Dental implants are designed to replace missing tooth roots following tooth loss. We can surgically embed these small titanium posts in your jawbone, before attaching a custom crown, bridge, or denture. These restorations not only improve dental function but your overall oral health.
For the right candidates, we can use the advanced All-on-4® technique to replace an entire dental arch. Using just four implant posts, we can minimize the impact on your jaw and provide a strong base for an upper or lower denture. Often, this method eliminates the need for preparatory procedures.
To meet our patients' various needs, we offer both full and partial traditional dentures and implant-supported restorations. Committed to providing high quality care, we can ensure your restoration fits securely and comfortably in your smile and complements your unique facial contours.
A dental crown acts as a "cap," encasing a tooth that has been compromised by dental damage or decay. We can also place a dental crown after root canal therapy to strengthen the remaining tooth structure. At Pampered Smiles, we offer all-porcelain crowns for their durability and aesthetic appeal.
A dental bridge can replace one or more missing teeth in a row, restoring form and function to your smile. If you choose a traditional bridge, we can reshape adjacent teeth to support the restoration. We also offer implant-supported bridges, which are affixed to dental implants.
A filling can restore the structure of your tooth if you have a minor or moderate cavity. Our team can remove compromised tissue and disinfect the tooth before placing the filling. We recommend composite fillings because of their strength and durability, as well as their realistic look.
Inlays and Onlays
If you have a large cavity, a filling will typically not be able to repair your tooth. In this case, we may recommend an inlay or onlay, which can protect and strengthen the chewing surface of molars. For optimal results, we offer porcelain inlays and onlays, designed to match surrounding teeth.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you have widespread dental decay or damage, we may recommend full mouth reconstruction. This treatment combines two or more restorative procedures to help you achieve optimal oral health. We can design your treatment plan based on your health, goals, budget, and preferred treatment timeline.
For patients with extensive tooth loss, implant-supported dentures can restore complete dental function and aesthetics. Dentures are affixed to dental implants, which provide a lifetime of support. After treatment, you can feel confident in your ability to chew, smile, and speak properly.
"As a family practice, we understand the importance of providing treatments for patients of any age. We pride ourselves on our comprehensive cosmetic, restorative, and implant treatments."Dr. Murray