Restorative Dentistry Procedures
Sometimes, even if you follow all of the suggested practices for quality at-home dental care, you need the help of dentists like ours to restore your smile.
That’s why Winslett & Walls offers a variety of restorative procedures using only the latest in dental technologies. A first impression starts with your smile, so yours needs to be in top shape. Whether it’s a filling or something that requires a long-term plan, we’re here to help.
Our Restorative Dental Procedures Include:
Our dentists use only the most advanced tooth fillings, made from tooth-colored materials to offer you subtle, flattering options that blend in with your natural teeth. Tooth colored fillings are made of materials that are both durable and aesthetic.
Dental crowns cover and protect teeth that have broken, are weak, worn down, or have a large filling. They can also be used to attach a bridge to cover areas where teeth are missing. Various materials can be used to make crowns (sometimes called ) caps, including porcelain or metal alloys. After your dentist takes X-rays to asses the tooth, surrounding bone, and filling conditions, he or she can discuss which type of crown is right for you. Once the crown is made, it is cemented into place, blending in with your natural teeth.
Dental implants are synthetic replacements for natural teeth that are anchored in the patient’s bone and attached to a dental crown. Because implanted teeth are fixed and not removable, they emulate the comfort, appearance and function of natural teeth.
Dentures not only improve the look of your smile, but can also have a significant impact on your overall oral health, appearance, and speech. Two types of dentures are available – complete and partial dentures, which your dentist will be able to review with you in order to select which type will work best.
Mini Dental Implants
Mini dental implants are a fast and cost-effective way to secure loose dentures and reinforce good oral health. In some cases, our dentists have even been able to utilize a patient’s existing dentures to make the procedure even more affordable and efficient.