Our team offers several services that are designed to rebuild and revitalize struggling smiles, whether you’re facing a cavity, significant tooth loss, or anything in-between.
Nearly everyone experiences a cavity at one point or another in their lives, despite our team’s best efforts to help patients avoid them. Fillings are a tried-and-true solution that works for every age, and we’re happy to offer tooth-colored composite resin as an aesthetic alternative to age-old amalgam. This material is extremely lifelike, flexible, and comfortable.
Crowns & Bridges
If your smile isn’t at its best because of tooth decay or injury, a custom-made dental restoration can give you back full function and appearance in ways that exceed your expectations. Dental crowns are designed to recreate individual teeth while protecting the remaining structure underneath, while bridges sturdily replicate missing teeth in a row. Both options are attractive, reliable, and built to last.
Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin restorative shells that are designed to cover just the front surfaces of your teeth instead of the overall structure. Our team typically recommends this service to patients who are struggling with several smile imperfections and are interested in refreshing their appearance all at once. Veneers are lifelike, comfortable, and extremely durable – in fact, they even resist staining better than your natural tooth enamel!
Although it’s certainly never our team’s first choice, we can perform safe and comfortable tooth extractions if the following situations arise:
Your child has a lingering baby tooth that needs to be removed in order to make room for the erupting adult tooth.
A tooth has been seriously injured and cannot be restored.
Advanced tooth decay has rendered a tooth no longer viable.
Teeth need to be removed to make room for impending orthodontic treatment.
Please rest assured that if this service does become a necessity, we can start working with you right away on a proper replacement for the tooth and/or teeth so that any time spent without a complete, functional smile is as brief as possible.