Tooth Colored Fillings: Composite fillings or tooth colored fillings work the same as amalgam (silver) fillings. They are used to fill cavities in order to avoid further decay and restore proper shape and function to each tooth.
Crowns: A crown is a covering that sits over the top of the tooth creating a tooth surface to protect, cover, seal and strengthen your tooth.
Inlays & Onlays: Inlays and Onlays are an indirect restoration consisting of a solid substance usually gold or porcelain fitted to a cavity in a tooth and cemented into place.
Bridges: Dental bridges are fake teeth, which are anchored onto neighboring teeth in order to replace one or more missing teeth. The false tooth is known as a pontic and is fused in between two crowns that serve as retainers by attaching to the teeth on each side of the false tooth, thereby bridging them together.
Root Canals: A root canal is a procedure where the injured, infected or dead dental pulp (nerve or blood vessels) are removed and cleaned. The canals are then filled and sealed off. The tooth is then restored with a filling, and followed by a crown.
Partial Dentures: These are removable plates or frames holding one or more artificial teeth to help with esthetics or functionality.