For your smile to look, feel and function its best, you need a full set of teeth. Missing or damaged teeth can affect your appearance, impair your ability to speak clearly and even to enjoy your meals. A damaged or incomplete smile can also cause further damage to your remaining teeth and lead to other difficulties with your oral health. If you are tired of hiding your smile, or want to enjoy your favorite foods, then it is time to contact Smile at Coconut Grove at (305) 460-4499. You can make an appointment with our dentists, Dr. Luciana Molinari and associates, to learn more about our restorative dentistry treatments in Coconut Grove, Florida.
Dental implants are one of the most popular ways to replace missing teeth. They look just like your natural teeth and are easy to care for. Dental implants stimulate the growth and strength of your jawbone and help the rest of your mouth to stay healthy. A dental implant can last for years. If cared for properly, it could last for a lifetime. A dental crown can be used to protect a tooth, improve its appearance or even hold a dental bridge in place. If you are ready to improve the appearance and function of your smile, call our office today to set up your consultation.
When you have missing teeth, an alternative solution to dentures is dental implants. While dentures are removable, dental implants provide permanent new teeth to restore your mouth’s function and appearance. Dental implants tend to offer a successful and lasting solution to the loss of some or all of your teeth.
When your teeth are missing, it greatly affects your smile. At the same time, the missing tooth has the potential to negatively affect your oral hygiene because of unprotected gum exposure. Dental bridges are one of many options aimed at improving the appearance and function of your teeth by replacing the missing tooth or teeth. During your exam, we will discuss whether or not dental bridges are right for you.
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.