It’s true that teeth are made from the strongest material in the human body. However, they can still wear down and even fracture over time, especially if you are older or have let your at-home oral care go by the wayside. If a tooth does become damaged, there’s a good chance you’ll need to have treatment to bring back its function and natural luster. Shiloh Family Dental provides long-lasting restorations that are both natural-looking and capable of resolving many dental concerns. To restore your smile, give our practice a call today!
If you already have dental fillings, there’s a chance that they are made from a metal material called silver amalgam. Our office opts for tooth-colored versions instead which are made from composite resin, a material completely free of metals. Not only does this allow us to color-match dental fillings to blend in effectively with your existing tooth but we don’t have to remove any enamel just to ensure the filling stays in place. Whether you have recent cavities that need attention or you want to replace your old silver fillings, we can do so quite easily.
Dental crowns are incredibly versatile, which is why they’re used so often in dentistry. They can cover teeth that are cracked, chipped, stained or misshapen, restoring the tooth’s original function quite effectively. However, they can also be used to replace missing teeth, making your smile complete. Whether you need dental crowns to create a complex bridge or denture or you need to repair teeth for cosmetic or restorative purposes, you can expect it to look natural when you choose our office for care.
Tired of having to wait for weeks just to have a permanent restoration placed? Using dedicated CEREC technology, not only can we design your permanent crown, but we can fabricate it as well and place it onto your tooth, all in the same appointment. It means we can also skip the uncomfortable process of asking you to bite down into gray impression material just to capture an impression. Utilizing a digital impression scanner also works to reduce human error and remove the need for wearing a temporary crown.