Your teeth are extremely important to your day-to-day life, and nothing makes this more apparent than when one or more become decayed or damaged. Rather than working around a problem tooth, the team at Dentistry in Motion can make it look and feel like new again with restorative dentistry. We only use the latest tools and most lifelike materials to repair the teeth and bring back our patients’ confidence at the same time. If your smile is in need of a little help, give us a call today to learn more about your options.
When teeth have been brought down by cavities, physical trauma, or have gone missing altogether, crowns and bridges can make these issues seem like they never existed in the first place. Dental crowns are designed to fit over damaged teeth, protecting them while also fully restoring their function and appearance. And, when placed on either side of one or more missing teeth, they can support a bridge to close the gap, helping a patient eat, speak, and smile without worry.
Over 90% of people will develop a cavity at one point or another despite their best efforts, but dentistry has come up with the perfect fix for this common problem: tooth-colored fillings. Made of a composite resin, they can be shaded to match any patient’s enamel and blend seamlessly into the smile. Better yet, they allow our team to place smaller fillings compared to traditional ones that better preserve the surrounding enamel, making the repaired tooth much stronger as a result.
Our technology enables us to provide our patients with premier care in record time without ever compromising on quality. CEREC uses computer-assisted design and manufacturing to create custom-made crowns in a single visit without needing a messy dental impression. Now, instead of having to attend two appointments and spend time with an unreliable temporary crown, patients can have a tooth fully repaired in just an hour or two. All CEREC crowns are made of 100% dental porcelain to ensure a natural look and strength our patients can trust.
For those missing several or even all of their natural teeth, even the simplest things like deciding what to eat or what to say can become difficult and restrictive. Dentures give us the ability to replace multiple teeth at the same time using a custom-made prosthetic specifically designed for each patient. Partial dentures fit among any remaining teeth like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle, while full dentures sit directly on the gums to restore an entire arch at once.