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Restorative Dentistry

Root canal treatment: This is needed when a tooth’s nerve becomes infected and causes pain. The infected nerve is removed, cleaned and disinfected, then filled.

Fillings: When a tooth decays, it leaves the tooth vulnerable to infection and further decay. A filling will help restore the tooth and prevent further decay of that tooth as well as surrounding teeth.

Implants: Are a titanium screw that is placed into the bone and a crown is placed on top. These are used to replace missing teeth.

Bridges: Crowns are attached to existing natural teeth to fill the gap of a missing tooth.

Extractions: When a dentist is unable to save a tooth due to decay or disease, the tooth is removed.

Crowns: Crowns are an artificial cap that fits over a tooth to restore its shape, size or strength.

Dentures: Dentures are a partial or full set of artificial teeth or an appliance designed to replace natural teeth.

OPG: An OPG is an x-ray that takes images of your entire jaw, including teeth, sinuses, TMJ (jaw joints) and the bone of the upper and lower jaw. It is a very effective diagnostic tool for a wide range of medical conditions, including wisdom teeth, sinus problems and diagnosis of bone disease. We recommend an OPG every 4-5 years for a complete dental health examination.


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