Improve Your Smile With Dental Crowns
If you have a tooth that has become severely decayed, worn, or broken, a dental crown may be the answer. A crown is like a cap that fits over the whole tooth above the gum line and is a common form of dental restoration.
Besides repairing a damaged tooth, a dental crown will align your bite so the upper and lower teeth line up properly when the mouth closes. A healthy bite is an essential component for preventing teeth from wearing down over time.
Crowns are custom-made for you so your teeth are restored to their normal size. To create the crown, we’ll take impressions of the affected tooth, as well as all adjacent teeth, to determine the exact specifications. Using today’s newest technologies for the strongest and most cosmetically appealing result possible.
If you have concerns with one or more of your teeth, contact our office today to see if a crown is right for you.
Restore Damaged Teeth With Dental Bridges
Much like crowns, bridges restore damaged and/or missing teeth by combining them into one restoration that spans the desired number of teeth.
Bridges can add missing teeth and give you additional chewing surface, restore your smile, or create a cosmetic, sturdy solution to multiple dental concerns. Contact the friendly staff at Safari Dental to see if your smile could benefit from a bridge or any of our other advanced cosmetic options.
What are Dentures?
Dentures are an affordable, aesthetic and removable solution for replacing all or some of a person's missing teeth. They are artificial teeth with an acrylic base that fit directly onto the gums. Additionally, dentures are a cost-effective way to replace your missing teeth and improve your quality of life.
Dentures can greatly enhance your smile, while make eating and talking easier. They also support the contours of the face to add definition to the jawline. Partial dentures are usually designed with clasps that hold on to your existing teeth for support while still letting you remove them.
Complete dentures are mainly held in place by suction, which makes them very easy to remove. All removable dentures must be taken out for cleaning and shouldn't be worn at night while sleeping.
Various Denture Options We Provide
If you have teeth that still require removal, Dr. Menser offers you immediate dentures. After extracting the remaining teeth, immediate dentures are fitted and allowed to heal. During the healing process, the bone and gums change shape, so the dentures may need to be relined once or more to ensure proper fit and good suction.
Implant-supported dentures provide more comfort and stability, as well decreased bone loss. Surgically placing the implant into the jawbone with a ball-and-socket connector allows the denture to be securely attached and removed.
Find out if any of our available forms of dentures, or any of our other advanced cosmetic treatment options are right for you and contact our friendly staff to schedule a consultation. Same-day and walk-in appointments are often available as well.