Restorative Dentistry



Porcelain dental veneers, or porcelain laminates, are composed of a thin custom-made ceramic tooth-colored material designed to enhance tooth aesthetics or to protect against further tooth damage and decay.

Crowns and Bridges

Crowns and bridges are the most common and effective methods used to restore damaged teeth. As a permanent dental prosthetic, crowns cover the entire tooth above the gum line, and look and feel like a natural tooth. A dental bridge is made of a number of prosthetic teeth that serve as a permanent replacement for missing or damaged teeth, and are capable of filling in larger gaps.

Root Canal Therapy

When damage occurs to a tooth (often from a deep cavity or an injury that causes a tooth to crack) the nerve of the tooth may become infected. When the nerve of a tooth becomes infected the only treatment that can save the tooth is a root canal. Left untreated, the infected pulp and nerve can cause further infection that will damage the bone around the tooth and cause swelling and pain. Thankfully with today’s technological advances, root canals can be performed painlessly and in as little as one or two visits.

Additional Restorative Dentistry Services:

Tooth colored composite fillings

Pain-free air abrasion caries removal

Metal-free flexible partial dentures

Metal based traditional partial dentures

Full dentures

Sleep apnea appliances