures could provide the perfect solution. We offer several options for full and partial dentures that will have you smiling again!
The cost of dentures varies depending on the type you choose. To obtain a more detailed and accurate price, we recommend scheduling an appointment with our office for a denture consultation.
Full dentures are designed to mimic the natural appearance of the teeth and gums. These dentures are typically made out of acrylic resin. Your dentures will be affixed to the mouth via dental implants or adhesives. Depending on the exact nature of your case, your dentures may require a metal framework to stabilize the appliance.
Less invasive than other treatment options, partial dentures are usually made of plastic teeth that are connected to a gum-colored base. Partial dentures are used to replace missing teeth and to correct gaps between the teeth.
If you are in need of a temporary tooth replacement option until your permanent dentures come in, flipper teeth may be a good option for you. These temporary partial dentures are used in cases where there are one or more missing teeth. They are incredibly lightweight and easy to remove.
For most people, immediate dentures consist of two steps. The first step is where our dentists will take an impression of your mouth. You will then be scheduled for a follow-up appointment. This usually take places within 3-4 weeks. At your follow-up visit, our dentist will perform any extractions that are needed and you will be provided with your final dentures. In just a few office visits, your smile can be completely restored!