Tooth Colored Fillings
A filling is essential to prevent tooth decay and restore your bite to full health. But no one likes unsightly metal fillings, either. Tooth-colored fillings give you the health benefits of regular fillings while keeping your smile cosmetically on-point. Think of it as a way to “camouflage” the dental work you’re having done.
Porcelain Inlays / Porcelain Onlays
These can be used to repair chipped or damaged teeth with extensive decay. The amount of damage to the tooth may impact whether you get inlays or onlays. A porcelain inlay fits into the space in the tooth, while an onlay can expand over the outer edges of the tooth. Both have the same goal: giving you the strength of bite necessary to continue your life as normal.
A dental crown also called a “cap” is used when a single tooth is no longer able to sustain on its own due to severe damage. A bridge, on the other hand, fills in the gaps of missing teeth if healthier teeth exist on both sides. A dental bridge helps maintain the alignment of surrounding teeth, preventing them from shifting or becoming misaligned. But both treatments have the same goal: restoring a healthy smile and giving strength to a bite that may be lacking.
Dentures & Partials
Dentures and partials help to support facial structure by preventing a sunken-in look that can occur when multiple teeth are missing. These options are often a cost-effective way to restore your smile back to full function while building confidence and self-esteem. The security you’ll find with dentures and partials will have you back to living a normal life and eating the foods you enjoy.
The interior “pulp” of a tooth is often in need of treatment to save the tooth. Endodontic treatment and root canals are the standard of care to get to the root of the underlying issue. This procedure can help you stave off infection, get relief from interior tooth pain, and ultimately restore your tooth back to health. Endodontic interventions can be the most relief you get in all of dentistry.
You may have issues that require a surgical intervention to prolong your oral health. In that case, oral surgery can give you back so much of your life. Whether it be periodontal surgery or extraction of a tooth, we’ll make sure you have everything you need to feel comfortable throughout the process, including a thorough plan with accurate imaging of your mouth, appropriate sedation for your procedure, and clear expectations set from the beginning.