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Restorative Dentistry

We understand how decayed, broken, and missing teeth can affect many aspects of your life. Your confidence will suffer, it can be hard to enjoy eating, your speech patterns may be compromised, and your oral health may be at risk. That’s why we use only the most advanced technology and durable materials to restore your smile. Get back to the things that matter most with a beautiful, natural looking smile that stands up to the test of time.

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Crowns

  • Covers your damaged tooth, restores its shape, and improves its appearance
  • No one will ever know it isn’t your natural tooth
  • Protects your teeth from further damage or loss of the tooth altogether

Bridges

  • Fixed to your teeth and does not require removal for cleaning
  • A stable solution that will not move when you eat
  • Matched to your natural teeth, so you can be proud to smile again

Dentures

  • A great solution if you’ve lost your teeth due to decay, gum disease, or trauma
  • Smile, laugh, and eat all of your favorite foods with confidence
  • Maintains your bone structure and helps prevent ‘sunken face

Implants

  • The #1 recommended tooth replacement solution by both doctors and patients alike
  • Looks so much like your natural teeth no one will know you weren’t born with them
  • Secure, long-lasting, and you don’t have to remove them for eating or cleaning

Dental Implants: A Perfect Solution for Tooth Replacement

Edentulism, or missing teeth, is a common issue in the United States. In fact, according to research, 120 million adults are missing at least one tooth. Experts expect this to increase within the next 2 decades. Edentulism affects the most vulnerable populations, the economically disadvantaged and the aging. In the geriatric population, approximately 23 million people are missing all of their teeth and approximately 12 million are missing at least one arch.

There are several potential causes of tooth loss:

  • Tooth decay
  • Gum disease
  • Injury
  • Wear/tear
  • Oral cancer

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