Implant therapy

When a missing tooth needs to be replaced, the patient generally has a choice of a fixed bridge, a removable partial denture, possibly an implant-supported tooth, or a bonded-type of bridge (the Maryland Bridge). The obvious advantage of a fixed bridge over a removable denture is that it is both non-removable and more stable. In its simplest form, with one tooth missing and a natural tooth on either side, a bridge is cemented over prepared abutments(abutments: the natural teeth on either side of the empty space, which have been reduced in size to accommodate the bridge). Assuming all procedures are properly performed and the bridge is correctly designed, this prosthesis can and should function for many years.

Other procedures that we perform at our office:

Periodontal TreatmentsRoot Canal TherapyCosmetic Therapy
ReconstructionTreatment of CavitiesMinimally Invasive Therapy