Crowns are a restorations used to strengthen a tooth and replace large areas of tooth structure that have been lost to fracture, decay or failure of large fillings.  They are made of strong ceramic materials that appear very natural.


Implants are the most natural way we have to replace missing teeth, since they are anchored in the bone.  They can support crowns, bridges, partials and dentures in a variety of ways.  We can explain your options and help you decide what is best for you.


A bridge replaces a tooth with a strong, tooth-colored ceramic that is bonded to the adjacent teeth for support.


Partials replace one, a few or several teeth in one arch.  They can be fabricated from different materials depending on length of service required.


This is an option to replace multiple missing teeth that covers the remaining teeth but is removable for cleaning.


Maintain optimal oral function and aesthetics with All-on-4 same-day teeth replacement. Using state-of-the-art technology, an entire arch of artificial teeth can be anchored to several implants, allowing increased stability of the teeth, no need to remove them, and no coverage of the palate.  This option can replace hopeless teeth so you never need be without your teeth, or can be a transition from unsuccessful dentures.

If you are a candidate for any of these teeth replacement options, we will carefully explain them and help you decide which is best for you.