Dental implants and implant-supported restorations are considered the best solution to tooth loss. A dental implant is a titanium post designed to replace tooth roots and support a custom crown, bridge, or denture. Implants are embedded in the jawbone for stability and bone tissue retention.
Dental crowns can strengthen decayed or damaged teeth, restoring both function and appearance. When combined with a dental implant, this restoration can also replace a missing tooth. We can craft crowns in-office using CEREC technology and can place your restoration immediately after treatment.
If you are missing teeth, a bridge can fill the gap in your smile. Dental bridges consist of one or more artificial teeth and can be supported by dental crowns or dental implants. Our bridges are custom-crafted from premium materials for long-lasting, natural-looking results.
We offer partial, full, and implant-supported dentures to meet our patients various needs. After significant tooth loss, modern dentures can help you achieve optimal comfort, function, and aesthetics. For the right candidates, we recommend implant-supported dentures for added stability and security.
We use CEREC technology to craft custom inlays and onlays in a single visit. These dental restorations are recommended when a filling does not provide sufficient coverage, but a dental crown is unnecessary. Inlays and onlays are designed to fit snugly in your smile for strength and protection.
To address dental decay, we place composite fillings for a natural look and feel. Unlike metal fillings, tooth-colored fillings are designed to blend seamlessly with your smile. In addition, these restorations are a safer alternative to metal fillings, which contain trace amounts of mercury.
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment designed to restore the health, appearance, and function of a compromised smile. We can combine any number of restorative procedures, including dental implants, dental crowns, and inlays or onlays depending upon your unique needs.
After tooth loss, the jawbone can begin to recede, which can impact your candidacy for dental implants. Fortunately, a bone graft can restore your ability to receive dental implants. Treatment involves rebuilding the jaw using your own bone, donor bone, or synthetic material.
Patients experiencing gum recession can benefit from soft-tissue grafting, a procedure in which gum tissue is grafted from your palate and added to your gum line. This will protect the roots of your teeth from exposure to periodontal disease, as well as improve your appearance.