Restorative Dentistry Treatments Give Patients Back Functionality
Dental implants support a variety of dental prostheses, from crowns to dentures. These small, titanium posts are surgically inserted within the jaw bone, where the jaw grows around and fuses with the implants over time. Our Philadelphia dental implant specialists work closely with patients to create a plan for dental implants and restorations that give back patients full oral function.
Tooth loss can be a symptom of disease or can simply be the result of the aging process. Regardless of its cause, living without teeth not only damages your appearance but can also be detrimental to your health. Dentures are a sensible option for people who are missing some or all of their teeth. Made to perfectly resemble the appearance of natural teeth, dentures at our Philadelphia offices can restore your appearance and help you return to healthy eating habits. We offer both partial and full dentures to our Philadelphia patients.
Many who wear dentures know that keeping them in place is often difficult, especially for those with lower dentures. Dental implants can stabilize existing dentures, putting an end to dentures that slip out of place or move while you are eating or speaking. Implant-retained dentures are anchored in place, feeling and acting more like your natural teeth. Philadelphia dentures may be the best option for you. For more information about implant-restrained dentures, contact our Philadelphia staff today to schedule an appointment.
Though the dental crown procedure usually takes two visits to our Philadelphia office, it is a procedure that requires a relatively short amount of time in the dental chair. Our Philadelphia Dental crowns provide a natural-looking tooth restoration option that can preserve your tooth for years to come. Contact our practice to learn more about dental crowns.
A dental bridge is a mode of tooth replacement that anchors a false tooth between two surrounding teeth. This method of tooth replacement eliminates aesthetic concerns associated with tooth loss and restores the function of your teeth. Often used to replace a tooth following an extraction, Philadelphia dental bridges are typically covered by most dental insurance plans.
If you suffer from multiple restorative and aesthetic concerns, an individually tailored full mouth reconstruction can restore the function and appearance of your smile. Your treatment plan may be personalized to clear up gum disease, replace missing teeth, correct damage from decay or infection, and more.