Sometimes a tooth is damaged to such an extent that a filling is not sufficient. In this case, we use a restoration called a crown which is a covering or “cap” for a tooth. Similarly, crowns are also used to secure a bridge which is a series of three or more teeth that are attached to each other as one unit.
Crowns and Bridges
Dentures and Partial Dentures
With our various restorative options available, dentures are often suggested as a last resort or at the request of a patient. We offer two forms of dentures, either a full or partial, based on the health and stability of a patient’s natural teeth.
The temporomandibular joints or TMJ can cause pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles which control jaw movement. We offer a range of solutions and treatments to provide relief to patients suffering from TMJ.
Unlike most dentures, an “all-on-four” is a denture that is permanently attached to a patient’s mouth by mounting the denture onto a series of implants that are surgically placed into the jaw bone. Securing an all-on-four can be a lengthy process due healing time needed after the implants are placed.