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Our team uses strategically placed dental implants to create a customized, implant-retained denture that snaps securely into place. The result is amazing stability that restores natural function.
When your upper or lower arch has been damaged by grinding, decay, or trauma; our specialists offer reliable and lasting full arch replacement options designed to fit your smile.
When both the top and bottom rows of teeth need replaced, a full mouth reconstruction will restore the health and beauty of the entire mouth, from gums and roots to color and other surface enhancements.
Today’s innovative tooth-colored fillings blend naturally with your existing teeth for a silver-free smile and are not sensitive to hot and cold. With composite tooth colored fillings, we are also able to preserve more of your natural tooth structure, reducing the chance of the tooth being damaged again, and resulting in better overall oral health.
If a tooth is damaged, a new ceramic Procera crown provides a strong, fast, and effective solution. Procera crowns are known to look better and last longer.
A dental bridge is a fixed (non-removable) appliance and is an excellent way to replace missing teeth. Although highly durable, they may need replacement or re-cemented due to normal wear after several years.
Complete and partial dentures are used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue. Although these removable appliances are designed to last for years, normal wear requires them to be remade, repaired, or readjusted.
When the nerve of a tooth is affected by decay or infection, root canal therapy steps in to save the tooth. We remove the pulp, nerves, bacteria, and decay. To restore the tooth to full functionality, we fill the vacated space with medicated dental materials.
When not functioning properly, the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can cause migraines and facial pain. Based on your specific diagnosis, we will use a combination of physical therapy and exercise, pharmacologic treatment, and occlusal splints/orthotic devices to remove the pain and help you restore normal function.
Missing teeth or receding gums can lead to missing out on life experiences. Getting your smile back is faster and easier than you might think.
There is a safe way to treat your receding gums and there are several types of dental implant treatments. You might replace only a single tooth that has been broken or removed, two or three teeth, or four or more on the upper jaw, lower jaw or both. Some of these procedures can be “immediate”, meaning you walk away with a new smile that day.