Restorative dentistry is designed to correct dental concerns by restoring the appearance and function of your teeth. Whether you need to fix a damaged tooth or replace a missing one, our experienced dentists, Dr. Todd Mabry and Dr. Colleen Murphy can help you find the most beneficial treatment for your needs with custom-made restorations.
Implant dentures offer a more life-like alternative to traditional dentures, helping you chew, talk, and smile more naturally. By anchoring your full-arch teeth replacement with a series of dental implants, you can obtain a secure new set of teeth that eliminates many of the frustrations associated with removable dentures.
With CEREC technology, dental restorations can be custom-made and placed during the same day, without the need for a follow-up appointment. Our dentists utilize this advanced CAD/CAM system to scan your teeth, after which they can design and fabricate your new restoration. From crowns and bridges to inlays and onlays, CEREC restorations provide a convenient solution to common dental problems.
A porcelain crown is designed to be a permanent solution for teeth that are badly damaged or heavily decayed. Often placed after a root canal, as part of a dental implant or bridge, or as remedy for a tooth that cannot be restored with a filling, porcelain dental crowns cover the entire tooth and can provide significant improvement in both the function and appearance of your teeth. They are custom-designed for the most accurate and precise fit, and color-tinted to match your surrounding teeth. Porcelain dental crowns are made to look and feel like your natural teeth – in fact, others will likely not even know you have one unless you tell them!
For patients who may be considering alternatives to dental implants as reliable replacements for missing teeth, full and partial sets of dentures are still very good treatment options. Dentures made to replace some or all of your teeth can improve your chewing and speaking ability while restoring the appearance of your smile. They can be placed in both the upper and the lower parts of your mouth, and are designed to comfortably mimic your natural teeth.