Bonding is a composite resin that is used to improve the appearance of discolored or chipped tooth. Bonding is most often used for cosmetic dentistry.
A synthetic porcelain cap that is placed on top of an existing tooth after it has been prepared by our doctor. Crowns will restore utility and appearance to a tooth, usually after procedures such as a root canal. Other reasons a crown may be necessary is when a cracked tooth need to be cover to prevent future damage. Bridges may also need to be attached in addition to, covering implants or discolored fillings that need restoration.
Bridges are natural looking dental appliances that replace sections of missing teeth. Bridges are bonded to existing teeth or implants and are sometimes referred to as fixed partial dentures. Bridges are usually made of porcelain or a combination of materials.
Tooth Extraction is done when a tooth has been damaged my decay and or cracks. Sometimes a tooth can be saved by either a filling or crown instead of an extraction and you dentist will determine this upon his preliminary examination.
Fillings restore a damaged tooth back to a natural looking and functioning shape, preventing further tooth decay. Once the tooth decay is removed, leaving only a healthy tooth. It is then is filled in with porcelain or other materials such as, composite resin, gold or amalgam.
Root canals removes the nerve and pulp of an infected or achy tooth. This procedure is a treatment use in case when a tooth can be saved and restored instead of removing it. Our Dentist will determine the correct treatment plan during the evaluation. Depending on the complexity of the case, a root canal can be finished under one hour.
Veneers are a porcelain or composite resin material that are bonded to the surfaces of your teeth. Veneers are a natural looking way to improve the appearance of your teeth. Dr. Weber’s 32 years of professional experience has made him a leader in cosmetic dentistry.