In order to help our patients enjoy optimal oral health, we have a number of treatment options available. We also employ advanced technology, such as laser dentistry, to offer precision and accuracy when treating common oral health concerns. How do we treat oral health issues with dental lasers?
Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry
When you lose a single tooth, we may recommend a dental bridge. But what happens when you lose several teeth, or even the vast majority of them? In these situations, you may benefit from a more substantial tooth loss solution, such as a full or partial denture.
We often urge patients with missing teeth to consider a replacement option. Addressing tooth loss early can help protect the appearance and stability of your smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the benefits of dental implants and what we look for in a qualifying candidate. Are you ready to try dental implants?
When you come to us with a damaged tooth, or with advanced decay or infection, then you need a restoration to prevent tooth loss and safeguard your oral health. Often, we can repair major damage with a dental crown. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at frequently asked questions about dental crowns.
For years, a filling meant receiving a metal restoration that repaired tooth decay, but stood against the rest of your tooth. Now, we can provide a more lifelike alternative using a metal-free material. What is a composite resin filling and how does placing one differ from a metal alternative?
While the goal of dentistry is to preserve your natural teeth, occasionally keeping your smile healthy means removing a tooth. Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, may require removal to prevent serious complications. Learn more about this process in today’s quiz!
If your dentist has to place a dental crown on your tooth, their aim is to make sure that tooth is protected, and able to handle normal biting and chewing pressures. With that said, modern restorative dental work can actually have a positive effect on your appearance. Several material types used to construct dental crowns… Read more »
While a bridge can replace between one and three missing teeth, sometimes a patient suffers from more serious cases of adult tooth loss. For those missing most of their teeth, or all of them, a more substantial prosthetic is necessary. What kind of denture does your smile need?
Dental implants are unique and can provide a number of benefits that bridges and dentures simply can’t. They are placed into the jawbone, acting as a new tooth root. They boast a 98% success rate and provide a number of benefits. Would like to learn more about dental implants?
When you’re missing between one and three teeth in a row, we may suggest a very specific dental prosthetic. A bridge can literally bridge the gap, filling it with a lifelike tooth and protecting your smile from the complications related to tooth loss. How do we place a dental bridge?