Crowns - When your tooth is likely to break, or is too broken to be fixed with a filling, we recommend using full coverage restorations
known as crowns. These are often done following root canal treatment, or when a large filling has broken down. Crowns help to protect your
weakened tooth, and give it the strength and protection it needs to prevent it from breaking.
Dentures - While there are many different types of dentures, they all provide wearer with the same benefits. Dentures replace your teeth
if they have become loose or have been lost.
Implants - A dental implant is one option available to you if you have lost a tooth. Implants are a permanent solution and have some
advantages over bridge work as they do not stress the surrounding teeth for support. Also, if the replacement tooth ever wears out, it can be
Root Canal Treatment - Root canal treatment is needed when infection has reached the tooth pulp. Additionally, deep restorations or trauma
to the tooth may cause nerve damage, which may require root canal treatment.
Bridges - If you have a missing tooth or teeth, bridges are an option for filling that empty space.
TMJ Treatments - The technical term for TMJ is temporal-mandibular joint. Misalignment of teeth, trauma, or muscle tension can lead to
problems in this area, which can include:
We provide a number of treatments if you are suffering from this condition.
- Trouble or soreness when opening and closing your mouth
- Clicking or popping of your jaw
- Pain in your jaw muscles
- Soreness in the area, which can extend to your face