Exceptional Crowns, Bridges, Root Canals, and Dentures
Take Advantage of the Latest Dental Procedures
If you need a crown, root canal, or denture, count on Summit Family Dentistry to deliver exceptional work. With over 20 years of experience, our dentist has the know-how you can trust! You'll also have peace of mind knowing that we utilize the latest equipment and procedures to keep your teeth looking their best.
Crowns and Bridges
A crown is ideal for replacing a large filling when there is not enough of your tooth left or to protect a weak tooth from breakage.
Porcelain crowns are better than any other crown type when it comes to matching natural color. If you have a metal allergy, this type of crown will work best for you.
Affixed to the natural tooth, a porcelain crown enhances the shape, color, or length of your tooth. A porcelain crown also happens to be the perfect alternative for the treatment of cracked teeth.
Porcelain crowns can improve your confidence by effectively fixing dental issues. They are made of dental ceramic materials and have a translucency that replicates the natural enamel of your teeth. Dental crowns that are made of porcelain and fused to metal are also available.
There are a few different options of bridges for you to choose from. A removable bridge can be taken out while a fixed bridge can only be removed by a dentist. Dental bridges are anchored by other teeth allowing them to effectively replace your missing teeth.
Bridges not only restore your smile, but also improve your ability to chew properly.
A root canal is a treatment that is used to repair a tooth that is too decayed for a filling to be an option.
A root canal is a safe way of saving your teeth. The origination of the term "root canal" came about because the process involves the cleaning of the canals inside a tooth's root.
To make sure you'll be comfortable during a root canal procedure, a local anesthesia is usually given.
Dentures are prosthetic devices that are made to replace lost teeth. The two types of dentures available for you to choose from are complete and partial dentures.
If you are missing all of the teeth in a single arch, you would normally wear complete dentures. If you're only missing a few of your teeth on an arch, a partial denture typically works best.
The great thing about dentures is that they resemble your natural teeth and may even improve the look of your smile.