Dental fillings are most commonly used to treat cavities, but they can also repair chipped or cracked teeth, and seal a tooth after a root canal. We use a composite resin material for our fillings so that we can match the filling to the color of your other teeth. With subtle, tooth-colored fillings we can improve your smile’s health without sacrificing its appearance.
Dental crowns serve as both a restorative solution and as a cosmetic treatment. They can correct cracks and chips, support a weakened or decayed tooth, and even cover up tooth discoloration. Crowns are also used to provide additional strength to a tooth after root canal therapy, and to help secure a dental bridge in place. We carefully match the color and shape of your crown to your existing teeth.
Bridges are an oral appliance that “bridges” the gap in your smile. If you’re missing one tooth or multiple teeth in a row, bridges could be the perfect tooth replacement option for you. We bond the bridge to your existing teeth on either side of the gap. When the bridge is in place, the false teeth will fill in the space.
If you’re missing all of your teeth on your top or bottom arch (or need to have all of those teeth removed for health reasons), we can replace them with full dentures. Full dentures are custom-designed false teeth on a gum-colored base. They rest snugly on your gums and give you a beautiful, natural-looking smile. With advancements in dentistry, dentures are more comfortable and reliable than ever before.
Partial dentures are for those who are missing teeth but still have some healthy teeth remaining. They consist of a frame with artificial teeth that snaps onto the natural teeth on either side of the space. We design your partial denture so that it blends in seamlessly with your smile for a natural and attractive appearance.
Our top priority is to protect and save your natural teeth, but some situations may call for a tooth extraction in order to preserve your oral health. These situations could include severe decay, dental disease, or mouth trauma. During the procedure, we apply local anesthesia to reduce your discomfort. After a dental extraction, we can also discuss the tooth replacement options available to you.