Restore Missing Teeth
To restore areas of missing teeth, you have the option of adding dental implants, which consist of a titanium root and a natural-looking tooth on the surface. After an initial consultation, the titanium anchors are rooted and time given for the procedure to heal. Finally, an impression of your teeth is made so that an artificial tooth can be custom-made and attached to the anchors.
Bridging The Gaps
Bridges also replace missing teeth, but by permanently fixing a prosthetic tooth to neighboring teeth using crowns or bonds. First, an anesthetic may be applied in order to shave the enamel of your neighboring teeth to fit into crowns. Then using an impression of your teeth, we create a custom-made bridge to be fixed onto the neighboring teeth. Restoring the gap from a missing tooth prevent your teeth from shifting and moving out of their normal spaces.
Full And Partial
If you have lost all or many of your teeth, a custom-made full or partial denture is a worthwhile option. While a full denture fits over your gums, a partial denture fits among your teeth to restore gaps. Dentures serve as removable prosthetics that create structure in your mouth, allowing you to chew and speak more effectively.
Removal Of Infected Pulp
A prolonged cavity can lead to a tooth infection along with significant pain. A root canal procedure involves removal of infected pulp and nerves from the root of your tooth, then filling and sealing the area with a cap. This process restores an infected tooth so that it doesn’t have to be extracted.