Aspen Dental implants are the best choice to restore your smile because they look, fit, feel and function like your natural teeth. More importantly, they help keep your mouth healthy for years to come.
Restorative dentistry including crowns & bridges
The placement of dental crowns is a common procedure that helps improve teeth, in both how strong they are and how they look. Crowns are used to restore teeth to their normal shape, size, and function.
X-ray imaging restorations
Your new patient dental exam includes x-rays and/or panoramic radiographs to get a clear look at things you might not see or feel. Your dentist will also examine your teeth, gums, and mouth. It’s all part of seeing the big picture so you get the care you need.
Natural teeth are ideal for biting, chewing, and maintaining mouth and jawbone structure, which is why a dentist’s first priority is to help restore, save, and repair your natural teeth. However, sometimes a tooth extraction is unavoidable. The dentist at the center will make sure you’re comfortable before, during, and after your extraction procedure.
Full dentures are replacement teeth that are fitted into an acrylic base that is crafted to look like your gums. An upper denture features a plate, which covers the roof of your mouth, while the lower denture is horseshoe-shaped and rests securely on the gum and bone tissues.
Most people need at least one tooth filling in their lifetime. Dental filling procedures are most commonly used to treat cavities, but they’re also used to repair cracked or broken teeth, or teeth that have been worn down over time.
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