Information About Restorative Dentistry Services

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3D impressions allow for more comfortable and secure dental restorations without the need for the process of a physical dental mold.

Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth through long-lasting restorations that are custom made to fit your smile.

3D oral imaging provides a comprehensive visual of your dental health and can help to identify any underlying issues before they develop.

A bite analysis can determine any misalignments with your teeth and help to diagnose existing issues that may require further treatments.

Dental crowns can protect a damaged or worn down tooth through the use of porcelain and/or metal that is custom made to fit the tooth comfortably.

Dental implants offer long-lasting restorations to replace one tooth or several missing teeth for a rejuvenated smile with restored function.

Removable dentures can be partial or full to restore most or all of your missing teeth for a comfortable and renewed appearance.

Digital x-rays allow for an extensive view of the jaw, teeth, and gum health in order to formulate more accurate diagnoses and treatment options.

A frenectomy can be performed to diminish the restriction of the upper lip in order to allow you to eat and speak easily without discomfort.

Gum contouring is an aesthetic treatment to reshape the gumline for a more appealing appearance and a lower risk of future infections.

Implant-supported dentures ensure a secure restoration to replace several or all missing teeth for a more comfortable overall fit.

Inlays and onlays may be made from a variety of materials and are used to heal and protect a decayed or damaged tooth when a filling or crown cannot.

Periodontal disease can occur at varying stages and greatly affect your oral and overall health if not diagnosed and treated properly and efficiently.

Periodontal treatments vary, depending on how far developed the disease is and more invasive treatment options may be necessary for advanced cases.

Scaling and root planing is typically performed to treat the first stage of gum disease, also known as gingivitis, by cleaning below the gumline.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.