Socket Preservation- a procedure in which graft bone material is placed in the socket of an extracted tooth at the time of extraction, to preserve the bone.
Crown lengthening- a surgical procedure used to expose a greater amount of tooth structure for the purpose of restoring the tooth with a crown. This is done by predictably removing a given height of bone from the circumference of the tooth.
Dental implants are the tooth replacement option most like your natural teeth. Implanted in your jawbone, these tooth replacements are attractive, easy to care for, fully functional, and capable of lasting your entire life.
Nightguards are prescribed for several reasons. Many people grind and clench during the nighttime and this leads to tooth wear, trauma, temperature sensitivity, bite issues, and cosmetic concerns. When people brux, or grind their teeth, the TMJ (temporomandibular joint) can be damaged and muscles become tender or painful. Nightguards, a.k.a splints, prevent tooth wear and reduce strain on the TMJ which relaxes the muscles of the head and neck. Sport Mouth Guards- custom fit guards to protect teeth/gums from trauma during sports activities.
Everyone loves a bright white smile. If you aren’t bleaching then your teeth are darkening. A simple and easy way to achieve a brighter, healthier looking smile! Several take-home whitening with Philips Zoom day white bleach and sheer White Strips.
A great restoration because of their high success rate and the fact that they preserve bone. When a tooth is pulled, bone shrinks; implants prevent this and so preserve the bone height. Another advantage is that the adjacent teeth are not touched, unlike a bridge where the adjacent teeth are utilized and reduced to make room for restorative materials.