Losing a tooth can mean a number of possible complications developing, ranging from misalignment to loss of jawbone density (which can cause an older appearance due to facial collapse). However, we can help you avoid these serious complications if you see us right away to discuss tooth replacement. We can provide a strong and natural… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry
Losing a single tooth can be embarrassing. Losing multiple teeth can be embarrassing, and a threat to your overall health as well. In situations where patients are experiencing advanced tooth loss, we may recommend a prosthetic to replace these teeth and return function to the smile. We offer two different options, full and partial. Which… Read more »
If you have tooth decay, you need a filling. In the past, this meant your restoration would be made from amalgam, a metal that didn’t blend with your smile. We’re proud to say we can offer an alternative with composite fillings. These will actually match your tooth structure. How do tooth-colored fillings work?
Our teeth are strong. In fact, the enamel coating them is the hardest substance in the human body. However, that doesn’t mean your teeth are immune to damage or decay. When problems arise, we correct them with dental restorations. What kind of restoration does your tooth need? What specific issues can they address?