Restorative Dentistry in Mt. Laurel, NJ
Your teeth play an important role in eating, speaking, maintaining the alignment of your other teeth, and overall self-confidence. If you have damaged or missing teeth, we can help you get your oral health back on track with restorative dentistry. Our goal is to provide you with personalized treatments that cater to your unique needs and get you back to the smile you know and love.SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT
Traditional dental crowns (also referred to as caps) fit over remnants of an existing tooth that’s been damaged or broken and needs reinforcement. Crowns look and feel just like your natural teeth and therefore fit in seamlessly with your smile. No one will be able to tell that you have a fake tooth, even you! Thanks to CEREC® technology, we’re able to do same-day crowns for an expedited but flawlessly executed tooth restoration that’s quick and stress-free. Additionally, we can take advantage of dental implants to place crowns as well. The process for that is more time-consuming and is often referred out for implant placement but has its own benefits in the long-run. Whatever we decide is right for your smile, know that yours will be back up and running in no time with full functionality and esthetic beauty.Learn More
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures are a great way to bring back your grin. Dentures are gum-colored acrylic bases that have false teeth connected to them. They can complete your smile whether you’re missing all of your teeth in your upper or lower jaw or just a few teeth. Our full and partial dentures preserve the shape of your cheeks and lips, which prevents that sunken look missing teeth can give you. We also offer denture repair if your dentures need to be replaced or relined. Turn back time for your smile with dentures!
Bridges are a great way to close the gap between your natural teeth. There are several different ways to do this. Depending on your smile’s specific needs, our team could place two crowns on both sides of the gap with natural-looking false teeth connected to them or even utilize dental implant technology to place the bridge securely. There are different timelines and benefits involved with each option, but whichever way you go, you can rest assured knowing that your smile will be restored to its former glory.