For a beautiful smile, few procedures offers as outstanding results as veneers. Porcelain veneers can correct a wide range of problems, including cracks, gaps, chips, stains, and crowding. Veneers are custom-made to match your natural tooth color so the results are subtle yet beautiful. They are then placed on the front of teeth, giving you the kind of smile you have always dreamed of having. Strong and long-lasting, veneers are sometimes called “instant orthodontics,” because they can create a straight, perfect smile in just a few short appointments.
Damaged and decayed teeth can be effectively restored with tooth-colored crowns. A crown is a permanent covering that fits over your original tooth, restoring health and strength. We use crowns matched to your natural tooth color, which improve your smile’s appearance as well as your dental health. Crowns can be used to whiten, reshape, and realign teeth as well as to repair damage.
Inlays and onlays are two types of fillings used in back teeth. Inlays fill cavities, restoring strength and stability to damaged teeth. They are molded to a precise fit and have a very realistic appearance. Onlays cover the entire surface of the damaged tooth; they are used when a tooth is too decayed for regular fillings or inlays.
Dental Implanted Supported Dentures
Implant Supported Dentures have made it possible for people to comfortably wear a removable denture. This technique involves placing either two or four dental implants into the jaw bone. After the bone integrates around the implant, connections bars and various attachments can be placed to secure the dentures. The new implants also prevent more bone loss from occurring due to denture wearing.
Missing teeth can create a variety of problems both aesthetic and functional, but bridges can be used to restore health and beauty to your smile. A bridge consists of a replacement tooth and two crowns that can be fitted over the adjacent teeth. Bridges can prevent teeth from moving and improve the appearance of your smile. We use tooth-colored bridges for natural-looking results.
Thanks to advances in dental materials, fillings no longer have to look unnatural. Older metal fillings are being replaced by composite filling that can be matched to the natural color of your teeth. Treating cavities no longer has to mean unsightly metal in your teeth. What’s more, the materials used for composite fillings are very strong and long-lasting, making them an ideal option.