The goal of our restorative care is to eliminate oral disease. Our focus is giving you functional, healthy teeth.
We provide restoration of tooth structure with metal, porcelain or resin materials. We will take care of you and your family's cavities by using the most current technology available for fillings.
A crown is a tooth-shaped 'cap' that is placed over a tooth to restore a tooth's shape, size and strength. The appearance is also improved. Crowns are usually placed if a filling would be too large and would make a tooth more vulenerable to fracture. They are also used after a root canal treatment to prevent fracture to the remaining tooth.
When you are missing teeth, a bridge replaces one or more missing teeth by placing crowns on either side of the space and connecting them with artificial teeth. A bridge is cemented in place and is not removable.
After an implant is placed and properly healed, an abutment and implant crown is made to complete the restoration and produce a fully functional 'tooth.'
When a tooth is beyond repair, tooth extraction helps to sustain and preserve the health of your gums and bone. A failed tooth can be caused by an unsuccessful root canal, periodontal disease or extensive tooth decay, in which case an extraction can bring relief.
Similar to a Bridge but removable and less expensive, a partial denture replaces one or more missing teeth.
This is a removable appliance that replaces all of a patient's teeth.