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When a tooth is missing, a 3-unit bridge can be a good choice for replacing it. In a 3-unit bridge, an artificial tooth is connected on either side to crowns, which are placed on the neighboring teeth to hold the bridge in place.
To restore a damaged smile, all-porcelain crowns can be a beautiful choice. These crowns have the translucency of your natural teeth. This makes them an excellent choice when esthetics are of great importance.
We present treatment alternatives to getting implant secured dentures, their drawbacks, and the consequences of delaying treatment.
We present treatment alternatives to getting implants, their drawbacks, and the consequences of delaying treatment.
Once the inner pulp layer of a tooth has become infected, your choices are limited. You could have the tooth extracted, or you could choose to save your tooth with root canal therapy.
We present treatment alternatives to getting a single tooth extraction and the consequences of delaying treatment.
Cone beam x-ray technology produces a high resolution, three-dimensional, color image with unprecedented detail.
After a tooth has had root canal therapy, we recommend placing a crown on the tooth.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is caused when bacteria in plaque builds up between the gums and teeth. When the bacteria begin to grow, the gums surrounding the tooth can become inflamed.
Removing a tooth is sometimes necessary to treat pain and preserve the health of your mouth.
Follow these recommendations to ensure successful healing of your tooth extraction. Schedule some time off, so you can take it easy for several days after your appointment.
When all your upper or lower teeth are missing, a full denture is a good treatment for replacing them. The first step in creating a full denture is to take impressions. An accurate model of your mouth is made from these impressions, and the lab uses this model to make the denture base.
When all of your upper or lower teeth must be removed, an immediate denture is a good interim treatment for replacing them. An immediate denture is one that is placed on the same day that the teeth are removed. To create an immediate denture, an accurate model is made of your mouth.
When your jawbone has receded or lost its shape, we can often augment it to replace missing bone and help new bone to grow. Depending on where bone loss has occurred, we’ll select the appropriate procedure, which can include sinus grafts, bone grafts, and ridge preservation.
When several neighboring teeth are missing, an implant-supported bridge is an excellent treatment for replacing them. Placing an implant-supported bridge generally involves several phases.
When a tooth must be extracted, we can sometimes place an implant in the socket immediately after the tooth has been removed. Placing the implant immediately after an extraction generally involves several phases.
After implants have been placed, it's important to follow these recommendations to ensure their long-term success.
When a tooth or several teeth are missing, a dental implant with a crown or bridge is an excellent treatment for replacing it.
When all the teeth in an arch are missing, an excellent treatment for replacing them is a denture secured with implants.
If you have loose, uncomfortable dentures, stabilizing them with mini-implants can be an excellent solution. The dentures are held securely in place by narrow implants that have been placed in the jaw.
Nitrous oxide, also called laughing gas, is a safe, colorless gas that is often used for its relaxing, calming effect.
When you’re missing teeth, you have several choices for replacing them. You can choose a bridge, an implant-supported crown or bridge, or a removable partial denture.
When many teeth in an arch are missing, a partial denture is a good treatment for replacing them. Partials are removable appliances that are held in place by clasps that fit around some of the remaining teeth.
When a tooth needs a restoration, sometimes the best choice is an all-porcelain crown. It’s precision-crafted in a dental laboratory, so it may take two or more appointments to restore your tooth with a porcelain crown.
We use a Post and Core procedure to replace the missing portion of a severely broken down tooth after root canal therapy or prior to placing a crown.
Power whitening now makes it possible to have a whiter, brighter smile right here in our office. It works by shining a special light onto the teeth after they have been coated with a whitening gel.
When many teeth in an arch are missing, a precision partial denture is a good treatment for replacing them. Precision partials are removable appliances that are held in place by special attachments that are fitted to your teeth.
Bone grafting techniques can sometimes be necessary to preserve the ridge of jawbone after a tooth has been extracted.
In some cases, root canal therapy doesn’t completely heal an infected tooth, and root canal retreatment becomes necessary. There are several reasons why the infected tooth may not have healed completely.
When the pulp of a tooth becomes infected or dies, root canal therapy is necessary to save the tooth. The pulp is a soft tissue made up of nerves and blood vessels. It’s contained in the pulp chamber, which extends from the middle of the tooth, down through the root canals.
The goal of scaling and root planing is to eliminate the source of periodontal infection.
When the pulp layer of a tooth is infected, we recommend root canal therapy. We start the procedure by numbing the area to make you comfortable.
Veneers are thin shells of porcelain bonded to the front of teeth. They can be a great choice to improve teeth that are stained, crooked, worn, or have gaps.
An implant has several benefits. Like the roots of natural teeth, it stimulates the jawbone when you chew.
When all of the teeth in an arch are missing, implants can be an excellent choice for replacing them. Implants are small titanium posts that replace the roots of missing teeth and support custom-crafted replacement teeth.
When several teeth are missing, implants can be a good choice for replacing them. Implants are small titanium posts that replace the roots of missing teeth and support custom-made crowns and bridges.