Restorative Dentistry


A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that that is fit over teeth. These caps are generally made of porcelain or ceramic. Patients receive dental crowns when they are experiencing destroyed, decayed, or fractured teeth that cannot be restored with a filling or the tooth has had a root canal. Crowns decrease physical discomfort in teeth, look completely natural, and offer extra support to those teeth that are weak or damaged.

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Dental Implants

Every way you look at it, dental implants are a better solution for the problem of missing teeth. A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that a periodontist or oral surgeon places into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants are an ideal option for people in good general oral health who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason. While high-tech in nature, dental implants are actually more tooth saving than traditional bridgework, since implants do not rely on neighboring teeth for support.

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Dentures are a common replacement option for missing teeth. They are a removable plate or frame that holds one or more artificial teeth, depending on the needs of the patient. There are two types of dentures: complete and partial.

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