These types of restorations can help restore function (make you eat better), relieve dental pain, repair or replace damaged teeth, and enhance your smile.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Every attempt is made to restore your natural teeth in a conservative way; however, sometimes teeth need more. In the event of extensive amount of decay or a broken tooth, and crown may be needed. We can fabricate a metal free crown that will reinforce strength and support.
When an implant is not possible, a bridge is a viable option to replace missing teeth. A Bridge connects multiple teeth to replace a missing tooth.
We use BPA-free composite resin materials to make your fillings. This tooth-colored filling material mimics the biology of teeth and provides an esthetic repair. The malleable nature of the resin also allows us to preserve more tooth structure while repairing it, which prolongs the lifespan of the tooth.
If you are looking to replace your defective metal fillings with a more aesthetic and biocompatible alternative we are able to do so in safe manner with intra-oral appliances that will be able to collect the mercury particle before they leave the patient’s mouth and therefore keep you protected
It is the only treatment that is able to replace an entire tooth. It replicates the missing tooth in a functional and esthetic way. Because it recreates a natural tooth it makes it easier for the patient to keep it clean. The Crown of the implant is usually made from 100% Zirconia which is a strong, durable ceramic that looks esthetically pleasing, and can be trusted to last a long time if taken care of well.
Dentures, Overdentures, and Partial Dentures
Custom-made prosthesis to fit your needs. Dentures and Partial Dentures are good options to improve esthetics and function.
An implant supported Overdenture will allow the patient to feel more secure during speech, chewing, and smiling. These also help preserve bone which aids not only in providing a good fit but also esthetically.
While we do our best to save teeth, sometimes the damage is too severe and the tooth/teeth need to be extracted. Dr. Giron has received training to make it the least traumatic possible. Her goal is to preserve as much bone possible and perform socket preservation in order to place a implant if the patient desires in the least amount of time possible.