When teeth are damaged or lost due to disease, decay, or accidental damage, our team can help restore your smile. Cavities, cracked teeth, broken teeth, and missing teeth can all be rectified with appropriate dental restoration that looks and feels natural.
Bridges can span a gap left by one or more missing teeth. Bridges can be supported by clasps or crowns attached to adjacent teeth, or by dental implants to preserve bone structure and provide a more permanent solution. Learn more.
When the chewing surface of a tooth is damaged, a crown can restore chewing function as well as the appearance of a patent’s smile. Today’s crown restorations look and feel natural and come in a variety of materials. Learn more.
When multiple teeth are missing, speech, chewing, and self-confidence issues can occur and the chance of additional tooth loss is increased. Dentures can be either removable, or secured in the mouth with dental implants. Learn more.
Our practice is mercury free. We can replace old, worn metal fillings with tooth colored restorations that won’t crack or become discolored as is common with older, amalgam fillings. Bad fillings are a common cause of tooth pain and sensitivity. Learn more.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction seeks to restore the entire mouth to form and functionality and deliver an esthetically pleasing smile that can last a lifetime. Several functional and cosmetic dental procedures may be combined to achieve this goal. Learn more.