Replace Missing Teeth

Replace Missing Teeth

In recent years, a growing amount of research has found compelling evidence that links an individual’s oral health with his or her overall health. According to researchers, individuals who suffer from dental decay and disease have a significantly higher risk of developing a range of chronic, long-term illnesses that include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, dementia, arthritis, obesity and even some forms of cancer. While more study is needed to fully understand these connections, the evidence that has already been uncovered suggests that protecting our oral health matters more now than ever.

Composite Restorations

Extractions

After administering complete, local anesthesia, Dr. Shoff will remove the tooth as atraumatically as possible. The area will then be cleaned and, if needed, bone grafting and suturing will be done to preserve or improve the bone and quicken healing. Tooth extractions are relatively simple, and Dr. Shoff and his team at Iconic Dental make every effort to ensure your comfort. After the tooth is extracted, Dr. Shoff and will provide specific instructions for post-operative care and any recommendations for the future, including dental implants.

Dental Bridges

Dental Bridges

A fixed dental bridge is a non-removable prosthesis Dr. Shoff will attach to your remaining natural teeth. The false tooth or teeth that make up a dental bridge literally ‘bridge’ the gap between natural teeth. Fixed dental bridges make a great solution for patients who have lost teeth as they make a functional and esthetically pleasing alternative. If your smile is in need of reconstruction, schedule a consultation with Dr. Shoff to see if a dental bridge is right for you.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Essentially, dental implants are artificial roots, and they can support everything from single teeth, bridges, or removable partial or full dentures. They also help maintain bone height. Dental implants fuse with bone and, when restored, provide rock-solid support. Implants last for decades, and are impervious to decay, periodontal disease and hypersensitivity.

Dentures

Dentures

Dentures help restore a smile back to health by replacing the form and function of missing teeth. Whether an injury, gum disease or tooth decay has caused you to lose some or all of your natural teeth, replacing those teeth will greatly benefit your overall appearance and health. That’s because dentures make it easier to do daily activities that many people take for granted, such as speaking, eating, drinking and talking. Partial or full dentures offer a long-lasting solution for repairing the smiles of patients who suffer from missing teeth. Partial dentures help fill in any missing gaps for patients who still have some of their natural teeth, while full dentures help patients with no teeth remaining regain full function.

Implant Supported Dentures

Implant Supported Dentures

Dentures help restore a smile back to health by replacing the form and function of missing teeth. Whether an injury, gum disease or tooth decay has caused you to lose some or all of your natural teeth, replacing those teeth will greatly benefit your overall appearance and health. That’s because dentures make it easier to do daily activities that many people take for granted, such as speaking, eating, drinking and talking. Partial or full dentures offer a long-lasting solution for repairing the smiles of patients who suffer from missing teeth. Partial dentures help fill in any missing gaps for patients who still have some of their natural teeth, while full dentures help patients with no teeth remaining regain full function.

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