Dental implants are small titanium posts. They are placed in the jawbone and act as a strong foundation for a crown, bridge, or denture. We use advanced cone beam imaging to ensure optimal implant placement, and offer several implant options, including mini implants for same-day restorations.
For those with extensive tooth loss, we can perform the All-on-4® technique. Traditional implant-supported dentures require six to eight implant posts. However, using this advanced method, we can place just four posts to support a full denture, reducing your need for preparatory procedures.
For patients who have experienced jawbone deterioration after tooth loss, a bone graft can help to restore candidacy for dental implants. This preparatory procedure helps patients achieve a strong enough jawbone to permanently secure implant posts. Recovery typically lasts six to nine months.
Crowns are versatile restorations. They can be used to strengthen a tooth compromised by damage or decay, or to replace a tooth in combination with a dental implant. Thanks to our advanced CEREC system, we offer same-day crowns made of high quality porcelain for the right candidates.
This restoration replaces one or more missing teeth in a row, literally bridging the gap in your smile. We offer both traditional bridges using dental crowns and implant-supported bridges, affixed to dental implants. For the right candidates, we can create same-day bridges using CEREC technology.
If you are missing most or all of your teeth, dentures can restore your smile. We offer traditional removable dentures, which fit snugly around your gums, and implant-supported dentures for more stability. We also offer the Prettau® Implant Bridge for unrivaled strength and a lifelike appearance.
A full mouth reconstruction can restore your oral health if you have extensive dental damage. With this individualized treatment plan, we can combine several restorative procedures to repair the appearance and function of your smile, including dental implants, crowns, and fillings.
If you have a cavity that is too large for a filling, an inlay or onlay can restore functionality while maintaining most of the tooth structure. These restorations are bonded to the chewing surfaces of molars. Inlays fit between the cusps, or edges of a tooth, and onlays cover one or more cusps.
If you have a cavity, a filling can strengthen the structure of the tooth and prevent decay from spreading. For beautiful results, we use tooth-colored composite resin in our treatments. We can apply this material in layers before curing it with a special light, ensuring a long-lasting restoration.
Before dental implant placement, you may require a sinus lift to make room for implant posts. During treatment, we can add bone to the upper jaw, particularly in the back of the mouth, and then lift the sinus membrane. Recovery time is similar to bone grafting, and takes around six to nine months.