Types of Dental Restoration
We know that getting you the perfect smile is important to you. We restore your smile from issues concerning chipped, missing, cracked teeth and more! We place emphasis on diagnosing, preventing, and treating diseases affecting your mouth.
These are two types of restorations that you can expect:
-filling a cavity
-completed in a single office visit
-custom tooth replacements (i.e. crowns, inlays and onlays)
-requires frequent office visits to create replacements that match your teeth
Our experts know how to perfect your smile with dental crowns. You should receive a smile that is both beautiful and functional. Our crowns act as a “cap” that covers a decayed, misshaped, or discolored teeth.
Do I Need Crowns?
You may be candidate to receive dental crowns if the following adheres to you:
• To protect a weak tooth
• Hold a dental bridge in place
• Restore broken teeth
• Enhance the appearance of your smile
Types of Crowns
We offer different types of crowns to get you the best smile of your life. Metal crowns are alloy infused with gold or platinum-based materials. It is metallic in color and is known for its long-lasting durability, and high amount of bite pressure.
Another popular option is porcelain-fused metal. It looks most like your natural teeth. Typically, this is a good choice if you need treatment for your front and back teeth.
A dental crown procedure requires two appointments. We will take examine your mouth thoroughly to get a better idea of where a crown should be placed. This way, we can set up a treatment plan to understand your condition.
We will numb the affected area by using local anesthesia to relive you of pain during the initial procedure. An impression of your teeth will be created and sent to our lab to create custom-fitted crowns. In the meantime, we will provide you with temporary crowns before actual placement. During the second appointment, we will numb your tooth once again to place your crowns. Your crown will be put into place atop your natural tooth and cemented.
A dental bridge literally “bridges” the gap between missing teeth. There will be a crown that connects the space to fill in the gap. The main idea is to keep your teeth from moving out of place. You can expect to get increased functionality to get you the smile that you’ve always wanted!
You can expect to replace your teeth with our revolutionary dental implant service! A new tooth is created for you with our expert procedure to restore your jaw and teeth back to its overall functionality.