Do you have cavities or cracked, misshapen, or damaged teeth that make you hesitant to smile? Read on to learn more about your treatment options.
We treat cavities with tooth-coloured or silver dental fillings. These restorations are accomplished in just one appointment.
Crowns are a better option for deeper cavities, cracks, and damage to a large portion of the tooth. In two sessions, we can fit you with a custom-made crown that provides a full-coverage restoration.
A dental bridge extends across an area where one or more teeth have been removed. A bridge is held firmly in place by your natural teeth on either side of the missing tooth or teeth.
If your remaining teeth are unable to support a bridge, a partial denture may be your best option. Partial dentures are made up of one or more artificial teeth that are supported by a metal and acrylic framework and are held in place by clasps.
When all of your natural teeth are missing, a full denture or "false teeth" is the recommended treatment. Complete dentures are removable and held in place by suction or dental implants.
A dental implant is made out of titanium and is inserted into your jawbone where you are missing teeth . It generally takes three to six months for an implant to heal. After healing takes place, the implant acts as an anchor to hold the replacement tooth. Implants feel and function just like your natural teeth.
By far the best dental office ever!
I have seen dentists on both sides, dr. Harle and dr. Natsis. The quality and care they have for their patients is beyond excellent. I have had everything from an exam, to a cleaning, to extractions of teeth. I have been going here for 20 + years. And my daughter now goes there too. If you ever have an emergency they will do their very best to try to get you in the same day. Never had a bad experience here before!!
- Jenn D
Whether you have a cavity or your teeth are damaged, misshapen, or missing, our practice has many restorative treatment options available. If you’re ready to get started on your personalized treatment plan, contact Dr. Natsis today.
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