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Crowns are versatile single-tooth restorations that offer a diverse range of benefits. These custom caps can be placed over damaged teeth to restore their strength and appearance. Furthermore, they are also used solely as a cosmetic treatment for
many patients. In addition to traditional dental crowns crafted at our in-house laboratory, our doctors also offer same-day crowns thanks to our state-of-the-art CAD/CAM system.
If you are missing several or all of your teeth, dentures can renew the look and function of your smile. These custom restorations feature a gum-colored base and artificial teeth. Held in place by clasps or adhesives, traditional dentures are affordable and available to nearly all patients with extensive tooth loss. Patients seeking the most stable form of denture can secure their prosthesis with dental implants.
Dental implants have revolutionized the field of restorative dentistry by allowing patients to enjoy crowns, bridges, and dentures with an unparalleled level of stability. These small metal posts are surgically placed in the jaw, where they fuse with
the surrounding bone to function like artificial tooth roots. In order to plan dental implants treatments with exceptional accuracy, we also utilize cone beam technology at Providence Prosthodontics Dental Group.
If you are missing multiple consecutive teeth, a dental bridge can fill in the gap in your smile and bring balance back to your bite. We offer custom bridges milled from dental-grade zirconia here at our in-house lab. Traditional bridges are held in place by dental crowns on each end. Conversely, implant-supported crowns attach to artificial tooth roots, ensuring they will never move out of position.
To address a wide range of restorative concerns, we can combine multiple procedures into a comprehensive full mouth reconstruction treatment plan. Your doctor will work closely with you to plan your full mouth reconstruction, taking both your goals and budgetary needs into consideration. Each procedure will then be carefully staged in order to achieve dramatic results while minimizing office visits, recovery times, and costs.
Fillings are used as a trusted and affordable form of tooth restoration after the removal of minor decay. We proudly offer composite fillings made of a tooth-colored material. In addition to being extremely discreet, tooth-colored fillings also form a stronger bond than traditional metal amalgam types. If you have a metal filling that is not functioning properly, we can remove it and replace it with a composite version.
Inlays and onlays are used as an effective solution in situations where a filling cannot adequately restore a tooth, yet a dental crown would be unnecessary. An inlay covers the chewing surfaces of a tooth, whereas an onlay extends beyond its pointed cusps and down its sides. Unlike many other practices, we have an advanced in-house dental lab that allows us to complete an inlay or onlay treatment during a single appointment.