Restorative Dental Bridges for Niagara Falls Patients
A tooth damaged by trauma or a cavity can do more than just make chewing uncomfortable. Depending on its location, it can have both aesthetic implications and even cause alignment issues with your other teeth. More importantly, if left untreated cavities will lead to painful infections requiring root canal treatment or tooth extraction. If you have cavities or broken teeth, visit Niagara Falls Dental Clinic for restorative services, such as dental bridges. As a Niagara Falls dentist with a passion for cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Olivieri can confidently offer our patients a variety of options to restore their smiles for both beauty and function.
To find out more about your options for restorative dentistry or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Olivieri, call us today .
Customized Solutions Based on Your Needs
When it comes to restorative dentistry, we don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach hence why Dr. Olivieri and his staff treat patients like individuals and evaluate them thoroughly, one person at a time. Once we get a chance to assess your condition, we'll recommend a restorative dentistry solution designed only for you. Since we want you to be comfortable moving forward with treatment, we'll be happy to answer any questions you have along the way.
Depending on your specific situation, you may benefit from:
Periodontal or endodontic therapies
Dental bridges can fill in the gaps where teeth are missing while helping to preserve the structure of your remaining teeth and bite
They can help you eat more comfortably and smile more confidently
When you come to our clinic, you'll benefit from our dedicated staff and gentle, individualized approach to restorative dentistry
Crowns are a long lasting alternative to large fillings that help prevent tooth fracture and return beauty and function to your smile
A dental crown may work to improve your smile while helping to maintain the affected tooth as well as the teeth that surround it
It's time to make an investment in your smile. For more information about our dental crowns or to schedule an appointment, call Niagara Falls Dental Clinic today.
Did You Know?
Caring For Your Crowns
With proper care, a good quality crown could last up to 8 years or longer. It is very important to floss in the area of the crown to avoid collection of debris around the restoration or excess plaque.