Dental crowns are caps that fit over a damaged tooth. They look, act, and feel like your natural tooth, blending into your smile perfectly. Crowns cover teeth that are decayed, injured, highly sensitive, or otherwise compromised. Our crowns are made of porcelain and cemented onto your teeth. This makes them highly durable and aesthetically pleasing at the same time.
If patients have lost a tooth, bridges may be the solution. The two adjacent teeth are fitted with a crown and used to support the bridge. An artificial tooth is molded, and implanted into the empty space. With a bridge in place, patients can eat, drink, and laugh like normal. They are aesthetically pleasing and virtually unnoticeable when you talk or smile.
Sometimes, teeth may chip, break, or develop cavities that need filling. We offer tooth filling for patients looking for a durable and aesthetic fix to their damaged tooth. Using white-bonded filling material ensures a natural look, and eliminates metal sensitivity from traditional filling substances. Get your tooth fixed and filled at our clinic today.
Teeth can get injured in all sorts of ways. A baseball game may result in a chipped tooth, or judo class might leave an entire gap in your smile. Be it a small fracture or a knocked-out tooth, we offer endodontic procedures for repairing and replacing injured teeth. From porcelain crowns to dental implants, we’ll fix your smile and restore your teeth no matter the injury.
The buildup of plaque and tartar can cause discoloration, cavities, and other dental complications. We scrape off this layer and clean your teeth with a high-speed brush to remove any buildup. The entire experience is quick, pain-free, and completely safe for your enamel. Regular tartar removal will keep your smile stain-free, prevent tooth decay, and increase overall oral health.
Early detection of oral cancer greatly improves a patient’s chance of recovery. During an oral cancer screening, we’ll carry out a physical examination of your teeth, gums, throat, and neck. Red and white patches, sores inside the mouth, and lumps may indicate the presence of oral cancer. In this case, we’ll refer you to a hospital for immediate further evaluation and treatment.
Dental x-rays capture the complete bone structure and tooth alignment of your mouth. They are used to diagnose infections, decay, bone loss, changes in the root canal, and more. X-rays also help us plan your orthodontic treatment, implants, and various other dental procedures. They help our team in providing the best dental service for you and your teeth.
The best dental procedure is one that can be avoided. By following preventative care habits like regular brushing and flossing, the likelihood of dental complications is reduced. Not smoking, limiting coffee intake, and staying away from sugary foods and drinks are great first steps. Regular checkups, cleanings, and screenings are also recommended to maintain a bright and healthy smile.
We are here to help you with professional dental care. We’ll make you smile with confidence, and with a beautiful set of pearly whites.
Schedule your next appointment today, and take the first step towards healthy teeth and a beautiful smile.