Restorative Dentistry Procedures for Tooth Replacement
Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth. Implants are titanium posts that are surgically embedded in the jawbone to replace lost tooth roots and provide the ultimate support for crowns, bridges, and dentures. Implants also prevent the jawbone atrophy that follows the loss of a tooth.
Our dentists can use crowns to restore dental implants, protect weakened teeth, and cover irregularly shaped or discolored teeth. We work with highly skilled technicians who create beautiful dental crowns that are custom-designed to blend in seamlessly with your smile.
When a patient has suffered significant tooth loss, dentures can replace the missing teeth and restore form and function. Our dentists and partnering laboratory team will create beautiful prosthetic teeth that look and feel like your natural teeth. Dentures can be held in place by adhesives or secured to dental implants for unrivaled comfort and security.
If you don’t need full dentures, partial dentures can be crafted to fit either the upper or lower jaw. Partial dentures can replace any missing teeth and keep the supporting structures as pristine as possible to prevent tooth decay and gum problems from occurring beneath the restoration. Partial dentures can also be made from a variety of cosmetic materials.
Patients with a number of dental health problems can benefit from a comprehensive full mouth reconstruction procedure. Our dentists will create a personalized treatment plan that combines multiple treatments to completely restore your oral health.
Fixed bridge work is an extension of crown therapy to replace missing teeth. Fixed bridges are made here to be esthetic, functional, and cleansable. We carefully evaluate the abutment teeth as to their suitability for support for long-time success.
Dental fillings help restore the shape and structure of teeth that have been damaged by decay, trauma, and cavities. By filling the damaged portion of the teeth, strength and durability is restored, making it easier and more comfortable to chew, eat, and smile with greater comfort.
Dental implant surgery is simple and straightforward, and Dr. Berger has over twenty years of successfully placing dental implants that last a lifetime. During your private consultation, Dr. Berger can determine your candidacy for implant surgery.