As a human being, your smile is an important part of who you are. It not only allows you to express emotions without having to say a word, but it also allows you to eat and speak naturally and exude confidence. If you’ve suffered from tooth decay, gum disease, or traumatic injury and are left with an incomplete smile, you understand the loss is more than just teeth. Thankfully, we live in a great time for dentistry. With advances in modern techniques and technology, we can easily restore and replace teeth and help you get back your smile, and your life.
Gone are the days when having a cavity filled meant a mouth full of metal. Today we use a durable tooth colored resin that blends in seamlessly with your natural teeth.
If you’re experiencing decay or dental caries that requires more than a simple filling to repair, we may recommend an inlay or onlay. Inlays and onlays are more extensive than fillings, but don’t require a full crown.
Our crowns are precision crafted to mimic your natural teeth in form and function. A crown is a tooth shaped cap that can repair a tooth that’s been broken or decayed, and can also be a full fabricated tooth anchored with the help of a dental implant.
If you’re missing one or more teeth with healthy teeth left on either side of the gap, you may be a good candidate for a dental bridge.
If you’re missing most or all of your natural teeth, or are living with dentures that rock and slip, we may be able to help you get back your smile and your life with dentures.
If your mouth has been damaged to the point where you thought it could not be saved, we may be able to help with full mouth reconstruction.
Our CBCT 3-D scanner and CAD/CAM milling machine allow for convenient, precise same-day procedures.
If you’re ready to get back the part of your smile you’ve lost, you’ve come to the right place. If you have any questions about restorative dentistry or would like to schedule an appointment with your Grandview restorative dentist – Dr. Michael Grier at Grinview Smiles – give us a call today at (817) 866-2065.