If you are unable to eat and smile with confidence because of missing teeth or slipping dentures, let us help restore your smile with restorative dentistry.
Restorative Dental Treatments
The most natural appearing and functioning option for replacing missing teeth is dental implants. Designed like a natural tooth, dental implant titanium posts are secured in the jaw bone and reveal a functional, aligned dental crown that looks like a perfect tooth. Our dental experts use cutting-edge dental technology to ensure your dental implant is aligned with your smile and will blend in perfectly with your other teeth. You can chew, talk and brush your teeth like you always have, without worrying about a denture or bridge slipping. We also repair and maintain dental implants at our office. To learn more about replacing your missing teeth with dental implants, contact our team to schedule a restorative dental implant consultation.
No one wants to lose a tooth or undergo a tooth extraction procedure, but sometimes it is necessary. It is always our goal to preserve your natural teeth whenever possible, but there are times when a tooth extraction is the best option for maintaining your oral health. Our compassionate dental team and comfortable atmosphere will make the process of removing a tooth as painless and stress-free as possible. We offer many amenities to ensure you are relaxed and pampered during the procedure to minimize any discomfort. If you want to replace a tooth that must be removed due to trauma or disease, we have restoration options like dental implants that can give you back your complete smile.
A deep infection in a tooth can be very painful and can result in tooth loss if not treated. Root canal therapy is often the only option to save a tooth that has become infected and stop the pain. We perform root canals at our office, removing the diseased material from the roots of the tooth, then repacking and resealing the tooth to keep it sterilized and free from infection. A dental crown is usually needed to protect the weakened tooth and give it structural support. If you have a painful tooth or have been told you need a root canal, contact us for an exam. Our dental team will look at your tooth and advise you on whether root canal therapy is the best option to save your tooth.