Replacing Missing Teeth
An implant is the best way to replace a missing tooth today. It functions the most like a natural tooth and is not prone to decay (although you do have to keep it clean). Implants require two phases, the first where the oral surgeon places the substructure and the second where we make a beautiful tooth to attach to that substructure.
A bridge is a great way to replace a missing tooth, especially when the teeth on either side of the empty space need a crown or if an implant is not a viable option.
Partials are typically an economical way to replace missing teeth. They are a removable appliance that fills gaps left by missing teeth. To make them more secure and functional they can be made, or retrofitted, to attach to implants.
We make beautiful and functional dentures. We pay attention to the details to make sure we fabricate one that fits as well as possible. They can be made, or retrofitted, to snap on and off implants for added support and security.
We do some extractions. When it appears that it may be a more complicated case we will refer to the oral surgeon.