Customized Restorative Dentistry Using Advanced Technology

Dental Implants

At the practice of J.D. Murray DDS & Associates, we combine technology with training to make our restorative dentistry solutions efficient, long-lasting, and individualized to meet your unique needs. We proudly offer the latest in dental implants, including mini dental implants for same-day restoration. Implants are small titanium posts that form a foundation for a permanent crown, bridge, or denture. We use advanced cone-beam imaging to ensure optimal implant placement. We also offer state-of-the-art oral surgery if you need preparatory treatment, such as bone grafting and sinus lifts.

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All-on-4® Dental Implants

When you choose an implant-supported denture, Dr. Joseph D. Murray will often recommend the advanced All-on-4® method. Traditional implant-supported dentures require six to eight posts to support a dental arch. However, this minimally invasive technique requires just four posts, placed at a slight angle. Because the All-on-4® technique impacts less surrounding tissue, you will experience minimal discomfort and reduce your need for bone grafting and ridge augmentation. In fact, many patients can receive a permanent, lifelike denture the same day as their surgery. 

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Dental Bridges

A bridge replaces one or more missing teeth, literally bridging the gap in your smile. Like dental crowns, these restorations are custom-fabricated to match your smile. We offer both lab-created bridges and restorations milled right in our office using CEREC® technology. Typically, your dentist will crown the two teeth on either side of the space in your smile, providing support for the restoration. However, for greater stability and strength, you may choose an implant-supported bridge.

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Dental Crowns

Crowns are versatile restorations that are typically placed over damaged teeth. Dr. Murray and his associates may use a crown to strengthen a weak tooth, cover up a large filling, mask structural damage, or top a dental implant. Crowns can be made from several different materials. However, we typically recommend porcelain, since it is virtually identical to natural teeth. Thanks to our advanced CEREC® milling system, we offer same-day crowns, as well as traditional lab-fabricated restorations. 

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Dentures

If you are missing all or most of your teeth, you have a number of restorative options to choose from. Traditional removable dentures fit snugly around your gums. We will take detailed impressions of your mouth to ensure that your restorations look and feel great. Many of our patients choose implant-supported dentures for their enhanced stability. These restorations help to protect your jawbone and will never slip out of place. We also proudly offer the Prettau® Implant Bridge. Made of advanced zirconia, this type of denture offers unrivaled strength and a lifelike appearance.

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Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and onlays are a type of restoration which are often referred to as partial crowns. If you have a cavity that is too large for a filling, an inlay or onlay can restore functionality while maintaining most of your tooth's natural structure. These restorations are bonded to the chewing surfaces of your molars. Inlays fit between the cusps, or pointed edges of a tooth, and onlays stretch further down the sides of a tooth. We proudly offer all-porcelain inlays and onlays, which closely match the natural color of your teeth.

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Fillings

Fillings are an important restorative treatment. When you have a cavity, a filling can effectively stop bacteria from spreading and strengthen the outer structure of your tooth. At J.D. Murray DDS and Associates, we use tooth-colored composite resin fillings. This material blends seamlessly with enamel, and unlike older metal fillings, it will not show through your teeth over time. In addition, composite forms a strong bond with your tooth, so it will remain firmly in place for years.  

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction may be the best way to restore your oral health if you have extensive dental damage. With this individualized treatment plan, you can combine several restorative procedures to repair your smile 's appearance and function. Your dentist will provide a complete consultation to help you choose the right procedures for your condition, concerns, schedule, and budget. We also use advanced technology, such as cone beam imaging, to create your unique treatment plan.

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