We provide restorative dentistry to keep your oral health at its highest level. The goal of restorative dentistry is to restore all of your teeth to their best appearance and function. Whether you are missing teeth or have damaged or weak teeth, restorative dentistry can improve your smile.
Restorative dentistry is the treatment and repair of damaged teeth. Restoration also includes the replacement of missing teeth with dental implants, bridges, and dentures. All of our replacement teeth, including dentures, are made to look and feel like natural teeth.
Are you missing teeth? Do you have a tooth that is cracked or chipped? Is one of your teeth weak from damage or decay? Restorative dentistry can save the day with crowns, bridges, dentures, and more.
Dental Crowns and Bridges
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped appliance that covers the entire portion of the tooth above the gumline. If your tooth has been damaged by decay, disease, or breakage, a dental crown can repair the tooth. A dental crown will restore the tooth’s proper size, shape, and function.
A dental bridge is an appliance used to replace missing teeth. It consists of an artificial tooth that is anchored by two dental crowns. The crowns are bonded to the two teeth on either side of a gap where you are missing teeth.
If you want replacement teeth that act just like real teeth do, dental implants may be the solution you are looking for. Dental implants are small titanium rods that work just like tooth roots, giving you a fully functional smile again.
Dental implants will stimulate the jawbone, which will preserve it from deteriorating in the future. They will anchor your replacement teeth so that the implants will never shift or slide while you talk, chew, or laugh.
Our beautiful dentures are a great option for those who need several replacement teeth. We will provide you with a denture that is made to fit you comfortably. Our dentures look natural and attractive when worn.
We offer a few denture options including traditional dentures and implant dentures. Traditional dentures form a seal with the gums, and implant dentures are attached to a few dental implants. Implant dentures can be either fixed or removable.