Tooth decay (cavities), functional breakdown, fractures and trauma often create substantial damage to our teeth. This damage can result in substantial pain and cosmetically unappealing situations. Restorations such as composite fillings, full coverage crowns, inlays/onlays, and esthetic veneers are used to return your dentition to the cosmetic and functional level that meets your needs and desires. Our comprehensive care model provides you with clear information through education so that you are best able to choose the treatment modalities that will best suit you and your budget.
These are the primary fillings that we use to restore minor decay. Using gentle freezing, careful analysis and minimal preparation we will restore minor tooth decay or trauma in order to limit further dental breakdown.
Crowns are used as a means to deal with substantial damage to the tooth structure. They provide a supporting structure that surrounds the upper portion of the tooth. Their strength lies in their ability to limit further damage to highly restored teeth. Crowns are essential in posterior teeth that have received root canal treatment.
Crowns are amazing restorations that provide you long-term predictable peace of mind in the strength of your teeth.
Veneers are a minimal preparation procedure that are used to restore or create an optimal esthetic result for patients who have cosmetic considerations. Esthetic veneers are made of porcelain and can be used to restore trauma and malformed teeth. They can also be used as a means to whiten and even create the appearance of straightened teeth without undertaking orthodontic procedures for some patients.