Sometimes even the most stringent oral care routine is not enough to stop tooth decay and cavities. Additionally, if you experience physical injury that leaves your tooth cracked, Webster Dental Associates wants to help you get it back to its original luster. That’s why Dr. Golparvar and his team offer highly advanced dental technology and lifelike ceramic materials to make your smile whole once more. Simply give the practice a call and prevent your tooth from breaking down further!
When a tooth has a cavity, the problem won’t get better on its own. In fact, it will only get larger over time, exposing more of your vulnerable tooth to future decay! With a tooth-colored filling made from composite resin, we can effectively seal your tooth away from bacteria, plaque and tartar, stop the damage from getting worse, and restore your tooth’s fullest function and appearance, all without using silver or amalgam materials along the way.
When a tooth is badly damaged or missing entirely, a great way to effectively restore or replace it is through a series of crowns and bridges. Dental crowns are customized to fit over modified teeth, preventing them from breaking down further. Dental bridges are made up of a series of crowns fused together, then placed on top of neighboring teeth (much like crowns) to fill the gap in your smile. Both provide an effective solution for damaged or missing teeth that lasts for many years and keeps your smile looking natural.
Many dental practices require you to wait at least two weeks before you can receive a permanent dental crown. Not only does this mean you have to bite into gray putty impression material for the dental lab to use, but you have to wear a temporary crown (which could fall out while you wait!) With CEREC, that process is a thing of the past. With our in-house design software and milling machine, you can skip the waiting period, temporary crown, and gooey gray material in exchange for same-day restorations!
Dealing with extensive tooth loss? Whether you are missing several teeth on opposite sides of your mouth or all teeth in the top, bottom or both arches, dentures can help you quickly and affordably restore your smile to the fullest. After creating your customized prosthetic with natural-looking acrylics and ceramics, we’ll make sure that you feel comfortable wearing it and walk you through the process of adjusting to its use over time.