Our Restorative Dentistry Services
Smile Brighter with Restorative Dentistry
Our sedation dentistry options will help you through your restorative dentistry treatment to keep your teeth healthy and functional for years to come. See what our dental services can do for you!
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Complete Dentures: These replace all of the teeth in the upper or lower jaw. They can either be conventional (placed after gums have healed) or immediate (placed right after teeth are removed).
Partial Dentures: These are used to replace multiple missing teeth when some natural teeth remain. Partial dentures attach to your remaining teeth and prevent the natural teeth from shifting.
Traditional bridges: These use dental crowns to anchor your new teeth in place.
Cantilever bridges: These are used when there are no teeth on one side of the gap.
Implant bridges: Attach replacement teeth to dental implants surgically placed into your gum tissue and jaw.
We make you feel comfortable and use great care and skill whenever we perform a tooth extraction. After the treatment, we recommend a high-quality cosmetic and restorative treatment to replace the missing tooth.
Dental inlays and onlays can be made from several different materials, including gold and natural-looking porcelain. The difference is that a dental onlay is used when the cusps of the tooth have been affected while an inlay is used when the cusps remain intact. Both are a durable and functional choice for tooth restoration.
- Severe headaches
- Clenching and grinding of the teeth
- Clicking and popping of the jaw
- Misaligned jaw position
- Nitrous Oxide – Inhaled to make you relaxed
- Oral sedation – Take a pill to help calm nerves
- IV sedation – A safe and effective technique
Our skilled sedation dentists will help you determine the best course for you.
“Dr. Paul Wulff always puts me at ease and explains what he is doing. He gives you treatment options that are available to you and lets you know if no treatment is needed. Love this dental office!”
– Judy M. (Actual Patient)
More than 15% of American adults suffer from chronic facial pain, such as jaw pain, headaches, or ear aches
Here are a few signs you may suffering from TMD (TMJ):