Protect Your Teeth for a Healthy Smile
There are few things in life more important than a healthy smile. Your smile is often the first thing people notice about you, and one of the last things they remember. If your smile is impacted by damaged or missing teeth, we offer a variety of treatments that can restore health and beauty to your smile.
Crowns and Fillings
If your tooth has been irreparably damaged by trauma or decay, we can restore it with a natural-looking dental crown. Our crowns are custom-made from durable porcelain to look and function like your natural teeth.
If you have a cavity or untreated tooth decay, we also offer tooth-colored fillings to repair damaged areas of your tooth and protect it from further deterioration. This also prevents the decay from spreading to your other teeth.
Dental implants offer a permanent solution for missing teeth. They’re natural-looking, extremely durable, and anchored to your jaw for unmatched stability. Thanks to the process of osseointegration, in which your implant fixture fuses with your jawbone, dental implants also stimulate healthy bone growth. This protects you from gum disease, shifting teeth, and other issues.
Dentures and Partials
Dentures have been a popular option for many years, thanks to their short treatment time and affordability. Our dentures are customized to match the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth for a stunning appearance. To maintain your dentures, you’ll have to remove them every night and soak them in a cleaning solution.
Depending on your needs, we offer partial and full dentures that can restore up to a full arch of teeth. For greater stability and long-term health, we also feature implant-supported dentures.
If you’re missing adjacent teeth, the best treatment option is often a fixed bridge. A bridge consists of three crowns, with the outer crowns supporting the one in the middle. This means we’ll need to file down your teeth surrounding the gap, but the crowns will cover these teeth so no one will know the difference. Our fixed bridges are attractive, durable, and easy to maintain.
Inlays and Onlays
If your tooth is too damaged for a filling, but not so impaired that it requires a dental crown, inlays and onlays offer a perfect middle ground. Onlays are used to repair broken ridges on your tooth, known as cusps, while inlays can repair your tooth surface in between the cusps.