Dental implants are small metal posts that are surgically placed in the jawbone. Once your bone has healed and fused around them, they provide unparalleled stability for a restoration. Drs. Khaled Eldin and Mouner Amer perform all aspects of implant placement and restoration here in our office. They can even perform a bone graft or sinus lift to build a more stable foundation for your implants. In addition to providing enhanced stability and durability, implant-supported restorations can stop jawbone degeneration and further tooth loss.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped restoration that fits on top of your damaged tooth to restore its appearance and function. We can also supply an implant-supported crown to replace a missing tooth. We have worked with the same local lab for a decade. Their technicians will provide a beautiful restoration that will be a near-perfect match to your smile. You can choose a crown made from metal, porcelain-fused-to-metal or metal-free crowns such as all-porcelain, or zirconia.
Dental bridges can replace multiple missing teeth in a row. We offer traditional dental bridges, held in place by crowns, metal-free bridges as well as implant-supported bridges. Both can be good options, depending on your health needs and budget. Like our crowns, our bridges are created at a local dental lab. You can choose from several different high quality materials. In addition to restoring your smile and dental function, a bridge will prevent your other teeth from shifting out of place.
Modern dentures are custom-made, including over denture implant using digital imaging and computerized fabrication techniques. Removable dentures will nestle securely and comfortably around your gums. Though you will still need to use adhesive, the restoration may be more stable than you ever thought possible. We also offer implant-supported dentures, and we can often convert your old restoration into an implant-supported denture. With this type of restoration, you can enjoy the ultimate in stability and durability.
Inlays and onlays are custom-made restorations that protect the chewing surfaces of your molars. They are considered more conservative than dental crowns, since your dentist will not need to remove as much of your tooth structure before your restoration is placed. At the same time, however, these restorations can address very large cavities that are too extensive for a simple filling. Like crowns, inlays and onlays will be made from impressions of your teeth, and you can choose from several different materials.
Full mouth reconstruction is an extensive and customized procedure intended for patients with widespread dental damage. If you suffer from missing teeth, decay, misalignment, or other concerns, full mouth reconstruction may be right for you. Along with restorative procedure, patients often combine porcelain veneers, root canal therapy, braces, or Invisalign® into their treatment. Your dentist will consider your health needs, along with your cosmetic goals and budget, when designing your reconstruction.