Restorative Dentistry

Dental Fillings

   Once a cavity has been treated, our office uses tooth-colored composite resin to aesthetically strengthen the tooth. Compared with amalgam, composite resin fillings generally require less tooth removal and have a lower incidence of cracking the remaining tooth structure.   

Dental Crowns

  A traditional crown is used to protect a damaged tooth and an implant-supported crown can replace a missing tooth. By reinforcing structure and enhancing your smile, crowns provide cosmetic as well as oral health benefits. Our dentist generally uses porcelain and ceramic crowns, due to their strength and aesthetics.   

Dental Bridges

  If you are missing one to three teeth, you may be a good candidate for a dental bridge. Our dentist offers both traditional and implant-supported bridges, restorations made of artificial teeth. Our dentist will ensure that your dental bridge looks virtually identical to natural teeth.

Dental Implantation

  For patients with missing teeth, our dentist is experienced with all aspects of dental implant treatment. Implant is surgically embedded in the patient’s jaw. Upon healing, the implant serves as a firm base for a bridge, crown, or denture.  


  Whether you are missing some or all of your teeth, dentures can restore oral health, function, and appearance. Our office offers both traditional dentures and implant-supported dentures. Implant-supported dentures offer unparalleled stability. However, traditional dentures generally cost less.

Full Mouth Rescontruction

For patients with multiple dental and oral health concerns, our office may recommend full mouth reconstruction, a custom combination of procedures. A full mouth treatment plan may include implants, oral surgery, root canal therapy, extraction, orthodontics, crowns, inlays, bridges, or dentures.