Your dental health is important, and our patients’ safety is our top priority. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation and all CDC guidelines very closely.
Do you smile less because you are unhappy with your teeth? You do not have to suffer from an uncomfortable toothache or the embarrassment of having a missing tooth. We offer comprehensive dentistry services that can provide a solution, so contact us today to schedule an appointment.
What Are Dental Teeth Fillings?
Getting a filling is a cavity repair procedure that saves your tooth from further decay and alleviates any sensitivity the cavity may have caused you.
What is the Difference Between Crowns and Dental Bridges?
A tooth crown is a solution to restore a weakened or broken tooth, while a tooth bridge is a permanent way to replace a missing tooth with a prosthetic one.
Which Types of Dental Professionals Do Dental Fillings, Dental Caps and Bridges?
Our general dentists offer extensive dental services from a simple tooth filling to a tooth bridge. Call us to schedule your appointment to see how we can serve you.
What is the Average Cost for Fillings, Crowns for Teeth and Bridges?
Since every patient has unique oral health needs and each has a different opinion regarding aesthetics, we cannot give an estimate of your crown, bridge or tooth filling cost until you have a consultation with one of our dentists. You will learn about your options and receive an estimated cost for each one after your appointment. Why not call us and schedule an appointment today?
What Materials Do Dentists Use to Complete a Tooth Filling?
You can choose from a strong and safe amalgam filling which contains silver, copper, tin and mercury, or a tooth colored composite filling which will make it appear as if you have never had a cavity in the tooth.
From What Materials Are Dental Crowns Made?
Gold crowns, porcelain or ceramic front tooth crowns are the most common. Our dentist will explain your choices if a crown is right for you. The material used will have a significant impact on the dental crown cost.
How is the Crown Procedure Done?
When you have a broken or damaged tooth, the dentist must file it down into the ideal shape to hold a crown, but don’t worry, the dentist will give you a local anesthetic if desired. Next, an impression of your teeth goes to a dental lab so they can make a natural looking tooth crown for you. You will go home with a temporary crown, and come back for placement after your permanent crown is ready.
Which Type of Bridge for My Missing Tooth is Best?
The choice of which bridge to use, either traditional or cantilever, is up to the dentist since traditional bridges need two teeth to hold them, while cantilever bridges only need one tooth to use as an anchor. If you are considering getting a bridge to replace a lost tooth, please call us for an appointment. During your visit with our dentist, you will learn which type of bridge is right for you and what your estimated dental bridge cost will be.
What Happens When a Person Gets a Bridge?
Bridges are a two-visit procedure, with each visit lasting for more than one hour. The dentist will explain the procedure in detail, making certain to address any concerns that you may have.
You deserve a healthy, attractive smile, with no cavities and no damaged or missing teeth. Let us make this a reality for you; call today to schedule your appointment.