Restorative Dentistry Can Save Your Smile

Dental Implants

Dental implants offer the very best support for your bridges, crowns, and dentures. Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically implanted in the jaw, where they become fused to the bone. The dental implant process usually requires two surgeries and a few months of healing, but can offer a lifetime of support for your prosthetic teeth. Since dental implants serve the same function as a tooth root, you can have the peace of mind that your restoration will not slip out of place while eating or speaking.

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Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are a common and often necessary type of tooth restoration. Crowns serve the important function of supporting or replacing severely damaged teeth. Here at Forney Family Dentistry, we can create a customized crown for you in one day using our state-of-the-art technology. We even have a special lounge for patients waiting for their crown. We want your experience to be as relaxing and enjoyable as possible.

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Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening is a procedure that enhances the way a new crown fits in your mouth. Excess gum tissue is removed to expose additional tooth surface, so a crown can be better affixed to the tooth. Crown lengthening is important for both functional and aesthetic reasons. Properly fitting crowns can help you avoid future problems, such as pocketing at the gum line around the crown. Removing excess gum tissue can also give you a more attractive smile.

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Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays are sometimes called partial crowns. They are made of porcelain and augment a tooth after the decayed portion has been removed. Inlays are used inside the cusp tips of the tooth. Onlays are a similar, but more substantial form of reconstruction, with the restoration extending over one or more cusps of teeth. With our innovative E4D™ machine, we can make your restorations in our office. Many of our patients can have their inlays and onlays created and placed in a single, convenient visit.

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Periodontics

Some of the unpleasant symptoms of gum disease include pain, bleeding, sensitivity, and bone and tooth loss. In recent years, gum disease has also been linked to more serious health problems, like heart disease. We want you to live your life as healthfully as possible. We offer customized treatments for patients suffering with periodontal problems. We also work with our patients on preventive measures to make sure your gums stay healthy and strong.

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