Restorative Dentistry Can Save Your Smile
Dental implants offer the best support for your bridges, crowns, or dentures. These titanium posts are surgically implanted into the jaw, becoming fused to the bone. The dental implant process usually requires two surgeries and a few months of healing but can offer a lifetime of reliable support.
Dental crowns are a common and often necessary type of tooth restoration. Crowns serve the important function of supporting or replacing severely damaged teeth. Using state-of-the-art technology, we can create a customized crown for you in one day and even have a special lounge for patients.
During the crown lengthening procedure, the excess gum tissue is removed to expose additional tooth surface, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits. Properly fitting crowns can help you avoid future problems, such periodontal pockets and can also help create a more flattering smile.
Inlays and onlays are made of porcelain and augment a tooth after the decayed portion has been removed. Inlays are used inside the cusp tips while onlays extend over one or more cusps of the tooth. With our innovative E4D™ machine, we can create restorations in-office, sometimes in a single visit.
Some of the unpleasant symptoms of gum disease include pain, bleeding, sensitivity, bone or tooth loss, and has even been linked to heart disease. We offer customized periodontal treatments to treat various stages of gum disease and encourage preventive measures to protect your teeth and gums.