Restorative Treatment


White and Cosmetic: A filling repairs and restores the surface of a tooth that has been damaged by decay, fracture, or wear.  We only use the highest quality restorative materials on our patients, as well as non-silver fillings that not only provide you with the best long-term dental solution, but also improve the esthetic outcome of your treatment. 

Dental Implant Restorations

Dental implants allow you to replace missing teeth.  We work closely with dental implant surgeons to ensure that your final implant and crown are comfortable and secure.

Crowns and Bridges

Crowns: A dental crown or cap is generally used to restore damaged or decayed tooth structure.  Crowns cover the visible portion of your tooth or dental implant. We work closely with our local and national dental laboratories to design and rebuild a tooth's shape, size, strength, and natural color.  Restorative TreatmentIn addition to restoring the functionality of your tooth, the cosmetic result of your crown is equally important as it can affect our smile and appearance.  That is why we typically recommend porcelain crowns to our patients.  We believe porcelain provides the best combination of durability and a natural looking appearance.

Bridges: A bridge is a custom-made replacement for one or more missing teeth - it literally "bridges the gap." We can discuss with you the dental materials – ranging from all-ceramic to gold – that will best match your needs.

Dentures and Partial Dentures

If you have lost several or all of your natural teeth, dentures and partial dentures can be used as replacements - improving your health as well as your appearance. We also offer the new AvaDent Digital dentures that are milled and digitally designed. This increases strength and offers more opportunity for faster duplication or replacement if the need arises. 

Root Canals

Root canal treatment removes the diseased tooth's nerve and blood supply (located within a tooth's root canal). Root canals allow one to retain a tooth that would otherwise be too decayed or damaged to be restored.