Our dental practice uses white fillings made from composite material, which is safe, strong, and beautiful. We remove as little tooth structure as possible.
We choose metal-free for your optimal health. Non-metal fillings do not contain toxic ingredients.
Tooth Conserving Dentistry
Biomimetic Dentistry keeps your teeth strong and protects them from bacteria, reducing the need for cutting down for crowns and helps to prevent root canal treatments. In essence, it is utilizing the latest in dental materials and technology to preserve your natural teeth ~ just as nature intended.
Treating a wide range conditions including:
Chipped, cracked, damaged teeth
Dental bridges exactly that, they bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth.
A bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap ~ these two or more anchoring teeth are called abutment teeth. These teeth and crowns support a false tooth/teeth in between. Dental bridges are supported by natural teeth or implants.
Help maintain the shape of your face
Restore your more natural smile
Restore ability to properly chew & speak
Distribute the pressure evenly in your bite by replacing missing teeth
Prevent remaining teeth from shifting out of position
Inlays and Onlays are a type of restoration that is indicated when there is too much tooth structure lost in order for it to be replaced with a traditional filling but not enough to warrant a full coverage crown. They are considered partial crowns that are a very conservative solution for teeth that need the support of a crown without sacrificing all of its tooth structure.
Onlays & Inlays
An implant supported crown or bridge is used when a tooth has been replaced with a dental implant. After the healing phase of the dental implant is over, an impression is taken of the implant area and a dental crown or bridge will be fabricated to fit perfectly on top. The implant will be supporting the crown or bridge that will be placed and work as the root or anchor for the crown or bridge.
Crowns & Bridges
A crown is a cover/cap your dentist places over a tooth. A crown restores a damaged or missing tooth to its normal shape, size and function. A crown can protect the tooth and/or improve the way it looks.
Your dentist may recommend a crown to:
Attach a bridge to replace missing teeth
Support a tooth that has a large filling when there isn’t enough natural tooth structure remaining
Cover a mis-shaped or discolored tooth
Protect a weak tooth from fracturing
Restore an already fractured tooth
Cover a dental implant
Dental veneers are shells of tooth-colored material designed to cover the surface of teeth and improve their appearance. They are bonded to the tooth to change the shape, color, size, or even length. Veneers are very thin and customized to your teeth to ensure complete comfort. They give your teeth a natural appearance and enhance the features that you want, making them a great option for people that want to control the look of their smile.
The amazing thing is Veneers allow you to change the way your teeth look without actually affecting the tooth itself. You can change the shape of a tooth without having to actually reshape it.