If you need a tooth repaired, you may assume this means multiple visits are in your future. Instead of stressing out about lost work days or other conflicts, just talk to our team! Did you know that using E4D CAD/CAM technology, we can create and place a custom-made dental crown in one visit?
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Do you have issues with the alignment, shade, or shape of your teeth? Do you have unsightly gaps in your smile due to tooth loss? You may assume that your smile is too far gone, but a full mouth reconstruction can allow our team to completely transform your smile.
Cavities are a widespread oral health problem, one that impacts patients of all ages. However, there are very simple steps one can take to strengthen oral health and safeguard smiles against cavities. Let’s take a look at a few ways you can improve your oral health!
For patients with multiple missing teeth, full or partial prosthetics are often necessary to restore their ability to eat and speak without difficulty. We have two different forms available, removable and fixed. What’s the difference and which one will be right for your smile?
A dental bridge helps replace between one and three missing teeth in a row. Typically, they’re held in place with dental crowns. However, we can also support one using implant dentistry. Do you have questions about implant-supported dental bridges?
When a tooth is damaged or decayed, we often address the problem with restorative treatments, such as fillings or a crown. But what happens if the tooth is beyond repair and its presence threatens the rest of your smile? In these situations, we can remove the tooth and protect your oral health. What situations call… Read more »
Few dental procedures are as misunderstood as the root canal. Years of jokes and exaggeration have left people with a very inaccurate idea of what the procedure involves. Instead of a drawn out, painful procedure, most find it comparable to receiving a simple dental filling. In fact, the procedure is often essential for preserving a… Read more »
At one time, a dentist saying you needed a crown meant you had to clear your schedule for two to three visits in order to undergo preparation and placement. You also had to wear a temporary crown in between visits. However, we can now use advanced technology to create and place one same-day!
When a cavity forms, treatment is crucial to avoid serious discomfort, such as toothaches, and to prevent complications that can threaten your tooth’s stability. We can offer a tooth-colored filling to address these concerns while also ensuring your new restoration blends seamlessly with your smile.
Our restorative treatments are designed to repair teeth and correct the damage from common oral health concerns, such as decay or infection. When do you need restorative dentistry? What are signs that your smile requires treatment?