Restorative Dentistry to Meet All of Your Dental Health Needs

Dental Implants

Dental implants are small titanium posts surgically embedded in the jaw to simulate tooth roots and support dental restorations, such as crowns and dentures. Dental implants offer the most stable anchor for permanent replacement teeth. In addition to providing extremely secure support, dental implants prevent the jawbone from deteriorating due to the absence of natural tooth roots. Dr. Art Carpenter is skilled and experienced in placing and restoring dental implants for patients who are missing a single tooth or all of their teeth.

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Missing teeth can lead to a variety of cosmetic and oral health problems. We provide high-quality dentures to replace some or all of your teeth, returning form and function to your smile. For the best stability, we can fit you with implant-supported dentures that will never shift or slip out of place. For patients with some remaining natural teeth, we can customize a Cu-Sil® partial denture that offers a much better fit and stability than traditional full or partial dentures. 

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Inlays and Onlays

Also known as indirect fillings, inlays and onlays restore teeth that have decay and structural damage. Inlays and onlays restore the biting surface of the molars; inlays replace lost tooth structure within the indented area of the tooth, and onlays replace the indented surface and the cusps. Unlike fillings, these restorations are fabricated by a dental laboratory before being fitted and bonded to the damaged tooth. Benefits include preserving as much of the healthy tooth as possible, and restoring optimal form and function. 

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Tooth-colored Fillings

Fillings are used to restore tooth structure that has been lost to a cavity, or tooth decay. They can also be used to repair cracked, broken, or worn-down teeth. We use tooth-colored composite fillings to maintain a natural-looking, metal-free smile. If you currently have metal (amalgam) fillings, we recommend replacing them with tooth-colored composite fillings that not only look better, but are also longer-lasting.

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Dental Bridges

Dental bridges fill the gap left by one or more missing teeth to restore your appearance and maintain the health of your smile. Our meticulous process includes a full diagnostic wax-up and a trial or temporary bridge to ensure the best outcome. If you decide to undergo treatment, we use high-quality metal-free, zirconia, or IPS e.max® dental bridges that look natural and fit precisely. These restorations are crafted by a skilled dental ceramicist at our partner lab.

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Dental Crowns 

Dental crowns are used to strengthen and preserve a tooth that has been broken or become severely decayed. Its purpose is to preserve the healthy remaining portion of the tooth and restore its normal functionality. Unlike fillings, inlays, or onlays, crowns completely encase the entire visible portion of the tooth. They are effective in returning strength to a tooth, and can restore its natural shape, size, and appearance. Implant-supported crowns can also replace a missing tooth.

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Bone Graft

Following tooth loss, the jawbone may begin to deteriorate. As dental implants rely on the jawbone for support, jawbone atrophy can impact your candidacy for treatment. We can harvest bone tissue from another area of your mouth or use donor or synthetic bone to repair the integrity of your jaw.

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Sinus Lift

After tooth loss, the maxillary sinus may begin to crowd the jaw, making it difficult to replace missing teeth with implants. During treatment, we can lift the sinus membrane and pack the tooth socket with bone grafting material to restore your candidacy for dental implants.

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