To ensure overall oral health, missing or damaged teeth need to be replaced or restored by a licensed dentist. At Crossroads Family Dental, you will be provided with a personalized treatment plan that is right for you to get your smile back to its best. Read below about some of the restorative services we offer.
Same Day Crowns
Damage to a tooth can place the interior at risk for bacterial invasion and infection. A crown is a dental restoration that encases the entire surface of a damaged tooth, providing it with strength, protecting it from further harm, and preventing infection. Read more about Same Day Crowns.
Implant Crown Restorations
Dental implants are typically a permanent restoration for missing teeth. However, there are sometimes when the crowns may be damaged and they will need to be replaced. Read more about Implants and Restorations.
All on 4 Dental Implants
The All-on-4® Treatment Concept was designed to replace an entire mouth of missing teeth when you have suffered too much bone loss for regular dental implants. Sometimes, the ceramic crowns used for your All-on-4® Treatment Concept implants can experience damage. If this happens, we can help. Read more about All on 4.
Dentures and Implant Dentures
Full dentures are made to replace an entire arch of missing (or unsalvageable) teeth. Partial dentures are designed, as the name suggests, to replace sections of missing teeth. Read more about Dentures and Implant Dentures.
Root Canal Procedure
Infections in your teeth are the result of bacteria getting into the inner layer. The only way to remove an infection inside the tooth is with a root canal. Read more about a Root Canal Procedure.
When a tooth is damaged, we typically try to do everything we can to save it, keeping the natural tooth within its socket. However, there are some instances when this is not possible. Extractions are often reserved for when there are no other options left. Read more about Tooth Extraction.
Bone grafting involves transplanting bone tissue. In the field of dentistry, it is most commonly completed so that there is enough bone available to support dental implants. Read more about Bone Grafting.