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Restorative dentistry begins with a thorough evaluation and diagnosis of your dental condition. We use various diagnostic tools, including x-rays, scans and physical examinations, to assess the extent of dental damage or decay. Our team welcomes you to our Oklahoma City, OK office to help you build a personalized treatment plan based on our findings and catered to your needs, wants, and dental goals.

Chipped Tooth Repair

Chipped tooth repair is a dental procedure aimed at restoring the appearance, functionality, and health of a tooth that has suffered a chip or fracture. Whether caused by trauma, biting on hard objects, or natural wear and tear, chipped teeth can be effectively repaired through various dental treatments to ensure a seamless smile and optimal oral function.

The first step in chipped tooth repair is a thorough evaluation by our dentists. We will examine the extent of the chip, assess any underlying damage, and determine the most appropriate treatment option based on your specific case. Treatment options typically include dental bonding, veneers, or crowns.

Composite Dental Fillings

Composite dental fillings, also known as tooth-colored fillings or white fillings, are a popular restorative option for treating dental cavities and restoring damaged teeth. Made of a mixture of plastic and glass particles, composite fillings provide both aesthetic appeal and functional strength, making them a preferred choice for many patients.

Dentures

Dentures provide a cost-effective and non-invasive solution for individuals who have lost multiple or all of their teeth. Dentures are custom-made to fit comfortably and securely in the mouth, allowing patients to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

Full Dentures

Full dentures, also known as complete dentures, are used when all the teeth in the upper or lower jaw are missing. Full dentures are custom-made to fit an individual’s mouth and are held in place with natural suction or denture adhesive.

Partial Dentures

If you retain some natural teeth, but need replacements for those missing, partial dentures are used. Partial dentures not only fill the gaps caused by missing teeth but also prevent the remaining teeth from shifting, maintaining proper alignment.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Full-mouth reconstruction, also known as full-mouth restoration or rehabilitation, consists of multiple treatments in a comprehensive plan that aims to restore the function, aesthetics, and health of the entire mouth. This transformative procedure combines various restorative and cosmetic dental treatments to address multiple dental issues and create a beautiful, functional smile.

Evaluation & Planning

The process begins with a thorough examination and evaluation of your oral health. X-rays, impressions, and digital scans may be taken to assess the condition of your teeth, gums, and jawbone. Our dentists and team work closely with you to understand your goals and preferences to create a customized treatment plan that addresses specific concerns such as tooth decay, gum disease, bite problems, missing teeth, and more.

Multiple Treatment Options

Full-mouth reconstruction can involve a combination of dental treatments, including but not limited to dental crowns, bridges, dentures, orthodontics, and jaw realignment procedures. The specific treatments will depend on your unique needs and desired outcomes. Advanced techniques and technologies, such as digital smile design and computer-guided implant placement, may be utilized to ensure optimal results.

Next-Day Dental Bridges

Using advanced technology and materials, next-day dental bridges can be fabricated quickly. Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems are employed to create a precise and custom-fit bridge. The bridge can be milled from porcelain or zirconia for high-quality appearance and durability.

Immediate Placement

Once the dental bridge is fabricated, it is carefully examined and adjusted by our team to ensure a proper fit and bite alignment. The bridge is then permanently bonded to the prepared teeth or dental implants, providing immediate restoration of missing teeth. You can leave the dental office with a fully functional smile in just one day.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a highly effective solution that helps alleviate pain, restore oral health and avoid tooth extraction. Root canal therapy offers several benefits to patients. Firstly, it eliminates dental pain and discomfort caused by an infected tooth. It also helps preserve the natural tooth, preventing the need for extraction and subsequent tooth replacement options like dental implants or bridges. By restoring the tooth’s functionality, root canal therapy allows patients to chew and speak comfortably. Additionally, the procedure prevents the spread of infection to surrounding teeth and the rest of the body, safeguarding overall health.

Same-Day Dental Crowns

Same-day dental crowns are a revolutionary advancement in restorative dentistry. Unlike traditional crowns that require multiple visits and temporary restorations, same-day crowns are designed, fabricated, and placed in a single dental appointment, saving patients time and offering immediate results.

Digital Impressions & Design

The process begins with our dentists and team using advanced digital technology to take precise 3D images of our patient’s teeth. These digital impressions are then used to design the crown using computer-aided design (CAD) software. We can customize the crown’s shape, size, and color to match your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless blend with your smile.

In-House Milling & Fabrication

Once the crown design is finalized, the data is sent to an in-house milling machine, which precisely carves the crown from a high-quality ceramic block. This milling process takes only a matter of minutes, eliminating the need for a dental laboratory and the waiting time associated with traditional crown fabrication.

Immediate Placement

After the crown is milled, it is carefully examined and adjusted to ensure a perfect fit. The crown is then permanently bonded to the prepared tooth using dental cement, offering immediate restoration and functionality. Patients can leave the dental office with their new crown in place, eliminating the need for temporary crowns and multiple appointments.

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