Oral hygiene should be a regular routine for everyone and for most, it is. Unfortunately, even with the best of care, sometimes issues will develop and often when least expected. When they do, they usually require some advanced restorative dentistry procedures to bring back your smile and confidence and restore your oral health.
Keeping your natural teeth is always the preferred option, but if that’s not possible, we will be ready to create a viable solution to correct anything you need whether it’s damaged, decayed or missing teeth. Thanks to modern dentistry and digital dentistry your smile can be revitalized and made even better than before with restoration treatments including porcelain crowns, porcelain veneers, dental bridges, partial dentures, full dentures, and implants.
Our team is always looking for the best long-term solution for whatever issue has presented itself. We believe that all dentistry should be cosmetic and we genuinely care about your well-being and the health of your smile. When you come to us, you can rest assured that every
option and procedure will end up looking as good as it feels. Dr. Baer not only teaches other dentists on how to do restorative dentistry, but he helps them to understand the importance of choosing the proper material to restore each individual tooth.
When you come in we will work with you to design a plan that fits your budget and schedule and co-develop a plan to get your mouth healthy and your smile back.
Our restorative services include:
Dental crowns and Onlays are ideal for repairing damaged, broken teeth, as well as offering protection after a root canal. Additionally, they work as anchors for dental bridges. This is accomplished by attaching one to each tooth on either side of your gap and then holding between them the new artificial teeth. This solution stays in place and fills back in the smile you were born with.
If it were possible for any single procedure to bring terror into the hearts of dental patients, it would be this one. Root canals have managed to develop a bad reputation of almost mythical proportion.
But, NO MORE! We encourage you to spread the news across the land that root canals are not designed to cause you pain, they are, in fact, a means to STOP it. And, while they are stopping the pain, they will also be working to save your tooth. During this procedure, the nerve tissue inside the tooth will be removed, the tooth will be sealed with a material to close the space. It will then need a dental crown to protect it from fracture. When it’s all over you and your tooth will feel good as new. All without creating a gaping hole in your gums.
From single tooth extraction to multiple teeth removal to specialized procedures such as dental implants you can count on our oral surgery options. We work hard to keep your experience as comfortable and pain-free as we can. Ask us about the different sedation options available.
Most Dentists think the invention of dental implants are the best thing since sliced bread and penicillin. Unlike traditional dentures, dental implants replace the root within the jaw bone to better maintain your natural facial features. These restoration implants are made up of 3 parts – the implant, an abutment and a crown. The implant is a titanium post which is surgically inserted into your jaw bone where the original root of the extracted tooth was. The abutment is the “stump” the screws into the implant and creates a foundation for the crown that will sit on top of it. The crown is what looks like a tooth and is made of a tooth colored ceramic or glass and it is specially created to replicate your natural tooth as closely as possible. Together they all create a whole new tooth that is even stronger and more durable than your original.
We all know from our childhood experiences of losing our baby teeth that even one missing tooth can make it difficult to eat easily and talk correctly. And, while as kids we liked to show off those gaps in our smiles as a sign that we were getting older, as adults, missing teeth can just make us feel self-conscience about our looks.
Not to worry, with custom dentures to replace your missing teeth we will bring back your confidence and your full smile. Custom dentures are a great tooth alternative, especially for patients who don’t qualify for implant restorations. Plus, unlike mass produced false teeth, the partial and full dentures you receive from us will be custom designed to replace your natural
Call us today for a consultation to find out what restorative dentistry option is the right choice for you.