We specialize in advanced dental restoration procedures to repair damaged, injured or decayed teeth and restore your smile. These are some of the common procedures we offer.
Crowns are a restoration that covers a whole tooth. They are used to protect a tooth that has become weak, or that is too badly damaged to be repaired with a filling. Crowns are a common treatment following a root canal treatment to replace the lost portion of the tooth being treated.
Inlays are used to restore teeth that don’t need to be restored with a crown, but can’t be easily restored with a filling. Inlays are prepared in a dental lab and cemented in place in your tooth. When in place they look similar to a filling.
Onlays are a type of inlay that is used to restore the biting or chewing surfaces of the tooth being restored. They are made from a strong material designed to withstand the enormous pressure chewing places on your teeth.
A bridge is used to restore a missing tooth. Common bridges consist of one or more artificial replacement teeth that are supported by the two surrounding teeth. Bridges not only provide a replacement tooth, but they also stabilize the surrounding teeth, preventing them from shifting into the gap left by the lost tooth.