Dental Implants

Restorative Dentistry and Implants

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Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing and replacing damaged teeth. Whether you have a cavity, cracked tooth, or missing tooth, our restorative dentist can help restore your teeth to their original condition. Common procedures include fillings, crowns, bridges, and root canals.

Fillings are used to repair cavities caused by decay. Crowns are used to cover and protect a weak or damaged tooth from further damage. Bridges are used to replace missing teeth by connecting an artificial tooth to the adjacent natural teeth. Root canals are used to remove infection from the inside of the tooth and prevent it from spreading further.


Single Tooth Implants

A single tooth implant is a surgical procedure that replaces a missing tooth with an artificial tooth root that is embedded in the jawbone. The artificial tooth root is then topped with a replacement tooth that can be a crown, a bridge, or a veneer.

Single tooth implants are a popular choice for people who have lost one or more teeth. They can help to improve the appearance of your smile, restore your ability to chew, and reduce the risk of bone loss. Single tooth implants are a safe and effective procedure. They have been shown to last for many years, and they can provide a natural-looking and functional smile.

If you are interested in single tooth implants, be sure to talk to your dentist about the procedure. Dr. Trinh can help you determine if single tooth implants are right for you and can answer any questions you have about the procedure.


Cosmetic Implants

Smiling is one of the most important ways to express yourself and show your confidence. Unfortunately, missing multiple teeth can make it difficult to feel confident in your smile. Thankfully, cosmetic dental implants can change that!

Cosmetic dental implants provide the best of both worlds when it comes to function and aesthetics. They are securely anchored into the jaw bone for maximum comfort and durability, while the replacement tooth or dental crown is made of tooth-colored porcelain so that it looks, feels and functions just like a real tooth.

The process of getting cosmetic dental implants begins with a consultation with your dentist. During this time, they will assess your oral health and determine if you are a good candidate for cosmetic dental implants. If approved, the implant itself will be surgically placed in your jawbone, where it will take several months to heal before the permanent replacement tooth is attached.

Once fully healed, you can enjoy all of the benefits that come with having cosmetic dental implants, such as improved chewing ability, better speech clarity, and an overall more natural-looking smile. With proper care and maintenance, cosmetic dental implants can last a lifetime!