Dental Implants are an ideal way to permanently replace a lost tooth. Just one lost tooth can cause other teeth to shift, or cause the jawbone to shrink. The dental implant performs the function of the lost tooth's root by anchoring a porcelain bridge or crown to the jawbone.
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Fillings are the traditional method of halting tooth decay. The cavity is filled with a metal amalgam to restore the shape and function of the tooth, as well as stop the pain of tooth decay. Don't wait for decay to advance, call now to make an appointment.
Composite (Tooth-Colored) Fillings
Tooth-colored fillings perform the same function as traditional metal fillings; they are used to block up cavities and stop decay. However, the tooth-colored fillings are carefully constructed to match the original shade of your tooth, and will blend seamlessly into your smile. They are also more malleable than traditional fillings, giving the dentist more control over the final result.
Dr. Lampl can fill a new cavity with a tooth-colored filling, or replace your old metal fillings with newer, more attractive tooth-colored ones! Call today to schedule your appointment.
Crowns are natural looking caps that fit over a chipped, cracked, stained, or damaged teeth. They provide extra support and resistance to further injury, and can also provide a more attractive exterior for the tooth.
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Bridges are a series of artificial teeth used to span the gap created by lost teeth. They are fixed in place and can only be removed by a dentist; this allows them to function just as your natural teeth would. Dr. Lampl will closely match the color and shape of your existing teeth to create a flawless result. Call us today to restore your smile.
Porcelain Inlays and Onlays
Porcelain Inlays are tooth-colored alternatives to metal fillings. Dr. Lampl can assess the degree of tooth decay, and then custom-make a porcelain inlay to stop the damage and restore the tooth to its normal function. Onlays cover surface damage, but are less extensive than a dental crown. Call today to make an appointment.