Your teeth work hard everyday. Over time, they experience a lot of wear and tear and can begin to break down. Perhaps the dentistry that you had done years ago is beginning to fail. Our team can provide you with solutions that are designed to function at the highest levels and bring you the peace of mind knowing your dentistry will last a long time.
A crown, also referred to as a cap, is used to entirely cover a damaged tooth. Crowns are used to protect and strengthen teeth that have been weakened by a large filling, fractured, or have had a root canal treatment. A crown can also greatly improve a tooth’s appearance, shape, and alignment.
A bridge is a way to fill a space caused by a missing tooth. It consists of three or more crowns that are cemented into place using the teeth on either side of the space for support, hence the name “bridge”. The bridge replaces missing teeth both cosmetically and functionally.
A filling is needed when a tooth is damaged by decay, or a previous filling has failed. We offer modern, natural-looking white restorations that can strengthen the tooth and seal the tooth from further bacteria entering.
Removable dentures can be an affordable, satisfying way to replace missing teeth. Dentures can now be made to be natural-looking, comfortable, and highly retentive. We can design a denture custom-made for you that won’t slip. Recent technology allows us to anchor dentures so securely that you no longer have to worry about the foods you eat or a denture that slips or shifts. If you are already a denture wearer, we invite you to ask about the procedure that can make your life easier.
In many cases, partial dentures, which are dentures that replace only several teeth, can be made WITHOUT metal clasps or wires. And for minor repairs and relines, we have swift turnaround times so that you can have your teeth without delay.
A Root Canal Therapy is often needed in cases where the tooth is infected, damaged due to caries which has invaded the pulp chamber, or fractured leaving an exposed nerve. A root canal therapy allows the tooth to be saved rather than be extracted.