Dental Crowns

What is a crown? Crowns (or caps) are a restoration used to improve the strength or shape of your tooth. Crowns are most often recommended for teeth that are broken, worn, destroyed by tooth decay, or have had a root canal. Crowns can be tooth-colored or gold. What does getting a crown involve? A crown […]

Fixed Bridge

If you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth in a row, a dental bridge to replace your tooth, restore your smile, and create balanced chewing function. A bridge is a fixed dental restoration, meaning it is cemented in and is not removable. The dental bridge is anchored in place through the use of […]

Root Canals

When a toothache arises, it may be caused by an inflamed or infected nerve within your tooth. When a situation arises where a tooth nerve starts to cause you harm, a root canal treatment may be necessary. Root canals can remove inflamed or infected nerve tissue from the tooth and allow you to keep your […]

Gum Disease Treatment

What is gum disease? Gum disease (periodontal disease), is an infection of the gum tissue surrounding and supporting the teeth.  It is a major cause of tooth loss. Since it is usually painless, patients often do not realize they have it. Signs of gum disease include: red gums that bleed easily, persistent bad breath, gums have pulled […]

Dentures/Partial Dentures

When several or all of your teeth are missing, your dentist may discuss the option for replacement with partial dentures or full dentures. Partial dentures are prosthetic teeth that can be designed to be strategically anchored on your remaining teeth. Your dentist will discuss your options for the design for a partial and also the […]