The goal of restorative dentistry is to restore the natural strength and appearance of teeth.
If you have several missing teeth, we can help you explore your tooth replacement options. Click on the links below to learn more.
Our Restorative Dental Services:
If you’ve recently lost a tooth, our dentists may recommend a dental bridge to restore your smile. Like the name suggests, a dental bridge “bridges” the gap in your smile left by a missing tooth. To learn if you’re a candidate for a tooth bridge, call our office today to schedule your appointment.
Dentures are removable false teeth that help you eat and smile with confidence after tooth loss. Whether you need new dentures or want to replace worn dentures, we can customize both complete and partial dentures.
A dental bridge is a custom-made prosthetic device used to replace missing teeth by anchoring artificial teeth to adjacent natural teeth or implants. It restores proper chewing function and prevents teeth from shifting.
Permanent dentures are anchored by dental implants embedded deep in your jawbone. If you’re interested in replacing missing teeth with implant supported dentures, call today to schedule an appointment with one of our dentists. We can help you explore your tooth replacement options.
If you don’t want to wait months for a beautiful smile, our dentists may recommend mini dental implants to replace missing teeth. Unlike regular dental implants, mini implants only take one appointment to place.
Never ignore a toothache. The sooner you seek emergency dental care, the more likely we’ll be able to save your tooth and avoid extraction. Our emergency dentists do everything in their power to save your smile after a tooth abscess, including root canal therapy.
Our dentists always do their best to preserve as much natural tooth structure as possible. We offer inlays and onlays to treat mild to moderate tooth decay, as well as repair cracked teeth. A dental inlay or onlay only restores the part of the tooth that’s decayed or cracked.
Our dentists do everything in their power to save a tooth. However, sometimes we’ll need to extract a tooth as a last resort to protect your oral health. Before emergency tooth extraction, we’ll take x-rays to determine the best method for pulling teeth.