Repair and restore damaged, decayed, or missing teeth. Restorative dentistry treats dental problems to get your smile back to health. Our skilled team utilizes the latest techniques and technology to get a comprehensive look at your smile. This allows us to identify issues and create a personalized plan that considers the whole picture. And with a respectful, judgment-free team, we make your comfort a priority, every step of the way. So, if you need restorative treatment, don’t hesitate to give us a call so you can enjoy a healthy smile.
Cavities are common, but that doesn't mean they should go overlooked. They can cause discomfort and pain, leaving you unable to enjoy the foods you love. When left untreated, cavities only become worse and may require more invasive procedures to alleviate. Fortunately, dental fillings can repair and stop the progression of tooth decay in a single visit. And by returning to the dentist every six months for regular cleanings and checkups, you can prevent new cavities from forming altogether!
Restore your cracked and damaged teeth with dental crowns, which are tooth-shaped "caps" that protect your tooth's natural root and revitalize the function of your bite. As one of the most versatile restorative dental procedures, dental crowns can also be used to cover up a tooth after receiving a root canal or to cap a dental implant. Since dental crowns can be made from many materials, they are ideal for a variety of restorative and cosmetic applications, so you can smile with confidence.
If a missing tooth is leaving a gap in your smile, a partial denture isn't your only option! A dental bridge can cover the space left behind by one, or several, missing teeth. It's permanently attached to your teeth on either side of the gap, so it won't slide around when you eat or speak. Plus, your bridge can be color-matched to blend seamlessly with the rest of your grin. Dental bridges can help keep your teeth from shifting, reducing the risk of bone loss and problems with your bite. Schedule a consultation today to see if a dental bridge can help you complete your smile!
Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that can result in reduced oxygen levels and poor sleep quality. While continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is the most well-known treatment option, oral appliance therapy has become increasingly popular due to its efficacy and ease of use. Oral appliances are custom-made mouth guards that help improving breathing during sleep. They are comfortable, easy to use, and don't require electricity or loud machinery. If you or someone you know suffers from sleep apnea, please get in touch with us to learn more about how oral appliance therapy can help.