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Information About Restorative Dentistry Services

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All-on-4 dental implants provide long-lasting restorations to replace several missing teeth in order to restore functionality and appearance.

An apicoectomy may be needed following a root canal treatment if bacteria is still present or has the possibility of coming back to cause infection.

Bone grafting may be necessary in order to strengthen the jawbone after an instance of trauma, injury, or due to missing teeth.

Dental bridges can be fixed or removable restorations to replace one or several missing teeth in order to prevent remaining teeth from shifting.

Dental crowns work to protect worn down or damaged teeth and are created from various materials in order to maintain your smile.

Dental implants provide durable, long-lasting restorations to restore a single or several missing teeth through surgically placed metal posts.

Dentures can be used for full or partial restoration of missing teeth, and they are comfortable and easily removable for cleaning and sleeping.

Full-mouth reconstruction may consist of multiple restorative dental treatments to replace missing teeth and protect existing ones.

Implant-retained bridges are a sturdy, comfortable replacement of missing teeth in order to revitalize and rejuvenate your smile.

Implant-supported dentures are connected to metal posts, offering a more stable option to dentures that will not move around once in place.

Root canal therapy becomes necessary when the inner pulp of a tooth becomes infected and the decayed area needs to be removed to protect the tooth.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.