Accidents happen and at Definition Dental Studio we offer Restorative Dentistry to address the issues that make eating and smiling difficult. Dental pain, tooth loss, and traumatic injury are some of the reasons that Restorative Dentistry might be right for you. These problems, if ignored, can lead to other major health issues and symptoms including headaches, infections, additional tooth loss, heart disease, and more.
Unlike veneers, crowns cover the entire tooth and is a required step after any root canal procedure. Crowns can now be color matched to the shade of your other natural teeth!
If you are missing a tooth or missing teeth or want a more permanent solution then dentures and partials, implants are a great solution! When teeth are missing, the surrounding teeth move into the space, which may lead to further tooth loss. A dental implant is affixed to the jaw bone to mimic a tooth and tooth root, keeping the surrounding teeth in line, and restoring function. Plus, it is natural so it looks and feels like your original tooth or teeth.
Dentures & Partials
Dentures and partials are artificial structures that replace some teeth (partials) or all teeth (dentures), which are custom designed to properly mold to the unique shape of your mouth. Dentures and partials restore function for talking and eating.
After tooth decay (or a cavity) has been properly removed, a filling is placed inside the tooth to prevent the build-up of additional bacteria and new decay. Our fillings are tooth-colored composite resin so it has a natural appearance to your smile.
Dental bridges, like dental implants, are also a more permanent solution to partials. The artificial structure is attached to two crowns, which are placed over the existing teeth adjacent to several missing teeth. The existing teeth are augmented for proper placement of the crowns and mimic the look of a full row of teeth.
Root Canal Therapy
Root Canal Therapy is a process used to remove decayed dental pulp (also known as the root). Once the decay is removed and cleaned, the remaining healthy root is left to support the tooth. A crown is then placed to prevent bacteria from entering the tooth.