Factoria Dental Care is committed to offering a full range of dentistry services. Whether you’ve had repairs or need a complete replacement, we recommend continual check-ups to assess your gums and bone density to assess the surrounding areas associated with your implant.
Implants are a great restoration for those missing a single tooth. Once the whole process has been completed, you will have a restoration that basically mimics a real tooth. You’ll be able to brush it and floss it just like your other teeth! It’ll mimic your other teeth so much that people won’t even be able to tell that it’s a fake tooth. The actual implant part is made from milled Titanium which is important because it is very biocompatible. After the initial placement of the implant, it takes some time for the bone to integrate itself into the micro-pores of the Titanium implant. This allows the implant to become part of your body and offer a stable anchor for a beautiful tooth restoration on top.request an appointment
At Factoria Dental Care, we provide implant restoration services when they’re necessary. Our staff knows the signs of implant problems, and we are committed to checking them each time we see you. During visits after having implants put in, we assess your gums, bone density and any part that’s connected to the implant. These checks are in an effort to keep you healthy and catch any problems with the implants.
When you receive implants, we will guide you on how best to take care of them. This will help you minimize problems and be aware if any present themselves. If you think there is an issue with your current implants, please let us know so we can check them.
At Factoria Dental Care, we follow our ethical way of doing business when we approach implant restoration. This means that we put your health and well-being first. We always check your implants after we fit them, and we give you the information you need about your oral health and treatments.request an appointment
In the unfortunate event that you lose one of your permanent teeth, there are a few options that can help you replace that missing tooth. One of the options is a bridge. A bridge is a restoration that consists of a fake tooth that is attached to two crowns that are on the teeth adjacent to the space of the missing tooth. These restorations are fixed in place like normal crowns are, so you don’t have to worry about taking them in and out. Once they are cemented, you can be sure that you have a great looking and functional restoration that will last you many, many years.request an appointment
Inlays and Onlays
Dental inlays and onlays are considered a conservative method of treating damaged teeth. They are used instead of placing a crown. Some dentists even use inlays and onlays to treat tooth decay. Instead of filling in the tooth, your dentist may use dental inlays and onlays.
Dental inlays and onlays are made in a dental lab and then fitted to your tooth. They are then bonded to your tooth.request an appointment
Cracked Tooth Repair
Cracked teeth can cause a variety of symptoms including pain while chewing, temperature sensitivities, and the release of biting pressure. It’s common for pain to come and go, which can make diagnosing the cause difficult.
While you chew, cracked pieces of your tooth move, causing the pulp within the tooth may become irritated. When biting pressure is released, the crack can close quickly resulting in sharp pain. If left untreated, the pulp will eventually become damaged and the tooth will constantly hurt, even when you are not chewing.
There are different types of cracks, and each should be evaluated to prevent tooth loss and infection.