When it comes to repairing your damaged smile, you deserve the very best. Drawing from years of experience and expertise, Dr. Sean Wilson provides unparalleled restorative care, so you can enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile again.
Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings
Cavities can cause discomfort and pain, leaving you unable to enjoy the foods you love. Not only do our tooth-colored dental fillings blend seamlessly with the rest of your tooth, they can even repair and stop the progression of tooth decay in a single visit.
Tooth-colored bonded fillings offer several advantages beyond their natural appearance, as they are more conservative and can restore a damaged tooth's original strength. And by blending multiple shades, a skilled dentist like Dr. Wilson can even recreate a broken front tooth to the point where the damage is virtually undetectable.
In cases where a tooth is too damaged to be repaired with a filling, we use all-ceramic crowns, which provide a more aesthetically pleasing option than the older metal crowns that often showed a dark line along the gumline, thereby alleviating this issue. As one of the most versatile restorative dental procedures, dental crowns can also be used to protect a tooth after receiving a root canal or to restore a dental implant.
A dental bridge can cover the space left behind by one, or several, missing teeth. It's permanently attached to your teeth on either side of the space, so it won't slide around when you eat or speak. Plus, no one will be able to notice the bridge at all — they’re color-matched to blend perfectly with the rest of your smile.
If you're missing one or all of your natural teeth, dentures are a removable, affordable solution that can complete your smile and restore your confidence. Our dentures are custom-crafted for a comfortable fit and natural look. There are also multiple different options for using implants to support the denture and prevent uncomfortable rocking, slipping, and the need for adhesives. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Wilson to find out if a set of full or partial dentures are the best option for your smile.
Did you know…
Did you know that waiting for a toothache to appear before treating a cavity could cost you ten times more than addressing it early with a simple filling?