Dentures are full-arch replacements for missing teeth. They are custom-crafted to help you achieve comfort and an attractive, natural-looking smile. We offer both traditional and implant-supported dentures. While traditional dentures rest on the gums, held in place with a mild dental adhesive, implant-supported dentures connect directly to dental implants, providing superior stability.
Whether replacing a single tooth or several teeth, dental implants look and feel natural. Preserving adjacent teeth and preventing the loss of bone, dental implants also promote the health of your teeth and gums. But one of the greatest benefits for patients is restored functionality. To replace missing teeth, one or more implants are placed in the bone, acting as an artificial tooth root. This allows the dentist to attach a new crown or bridge to this anchor after the implant has undergone an integration period.
Teeth that are damaged, broken, or decaying can be restored and strengthened with dental crowns. The tooth-colored restorations used at our office blend in with surrounding teeth so dental work is not noticeable. Contact us to find out if crowns are the best solution for improvement in the health and appearance of your smile.
The CEREC 3 is a revolutionary computerized technology that allows custom restorations to be created without taking an impression of your teeth. Instead, a digital photograph is used, providing a level of precision that is almost impossible to achieve without the CEREC 3. Learn more about the technology available at our practice by contacting us today.
When most patients think about fillings, they remember the unattractive silver restorations of the past. At The Center For Dental Excellence, we use tooth-colored fillings so no one can tell if you’ve had a cavity repaired.
No mouth is beyond repair and no two smiles are exactly alike. Our customized full mouth reconstruction procedures allow our practice to personalize treatment and address a number of restorative concerns at once. A comprehensive treatment plant may include procedures such as dental implants to replace missing teeth, dental bonding to fill cracks and chips, and porcelain veneers to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your smile.
When most patients think about fillings, they remember the unattractive silver restorations of the past. At The Center for Dental Excellence, we use tooth-colored fillings so no one can tell if you’ve had a cavity repaired. Our dentists can restore new cavities and replace old metal fillings with tooth-colored restorations. Contact our cosmetic dentistry practice today to learn more.