Fillings are one of the most common treatments that we provide. They are used to reshape and strengthen a tooth’s structure after tooth decay is removed. We use tooth-colored, composite resin fillings for cavities. They are long-lasting and durable, and they blend in with the shade of your tooth, so no one will be able to tell that you have them!
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Life can take a toll on our smiles. Whether you’re in need of a simple filling or a full-mouth restoration, we have a full list of restorative services to help patients regain healthy, attractive, fully functioning smiles. Our judgment-free team has extensive experience with restorative dentistry and we’ll make sure that you’re a part of your treatment every step of the way.Contact Us
Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that completely cover an existing tooth. They are designed to look and feel like natural teeth. Crowns can be used to treat a variety of dental concerns. They can protect cracked or broken teeth, mask a severely worn down tooth, support a tooth after root canal therapy, and aid in tooth replacement when paired with a bridge or implant.
Bridges are a budget-friendly, realistic-looking tooth replacement solution for patients missing one tooth or multiple teeth in a row. They are created with dental crowns on either end and have replacement teeth in the middle. The crowns bond to existing teeth on either side of the gap so that the replacement teeth will snugly fit in the middle, filling in the empty space.
Whether you’re missing a full or partial arch of teeth, our team crafts advanced full and partial dentures to give you back a complete smile. Unlike traditional dentures of the past, we’ve invested in leading-edge technology and materials to ensure that your denture looks great and feels comfortable. Our goal is for you to be able to enjoy the benefits of a fully functioning smile!
Root Canal Therapy
If a tooth is severely damaged or decayed, the pulp inside the tooth may need to be removed to prevent tooth death. Root canal therapy is a common, successful treatment where we use a small entry point in the crown to remove the diseased pulp, disinfect the area, and fill in the area with gutta-percha to prevent future infection. Many patients report feeling almost-instant pain relief after their root canal is complete.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 15 and 25. Wisdom teeth are notorious for wreaking havoc on patients’ oral health. Some of the most common issues with wisdom teeth are that they can erupt at an angle, get stuck underneath the gums, and crowd existing teeth. If needed, we perform gentle wisdom teeth removal to preserve your smile’s health and appearance.Contact Us