If you are having problems with how to replace your missing teeth, dental implants are the solution. They last longer because of their great structural support, and they are more permanent than dentures or bridges. Titanium is the usual material used for dental implants. Titanium is a very sturdy and harmless material that can easily bond with teeth. The entire procedure only takes three steps. First, the implant is inserted. The second is the osseointegration or the time it takes the jaw bone to heal. Third is bonding the restored or brand new tooth. Dental implants serve as the new root where the new tooth will be attached.
Porcelain veneers are thin shells of ceramic that bond directly to the front surfaces of the teeth. They are an ideal choice for improving your smile and have become increasingly popular due to their simplicity and versatility.
A wide variety of crowns are available to replace lost tooth structure, restore shape and form, and improve appearance and function. They range from metal to porcelain based, and from cemented to adhesively bond.
Bonding is an alternative to veneers, and can be used as a restorative procedure for teeth that are chipped, cracked, discolored or misarranged.
InLays & Onlays
When too much tooth structure is lost, inlays/onlays are the next option. We will check the damage tooth and prepare it before applying an inlay/onlay. Dental plaques will be removed and a molded impression will be taken, which we will use to create the inlay/onlay.
Are you looking for an alternative to wire braces? Teeth crowding, misalignment, wide spaced teeth, and complex bite problems can be relieved using Invisalign. Not only will it solve these dental problems, but Invisalign will help you achieve the smile you desire.
Want your smile to be as white and bright as possible? We offer Philip’s Zoom Whitening, the #1 patient-requested professional whitening brand. There are different reasons for tooth discoloration and staining, so your whitening system will be fit for you.